The college is preparing a book of prayers for use by Carroll faculty, staff, students, and alumni. It is the first one to be produced since 2005. As a part of the process we are soliciting recommendations for prayers to be included in the book. If there is a prayer that you would like to be considered for inclusion in the book, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our goal is to provide prayers that capture the depth and breadth of our life as a community, Catholic and non-Catholic. If there is an author for your prayer, please include that author’s name for us.
Then we would love to not only welcome you to attend Genocide Remembrance Day next Wednesday the 23rd at 7 PM, but more encourage you to become involved through Image theater.
Tonight is the last chance to become involved in Genocide Remembrance Day's Image Theater. A meeting and practice will be held tonight (4/15) from 8:00-9:00 PM to enact the still images and practice the show. No experience is necessary, just and ability to strike poses and a want for a better tomorrow.
If you are interested we'll see you tonight at 8:00 PM in the Sister Annette Moran Room.
Eagle's Manor Retirement Center is in need of several girls who would be able and willing to cut and style hair as well as visit with the seniors at the center. There is no official time set as Eagle Manor can work around your schedule. If interested please contact Bobbie Sue Carothers by email email@example.com or by phone (406) 442-0610.
The Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming have recently expressed an interest in wanting to begin an elementary and middle school Girl Scout program within the Helena area. Volunteer scout leaders would lead girls in lunch time and after school programs. If interested please contact Kande Yeager by phone (1-800-736-5243) or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requirements: Every person that volunteers with Girl Scouts will need to become a registered adult. The cost to do so is $15.00 and will cover the registered adult until September 31.
This is the 4th year and our push is to grow the number of volunteers year over year (we have been successful by adding at least 2 each year) thus, improving our impact on the idea of "Clean Today - Cleaner Tomorrow".
You also get a free hot breakfast and, a free steak dinner at 5PM that afternoon. Jack Oberweiser's band, Triple Cross is playing again at the outdoor picnic outside the CUBE area. THose interested, it would also be great if you can provide rides for the students who do not have vehicles as we pick 4 sites off campus.
Saturday - May 3rd
9 am - Hot Breakfast, Tshirts, supplies and site assignments
9:40 am - Group Photo
By 9:50 Head to site
Clean until Noon - Our Truck picks up all the bagged trash and hauls it back to campus for the final photo shoot.
Usually done by 1 PM
Back to campus for the outdoor event with the band - and this is where you get to select your steak and cook it the way you like it. There is also a buffet for all the rest.
If interested please contact Linda Bahr at email@example.com.
The Options Women's Clinic fundraising banquet, is scheduled for May 1, 2014 is in need of 15 volunteers to set up for the event from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Set up would involve helping put out 600 place settings and arranging the table numbers. Even if people can only come for an hour it would be helpful! The banquet is taking place at the Civic Center.
Anyone interested can contact firstname.lastname@example.org!
Applications are now available for Global Youth Connect’s October 2014 Human Rights in the USA Program in New York City.
Young leaders can apply for a chance to learn about, and act upon, human rights issues both in the U.S. as well as in post-genocide countries such as Rwanda, Bosnia, and Cambodia.
The age range for the Visiting NYC Participants is 18 - 30 (Deadline: May 15).
For more information and to download the visiting participant application page please visit http://www.globalyouthconnect.org/participate . The application for the October event is located near the bottom of the page.