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Please contact LIteracy Volunteer Program Coordinator, Charlie Oliver at our office, 229-333-7515 or Debbie Altobello at 333-0086 x 23(library) for more information.

Location : Jac's Lane
Contact : Debbie Altobello 229-333-0086


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Tutors are available at Allen Statenville library, 123 Highway 129 South, Statenville, to help your child with his/her homework. Call 229-559-8182.


The American Red Cross is suffering a critical shortage in type O blood at this time. With the summer, more people on our roads for vacation and activities, means less donors and as a result less blood. Along the same line, with more people on our roads the risk for accidents is higher. Please make a point to come by and donate so we have a safe and adequate blood supply should you or someone you know need the gift of life.

 

Robbin Miller
Donor Recruitment Representative
American Red Cross Blood Services
2517 Bemiss Rd.
Valdosta, GA 31602
229.241.1141 ext.223
229.889.9000 ext.23
1.800.755.5325


LEARNING IN RETIREMENT meets at Valdosta State University Continuing Education Building (across from the Crescent).
Seniors 50 years and older are welcome to participate. There are 71 available courses - no tests - no homework - only fun. Courses include computer instruction, history, water and chair aerobics, trips to Moody Air Force Base, visits to the Traffic Center and much more. Cost is $45.00 per term no matter how many classes are taken.
Call Suzanne or Merry Jo at 229-245-6484 for a brochure or visit the Continuing Education Bldg. (old Georgia Power Bldg.) or visit the web site http://www.valdosta.edu/ and go to LIR page for further information.


Regularly Scheduled 12 Step Groups

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meets at 7:30 PM Sundays and Wednesdays at Miller Lakeland Library, 124 South Valdosta Road. The meeting is open to the public. For more information, call 229-482-2904. AA, 5:30 meeting only, now meets Monday thru Friday, at First Baptist Church (corner of Toombs Street and Central Avenue) in building across the street from the office on Toombs Street. Call 229-245-7516 or 229-244-0070.

Young Adults AA, Valdosta area meets Mondays at 8:00 PM at Messiah Lutheran Church, 500 Baytree Road. Call 229-245-0426.

Young People’s Group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets at Mondays at 8:00 PM and Fridays at 10:00 PM, 117 North Patterson Street (just a few doors down from Hildegard’s coffee shop). These meetings are open AA meetings, but are also meant to attract young people who have developed a problem with alcohol a little sooner than others. Call 229-834-or 247-7601.

Al-Anon, a support group for family and friends of alcoholics, meets at 7:30 PM Mondays, Southland Church, 2206 East Hill Avenue. Contact phone 229-245-8188.

Valdosta Al-Anon, a support group for family and friends of alcoholics, meets at 12:00 Noon Mondays, 5:30 PM Tuesdays and 5:30 PM Thursdays at First Christian Church, 1905 North Patterson Street. For information, call 229-244-5014 or 229-247-0764.

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meets at 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM every Monday, Tuesday , Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 203 Central Avenue. Friday’s meeting is at the same place, but 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM.
NA meets at the Boy Scout building at the corner of Central and Toombs 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM, every Wednesday. Call 229-247-0971.


Community Friends for International Students

Help give each new VSU international student a friend in the Valdosta community…become a resource for the student and help the student in times of homesickness and cultural adjustment. A Community Friend also provides the student an opportunity to share his/her culture. The Friend can be an individual or an entire family. By inviting an international student to dinner, taking her to the mall, or participating in other such social activities, a Community Friend helps an international student feel welcome and helps compensate for the separation from friends and family. This is a unique opportunity to learn about another culture and make a difference in the life of an international student. For more information, contact Irina McClellan, International Student Advisor, 229-333-7410


A Divorce and Dating Support Group, sponsored by Positive Christian Singles, provides free support and education for all who are separated, divorced, widowed, never married, or have had a broken relationship. It meets every Sunday at 3pm at the Valdosta Library on Woodrow Wilson Drive. For more information, see our Newsletter or contact Idelle Dear at 229-242-3797 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Valdosta State University Alzheimer's Day Care program has openings available for anyone with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or dementia. The program, which is free of charge, has the goal of preventing isolation by providing daily activities in a home-like environment for Alzheimer and dementia patients. There is a support group for the caregivers on the third Wednesday of every month. Volunteers are always needed. Call 229-244-3044 for more information.


