For the last 52 years, the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society has sought to preserve the cultural treasures of the County by maintaining the historic Benson-Hammond House in Linthicum and the Kuethe Historical and Genealogical Research Center in Glen Burnie. Students interested in pursuing a course of studies in museum or library sciences will obtain valuable experience by working with others trained in those fields.
High School age (or older) volunteers are needed to guide visitors through the Benson-Hammond House and interpret the collection of 19th century truck farming and household implements. The House is open on Saturdays from 11am to 3pm and Sundays from 12 noon to 3pm from March through November. Volunteers are asked to commit to one shift per month.
The Kuethe Historical and Genealogical Research Library holds literally thousands of books, documents, maps, photographs and other records of Anne Arundel County history. Volunteers are needed to help catalog and digitize collections, assist visitors with their research and accession new donations. The library is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10am to 4pm and volunteers are asked to commit to one 6-hour shift per month.
Other opportunities are available to help in special events or to contribute to our quarterly publication, History Notes. If you are interested, please contact Becky Morris at email@example.com.
Tennis Alliance of Anne Arundel County
The Tennis Alliance of AACo is a nonprofit community tennis organization accredited with the AACo Department of Recreation and Parks and the USTA (United States Tennis Association). The Tennis Alliance promotes tennis as a lifetime sport for health and well-being for all county residents. It is working in a public/private relationship with the County to develop the Tennis Center at Millersville Park.
College students and high school students age 15 or older are needed as volunteers to assist with our "Rally the Family" program in the public parks that introduce tennis to diverse populations. Our children’s programs include lessons on sportsmanship, hard work and healthy habits; our adult programs provide information on healthy lifestyles and family nutrition. Volunteers work closely with children ages 10 and under and their parents to teach the basics of tennis through a team and games-oriented structure. The goal is for fun, fitness, and friendship through tennis -- all with the gift of learning a "sport for life" that can be played at the local parks.
No tennis experience or skills are required or necessary. Leadership opportunities are available for those who complete an on line course and workshop. Spring and Summer volunteer opportunities begin March 22, 2017 for International Fitness day and weekends in April for Healthy Anne Arundel Month.
For more information or to join our volunteer team, please contact Louise Thomas at lthomas@TennisAllianceAAC.org or 410-956-2857. Website: www.TennisAllianceAAC.org.
Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks
Support Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks and Recreation Deeds for Special Needs by volunteering during the 2017 Move More Race Series. Volunteers help register runners, hand out race day packets, act as course monitors, and provide finish and start support and hand out awards to finishers. This is a great opportunity to volunteer as a group and with your friends.
Mark your calendar and tell a friend!
The events for 2017 include:
- April 1: Rec Deeds Challenge Run 5K and Family Fun Walk at Downs Park, Pasadena
- June 3: Take to the Trails 7K at Recreation & Parks Headquarters, Annapolis
- July 29: Hop(e) Skip and Jump 5K and Family Fun Walk at Kinder Farm Park, Millersville
- September 24: Rec Deeds TriChallenge Sprint Triathlon at Fort Smallwood Park, Pasadena
- October 28: Bark 'N Dash 5K and Family Dog Walk at Quiet Waters Park, Annapolis
- November 25: Jug Bay Post Turkey Trail 5K at Glendening Preserve at Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary, Lothian
Summer Youth Volunteer Program is for youth who have completed 6th grade through high school. There are four unique programs that emphasize team work, compassion, environmental stewardship, community service, employment skills, and volunteerism. Opportunities range from participating in park conservation efforts to assisting staff in Summer Fun Centers and Quiet Waters Day Camp to supporting the Adaptive Camp at Mayo Beach. Specific program details and qualifications are available on the Anne Arundel County Web Site. Applications must be received by 4:30 PM May 5, 2017. Final decisions for all slots will be made by May 9, 2017. Acceptance in the program is not guaranteed. This is a highly competitive volunteer program where applications and interviews will be ranked. Those applicants who demonstrate maturity and responsibility during the process will receive invitations to volunteer. Please pay close attention to the deadlines outlined in this application packet and check your emails often for updates. If accepted, you will be part of an ever growing group of youth who are making real changes throughout Anne Arundel County and beyond!
Moveable Feast home delivers medically tailored meals at no cost to those living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, and other life threatening illnesses. We believe that Food is Medicine and that no one should be alone. Individuals or groups are needed in the kitchen 7 days a week; M-F between 8:00am and 3:00pm and, in addition, Th from 5:30pm-8:00pm; plus, Sa/Su 9:00am-1:00pm. To work in the kitchen you must be at least 14 years of age. Other opportunities such as office assistants, delivery drivers, special events assistants, and gardeners are available as well. To learn more information, see www.mfeast.org or contact Volunteer Services Manager, Angie Elliott, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-327-3420 ext. 31.
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