FRI, SEPT 30, 5:45-8:30 BURBANK FALL SOCIAL. Help with pizza, water, monitoring, helping the flow Sign up by Thursday, Sept. 29.
SAT, OCT 1, 8:00-10:15 AM & 12-2:15PM: CAR WASH FOR BREAST CANCER at Belmont Car Wash (next to Star Market on Trapelo Road). Dry cars during these shifts and raise money for the BHS Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Team.
SUN, OCT 2, MAKING STRIDES BREAST CANCER WALK: WALK WITH BELMONTIAN! (meet at Alewife early—by 7:15AM) Sign up by Thursday, Sept. 29. Pick up field trip form.
MONDAYS, S.P.O.R.T.: Dance, beginning Oct. 3, 2 classes from 6-8PM. Belmont’s special needs recreation program. Help the students learn to dance. Sign up with Rec Dept 617-993-2670 or Sue Weiner 617-943-4214
WED, OCT. 5, COLLEGE FAIR, in the Field House. Sign ups on Ms. Ross’s door for the following shifts: 12:40-1:30, 5:30-6:30, 6:30-7:30, 7:30-8:30, 8:30-9:30
MON, OCT. 10, 8:30AM-1PM (Columbus Day—no school) BELMONT SERVES. A day of service; meet at St. Joseph Parish Hall (Common & School Streets) & sign up online: www.belmontserves.org) Various projects.
THURS, OCT 13, 2:30-6PM SCIENCE MEET. Help with pizza, directions, etc. See Ms. Williams (Science) to sign up.
SAT, OCT 22, 9-1, BELMONT DEPT. of PUBLIC WORKS RECYCLE DAY, Town Yard, Belmont. Help Belmont residents with their recycling. Sign up.
SAT., OCT 22, 2-5, CONNECTING WITH BELMONT. An afternoon of service & ice cream. Come to the café at 2PM, go out on a service project with members of different grades. Sign up.
TUTORING Resources: Sign up to tutor or mentor at any level
JUNIOR OR SENIOR GIRLS TO HELP NINA: walk around track, library, errands. Nina is legally blind and partially deaf. Car access ideal! Sign up.
TIME GIRLS SWIM TEAM meets—1 ½ -2 hour meets. Contact Coach Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org
FOUNDATION FOR BELMONT EDUCATION HELP:
Journalism/Marketing Writers –students to cover FBE & FBE-sponsored events and write articles for a variety of media outlets, including websites and print publications.
Video Creation – Seeking students interested in creating short (3 minute) films about the FBE, the FBE’s impact in the community, and children whose school lives have been impacted by the FBE.
Graphic Design & Marketing Material Creation – Seeking students interested in creating on-line and print collateral for the FBE, including: event logos, posters, brochures, and other material.
Some of these would be sporadic needs and others would be year-long projects. Let me know if you are interested.
CAMPAIGN FOR ANY CANDIDATE:
(Democrat) Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine : email@example.com
(Republican) Donald Trump/Mike Pence, Tomi Olson: Belmontrtc@yahoo.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
(Libertarian) Gary Johnson/Bill Weld; General volunteering: Daniel Fishman: email@example.com & Daniel.firstname.lastname@example.org (copy both). To volunteer for internet electronics, contact George Phillies: Phillies@4liberty.net
(Green Rainbow): Jill Stein/Ajamu Baraka; Danny Factor: email@example.com or 978-935-5788
DRUMLIN FARM: (in Lincoln, same commuter rail as Belmont) . Contact Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-259-2205 for both events below.
TH & FRI, OCT. 27&28 “Tales of the Night” at Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm, 5 :30-9:30. One or both evenings! Assist staff with admissions, parking detail, face painting, serving hot c cider/cookies, and be a character on the Nursery Rhyme Trail or a ghoul on the Haunted Hayride – screaming required! Costumes provided.. Sign up for one or both evenings. Optional volunteer /staff dinner before the event
FRI, NOV. 25,“Giving Thanks for Nature and the Senses” at Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm (Lincoln): Morning & afternoon shifts.Volunteer for this family event held the day after Thanksgiving. Volunteers will lead children’s arts and crafts projects and assist various artists with their performances and activities. Friday, November 25. Morning and afternoon volunteer sessions available. This opportunity is available for high school and college students and adults. Contact Pam at email@example.com or 781-259-2205.