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• Volunteer Connections provides opportunities through the Human Services Council.

For information on the following and other opportunities, call 360-735-3683.

ACE/REACH is looking for a canine-citizen trainer to work with low-income residents and their dogs to become good citizens. Data entry help is also needed, using.

Kaiser Permanente—Continuing Care Services Hospice seeks volunteers to support patients and their families, at home or in facilities. Volunteers may also work from an office, making calls to patients’ homes and providing a voice of compassion.

Lifeline Connections is looking for help answering phones, tracking messages, filing and doing light computer work. Various shifts are available Monday through Friday.

NatureScaping of SW Washington seeks garden helpers on Tuesdays and Saturdays at the Wildlife Botanical Garden.

North County Food Bank seeks volunteers to stock, sort and inspect food donations, prepare client food boxes, unload deliveries, prepare receipts and assist clients.

Open House Ministries is looking for customer service volunteer help at its Second Hand Solutions Thrift Store and coffee shop.

• Camas Public Library is seeking volunteers, 13 years or older, to assist with participants in its Summer Reading Program, four hours per week, June 7 through Aug. 16. Applications are due by June 2. Contact Ellen Miles, Youth Services librarian, at emiles@cityofcamas.us or 360-834-4692 ext. 4703.

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