The Casserole Kitchen serves free meals to anyone in need from 6-6:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Fellowship Hall (ground floor) of First Presbyterian Church. Lunch is served on Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. at the Episcopal Church. Call 662-312-2175.
◆ Tutoring — New Century Mentoring & Tutoring Summer Program, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m.-6 p.m. For students pre-K through sixth grade. For more information, call 662-418 3930.
◆ Volunteer Starkville— Volunteer Starkville can help anyone find volunteer opportunities that match their interests and can assist organizations in their volunteer recruitment efforts at no cost. Contact VS today by phone (662) 268-2865 or email at [email protected]unteerstarkville.org, and visit the VS website at www.volunteerstarkville.org.
◆ Volunteer with Gentiva Hospice—Gentiva Hospice is looking for dynamic volunteers to join our team. Volunteers can donate as little as one hour per week or much more. Also, we are looking for Veteran volunteers for our “We Honor Veterans” program. Contact Angie Ruth at 662-615-1519 or Angella. [email protected]tiva.com
◆ Disaster Action Team—American Red Cross is seeking volunteers to join the Disaster Action Teams (DAT) to respond to disasters. Training is required and provided by American Red Cross. Interested volunteers may contact Nicholas Garbacz at 842-6101 or nicholas. gar[email protected]cross.org.
◆ Crisis line volunteer— Contact Helpline seeks volunteers to take phone line shifts in four- to eight-hour segments answering the Crisis lines. Volunteers must attend a comprehensive crisis training class. For more information, contact Kat Speed at 327-2968 or contact[email protected]bleone.net.
◆ Food and clothing ministry—The Rock Hill United Methodist Church will hold a free clothing and canned food ministry from 8-11 a.m. each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. For more information, call Donna Poe at 323-8871 or Pastor Jerome Wilson at 312-2935.
◆ NAACP Youth Meeting—The NAACP Youth Council will meet every second Thursday at the Court House at 6 p.m., along with the Oktibbeha County NAACP meeting. For more information call Youth Advisory Shavell Rice at 418-7132.
◆ Childbirth Classes— Emerson Family Resource Center offers free childbirth classes each Tuesday in February, June and October. Call Emerson at 662-320-4607 to register.
◆ OSERVS—CPR/AED certification classes will be held the third Tuesday of every month, starting at 5:30 p.m. in the OSERVS board room. Classes will accomidate a maximum of 8 students. All must pre-register by calling 662-384-2200. The cost in $25, and located at 501 Highway 12 West.