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Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin proclaimed Saturday, September 29, 2012 as the Governor’s Day to Serve—a day dedicated to strengthening local communities through volunteer service. Community organizations, faith-based organizations, civic and humanitarian groups along with governmental agencies are encouraged to participate in the day of service. To have your opportunity added to this list, click here.

http://www.daytoserve.org/westvirginia.html

Click on the map to view opportunities in your area, or browse opportunities below.

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Barbour

  1. Alderson-Broaddus College
    September 29
    9 AM
    Student volunteers will be painting the City Hall railings, painting the curbs, weeding the flower beds, and picking up trash.
    Sarah Geist
    geistsj@ab.edu
    www.ab.edu

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Winding Lane Road / 5251
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    HILL & VALLEY CONSTRUCTION CO / 3286
    CR-39/1
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Mitch & Dolores Slay / 2956
    CR-10/7
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    PHILIPPI BAPTIST CHURCH / 2858
    RT-119
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    STRINGTOWN CHURCH MEMBERS / 1787
    CR-48
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Phillipi Elementary School
    Sept. 29, 9 a.m.
    Students, parents, teachers, and volunteers will help school up the school grounds.
    304-457-4229




Berkeley

  1. Food collection for CCAP/Loaves and Fishes Martinsburg, WV
    Mill Creek Ward - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
    Date of Event - 22-29 September 2012
    All day 29 September 2012
    kemer.joe@gmail.com
    https://secure.lds.org/units/home/1,9781,600-1-7-372005,00.html

  2. (Collection of Donations) for CCAP/Loaves and Fishes food bank.
    200 S. Queen Street, Martinsburg, WV
    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and other faithbased Churches in Berkeley County, WV.
    Date of Event: 9/22/12 - 9/29/12
    9:00 AM
    LDS Church distribution of 10,000 doorknob hangers requesting donations of food from residents in Berkeley County, one week before the collection of food donations on September 29, 2012, for the Day to Serve Project. Goal of 50,000 pounds of food for local food bank. Martinsburg, WRNR radio station is supporting the event and will be broadcasting throughout the day (9 AM until 2 PM) encouraging drive-by food donations, to be picked up by "Helping Hands" volunteers waiting at the curb at the CCAP location on S. Queen Street.
    304-263-7870, Cell: 304-676-2518
    scottish_roy@yahoo.com

  3. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and other faith-based organizations in Berkeley County, WV
    4803 Gerrardstown Rd Inwood
    9/29/12
    9:00 AM to Noon
    Food donations will be collected in the Food Lion parking lot for the CCAP/Loaves and Fishes food bank.
    kemer.joe@gmail.com
    http://ccapwinc.org/CCAP/Welcome.html

  4. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and other faith-based organizations in Berkeley County, WV
    796 Foxcroft Avenue Martinsburg
    9/29/12
    9:00 AM to Noon
    Food donations will be collected in the Buffalo Wild Wings parking lot for the CCAP/Loaves and Fishes food bank.
    kemer.joe@gmail.com
    http://ccapwinc.org/CCAP/Welcome.html

  5. CCAP/Loaves and Fishes (Food pantry)
    336 S Queen Street, Martinsburg
    Sept 22 & 29
    All Day on Sept 22 and then 9am-3pm on Sept 29
    On 22nd, deliver door hangars, then 29, pick up food and deliver to CCAP (9am- 3pm)
    Roy Young, 304-676-2518,
    scottish_roy@yahoo.com
    https://www.facebook.com/MartinsburgStakeMormons

  6. Telamon(Food pantry)
    433 Mid-Atlantic Pkwy, Martinsburg
    Sept 22 & 29
    All Day on Sept 22 and then 9am-3pm on Sept 29
    On 22nd, deliver door hangars, then 29, pick up food and deliver to CCAP
    Roy Young, 304-676-2518,
    scottish_roy@yahoo.com
    https://www.facebook.com/MartinsburgStakeMormons

  7. Micah's backpack program
    Partnering with Hagerstown Church of the Brethren, 15 S Mulberry Street, Hagerstown MD 21740
    Sept 22 & 29
    Ongoing, September - May (two wards will rotate responsibility once a month beginning in September)
    Gather donations and fill backpacks for identified children at Ruth Ann Monroe Elementary
    Dadra Call, 240-329-4568
    dadracall@hotmail.com
    https://www.facebook.com/MartinsburgStakeMormons

  8. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  9. “Clean-Up the Piney Ridge Trail” at Cacapon Resort State Park
    Join park naturalist Renee Fincham to help clean up Cacapon’s self-guided trail, Piney Ridge. Volunteers are needed to help trim back limbs and briars and move other obstructions such as down trees and branches along the trail. Meet at the lodge at 9:00 a.m. "Wear sturdy shoes, bring work gloves and appropriate clothing" says Fincham. "This is one the more popular trails visitors walk at Cacapon and I welcome the maintenance assistance." Contact Renee.M.Fincham@wv.gov or call 304) 258-1022 x 5209 to register and volunteer.
    Sissie.A. Summers@wv.gov

  10. Blue Ridge Community and Technical College (drop boxes at both campuses)
    13650 Apple Harvest Drive, Martinsburg
    September 24-29
    Drop boxes available all week
    This event is a coat drive donation the week of September 24-29. Drop boxes will be available at both Blue Ridge campuses. This will also kick off Blue Ridge's new monthly day of service called "Blue Ridge Pride Clean Up Days."
    Sara Balog
    sbalog@blueridgectc.edu
    www.blueridgectc.edu

  11. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BLAIRTON HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION / 2504
    Moody Rd/Rt. 38
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  12. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    MARTINSBURG SQ CIVIL AIR PATROL / 3177
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov


  13. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    PIERCES, THE / 4818
    CR-/24
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov


  14. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Poor House Road Folks / 2233
    CR-45/8
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  15. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    STARS Program with DJS / 5760
    CR-10
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  16. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Variform / 5991
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  17. Burke Street Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.


Boone

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    GREENVIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST / 2981
    CR-17
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Sherman Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

Braxton

  1. Mountaineer Food Bank
    484 Enterprise Drive, Gassaway
    September 24-27 and September 29
    9:00-4:00 Each Day
    We need volunteers to help sort and package donated foods into boxes that will be distributed to food pantries in West Virginia.
    304-364-5518
    volunteer@mountaineerfoodbank.com
    www.mountaineerfoodbank.org

  2. Make It Shine/WE READ Central WV Literacy Coalition/Birch Watershed Group
    Herold, WV - Scenic Birch River
    Sept. 29
    9am
    From exit I-57, go 1/4 mile on Rt. 19, take right onto Herold Road, 6 miles straight to Herold. There will be a clean up starting at Johnson's Campground to the Gentry Home. Flowers planted at scenic Birch River sign. 10-20 volunteers needed. Bags, vests, plants will be supplied, but feel free to contribute anything that you feel would aid the project. Children may participate.
    Sandra Gibson
    304-765-2441
    sandralgibson@gmail.com

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    HENRY Y HALL / 2343
    CR-13/9
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Davis Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  5. Sutton Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  6. Braxton County High School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

 

Brooke

  1. Bethany College, a West Virginia Campus Compact member
    Bethany College
    1 Main Street Bethany
    Bethany College, West Virginia Campus Compact member, partnering with Relay for Life
    September 28th
    Friday afternoon
    There is a Relay for Life fundraiser on campus on October 12-13. To help get the campus in the spirit of this event, we are planning a campus 'treasure hunt' competition for the afternoon of Friday, September 28th. Student teams will visit participating campus offices to hunt for items to include in a gift basket. The teams will supply the basket. They will use the items collected, or others that they purchase, to develop a theme basket. Baskets will be assembled over the weekend and turned into the Service Learning Center on Monday, October 1. They will then be displayed in the campus restaurant, The Beanery. Students will vote for a winning basket by putting loose change in boxes supplied for this effort. The change will be donated to Relay for Life. The designers of the three winning baskets will win a gas/gift card or may donate the equivalent funds to the Relay. All of the baskets will be auctioned off during the Relay event. We think this is a great way to build community support for this important cause.
    Amy Van Horn
    avanhorn@bethanywv.edu
    www.bethanywv.edu

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    WELLSBURG LIONS CLUB / 1037
    RT-2
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. RSVP After School Program
    Follansbee, WV (Community Garden)
    September 29, 2012
    2:00 pm
    The volunteers will plow and clean up the garden, possibly plant new seeds and donate ripe veggies and fruit from the Garden to a local Senior Community.
    304.527.3410
    talward@rsvpwv.org
    www.rsvpwv.org

 

