The Morning Call (Sunday)


- Go to www.volunteerl­v. org for a larger listing of volunteer opportunit­ies or contact them at 610-8070336, vc@volunteerl­ for informatio­n.

The Great Allentown Fair is coming up and Civic Theatre of Allentown would like to utilize community members to help fundraise by directing people where to park their cars. Shifts are only two hours long, noon to 8:30 p.m., Aug. 30 through Sept. 4. Minimum age 16 or 13 with adult. Contact Anthony Rizzudo, 610-4328943, adminasst@civictheat­

Celebratin­g 43 years, Museum of Indian Culture invites you to participat­e in Pennsylvan­ia’s oldest Native American Indian festival.

The Roasting Ears of Corn festival is Aug. 19 and 20, with many areas of need including food stand, parking lot attendant, children’s activity area, kitchen food prep helpers and clean-up staff. Four-hour shifts. Minimum age 16 with adult. Event break down is Aug. 20-22. Contact Pat Rivera, 610-797-2121, info@museumofin­diancultur­

Trinity Kitchen at New Bethany Ministries serves a nutritious hot meal each weekday afternoon.

Meals are prepared and served by volunteer teams from local businesses, faith organizati­ons, community groups, or school groups. Each day, up to 100 people join us for our meal services. Cook/cleanup 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Contact Tim Burke, 610-691-5602, ext. 206, tburke@newbethany­

The Century Cafe & Gift Shoppe at Phoebe Allentown Health Care Center is the fun, social place to be.

Help guests and employees with their purchases and general cleanup of crumbs and/or small coffee spills on the counter as needed. Help of any duration two hours or longer is gratefully accepted, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. TB testing, background check, and proof of initial COVID vaccinatio­ns required. Contact Dorothy Vanderdrif­t, 610- 794-5226, dvanderdri­

Assist in lobbies, inpatient nursing, emergency department, OR waiting rooms and more

by spending time socializin­g, providing comfort items and helping staff with various supportive duties at all Lehigh Valley locations for St. Luke’s University Health Network, where volunteers are greatly appreciate­d members of the team. Join the program today by calling 484-5264600.

The Easton Urban Farm serves disadvanta­ged neighborho­ods throughout the city by supplying food pantries with fresh, organicall­y grown produce in the summer season.

Volunteers need to commit to a three-hour shift on the farm once a week starting Aug. 15 through September to harvest produce 8-11 a.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, or Saturdays. Minimum age 15 with adult. Contact The Easton Neighborho­od Center, Brenda Havens, 219-7425489,

The Whitehall Historical Preservati­on Society needs volunteers to assist with the Fall Flea Market on Sept. 9, rain

date Sept. 10, between the hours of 6 a.m. and 2 p.m. Help is needed with parking, setting up, cleaning up, food stand, assisting vendors and other areas as needed. Contact Alice Lieberman, 610-776-7280,

Strong volunteers needed to help unload the truck from Sam’s Club

from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at The Whole Life Center in Easton. Weigh each box, put food in freezers or fridges, then reload the remaining boxes back onto the truck for delivery to other pantries and shelters. No community service hours. Contact Donna Lavin, 610-417-2067, donna@wholelifec­

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