The Handyman Connection
Retired…..got some time to share? A new community service group, The Handyman Connection, is looking for volunteers willing to lend a hand with “handyman” projects for families and individuals in need in the Columbus Community.
Labor provided by volunteers, materials and parts will be purchased by the home owner. The homeowner must be available to help with the project (in whatever capacity they are able) to encourage “buy-in”.
Expert handyman skills not required, just a passion for helping others. This is a great way for you to share your skills, learn new skills and make new friends.
To learn more contact Ed Niespodziani 379-4073 (home) or 812-552-3343 (cell), email@example.com.
Needed to help assemble the newsletter for mailing. This is a great way to get connected and meet new people. Refreshments provided. We begin at 8:30 am and usually finish at 11 am. Come for an hour or stay the whole morning. We appreciate the help!!
Friendly people needed to make someone’s day by delivering a warm meal and a SMILE! Once a week, once a month . . . Or when you are available.
Happy Helping Hands
Thursday mornings each week at 9:00am in the Arts Room. Make handmade Puppy Pillows and Pal Dolls for hospitalized children. You do not need to know how to sew. Donations of new, cotton blend fabric needed. Leader: Willie Field (812) 525-1533.
Golden K Kiwanis
They meet every Monday from 10:00-11:00am. Serving the children of the world! Changing the world one community and one child at a time. Visitors are welcome. President: Larry Lewis, 812-526-8676.
Shopping Trip to Walmart
The Mill Race Center van takes seniors grocery shopping to Walmart (Eastside) every Thursday morning. Our van driver can assist with carrying groceries. Minimum of 3 passengers required. A donation of $1/passenger is appreciated. To schedule a pick-up, call Mill Race Center (376-9241) the day before.
Wheel Chair Medical Transportation is also provided, if schedules permit and only in Bartholomew County. Requests should be made by calling Mill Race Center at least 1 week in advance. Contact Roberta Isaacson at 812-376-9241 if you are needing wheel chair transportation.
Do you enjoy working with children and volunteering in a way that will impact their lives for years to come? Book Buddies allows you to work one-on-one with struggling readers in second and third grades. Volunteers spend one hour a week to read with two children. Book Buddies meets four days a week in all twelve public elementary schools in the county. A short one-hour training session is required. Training is taking place now. To sign-up call 812-376-4461 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.