Cabell

  1. The Wild Ramp - A Local Food Market
    210 11th Street, Shop #13
    Huntington, WV 25701
    September 26 -29, 2012
    11am - 7pm Wednesday - Friday; 10am - 4pm Saturday
    The Wild Ramp is a non-profit organization whose mission is to operate a year-round community-supported market that provides a viable economic outlet for local food producers while providing consumers access to locally grown agricultural products. The market is staffed entirely by volunteers. Come and help us make healthy, fresh food available to residents of the Tri-State!
    The Wild Ramp - (304) 523-7267 (RAMP)
    Gail Patton - (304) 412-3171
    info@wildramp.org
    www.wildramp.com

  2. Christian Motorcycle Association & Marshall Medical Outreach
    Sept. 22
    Provide hot breakfast, hygeine packs, and clothing, free medical assessment, treatment and or referral along with OTC meds. Adult socks and undies, and OTC pain relievers and cold meds are needed.
    304-634-7574
    missybrowning1869@yahoo.com


  3. Huntington Area Food Bank - September Hunger Action Month
    Sept. 29
    10am-3pm
    Volunteer Day - Food Repacking
    # Volunteers Needed: 2-5
    Wear clean, cool clothing and close toe shoes.
    304-523-6029
    scott@hafb.org

  4. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  5. Communities Helping Communities
    3603 Piedmont Road, Huntington
    Sept 11 - Sept. 28.
    Each site will be collecting items for the Ronald McDonald House in Huntington. Items will be collected at sites and delivered by members on Sept. 27 or 28. Items needed: frozen meals, tv dinners, pizza, pizza rolls, pot pies, corn dogs, butter, snack foods, ground beef, hot dogs, soup, ravioli, spaghetti, microwave popcorn, gift certificates for walmart, kmart, etc.; copy paper 8.5x11, stamps, batteries AA & D; combs, toothbrushes, shaving cream, razors, deoderant, laundry detergent, fabric softener sheets, umbrellas, detergent for dishwasher, flashlights
    Judy Kachelreis
    304-429-6167
    jkach1@aol.com

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BSA TROOP 762 / 2970
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Bill and Sally Johnson / 5731
    CR-10/5
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    HUNTINGTON WORK RELEASE CENTER #2 / 2897
    RT-60
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  9. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    PEACEFUL VALLEY FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH / 5650
    CR-2
    Sept. 27
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  10. Family Fun Kickoff/Education Matters
    Sept. 29, 3:15-5pm
    Enslow Middle School
    Provide parents and middle schoolers with a welcoming and informative back to school environment. Need 5 volunteers.
    Sara Blevins
    304-523-8929 x4
    sara.blevins@unitedwayrivercities.org

  11. Marshall University
    Buskirk Field
    September 29
    10 AM-2 PM
    This event will be a 6 on 6 flag football game at Buskirk Field on Marshall University's campus. The winning team will receive a prize basket and a trophy. Each team will pay 15 dollars to participate which equals 105 meals to the community. All the money received will go to the Huntington Area Food Bank. The week before, September 24th to the 28th, we will be collecting food to be donated to the food bank in the Memorial Student Center.
    Scott Fasure
    scott@hafb.org or appell1@marshall.edu
    www.marshall.edu


  12. Habit for Humanity Project
    Governor’s Office Staff
    September 29, 2012
    Staff from Governor Tomblin’s Office will assist in building a house in Huntington.
    Chelsea Ruby
    (304) 558-2000
    www.governor.wv.gov

  13. Milton Baptist Church youth and ladies group, the Girl Scouts, and the Boy Scouts
    Wednesday, September 26th at 6:30 p.m
    Visit to Midland Meadows Senior Living in Ona
    Please meet at Midland Meadows at 6:30pm. While visiting, we will be handing out cards and boxes of tissues to the residents. Please consider attending this event with us and if able, donating at least one box of tissues. There are 68 patients. We would love to have you join us.

    ECCHO is in need of peanut butter – a HUGE pantry staple.

    The City Mission has several needs currently:
    - sheet sets, preferably twin
    - mattresses. preferably twin. Will take box springs as well as rails, but at the very least mattresses (please no stains)
    - pots & pans
    - cribs and crib mattresses and crib sheets - currently they only have 8 cribs but have had 12 babies.
    - Canned Meats
    - Plastic bottles of Jelly
    - Canned Meats
    - Individual Juices
    - Ravioli
    - Soups
    - Cheese and Crackers

    * NOTE: No Peanuts or Peanut Products (Due to Allergies)

    Milton Baptist Church Backpack Program:
    Non-perishable food items are needed for the back pack children for the 2012 and 2013 school year. The food items needed are individual packages: mac and cheese, cheese and crackers, fruit cups, ravioli, pudding cups, soups, pop tarts, individual juice boxes, jelly in plastic containers, single serving size cereal and canned meat (tuna, ham, meat spread.). PLEASE – No peanuts or peanut products due to children with peanut allergies.
    Are you a frequent traveler? Please consider saving & donating the hotel soap, shampoo, and lotion for Milton Baptist Church’s Back Pack Kids program. More than 200,000 children in WV qualify for free or reduced price meals through the National School Lunch Program, the fuel that they need to get them through the week. What happens to these children when they go home over the weekend? During the school-year Milton Baptist Church is filling their backpacks with single serving ready to eat mini-meals and snacks to help them through the weekend. MBC is now adding toiletries to their backpacks and are collecting sample sized items as well as regular size.

    Hat and glove collection for ECCHO & homeless street ministry
    With cold weather approaching, there are many children and adults in need of new and gently-loved hats and gloves to help keep them warm. If you have an extra pair, please consider donating to this mission project.

    Blanket and Coat Collection for ECCHO & homeless street ministry
    There is a need for new and gently-loved coats and blankets with the cold weather. If you have an extra blanket or a coat that doesn't quite fit from last year, please consider donating to this mission.

    Keep it Brief--Just One Pair!
    What are you thankful for? The food that you eat? Clothes that keep you warm? Have you ever stopped and thought ‘I’m thankful for my underwear’? You would be surprised how many children there are that do not have their basic needs met like having clean underwear. Adults are also in need of this basic clothing item. Please consider donating a package of underwear for local children and adults in need in our area.


    Socks for Soldiers: Thinking of a way you can say Thank You to the men and women on the battlefield in Iraq and Afghanistan? How about tube socks. That is right, they need the simple things, the things that we all take for granted. A soldier’s typical gear weighs about 90lbs that he might have to carry for days at a time. Being constantly on the go, there isn’t always time or extra water available to wash out the socks plus being in remote locations there isn’t access to a store to purchase more. Help send our troops a message from home – they are appreciated. This is one way we can help make a real difference in the life of a soldier. The socks will be added to Missy’s Christmas Care packages that ship in November.


    National Make A Difference Day
    Make a Difference Day is the nation’s largest day of volunteering. The MBC AWANA, Boy Scouts, and Girl Scouts will co-host Trunk or Treat. The event will invite our local Pre-K and Elementary students to participate on Sunday, October 28th. Please consider helping by donating items for each trunk. Items needed are individual packages of animal crackers, Oreo’s, Goldfish, Whale crackers, Lego Gummies, Marshmallow's, M&M’s, Hershey Kisses, Pretzels, Starbursts & Candy Apple Suckers. Perhaps your organization would like to participate in the event as well.


    Operation Christmas Child is a unique project that brings joy and hope to children in desperate situations around the world through gift-filled shoe boxes. It provides an opportunity for people of all ages to be involved in a simple but hands-on project that has the power to transform children’s lives. The shoe boxes don’t just offer physical items to make life better for children. The gifts also present an opportunity to learn about the Gospel through “The Greatest Gift of All” booklet, which explains the story of Christ and salvation through Him.
    How can you help? A suggestion list of items to fill your box is below.


    TOYS: small cars, balls, dolls, stuffed animals, kazoos, harmonicas, yo-yos, jump ropes, small Etch A Sketch, toys that light up or make noise (with extra batteries), Slinky®, etc.

    SCHOOL SUPPLIES: pens, pencils and sharpener, crayons or markers, stamps and ink pad sets, writing pads or paper, solar calculators, coloring and picture books, etc.

    HYGIENE ITEMS: toothbrush, toothpaste, mild bar soap (in a plastic bag), comb, washcloth, etc.

    OTHER: Hard candy and lollipops (please double bag all candy), mints, gum, T-shirts, socks, ball caps;
    sunglasses, hair clips, toy jewelry, watches, flashlights (with extra batteries)

    A PERSONAL NOTE
    In a separate envelope, you may enclose a note to the child and a photo of yourself or your family.
    (If you include your name and address, the child may write back.)

    Do not include: Used or damaged items; war-related items Such as toy guns, knives or military figures; chocolate or
    food; liquids or lotions; medications or vitamins; breakable items such as snow globes or glass containers; aerosol cans

    Operation Shoe Box Soldier
    Operation Shoebox was founded in 2003 to send support over to our men and women deployed outside of the USA to help raise their morale and let them know they are cared about. We accomplish our mission with care packages, letters, and bulk shipping of items that can be beneficial to them during their deployment. MBC is adopting a soldier with the support of the youth and the Wednesday Night Ladies Bible Study group. Our goal is to mail one card a week and once a month mail a package to our soldier. If you would like to contribute to the project there are several suggested items to sponsor and would love to include cards from you.





