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The following nonprofit organizations need volunteer help. If you’re interested, please contact them directly:

Medical Reserve Corps of North Idaho: Volunteers, both medical professionals and nonmedical support, are needed for activation for public health emergencies. They are also needed for nonemergency situations. The Corps serves the five northern Idaho counties of the Panhandle Health District. Call Kerren, (208) 415-5185.

CDA4Kids (Community Development Affiliates): Volunteers of all ages are needed for tutorials, services and other activities this summer and after school this fall at Borah and Hayden elementary schools. Summer programs run July 5-Aug. 11. James Curb, 664-5844.

Birthright: Volunteers are needed three hours a week to help women worried about their pregnancies. Training provided. Dorothy, 765-4516.

Panhandle Health District, Senior Companion: Volunteers are needed for a minimum of 15 hours/week to help seniors unable to drive or who need companionship in their homes. Some compensation provided. Terri, 664-8544.

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