June Volunteer Opportunities
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Happy Trails 5K Fun Night Run: Program Assistants Needed (VTP please check your schedule)
June 10th: 8pm to 11pm volunteer shift (Time of Event: 9:30 – 11pm)
Wildwood Preserve Metropark
Volunteers are able to help with registration, water stops and with refreshments. Come and experience the park after dark and cheer on the runners and walkers as they set the night aglow. Glow sticks available for volunteers too! Volunteers will meet Ruth on the Front Lawn, in front of the Manor House. Give Trish a call or sign up on line.

Singletrack Bike Trail Workdays
Every Wed (4-7pm), Sat (9am-noon), and Sun (1-4pm)
Oak Openings Preserve Metropark
Build the park district’s first singletrack mountain bike trail; activities include clearing brush, moving dirt, and light construction.
Age 12+; must be accompanied by an adult if under 18.

Stewardship Workdays
June 3, 9am-noon
Blue Creek Conservation Area
Removing invasive species and restoring native habitat
Age 12+; must be accompanied by an adult if under 18.

Additionally we are seeking …
Garden Keepers at the following park locations:
Pearson, Middlegrounds, Oak Openings, Farnsworth/Providence, Belt Property
Help care for landscape beds by weeding, watering, mulching and pruning. Training is provided and scheduling is very flexible. Contact Lori Miller at Lori.miller@metroparkstoledo.com for more information.

Outdoor Skills Specialists
Do you canoe, kayak or shoot a bow? Would you like to share your enthusiasm for the outdoors with others? This group of volunteers helps our Outdoor Skills Department with outdoor adventures. Contact Lori Miller at Lori.miller@metroparkstoledo.com for more information. Volunteers are needed to assist with archery, canoeing, fire building and shelter building.

Catholic Charities

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Catholic Charities makes real the love that God has for each individual person regardless of their faith or background by serving the poor, speaking for and assisting the neglected and forgotten, respecting and promoting life from beginning to end and nurturing and supporting individuals and families.

We ask that all volunteers please be on time and prompt. If you are a first time volunteer, you will be asked to complete a few forms for documentation purposes.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Dan Stephens Volunteer Coordinator at 419-244-6711 ext. 231 or email dstephens@toledodiocese.org

Please help us bring Christ to the World!!!


Labre (pronounced labra) is a program named after St. Benedict Joseph Labre, Patron of the homeless, and is an outreach to the hungry. Each Monday, students and moderators from St. Ursula and St. John's meet to put together simple meals.

After a short prayer service, they load into vans and head into the city. Food is distributed, fellowship is encouraged, and stories are shared. Rain or shine, balmy or frigid, Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve and every other old ordinary Monday. This is a tremendous commitment and one you can easily support! E-mail Mr. Dubielak to get the permission slip which needs to be on-file before you can go.

Students wishing to volunteer click here:


Parent/family involvement:

Every Monday we serve 6-8 casseroles (preferably homemade) to our "guests" at our 2 current stops. The people we serve love, but rarely get, homemade food, so they consider this a real treat. If you like to cook and think this is a possibility for you, please consider joining Labre in this way. Here's what you would need to do:

Sign up to provide a casserole on any Monday that is convenient for you. Use this link to signup: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0e4faeae2ea46-ca...

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