Calhoun

  1. Calhoun County Middle/High School
    50 Underwood Circle, Mount Zion
    Calhoun County Middle/High School
    Friday September 27, 2012
    8am
    Thank you letters to those who work hard for our students
    304-354-6148 ext 17
    nkirby@access.k12.wv.us

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Mt. Zion United Methodist Church / 5257
    Calhoun Highway/RT-16
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

Clay

  1. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    HALLBURG BAPTIST CHURCH / 4459
    BALLENGEE RD
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    FOLA BAPTIST CHURCH WOMEN'S MISSION / 3257
    PAINT CRK RD/CR-24/1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    LAUREL CRK RESIDENTS / 4507
    HIVELY RIDGE RD/CR-36/2
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Peoples Community Church / 5424
    CR-50
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Prestera Center / 5624
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Clay Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  8. H E White Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  9. Big Otter Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  10. Clay County Middle School
    419 Church Street
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.
    304-587-2343

 

Doddridge

  1. The Backpack Project/Doddridge county Schools
    Sept. 29 we'll start our food drive but you can volunteer all year if you like!
    Provide food over the weekend to needy children. Monetary donations can be made to Doddridge County Schools Backpack Project. On the 29th, we're trying to secure the needed food donations. Children may participate.
    tbee@access.k12.wv.us

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    CENTRAL STATION FULL GOSPEL CHURCH / 4687
    CR-11
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    The Greenhalghs / 10313
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    WARNER, JOHN AND JOANN / 1833
    RT-18
    Sept. 27
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

Fayette

  1. Bridgemont Community and Technical College, a West Virginia Campus Compact member
    Bridgemont Community and Technical College, for the American Red Cross
    Davis Hall Lobby, 619 Second Avenue Montgomery, WV 25136
    September 26
    9 AM-3 PM
    This blood drive with provide resources to the American Red Cross.
    Jeanne Smith
    jsmith@bridgemont.edu
    www.bridgemont.edu

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    FAMILIES OF SANGER ROAD / 3341
    CR-19/5
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    WELCH FAMILY, THE / 5107
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Welch Family / 2710422
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    MILL CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH / 4794
    CR-5/2
    October 3
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. American Red Cross Blood Drive
    Sunday Road Baptist Church
    Hico, WV
    Sept. 25
    12 – 6pm
    Scott.Hill2@redcross.org

  7. American Red Cross Blood Drive
    Bridgemont
    Montgomery, WV
    Sept. 26
    12 – 6pm
    Scott.Hill2@redcross.org

  8. American Red Cross Blood Drive
    WV Institute of Technology (on the bus)
    Montgomery, WV
    Sept. 27
    10–4pm
    Scott.Hill2@redcross.org

  9. New River Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

 

Gilmer

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Rush Run CEOS / 1326
    Russet Road/CR-7
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    GLENVILLE LIONS CLUB / 4584
    HENRY SCHOOL RD/RT-46
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HARMONY #68 / 3176
    SINKING SPRINGS RD
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

 

Grant

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    DORCAS RURITAN CLUB #1 / 1256
    RT-9
    Oct. 1
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Dorcas CEOS / 5459
    Coopers Crk Rd/CR-9/5
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Lockie Farm and Friends / 4876
    SR-42
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    MT STORM LIONS CLUB / 923
    RT-50
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    LANDES RURITAN CLUB / 493
    RT-220
    Sept. 24
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    TOWN & COUNTRY CEOS / 5136
    Sept. 25
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

 

Greenbrier

  1. Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity
    43 East Main St, White Sulphur Springs, WV
    Saturday, September 29
    9am to 4pm
    Help build or repair a home for a family in Greenbrier County! All ages welcome. No construction experience required.
    304-647-3342
    volunteer@almostheavenhabitat.org
    almostheavenhabitat.org

  2. West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medical School
    September 29th
    7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
    Community Health Awareness Day
    (with free health screenings)
    Over 200 West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medical students, under the supervision of qualified physicians, will provide free health screenings to members of the community. All participants can receive free vision, hearing, body mass index (BMI), blood pressure and dental screenings. In compliance with national health guidelines, individuals may also be eligible for blood sugar and cholesterol screenings. Men may be eligible for rectal and prostate screenings. Women may be eligible for breast, pelvic and pap smear screenings. A limited number of free mammograms will be available via Bonnie’s Bus, West Virginia’s mobile mammography unit for breast cancer screening.
    The event is being sponsored by the Student Government Association at WVSOM. If you would like to include how to schedule an appointment for a screening, that information can be found below. To schedule a screening, call 304-647-6245. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.
    304-647-6436
    Dr. Andrea Nazar (Project Director)
    anazar@osteo.wvsom.edu
    www.wvsom.edu

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    VON DER HEYDT, KEVIN & SAMANTHA / 4671
    ERBACON RD/RT-36
    October 6
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    MT VERNON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH / 3246
    RT-58
    Oct. 2
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    HIGH COUNTRY GARDEN CLUB #1 / 682
    CORLISS RD
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Highland Springs Homeowners Asn / 5582
    CR-33
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    OLD WHITE GARDEN CLUB / 1105
    RT-36
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Smoot Ruritan Club / 2710504
    Smoot, Grassy Meadows, and Dawson Roads/CR 25, 27
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  9. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    GREEN VALLEY EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS / 519
    RT-17
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  10. American Red Cross Blood Drive
    Greenbrier West High School
    Charmco, WV
    Sept. 28
    8:30–2:30pm
    Scott.Hill2@redcross.org

  11. American Red Cross Blood Drive
    Lewisburg United Methodist Church
    Lewisburg, WV
    Oct. 1
    12-6pm
    Scott.Hill2@redcross.org

Hampshire

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BLOOMERY HOMEMAKERS CLUB / 403
    GARRETS FORK OF BIG CREEK/RT-127
    Sept. 25
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    John W Reid-Rosa M Reid / 5386
    Glen Rogers-Glen Fork Ravencliff Rd/CR-14
    Sept. 25
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    SPRINGFIELD RURITAN CLUB / 707
    RT-1
    Sept. 25
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Eversole Family IMO Robert Eversole / 5976
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    RIO-DELRAY RURITAN CLUB #1 / 2903
    WVRT-29
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Hampshire Co. Probation-Community Service / 5447
    AUDRA RD/CR-50/8
    Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    OAKES, HOWARD & NATALIE / 5135
    Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    SLANESVILLE RURITAN CLUB #1 / 1927
    RT-3
    Sept. 27
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  9. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    SLANESVILLE RURITAN CLUB #2 / 2277
    RT-29
    Sept. 27
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  10. Slanesville Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

 

Hancock

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    The Robinsons / 10
    Hardens run, Frankfurt , and Carson
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    City of Chester / 2710292
    Route 2 and Route 30
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    NEW CUMBERLAND LIONS CLUB / 3180
    LEON CAREY RD/ RT-8
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Laurel Trail Hike-and-Pick at Tomlinson Run State Park
    Assistant Superintendent Jesse Mestrovic will lead a hike promoting outdoor health. Mestrovic is an avid outdoor recreation individual concentrating on kayaking, hiking and the recent installation of disc golf at Tomlinson Run. The Laurel Trail Hike is moderate terrain and the hike begins at10:00 a.m. on September 29 and will last round two hours.
    304-558-2764
    Sissie.A. Summers@wv.gov

 

Hardy

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Beta Nu Lambda Chapter Phi Theta Kappa / 5578
    Mission Rd
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BAKER RURITAN CLUB / 822
    CR-259/55
    Saturday, Sept. 25
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    JENKINS CHAPEL UNITED METH CHURCH #1 / 4461
    WILSONBURG RD/ CR-12/2
    Oct. 2
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    JENKINS CHAPEL UNITED METH CHURCH #2 / 4460
    CR-18/1
    Oct. 2
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    WARDENSVILLE LIONS CLUB / 2460
    SMITH CRK RD/CR-5/1
    Oct. 6
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

 

Harrison

  1. Rail Trail Spruce Up
    City of Shinnston
    40 Main Street, Shinnston, WV 26431
    9/29 - 9am-noon
    Take Rt. 19 to Shinnston. Trail head is located across from Rite Aid. Mulching, cleaning up flower beds, planting, litter pick up, trail maintenance. Unlimited volunteers needed! Wear suitable clothing for walking and working around brush.
    Emma Clarke
    304-592-5631
    business@shinnstonwv.com

