Community Service Opportunities
Incredible Years Dinners Volunteers Needed
Incredible Years Dinner
eb 15 - June 7
at Tower Street
Set up, serving, clean up for small parent-child dinner
Contact Mrs. Joan Serra at 401-255-6467 or at email@example.com
Alley Katz Bowling Alley-After School Elementary Program
Program: Westerly Recreation Department “After School Bowling” program
Location: Alley Katz Bowling Center, 116 Granite St. Westerly, RI
Contact Persons: Anne DiOrio; Westerly Recreation Department 401-348-2597.
Wood Foss; Alley Katz Bowling Center 401-596-7474
Times: 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
When: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and/or Thursdays starting January 31st-April 13th
Number of Volunterr Students Needed: 10-15 per session
Description of Service: Monitor physical activities of groups of 6 elementary age children 6-11 years of age. Be in close physical location of the assigned students (bowling area of two lanes). Learn computer inputs to assist children in entering their names. Assist in preparing child to bowl. Assist in the well being of each child’s experience by providing a comfortable and safe interaction with the assigned children. Be alert to and report Bowling Center Staff and Westerly Recreation Department Staff in unsafe or difficult behavior by any child.
Denison Pequotsepos/Coogan Farm Nature & Heritage Center
DPNC has an afterschool program at Coogan Farm and we are looking for an active volunteer each day (preferably a person to commit to a day of the week) to help the educator with the program, serving as an extra pair of eyes and hands. As an Education Assistant, you will help the lead educator overseeing the students as they learn farm skills, make art outdoors, play music in the woods, and enjoy other nature inspired activities. To sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org
At Coogan Farm in Mystic Monday – Wednesday thru May 2017 3 to 6 p.m.
Research for Community Mural Project
Attention students seeking community service hours: How would you like to receive community service hours using the academic skills you’ve learned in school? The Bricks and Murals committee is bringing artists to Westerly and Pawcatuck to create paintings that celebrate the unique history of our community. In total, 15 walls maximum will be included in this project that takes place for 3 days in September 2017. The committee would like to communicate the history of the buildings that are being used for the project. They would like interested students to research the history of the 15 buildings and develop a short narrative for each. If you are interested, please contact Mr. Lementowicz in W231 or email email@example.com as soon as possible.
Johnnycake Center of Westerly RI – has many jobs and hours available to suit your needs. Call the volunteer coordinator at 377.8069 to sign up. Students needed on
State Street School PTO Meeting Childcare
State Street School PTO is looking for volunteers to supervise children during the PTO Meeting on from For more information email angelafairy
A minimum of 30 hours of community service is required by graduation. Complete the form and return it to your dean of students, who approves and tracks hours performed. Listen to announcements and read bulletins for opportunities to volunteer. Search #whsgivesback on Twitter
Westerly Health Center
Gerry McVeigh from the Westerly Health Center called and they are looking for volunteer opportunities available for students who need community service hours. She can be reached at 401-348-0020.
Central Baptist Church
Central Baptist Church looking for students who may need community service. They are in need of child care from 9 A.M. to 12 P.M. on Sundays at the church,. Please contact Deborah Plante at 860-599-9088 if you are interested.
Springbrook Elementary School
Springbrook Elementary School is looking for seniors to get involved in assisting and organizing after school opportunities for their K-4 students. Seniors would be asked to provide help during homework for a half hour and then create and organize an enrichment opportunity for the last half hour. The enrichment opportunity should be organized under a certain theme, for example, karate, legos, jewelry making, etc.
Please let me know if you’re interested. Students need to commit to the program, be reliable, and professional.
See Mrs. Murphy
Mr. Ken Burton Sr., who is the flag coordinator for Westerly is looking for responsible high school volunteers to help him place flags throughout the community during important times of the year. He sometimes works out of the Armory.
401-348-8274 cell and email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s what the Armory can offer students.
Garden clean-out and trimming
Re-organization of decorations in the Armory’s cellar storage area
Organization of kitchen supplies
Adding book entries in Excel for the Armory’s library of military and local books
Cutting & pasting news articles for the Armory’s scrapbook collection
General cleaning (dusting, vacuuming)
Work on the capital campaign (being run to raise funds to renovate the lower level)
Assisting with museum displays (including dressing mannequins)
2. Tours (no charge) of the Armory building, its 3 museum rooms, & the Westerly Band’s home
3. Presentations (no charge) on the following subjects: the Westerly Armory; the 18 historic armories of Rhode Island; firsts, bests, & unique of Rhode Island, our native language, and a number of other topics (can be presented at Armory or at school)
I would be delighted to talk to you or any member of your staff about the possibilities. The Armory offers much to its community and very much welcomes young people. I am a graduate of WHS (our 50-year reunion is in October) and now teach (44 years) at CCRI in Warwick. It is my belief that the Armory is there to add richness to the lives of people in Westerly.
Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to hearing from you (my home phone in Warwick is 401-738-3844 and my personal email is email@example.com).