community service
Posted by chris a peterson (+38) 9 years ago
I am lookinng for ways I can volunteer in my community. I would love to see everybodys ideas. PLEASE DO NOT use this chain to critisize sny post within this chain. Miles City has always had good people here. RALLY??
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Posted by Betty Vail (+45) 9 years ago
Soup Kitchen
Holy Rosary Healthcare
Custer County Art & Heritage Center
Food Bank

These are a few of the organizations that could use a helping hand.
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Posted by chris a peterson (+38) 9 years ago
love this start!! Thank you. I absolutely know nothing about what i am doing (for those of you who know me well and are about to comment-shut up....lol). Do I just go and speak to someone there or are there contacts or ...
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Posted by Matt - Schmitz (+168) 9 years ago
I've been told that the soup kitchen and the food bank are especially "feel good" places to help out. But pick your pleasure and go do your thing. Good on ya buddy.
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Posted by Betty Vail (+45) 9 years ago
Stop by the Soup Kitchen (the door is open from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. M-F)
Food Bank (Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday) See Lynne
HRH - Jessica Klupiers in Volunteer Services (down the hall toward the clinic from the lobby)
Art Center - Sandy

If you have more questions feel free to contact me at the RSVP office 234-0505.
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Posted by Sunny (+380) 9 years ago
Salvation Army is pleading for bell ringers. Call 951-2977.
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Posted by Best Beginnings (+37) 9 years ago
Chris - Grounds For Change is a local non-profit organization working on many initiatives to better serve children and families in our community. Would be great to visit with you. If you are interested, you can give us a call at: 874-3377
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Posted by chris a peterson (+38) 9 years ago
love this start!! Thank you. I absolutely know nothing about what i am doing. i remember first feeling this when i was younger. its that humble thing so important for me to keep a handle on.

[This message has been edited by chris a peterson (12/6/2012)]
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Posted by Mrs. M (+712) 9 years ago
St.Vincent de Paul, pricers and cashiers. Talk to Mike. The money made helps many local charities and individuals. Usually a morning of afternoon shift. HRH is great also!
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+11808) 9 years ago
Range Riders and/or Range Riders Reps. Not many meetings and help preserve and protect our local history. Plus free admission to the museum for members!
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Posted by Ag (+58) 9 years ago
The VA
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