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BIG ISAAC U METH CHURCH / 2814
    RT-25
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    SALEM CHURCH OF CHRIST / 1660
    KANAWHA ST/RT-23
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    CLAYTON FAMILY / 5112
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    GLADWELL ENTERPRISES, INC / 1671
    PARK & FOREST RDS/CR-19/75
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    HARRISON COUNTY SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY / 5200
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Mt Clare Mountaineers 4-H Club / 1484
    CR-20/13
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    SARDIS BAPTIST CHURCH / 4749
    ELK RIVER RD/ CR-7
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  9. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Sons of the American Legion Post #68 / 5001
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  10. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    West Milford Lions Club / 10219
    Rosemar Road/RT-19
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  11. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    clarksburg lions club / 10
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  12. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Bridgeport Lions Club / 2710502
    Rt. 131
    Oct. 6
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  13. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Clarksburg Kiwanis Club / 613
    RT-19
    Oct. 6
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  14. North View Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  15. Nutter Fort Intermediate School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  16. United Technical Center
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  17. Lumberport Middle School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  18. Nutter Fort Primary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  19. Washington Irving Middle School
    443 Lee Ave. Clarksburg
    September 25-26
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.
    304-624-3271
    mlmartin@access.k12.wv.us
    wtucker@access.k12.wv.us

  20. A Child’s Place CASA, Ltd.
    9/29/2012
    10am-8pm
    9/30/2012
    Noon-5pm
    We will be setting up a booth at the Fall River Fest in New Cumberland WV to sell items, host a duck pond for kids and educate people about our mission of advocating for abused and neglected children.
    304 737-4444
    childsplacecasa@comcast.net




 

Jackson

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    EMMA CHAPEL CHURCH / 299
    WV 34
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    IMO JOHN O RHODES #2 / 4435
    MIDWAY ACRES/CR-15/10
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    IMO JOHN O. RHODES #1 / 4434
    BIBBEE RD/ CR-15/4
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    JACKSON CO OPTIMIST CLUB / 3384
    GREENBAG RD/US-33
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    JOE'S RUN CRUSADER'S 4-H / 2458
    CARPENTERS AV/ CR-14
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    LIBERTY LIONS CLUB / 171
    RT-34
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    DeFEO Family Vineyard and Winery / 10036
    CR-7/3
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    DeFeo Family Vineyard and Winery / 6253
    Cedar Lake Dr/CR-7/4
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  9. Cottageville Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  10. Evans Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  11. Kenna Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  12. Henry J. Kaiser Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  13. Ravenswood Grade School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  14. Ripley Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  15. Jackson County Armed Forces Reserve Center~
    Millwood
    Jackson General Hospital and Friends & Family of Gavin Morris
    Saturday, September 29, 2012
    10am-4pm
    Fundraiser for 3-year-old boy with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma
    304-373-1578
    rdavis@jacksongeneral.com
    gavinmorrisfund.com

 

Jefferson

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    AVON BEND OWNER'S ASN / 3154
    CR-25/5
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Abelow Farms HOA / 5547
    CR-1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Creller Crew / 2710193
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov


  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    ISLAND GREEN FARM / 3119
    MACCORKLE AV/CR-17/1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Jefferson High School Cougar JROTC / 5596
    CR-17
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    SHEPHERDSTOWN KIWANIS CLUB / 870
    RT-480
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    SYCAMORE POTTERY / 698

    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Steeple Chase Home Owners Asn. / 2988
    OWL HOLLOW RD/CR-17/2
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  9. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Deerfield Village Property Owner's Assoc / 5761
    Oct. 6
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  10. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    USFWS NAT'L CONSERVATION TRNG CTR / 3358
    OIL CREEK RD/CR-7
    Oct. 3
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

 

Kanawha

  1. Manna Meal Garden
    Manna Meal Garden grows fresh vegetables and herbs for the 36 year old Manna Meal soup kitchen. Volunteers are wanted to work in the garden on Saturday, Sept 29 from 10 am till noon. There will be general gardening chores and garden clean up tasks done this day and all age groups are welcomed. Volunteers should contact Jean Simpson, Executive Director at 304-345-7121 jsmannameal@wirefire.comor Myra Dolan at 304-766-0921 drmusicmom@suddenlink.net to get more information or to sign up to volunteer for Day to Serve. Volunteers are encouraged to collect peanut butter, canned meats, cereal, dry or canned milk and bring them to the garden or drop them off at the soup kitchen back door from 9 till 1 seven days a week to help fill the pantry. The soup kitchen is located in St John’s Episcopal Church on the corner of Leon Sullivan Way and Quarrier Streets. The back door of the soup kitchen is accessed from the alley. See the website at http://www.mannameal.com/?cat=6.

  2. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  3. Cato Trail Clean Up
    200 Baker Lane.
    Sept. 28, 9am-12pm
    Trail clean up. Bring large trash bags and gloves.
    Alisa Bailey
    304-344-1241
    alisa.bailey@charlestonwv.com

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Capitol Market Clean Up
    Sept. 29, 9am-noon
    Trash pick up and weed pulling. Wear closed-toe shoes and long sleeves. Children may participate only with adult supervision.
    Tammy Borstnar
    304-344-1905
    tammy@capitolmarket.net

  6. Habitat for Humanity of Kanawha and Putnam County Build
    Sept. 29, 8am-4pm
    Supervised construction of home. Sign up through website. 12 volunteers needed.
    Pam Smith
    304-720-4470
    pam@hfhkp.org
    http://hfhkp.volunteerhub.com

  7. Rock Lake Community Life Center
    801 Lincoln Drive
    South Charleston, WV 25309
    week of 9/29/2012
    9am-6pm
    bring your own lunch please
    Come help out at a local community center- we have raised garden beds to finish, landscaping to do, winterizing of a community garden, several indoor projects, and lots of projects for kids and adults of ALL ages!
    (304)542-2489
    rocklakeclc@gmail.com
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rock-Lake-Community-Life-Center/160456783966182

  8. American Red Cross
    Sept. 30
    1-6pm
    Volunteers will pain a computer lab and redesign a space more suitable for volunteer and client assistance.
    304-340-3650
    lisa.mullenax@redcross.org
    www.redcrosswv.org

  9. Public Service Commission of West Virginia
    The employees of the Public Service Commission of West Virginiaare raising funds for the Alzheimer’s Association of West Virginia by holding bake sales, sponsoring a dress-down day, recruiting walkers for the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s and soliciting donations from friends and family members. Activities will take place September 20-28, 2012. All funds collected will be presented to the Alzheimer’s Association on October 27, 2012. No public money will be used in these events. No additional volunteers needed

  10. Donel C. Kinnard Memorial State Veterans Cemetery CleanUp
    Sept. 29, 9am-12pm
    Need 8-12 volunteers
    Supplies Needed: gloves, garbage bags, water, snacks. Wear closed toe shoes.
    Larissa Wines
    304-746-0026

  11. Booker T. Washington House Clean Up
    Sept. 29, 9am-12pm
    Need 4-6 volunteers
    Supplies needed: lawn mower, weed-eaters, gloves, garbage bags, water, snacks. Wear closed toe shoes.
    Marvin Smith
    304-550-2839

  12. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BUFFLICK GOOD NEIGHBORS CLUB / 819
    Sept. 27
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  13. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    EDGEWATER ACRES IMPROVEMENT ASN / 1891
    Sept. 27
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  14. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    FRAME COMMUNITY / 4457
    Airport Rd/RT-53
    Sept. 27
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  15. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    LOUDENDALE CIVIC IMPROVEMENT ASN / 4762
    RT-38
    Sept. 27
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  16. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    CHESTNUT POINT HOMEOWNERS ASN / 4448
    VORPE RD/CR-3/4
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  17. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    FIELDS CRK WATERSHED ASN / 4575
    CR-77/01
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  18. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Kanawha Sport Horse Asn / 5405
    CR-20
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  19. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    MAC LAWNS / 2935
    CR-25/15
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  20. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Residents of Coopers Creek / 5716
    ISLAND AVE/ RT-5
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  21. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    S CHARLESTON LIONS CLUB / 1113
    RT-60
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  22. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Skyview Garden Club / 10394
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  23. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Catherine Turner / 10
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  24. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Quick Community Center / 5446
    CR-49
    Oct. 4
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  25. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    RIVERBEND AREA RESIDENTS / 1309
    Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  26. United Way State Campaign Fall Event
    State Capitol Complex
    September 28
    11am-2pm
    Several state government agencies will be participating in the 2012 United Way Fundraising Day at the State Capitol Complex. This year’s event will feature various fundraising activities designed by individual agencies. Come and enjoy hot dogs, taco in a bag, bake sale, popcorn, candy apples, 50/50 drawing, auction, pumpkin carving contest, pie contest, and more! The event is open to the public and entertainment will be provided by WQBE Radio. Items and food for the event are donated with 100% of the proceeds going to benefit the United Way and our local communities.
    April Darnell
    304-558-2930

  27. West Virginia State University
    Mr. & Miss State will be collaborating with other campus organizations from this upcoming Monday, September 24, 2012 until November 6,2012 for a National Collegiate Voter Registration Campaign.During this time we will promote political awareness and assist with voter registration by having tables set up in the Wilson Student Union from 12-2 M-F.
    cdavis37@wvstateu.edu
    gbalancier@wvstateu.edu

  28. West Virginia State University
    The second event is sponsord by our student business organization, we will be collecting school supplies for Dunbar Primary and Intermediate School. This event will go a little longer than the September 29 date it will continue to the second week in October, and will culminate with delivery and a special book reading by our students at each school.

