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Valleyfest – Volunteers are needed to help plan and work the event, and a volunteer coordinator is needed to help organize volunteers. Event is Friday and next Saturday at Mirabeau Park in Spokane Valley. Call Peggy at 922-3299.

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

Center Pointe – Volunteer instructors needed Monday-Friday for arts and crafts, dance and games. Experience not required. Call 325-5451.

Second Harvest Inland Northwest – The REALTORS Food Drive at area Albertsons stores needs volunteers to hand out fliers and collect donations from customers. Call 534-6678, ext. 219 to sign up.

Spokane County Juvenile Court – Have a positive impact on your community’s youth through mentoring or tutoring a juvenile on probation. Call Heather at 477-4761, or e-mail hstiles@spokanecounty.org for an application.

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 dwells@gssacpreventioncenter.com.

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