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Clothe-A-Child Program – A partnership between J.C. Penney and the Salvation Army to provide a winter clothing shopping spree for needy children. Volunteers are needed to help children ages 6-12, shop for warm winter clothing during the event. Contact Christy Markham at 329-2732 for more information.

East Central Community Organization Annual Holiday Christmas Dinner – needs volunteers to set-up and cleanup. For more information, contact Daun Douglas at 625-6699.

Christmas Bureau – Sponsored by Catholic Charities, Volunteers of America, The Spokesman-Review and the Salvation Army, needs play-area attendants. Contact Christy Markham at 329-2732 for more information.

Spokane County Juvenile Court Mentoring Program – is looking for volunteers to act as positive role models for juvenile offenders within the court system by offering friendship, support and encouragement. For more information, contact Susan Cairy at 477-2469.

Spokane Tax-Aide – is looking for a volunteer district coordinator to implement the American Association of Retired Persons Internal Revenue Service free income tax counseling program plans from September through May in the Spokane area. Job duties include recruiting, appointing, training, supervising, and evaluating local site coordinators, instructors, communication coordinators and technology coordinators. Applicants must have or gain knowledge of all procedures associated with the Tax-Aide program; familiarity with tax procedures is helpful but not required. Contact Leigh Hales at 536-0573 for more information.

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