  29. Albans Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  30. Elk Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  31. Maiden Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  32. Andrew Heights Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  33. Anne Bailey Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  34. West Side Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  35. Montrose Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  36. Nitro Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  37. Bridge Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  38. Overbrook Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  39. Central Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  40. Pratt Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  41. WVU Kanawha County Extension Service
    9/29
    2:30-4pm
    Volunteers will be building garden beds for the new Rebecca Street Community garden, which will serve families in the underserved community of the West Side in Charleston, WV. The community garden is the first phase of a multi-phase urban agriculture incubator/accelerator that will bring farming into the city in the next few years.
    304.720.9573
    John.Porter@mail.wvu.edu
    http://kanawha.ext.wvu.edu

  42. The Bible Center School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  43. Cross Lanes United Methodist Church Youth
    F rontier Drive, Cross Lanes
    Saturday September 29
    7:30 a.m.
    Serving Pancake Breakfast at Christ Kitchen in St Albans
    304-937-3116
    Kimmchenry4651@frontier.com

  44. Heart and Hand Thrift Store and food Pantry
    Spring Hill
    We need donations of food, clothing, furniture, small appliances, etc. Any volunteering in the store is also appreciated. Please call Della or Patty at Heart and Hand 304-744-6741. They are open 9-4:30 M-F Saturday 9-3:30.



Lewis

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Transitional Living Facility / 5665
    RT-19
    Saturday, Sept. 25
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    ST CLARA COMMUNITY / 844
    RT-29
    Saturday, Sept. 27
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BENDALE U METHODIST CHURCH / 2137
    RT-19
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Alum Bridge Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  5. Jane Lew Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  6. Roanoke Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  7. Robert L. Bland Middle School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

     

 

Lincoln

  1. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Alum Creek Lion's Club / 5225
    RT-214
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    LOWER ONE MILE COMMUNITY / 2581
    CR-3/1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

Logan

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    C&W Discount Furniture / 5273
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Kelly Cleanup Committee / 4542
    Route: CR-15
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Thomas Family / 5308
    Burnt House Rd/ CR-1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Man High School
    One Hillbilly Circle Man, WV
    Seniors will be writing letters for our firefighters, police officers and paramedics
    Karen Arms
    karms@access.wv.k12.com

  5. Man High School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.





 

Marion

  1. Woodlawn Cemetary
    335 Maple Ave.
    Fairmont WV 26554
    Saturday, Sept. 29th, 2012
    12:00 to 4:00
    Clean grounds of tree debris, mow, weedeat, prune shrubs, trees
    (304) 657-1813
    gena.wagaman@yahoo.com

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Barrackville Lions Club #1 / 5190
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    National White Collar Crime Center / 4905
    BEESON & CLINES RD/CR-58/6
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    PARRISH RUN COMMUNITY ASN / 4631
    INDEPENDENCE RD/CR-44/4
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    S.T.A.N.D. / 2710465
    LOCUST AV
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Make Marion County Shine / 10
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Barrackville Elementary/Middle School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.


  8. Pleasant Valley Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  9. East Fairmont Junior High
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  10. White Hall Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  11. Fairmont State University and Pierpont Community and Technical College
    Fairmont State University and Pierpont CTC, Ruth Ann Musick Library
    1201 Locust Ave. Fairmont
    Beginning Thursday, September 27
    11 AM-2 PM, 4-6 PM
    The Nest, a new campus food bank, is being created by FSU’s Center for Civic Engagement in conjunction with the Ruth Ann Musick Library staff to assist students at Fairmont State University and Pierpont Community & Technical College.
    Beginning Thursday, Sept. 27, The Nest will be open on Mondays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the third floor of the Ruth Ann Musick Library. Students who need extra help with food supplies will be able to use The Nest by showing their student I.D. and filling out a form that will be kept confidential.
    To build The Nest, non-perishable foods are needed, especially those that are ready to eat or can be prepared with minimal ingredients. Suggested donations include: canned goods (flip-top cans preferred, but all accepted), microwavable foods (that are not frozen), soup, tuna fish, canned chicken, canned beans, peanut butter, jelly, protein bars, individual fruit cups, individual serving boxes of cereal, shelf milk, pastas, pasta sauces. Items may be dropped off at the Circulation Desk in the Ruth Ann Musick Library. Donna Nuzum
    Donna.Nuzum@fairmontstate.edu

  12. North Marion High School
    1 North Marion Drive, Farmington
    September 25-28, 2012
    North Marion Students will sign cards to be delivered to first responder agencies in the attendance area.
    304-986-3063
    srhawkin@access.k12.wv.us

Marshall

  1. Appalachian Outreach
    9/29/12 9am-4pm.
    Sort donations of housewares, bedding, toys, etc.
    (304)845-2762
    rhart1703@aol.com

  2. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    EVERSHINING 4-H CLUB / 5116
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    EVERSHINING 4-H CLUB / 4713
    POTOMAC RIVER RD
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    WASHINGTON LANDS LIONS CLUB / 325
    RT-2
    Sept. 27
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Cameron Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  7. Cameron High School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  8. Center McMechen Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  9. Washington Lands Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  10. Glen Dale Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  11. McNinch Primary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  12. Sand Hill Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  13. John Marshall High School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  14. Sherrard Middle School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.
  15. The Benwood-McMechen Housing Authority RSVP ASAP Community Garden
    2200 S. Marshall St Benwood
    (behind the maintenance building of the Benwood-McMechen Housing Authority)
    RSVP After School Adventures Program
    Saturday September 29th, 2012
    2 pm to 5 pm
    Our community garden is overrun with dead vegetation and weeds! Come out to help us, no pun intended, weed out all the old and bad vegetation and start fresh and new. All the vegetables that are still good will be collected and handed out to all those who come out and help. Drinks and snacks will be provided.Please contact Alina Hopkins at 304-277-7414 for more information or you can contact her via email at ahopkins@rsvpwv.org.
    www.facebook.com/RSVPASAP


 

Mason

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Mason Co Career Center Env Buddy Club / 5678
    Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Avalanche Community Educational Outreach Service / 10027
    Pinewood Dr/ CR-3/5
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov



  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BUSY 4'S 4-H CLUB / 196
    RT-87
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    HILL BILLIE 4-H CLUB / 270
    Sand Hill Rd
    Sept. 30
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Mountaineers 4-H Club #1 / 5679
    Oct. 2
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Mountaineers 4-H Club #1 / 5747
    Oct. 2
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Hannan High School
    Friday, Sept. 28
    Students will be hosting a food drive to collect nonperishable food items to be donated to a local food pantry.
    Dr. Karen Oldham, Principal
    (304) 743-3212

  8. Hannan High School
    Friday, September 29, 2012
    Students will be collecting nonperishable food items at the school to be donated to a local food pantry.

 

McDowell

  1. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    ALL (Anawalt Leckie Little Creek) #1 / 5008
    RT-84
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov


  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    ALL Club (Anawalt Leckie Little Creek) #2 / 5009
    RT-10
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    CAPE COALWOOD RESTORATION ASN #1 / 4801
    BUCKHILL RD/RT-16
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    CAPE COALWOOD RESTORATION ASN #2 / 4802
    KNOBLEY RD/CR-2
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    CRUMPLER CITIZENS IN ACTION / 4708
    Sept. 26
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

Mercer

  1. Mercer County 4-H Camp
    1823 Glenwood Park Rd.,
    Princeton WV 247392.
    Mercer County 4-H Teen Leaders
    Sept. 15, 20124.
    11:00 a.m. to 12:40 p.m.
    4-H Teens at Mercer County and Friends 4-H Teen Leader weekend will conduct various clean-up activities in and around Mercer County 4-H camp.
    304-425-3079
    Brenda.Pruett@mail.wvu.edu

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    PIKEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL / 3115
    RT-7
    Sept. 27
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BROWNING-LAMBERT COMMUNITY / 1294
    Route: CR-11/4
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    THOMASON, WILLIAM, THERESA & JASON / 3062
    CR-36
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Fox Run/Popular Grove / 6268
    Sept. 30
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Heaton Family / 5294
    CR17/12
    Oct. 6
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    WILLOWTON COMMUNITY CHURCH / 1849
    CR-30
    Oct. 10
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Bolar Observation Tower Hike and Sweep
    An evening walk to the observation tower at Pipestem State Park is planned at 5pm. The hike and tower climb also includes a site sweep at the base of the tower and general area. The tower is popular landmark at Pipestem Resort. ‘Generally folks are very good about not casting litter about” says naturalist Jim Phillips. "We encourage responsiblity and proper disposal of litter. We hope we don't have to do a lick of work and just enjoy a great view of our West Virginia hills."
    304-558-2764
    Sissie.A. Summers@wv.gov

