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Corbin Senior Center – A receptionist is needed for four hours a week. Must be friendly and willing to assist people over age 50. Call Christa at 327-1584.

Friends of the Centennial Trail – Volunteer help is needed for a cycling event to celebrate the opening of the Monroe Street Bridge Sept. 19, and Trailfest at Mirabeau Meadows on Sept. 25. Call 624-7188, or e-mail

Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest – Volunteers are needed as an Access data programmer, a clerical/administrative assistant, special-events planner, a computer assistant, youth mentors, child care, and for corporate or group projects. Call Diane at 838-4246, or e-mail

Greater Spokane Substance Abuse Council’s Prevention Center – The center is looking for people willing to share personal stories about how they have been affected by an impaired driver. Call Dean at 922-8383 or e-mail

Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration Spokane – Volunteers are needed to become mentors to guide youths transferring to parole from juvenile justice institutions. Must be 21 years old, a good listener, nonjudgmental and open-minded. Training will be provided. Call Joshua at 363-4674, or e-mail

KSPS Public TV/Friends of 7 – Volunteers from businesses, groups or organizations are needed to answer phones and take pledge information during membership campaigns. Call Shawn at 354-7724 or e-mail

Spokane Tax-Aide, Washington – A volunteer district coordinator is needed to implement AARP/IRS free income tax counseling programs from September through May. The volunteer will recruit, appoint, train, supervise and evaluate coordinators and instructors. Call Lee at 536-0573 or e-mail

Women’s and Children’s Free Restaurant – Volunteers are needed to pick up donations, kitchen prep work, assisting with inventory, grant writing, lunch servers and clean-up, and other responsibilities. Call Terry at 324-1995, or e-mail

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