Odyssey of Valdosta

Odyssey HealthCare is a national hospice provider and we are in need of caring and compassionate people to become Hospice Volunteers. Give some of yourself to help brighten the life of another person. Ways to volunteer with a hospice patient; Provide caregiver relief, send cards, write a letter, bake cookies and meals, offer friendly visits and smiles, provide office/administrative support, lending a listening ear.
Odyssey Mission is, "To serve all people during the end of life's journey.”

For more information on how to become a hospice volunteer contact: Rena Eason, Volunteer Coordinator @ 229-249-8687


SCOPE (School College Outreach Program of Enrichment) is an educational outreach program of Valdosta State University Continuing Education. The SCOPE programs provide enrichment opportunities for children grades 1-8.

Each 3 week session will provide 6 hours of age-appropriate activities
in a fun and safe learning environment. SCOPE will operate in two separate sessions:
Session 1 (3 Saturdays, Feb. 4-18) 10:00 AM-12 NOON
Session 2 (3 Saturdays, Feb 25-March 11) 10:00 AM-12 NOON

Additional information can be obtained by calling the Continuing Education office at 229-245-6484, or by visiting our website at:
http://www.valdosta.edu/conted (click on SCOPE).

Don't miss this exciting year of SCOPE. Register early! Classes are filled on a first-come first-served basis and may fill up quickly.


Volunteers are needed to provide assistance for our victims of crime in Lowndes County. Volunteers will assist the District Attorney’s (DA) Office by educating the public about victim’s rights, attending court proceedings with victims, and providing clerical assistance to the DA’s office. The DA’s Office handles sensitive information regarding crimes and victimization; therefore issues of confidentiality are vital. To learn more about volunteering, please call Paula Johns, Victim Service Director, at (229) 244-7170.



The Migrant Farmworkers’ Clinic needs food goods (rice, beans, tuna etc.) and medium or small men's clothing and men's shoes sizes 7-8. Call Julisa Clapp 229-460-1031 or 229-559-9933 for directions or to arrange food pick-ups. She is at the clinic from 2-10 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays.



Grief Following Suicide, a special support group sponsored by Hospice of South Georgia, 205 Woodrow Wilson Drive. Because suicide is like no other death, the grief following this loss may also feel different. Hospice of South Georgia is sponsoring a bereavement discussion/educational support group for families and friends who are suicide survivors. Contact Connie Register, 229-249-4100, for information.



Tutoring One on One: Literacy Volunteer program consists of adult tutors who donate their time to help other adults learn how to read. Anyone who wants to learn more about LVP, call 333-5496


Volunteer Opportunities

Do you have a talent that you would like to share? The Girl Scouts of Southwest Georgia would like to invite volunteers to participate in troop leadership, public relations, event coordination, or service unit management. Training is provided. Time dedication depends on position selected. Here is your chance to put in a great day's work helping others! For more information call Sherri Girard at 229-242-5213.


Habitat - It's not just for weekend's anymore! We need your help Tuesday - Friday as we prepare for Saturday. Whether you're looking for love, fun, or want to feel useful you are welcome to join us on the jobsite or in our ReStore. To volunteer call 245-1330 ext. 27 and ask for Christine Nash, Volunteer Coordinator.Click here for more information.


New website with resources and support for parents with children with disabilities http://www.parenttoparentofga.org/roadmap/


Valdosta's Big Brothers Big Sisters may be looking for you!
If you have EVER been involved with a Big Brothers Big Sisters organization and are in the Valdosta area give the local office a call at 229.253.8851. You don't want to miss the BIG Magic planned for 2005!


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