 

Mineral

  1. Potomac State College, a West Virginia Campus Compact member
    Shuttle will pick up volunteers at University Place, Potomac State College
    101 Fort Avenue, Keyser, WV 26726
    The project is with Helping Hands of the Potomac Highlands and will be in Antioch, WV.
    September 28
    1 PM to 5 PM
    Potomac State College volunteers are partnering with Helping Hands of the Potomac Highlands to complete a service project in Antioch, WV. The shuttle leaves University Place at Potomac State College at 1 PM and returns by 5 PM. Volunteers will be tree trimming and clearing the lot around the home of an elderly woman.
    Jim McCune
    jmccune301@aol.com
    www.potomacstatecollege.edu

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    KESNER, SHEILA / 5119
    Sept. 25
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Going Green / 10289
    Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE LODGE 662 / 1707
    CRUMMET'S RUN RD/ RT-8
    Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS #10545 / 3175
    LOWER SANDLICK RD/CR-220/5
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Frankfort Intermediate School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

 

Mingo

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

 

Monongalia

  1. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Sigma Nu Fraternity / 2710384
    Castleman's Run Rd/County Highway 32
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Goshen Baptist Church / 10316
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Mountain View Elementary School
    661 Greenbag Road Morgantown
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making cards for our police officers, firemen and paramedics. All students grades k-5 will be participating.

  5. FOOD DRIVE
    WVU Campus
    Mountainlair
    September 23-29.
    Over 15,000 items will be collected and distributed to local food banks. Also, this is the largest single drive for our student food bank located on the WVU campus

  6. The Center for Civic Engagement at WVU & WELL WVU
    WVU Stadium, Student Lot
    Milan Puskar Stadium, Morgantown
    9/29
    Sat 9/29 is the day of WVU Homecoming Football game. The CCE is partnering with WELL WVU to sponsor programming at the student tailgating before the game. At the lot, we will have a service project. Possible projects include Red Cross disaster relief kits, care packages for new mothers with the United Way, greeting/birthday card stations for a local nursing home. We also hope to have a station set up for students to access the Vote'12 site and register to vote via WVU Turbo Vote
    Tia Fay
    Tia.Fay@mail.wvu.edu
    www.cce.wvu.edu

  7. Woodburn Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  8. Suncrest Primary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  9. Cheat Lake Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  10. Brookhaven Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  11. Easton Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  12. North Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  13. Ridgedale Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  14. Skyview Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  15. South Middle School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  16. Mountaineer Middle School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  17. University High School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.



Monroe

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Concerned Citizens of Dark Hollow Road / 5550
    CR-3/1
    Sept. 27
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Monroe County CEOS Co. Council / 10517
    Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    FAMILY & FRIENDS OF JIM ALLEN / 4786
    CR-7
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Flat MT Missionary Baptist Church / 2676
    CR-1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    GREENVILLE ENVIRONMENT CLUB / 269
    CR-23/4
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    PETERSTOWN ROTARY CLUB / 214
    RT-12
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    SINKS GROVE CEOS / 558
    RT-3
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    CITIZENS OF PINE GROVE COMMUNITY / 883
    Big Tyler Rd/ RT-3
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  9. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    UNION LIONS CLUB / 729
    CR 11
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  10. Personal Hygiene Drive
    Family Dollar
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    11am-5pm
    Donations of personal hygiene items such as toilet paper, soap, deoderant, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste and any other personal hygiene items. We will have table and boxes to collect items. 3 volunteers needed.
    304-994-1244
    rcuccaro@educationalliance.org


 

Morgan

  1. Starting Points Volunteer Recruitment Fair
    292 N. Washington Street, Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
    Senior Center
    9/29 9am-1pm
    An opportunity for groups who use volunteers to recruit help and explain their mission. Any and all volunteers wanted!
    Lexa Kirk/Misty Stallard
    americorps@starting-points.org

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Gobbler's Knob Guest House #1 / 4729
    CR-28/1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Gobbler's Knob Guest House #2 / 4728
    CR-28
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    PAUL APPLE / 4611
    TROUBLESOME VALLEY RD/ RT-522
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    PAW PAW LIONS CLUB / 1164
    RT-9
    Sept. 24
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    ROMATEMI / 4960
    Bent Mt. Rd/CR-7
    Sept. 26
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    TEAM SYNERGY / 4602
    CR-13/6
    Sept. 30
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

Nicholas

  1. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BERT-A-TWIN / 2553
    Airport Rd
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. American Red Cross Blood Drive
    Richwood High School
    Richwood, WV
    Sept. 28
    9–3pm
    Scott.Hill2@redcross.org

  4. Mt. Nebo Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

Ohio

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    ELM GROVE LIONS CLUB / 1052
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Robinson Law Office / 5541
    CR-15
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    WEKARE / 5371
    CR-40/1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    GREENWOOD CEMETERY / 2835
    Sept. 26
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. West Liberty University's Honors College
    September 29, 2012
    9am-1pm
    Honors College students will spent the morning at the local animal shelter cleaning, walking, and visiting with animal residents in the shelter. They will work to donate supplies through a wish list supplied to the Honors College by the shelter. By spending time with the animals and workers at the shelter, the students hope to develop a relationship with and long term history of service at the Ohio County animal shelter.
    304-336-8379
    smcgowan@westliberty.edu

  6. Bridge Street Middle School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  7. Woodsdale Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

Pendleton

  1. Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity
    9/28/12. 9am-4pm
    Construction opportunities. Comfort station (making sure water coolers stay full and volunteers have a place to eat.) Bring a water bottle! If possible, bring nail apron and hard hat.
    (304) 358-7642
    volunteer@almostheavenhabitat.org

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BOYD & LETA KIMBLE / 2493
    CR-1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov


  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BUD & ELLEN WALKING CLUB / 1487
    RT-21
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Citizens Of Jake Hill Rd / 4859
    CR-220/2
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    FRANKLIN LIONS CLUB / 5195
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    HEATWOLE, NELSON & FLORENCE (FAMILY PROJECT) / 1936
    WINDING RD/CR-5/1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Lambert Hill Crew / 5443
    Bridgeport Hill Rd/CR-220/14
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Ruddle and Harr Families / 2698
    RT-14
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  9. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    SUGAR GROVE LIONS CLUB / 1711
    RT-21
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  10. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    The H's: Roy and Susie / 5085
    RT-18/21
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  11. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    KLINE FAMILY, THE / 2284
    RT-18
    Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  12. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Navy Information Operations Command / 5727
    RT-21
    Oct. 2
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

 

Pleasants

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    CALCUTTA JOLLY ROGERS 4-H CLUB / 2245
    RT-24WV16
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Schultz Ridge Runners 4-H Club / 10530
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. AmeriCorps on the Frontline
    All four Pleasants County Schools
    St. Marys Elementary School and St. Marys High School in St. Marys
    Belmont Elementary School and Pleasants County Middle School in Belmont
    September 24 – 28, 2012
    9:00 – 3:00
    Kristi
    304-991-3981
    Assisting the school librarians/secretaries and teachers in getting all the library books catalogued into the online database.
    304-991-3981
    kvenderl@access.k12.wv.us

 

Pocahontas

  1. Nettlefest/High Rocks Educational Corps
    9/29 - 10am-4pm. Annual music festival featuring local musicians that is open to the community. To be held at the Opera House in Marlinton. Bake sale, children's activities, live free music, and info booths about AmeriCorps and High Rocks.
    Margaret Emanuel
    304-653-4891
    margaret@highrocks.org


  2. Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity
    Durbin
    9/29/12. 9am-4pm.
    Construction opportunities. Comfort station (making sure water coolers stay full and volunteers have a place to eat.) Bring a water bottle! If possible, bring nail apron and hard hat.
    (304) 358-7642
    volunteer@almostheavenhabitat.org

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Clean up roadway/highway. Interested groups or individuals can select a road and register for a 'one time clean up' by Sept. 14. Wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. AmeriCorps on the Frontline
    9/28 4:30pm
    Pocahontas Free Libraries
    Main St. Marlinton
    Children's Victory Garden for the awareness of child abuse and neglect prevention. Painting hand rails, installing bird houses, weeding.
    Laura Young
    304-799-6847
    pocahontasfrn@hotmail.com

  5. Pocahontas County Prevention Coalition, Inc.
    Saturday, September 29, 2012, 10 am - 2 pm In partnership with the Sheriff's Dept. and the Snowshoe Career Center, we are participating in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Please bring your unused drugs to the Snowshoe Career Center during the Autumn Harvest Festival

  6. Hillsboro Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be working on various projects to honor the first responders to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.
  7. Governor's Day to Serve at Marlinton Elementary School
    926a 5th Ave. Marlinton
    9/29 9:30 am
    Paint new hopscotch and four square carts, repaint the basketball court lines, and work on repair and beautification projects at MES. 5-15 volunteers needed. Please wear old clothing.
    304-572-2665
    or 304-940-9971
    linwoodlibraryvista@gmail.com


 

Preston

  1. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH / 1641
    CR-119/13
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Friends of Fields Creek / 5687
    CR-29
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Friends of Fields Creek #1 / 10282
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    MIDWAY GETTERS 4-H CLUB / 3121
    SMALES BRANCH RD/ CR-7/1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    MOUNTAIN LIONS CLUB / 4781
    RT-24
    Sept. 24
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Sugar Valley United Methodist Church / 5359
    Sept. 24
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    TUNNELTON LIONS CLUB / 362
    RT-59
    Oct. 4
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  9. Valley Elementary School
    Sept. 29
    Students will be participating in a variety of service projects surrounding the Preston County Buckwheat Festival.

  10. West Preston Middle School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

Putnam

  1. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  2. Communities Helping Communities - Buffalo
    Sept 11 - Sept. 28.
    Each site will be collecting items for the Ronald McDonald House in Huntington. Items will be collected at sites and delivered by members on Sept. 27 or 28. Items needed: frozen meals, tv dinners, pizza, pizza rolls, pot pies, corn dogs, butter, snack foods, ground beef, hot dogs, soup, ravioli, spaghetti, microwave popcorn, gift certificates for walmart, kmart, etc.; copy paper 8.5x11, stamps, batteries AA & D; combs, toothbrushes, shaving cream, razors, deoderant, laundry detergent, fabric softener sheets, umbrellas, detergent for dishwasher, flashlights
    Judy Kachelreis
    304-429-6167
    jkach1@aol.com

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Hurricane Town Elementary
    300 Harbor Lane, Hurricane
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making cards for our police officers, firemen and paramedics. All students grades k-5 will be participating.

  5. Hurricane Town Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

Raleigh

  1. Independence Middle School, IZAP (Innovation Zone After School Program), and the United Way
    800 Independence Rd.
    Coal City, WV 25823
    September 17, 2012 - October 1, 2012
    Our Middle School staff, students, community, and the United Way are teaming up by taking collections of donated canned food items for our local food pantries. We are excited to work together in hopes to help local families in need of food for their loved ones. It is our way to give back and to show students how important it is to be involved with the community and to support those in need.
    304-683-4542
    cbuzbee@access.k12.wv.us

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Aspen Corporation / 10294
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Horse Crk Community Asn / 2894
    CR-3/4
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    TABLE ROCK COMMUNITY / 4724
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    GFWC SHADY SPRING DISTRICT WOMAN'S CLUB / 5194
    Sept. 27
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    SHADY SPRING DISTRICT LION'S CLUB / 706
    RT-307
    Oct. 1
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. American Red Cross Blood Drive
    Donor Center
    Beckley, WV
    Sept. 26
    12 – 6pm
    Scott.Hill2@redcross.org

    American Red Cross Blood Drive
    Jan Care Ambulance Service
    Beckley, WV
    Oct. 1
    12-6pm
    Scott.Hill2@redcross.org

 

Randolph

  1. Disaster Sheltering Workshop
    Tyrand Coop. Ministries
    PO Box 365, Mill Creek, WV 26280
    9/29-9am-4pm
    From Route 219/250 in Mill Creek, turn onto Back Road 39. Go approximately one mie. Tyrand is on the right. Learn how to run a disaster shelter and improve response to disaster. Form a group of volunteers that will go door to door checking on neighbors when a disaster happens. Gather pertinent information on who would need ice to store medications, who is on oxygen, who is homebound, who needs transportation, etc. Begin fundraising.
    Belinda Toms
    304-335-2788
    tcm@frontiernet.net

  2. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Central Chapel UMC / 10412
    Kirt Road/CR92
    Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BEAR CHICKEN MUFFLER OF LITTER GUILD / 4528
    LOWER MILL RUN RD/CR-4/2
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    D. D. Pennington Circle P Beef Farms / 6023
    CR-32/3
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    D.D. Pennington Circle P Beef Farms / 10559
    Rt. 32
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    RICH MT FARMS/THE WHITE HOUSE / 3143
    RT-33
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Appalachian Forest Heritage Area
    Planting native wetland species in and around our restoration efforts on the Mower Tract, specifically around Barton Bench and Lambert Strip. We will plant several species, including wild raisin, black elderberry, and balsam fir. All plants to be planted were grown at the NRCS' Alderson Plant Material Center from seed collected on the Monongahela.

  9. Davis and Elkins College
    Davis and Elkins College, Madden Center
    100 Campus Drive Elkins, WV 26241
    September 26-27, September 29
    September 26-27 11:30-1:30, TBD September 29
    Davis and Elkins will be having nonpartisan voter registration drives on Sept 26 and 27 from 11:30-1:30 in the Madden Center on campus. On Sept 29th, which is D & E's Family Weekend, they will have another voter registration drive and we will be making Veterans Day cards to be taken to the VA Hospital in Clarksburg.
    Alyssa Hanna
    alyssa.b.hanna@gmail.com
    www.dewv.edu


  10. Harman School
    Sept. 28
    Students will participate in a playground cleanup.
    Tammie Daniels, Principal
    (304) 227-4114

  11. Homestead Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be collecting food for the Tyrand Cooperative Food Pantry.
    (304) 338-4903

  12. Tygarts Valley High School
    Friday, September 28, 2012
    Students will be collecting nonperishable food items at the Homecoming Football game to be donated to a local food pantry.

Ritchie

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    HIGHLAND SCH HAWKS, THE / 10226
    CR-1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    McDonald Family / 1917
    CR-16/8
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Tunnel 13 Hike at North Bend State Park
    Experience the great outdoors with a spice of history mixed in. The trail is less than 1 mile long, flat, and easy to walk on and accessible. This hike is part of the Governor’s Day to Serve and patrol this section of the trail for litter and removal. The hike will depart from the nature center at North Bend at 3:30 p.m. and last at least one hour. Naturalist Ken Zebo is the leader and encourages families to attend.
    304-558-2764
    Sissie.A. Summers@wv.gov
    (304) 643-2931

 

Roane

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Girl Scout Troop #4988 and #1094 / 2710361
    CR 36/15
    Oct. 3
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Girl Scout Troop #4988, #1094 and #8231 / 2710362
    Oct. 3
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Iron Circle / 10409
    WV 36
    Sept. 30
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Spencer Rotary Club / 498
    US 33
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

 

Summers

  1. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    ANGELL/WARD FAMILIES / 10533
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Countryside Baptist Church / 5708
    Parker RD/RT-12
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Employees of Summers County DOH / 2710407
    Wolf Creek Road/ WV 12
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Friends of Clayton Road / 5753
    CR-3/18
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    GROUNDWORKS NURSERY / 3169
    GRASSLICK CRK/RT-3
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    HILLDALE-TALCOTT RURITAN CLUB / 273
    RT-3
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    John Henry Committee / 5535
    Scott Ridge Rd/CR-17
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  9. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Ramp Community / 5452
    RT-20
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  10. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    SIMS RECYCLING / 2035
    MOORE FORK RD/CR-19/1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  11. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    YOUNG AND FREE 4-H CLUB / 258
    RT-7
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  12. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    HINTON LIONS CLUB / 1696
    RT-3
    Oct. 6
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  13. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    JUMPING BRANCH SCH / 2116
    CR-3/3
    Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov


Taylor

  1. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  2. Tygart Lake State Park
    Tygart Lake State Park is conducting a non-perishable food drive from September 29th through October 6th as a public service. “At this time of year, families in the Taylor county area often rely on the food pantry to supplement food needs and asking visitors and state residents to the park to contribute a food item is a simple service to provide” says Brennon O’Sullivan, park superintendent. “It is a selfless act of sharing.” Non-perishable donations maybe left at Tygart Lake Lodge. The food will be donated to the Taylor County Food Bank.
    Sissie.A. Summers@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Sandy Pals 4-H Club / 2710185
    Oct. 6
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Taylor Co Community Corrections / 10425
    Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  5. West Taylor Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

Tucker

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge / 5458
    WVRT-32
    Saturday, Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Davis/Thomas Elementary/Middle School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards and letters for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

 

Tyler

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BSA TROOP 153 / 2764
    RT-18
    Oct. 13
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Kellsi's Little Lane / 10447
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

 

Upshur

  1. West Virginia Wesleyan College
    Buckhannon WV
    Sept. 21st through Sept. 29th
    Time of event - weeklong
    Upshur County has two food pantries that provide much needed food for families who face food shortages. Both Upshur food pantries, the Salvation Army and the Parish House, report that peanut butter is an important food donation due to its nutritional value and is a food that families with children particularly need and appreciate.

    However, peanut butter is one of the least donated items and when it runs out, pantry directors use their agency’s limited funds to purchase peanut butter to ensure that it is available. In recognition that peanut butter is consistently in short supply and strains the resources of the food pantries, the CCE is organizing a Spread the Love Peanut Butter Drive in recognition of the September 29th Day to Serve initiative proposed by Governor Tomblin.

    All faculty, staff and students will be encouraged to support the drive through emo, posters and specific requests to groups such as Student Development staff, School Directors, Athletic Teams, Residence Halls, Greeks etc.

    The kick off for the Spread the Love drive will begin on Sept. 21st with donations from parents who attend Family Weekend and continue through the week. Donations will be delivered to the Parish House and the Salvation Army following September 29th.
    LeeAnn Brown
    304-473-8161
    brown_l@wvwc.edu
    www.wvwc.edu

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BSA TROOP 104 / 5124
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    CHIPPS, COY #1 & #2 / 3373
    WARM SPRINGS RD/RT-20
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    CHIPPS, COY #2 / 4537
    KELLY RD/RT-20
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov


  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Ellamore Fire Dept. #2 / 2710277
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    UNKNOWN
    Lee Murphy Rd/RT-151
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Opportunity House, Inc. / 10373
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    SUNSET HGTS CEOS / 1904
    CR-16/3
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  9. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    The Fitzsimmons Family / 2710394
    Browning Road/Route 35/6
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  10. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    The Sikarskie Family / 10423
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  11. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Westfall Farms / 10545
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  12. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Residents of Ten Mile Community / 5519
    Alice Rd./ CR-9/8
    Saturday, Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  13. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Tom Hackett / 5530
    Saturday, Sept. 25
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  14. Union Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be participating in a variety of fundraising projects to raise money for a former students who was recently diagnosed with cancer.
    Dr. Sara Stankus, Principal
    sstankus@access.k12.wv.us

  15. Rock Cave Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

 

Wayne

  1. Communities Helping Communities - Ceredo, Westmoreland, Lavalette and Kenova
    Sept 11 - Sept. 28.
    Each site will be collecting items for the Ronald McDonald House in Huntington. Items will be collected at sites and delivered by members on Sept. 27 or 28. Items needed: frozen meals, tv dinners, pizza, pizza rolls, pot pies, corn dogs, butter, snack foods, ground beef, hot dogs, soup, ravioli, spaghetti, microwave popcorn, gift certificates for walmart, kmart, etc.; copy paper 8.5x11, stamps, batteries AA & D; combs, toothbrushes, shaving cream, razors, deoderant, laundry detergent, fabric softener sheets, umbrellas, detergent for dishwasher, flashlights
    Judy Kachelreis
    304-429-6167
    jkach1@aol.com

  2. 4H Horse Show
    Horse Show Arena
    Rte 152 Shirley Burgess Park
    Wayne WV 25570
    Wayne County 4-H Horse Program
    September 29
    1:00 p.m. - 5:00 pm
    Horse Show
    Jessica Willis
    (304) 486-5299
    http://wayne.ext.wvu.edu/4h/horse

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

Webster

  1. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    FAIRVIEW RD RESIDENTS / 3136
    COVE RUN RD/CR-24/1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    FOUR SEASONS 4-H CLUB / 224
    RT-20
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    HARPER & HARPER / 5198
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

Wetzel

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    RAINBOW LADIES / 1476
    WV-89
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Paden City Elementary School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be collecting items to send care packages to deployed military troops.

  3. Hundred High School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  4. Long Drain School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  5. Magnolia High School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  6. Paden City High School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be making thank you cards for police officers, firefighters and paramedics to remind them how grateful all West Virginians are for their service, sacrifice and the risks that they take daily to protect and care for all of us.

  7. Paden City High School
    Sept. 24-28
    Students will be collecting nonperishable food items to be donated to a local food pantry.

 

Wirt

  1. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Wilsons, The / 2398
    MUNDAY RD/CR-1
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    COUNTRY COMFORT FARM / 3162
    LINWOOD RD/CR-1/11
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

 

Wood

  1. Williamstown Park
    Williamstown West Virginia
    The Marietta Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has organized a food drive to collect nonperishable food items from the community and then to donate the food items to local food pantries in Wood and Washington Counties. The date and time is September 29, 2012 from 10:00am – 2:00pm. We are asking faith-based organizations, community groups, civic organizations, and citizens to organize food drives and then to bring all donations to a central drop off point at the Williamstown Park on September 29, 1012 from 10:00am – 2:00pm.
    clyde_merrill@yahoo.com

  2. Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Community Emergency Response Team
    Mountwood Park, Volcano Days
    Take Rt. 50 towards Clarksburg. Turn right onto Mountwood Park on right.
    Throughout the month of September we are encouraging MOVR CERT members and the public to purchase small hand sanitizers. This will give the MOVRCERT, MOVRRC and the whole community involved with getting prepared. These small hand sanitizers will be used in small to go kits. Dress with CERT shirt if you have one, clothing appropriate for weather.
    Kristine Green
    304-420-1481
    Kristine.L.Green@wv.gov

  3. Mid-Ohio Valley Health Department
    211 6th Street. Parkersburg, WV 26101
    3 Community Garden Locations currently collaborating with the SNAPed Program_(Supplemental Nutrition). 1701 19th St. Parkersburg; 1714 Lynn St. Parkersburg; 139 Hill Ave. Parkersburg.
    9/29 9am -1pm
    Volunteers will help assemble and winterize three community gardens; tilling under, weeding and mulching beds. A winter greens crop will be planted.
    30 Volunteers Needed
    Good Dirt, Mulch, Cardboard. If we can obtain recycled wood pallets, we will also construct 3 compost bins, one for each garden. Each compost bin needs 4 untreated wood pallets.
    Megan Kahoa
    304-485-7374x144 (c)740-581-0476
    megan.m.kahoa@wv.gov

  4. LifeBridge AmeriCorps/VetCorps
    Sept. 24-29, 2012
    Collecting items for care packages for troops. During this week, children can make cards, pictures and/or crafts for care packages. Counties included in the project are Berkeley, Clay, Kanawha, Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalia, Nicholas, Preston, Putnam, Randolph, Summers, Taylor, Webster and Wood
    Betsy Southall
    304-340-3500

  5. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    BOAZ LIONS CLUB / 1141
    WV 14
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  6. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    PHI THETA KAPPA WVUP #2 / 3248
    CR-47/21
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  7. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    STILLWELL NEIGHBORS / 4799
    Stillwell Road/ CR-26
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  8. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    United Methodist Men of FUMC / 10434
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  9. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Woodchucks 4-H Club / 1839
    CR-3/23
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  10. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    INTRA-STATE INSURANCE CORP / 1916
    Twin Lakes Road/CR 2/8
    Sept. 28
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  11. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    WASHINGTON LIONS CLUB / 257
    DUPONT RD/ RT-892
    Sept. 24
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  12. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    PARKERSBURG AMBUCS / 1390
    Dutch Ridge Road/CR-47/4
    Oct. 4
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  13. Team 6-1
    Hamilton Middle School
    3501 Cadillac Dr. Parkersburg
    We will be making cards and writing notes of appreciation and encouragement to our community's first responders. This idea also prompted us to make this a project each 9 weeks. We will include other groups such as nursing homes, hospitals and the military. We want to continue this project throughout this school year.
    Jennifer Turner
    jlturner@access.k12.wv.us

Wyoming

  1. Wyoming County Work Week
    Rural Appalachian Improvement League, Inc.
    Sept. 24-30
    nstall electric &water connections for 10 camper sites, build 10 picnic tables, paint signs, clear invasive species, lay water line, rip up floor, replace sub floor. Replace windows and doors. 20 or more volunteers welcome! Dress for rugged work.
    (540) 344-4750 or (304) 294-6188.
    mullensproject@aol.com

  2. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    Homeland Hunting Club / 5691
    CR-9/3
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  3. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY TRASH PICK-UP / 2297
    CR-16/19
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

  4. Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup
    The Glen Rogers Community Club / 5464
    Harris Hwy/CR-3
    Saturday, Sept. 29
    Please help clean up our West Virginia roadways. Volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bright clothing. We provide safety vests and then we provide the bags, gloves and litter getters. If you are interested, please call 1-800-322-5530 to register as a volunteer.
    WVREAP
    1-800-322-5530
    dep.aah@wv.gov

 

Not sure how to post your opportunity? Contact Lisa Tignor, program coordinator for Volunteer West Virginia, at (304) 558-0111 or by emailing Lisa.A.Tignor@wv.gov.

 

 

 

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