Of NorthEast Ohio Events Calendar Looking for SV T-shirts??, click the Merchandise Tab. VOLUNTEER:  St Augustine Health Campus Bingo, West 78th & Detroit Avenue - Assist residents to and from the bingo room and help them play bingo. Great heartfelt event - the residents love the extra attention!  Secure parking available.  RSVP to Michael at 216-403-8228 or Mdhmessenger@aol.com  Tuesday April .29 6:00 - 8:00 Saturday April  26 9:00 - 1:00 VOLUNTEER:  St Augustine Hunger Center  2486 W. 14th Street, Cleveland (Tremont Area) - 8 to 10 volunteers needed to prepare and serve food to the homeless and hungry. Very rewarding project! St. Augustine needs more help so we will be there twice a month!  In addition to the last Saturday of every month, we'll also be there the second Saturday of each month.  Contact Michael at 216-403-8228 or Mdhmessenger@ aol.com. May 10 RSVP due for May 17th Asian Festival. May June VOLUNTEER:  St Augustine Health Campus Bingo, West 78th & Detroit Avenue - Assist residents to and from the bingo room and help them play bingo. Great heartfelt event - the residents love the extra attention!  Secure parking available.  RSVP to Michael at 216-403-8228 or Mdhmessenger@aol.com  Tuesday May 27 6:00 - 8:00 Saturday May 31 9:00 - 1:00 VOLUNTEER:  St Augustine Hunger Center  2486 W. 14th Street, Cleveland (Tremont Area) - 8 to 10 volunteers needed to prepare and serve food to the homeless and hungry. Very rewarding project! St. Augustine needs more help so we will be there twice a month!  In addition to the last Saturday of every month, we'll also be there the second Saturday of each month.  Contact Michael at 216-403-8228 or Mdhmessenger@ aol.com. Sunday May 4 4:30 - 6:00 VOLUNTEER: Women's Domestic Violence and Child Advocacy Center: Single volunteers will be cooking and serving dinner for the residents and children. We are not supposed to publish the address for security reasons, but it's on the near west side of Cleveland --- I'll provide the address when you sign up.   Note: this is a small project with a small kitchen and we only need 4-5 people ---- it fills up quickly. Be sure to reserve your place now! To help, contact Pat at  Dad5218@roadrunner.com.  The food will be provided for us to cook , but if you could bring a dessert to share ,that would be terrific.   Saturday May 17 7:00 SINGLE VOLUNTEERS Monthly Meeting,  Olmsted Community Church Meeting Room (7853 Main Street ,Olmsted Falls).  Come to discuss new projects and make new friends. Open to all singles, even if you're just curious about our Single Volunteer group.  Bring an appetizer or snack to share if you like (optional) – pizza, beverages and good company provided by Single Volunteers.  If you have questions about SV check out our website at www.svohio.org. .   Wednesday May 7 7:00 - 8:00 VOLUNTEER:  Mt. Alverna Bingo - 6765 State Road, Parma – Once a month we play Bingo with seniors.  It's like visiting with your grandparents; they love the extra companionship.  POC Debbie at dk3330@hotmail.com; 216-534-7024 Saturday May 10 9:00 - 1:00 VOLUNTEER:  St Augustine Hunger Center  2486 W. 14th Street, Cleveland (Tremont Area) - 8 to 10 volunteers needed to prepare and serve food to the homeless and hungry. This is one of our oldest volunteer events; we started to volunteer here over 10 years ago.  We loved this event early on; so much so that we now volunteer twice a month.  It's a great way to meet new friends; especially if you are new to our group.  Very rewarding project!   RSVP to our POC Mary Ellen:  rheinstro@att.net        Thursday May 15 7:00 - 8:00 VOLUNTEER:  South Hills Lend-A-Hand - Please join us as we pack bags for distribution at a local food bank serving the communities of Broadview Hts., Brecksville, Independence and Seven Hills. The facility is located in Building 21, which is one of the Broadview Hts. Community Center Auxiliary buildings off of Broadview and Oakes Roads. Contact Sheryl at sheryllayh@yahoo.com or 216-316-3928 Tuesday May 13 10:00 - 5:00 Training session at progressive field...  For all of those interested in volunteering with us at progressive field there is a training session set up..  The more members we have trained the better chance we have of alternating games dates so we are not all working more than 3 games...  Please let me know prior to Monday May 5th if you are available for this session.. I realize a lot of us work during the day but at this time there are no Saturday dates available..   This is a great opportunity for SV to raise funds for our charities...POC Sue smorgan@legalplans.com 440-821-6258 Cell VOLUNTEER: Women's Domestic Violence and Child Advocacy Center: Single volunteers will be cooking and serving dinner for the residents and children. We are not supposed to publish the address for security reasons, but it's on the near west side of Cleveland --- I'll provide the address when you sign up.   Note: this is a small project with a small kitchen and we only need 4-5 people ---- it fills up quickly. Be sure to reserve your place now! To help, contact Pat at  Dad5218@roadrunner.com.  The food will be provided for us to cook , but if you could bring a dessert to share ,that would be terrific.   Sunday May 18 4:30 - 6:00 Saturday May 17 VOLUNTEER:  Asian Festival on Payne Ave between East 27h and East 30th.  They need help as greeters, survey taking, parking, children's craft area etc.  Participants will receive a t-shirt, refreshments and breaks. They are asking for a minimum of two-hour blocks.  All volunteers must attend an orientation session, For additional information, please contact POC. Please RSVP by May 10th. POCs are Lisa at ligall440@gmail.com or Sue at smorgan@legalplans.com. Also runs on Sunday May 18th if anyone is interested in volunteering that day as well. VOLUNTEER:  St Augustine Health Campus Bingo, West 78th & Detroit Avenue - Assist residents to and from the bingo room and help them play bingo. Great heartfelt event - the residents love the extra attention!  Secure parking available.  RSVP to Michael at 216-403-8228 or Mdhmessenger@aol.com  Tuesday June 24 6:00 - 8:00 Saturday June 28 9:00 - 1:00 VOLUNTEER:  St Augustine Hunger Center  2486 W. 14th Street, Cleveland (Tremont Area) - 8 to 10 volunteers needed to prepare and serve food to the homeless and hungry. Very rewarding project! St. Augustine needs more help so we will be there twice a month!  In addition to the last Saturday of every month, we'll also be there the second Saturday of each month.  Contact Michael at 216-403-8228 or Mdhmessenger@ aol.com. Sunday June 1 4:30 - 6:00 VOLUNTEER: Women's Domestic Violence and Child Advocacy Center: Single volunteers will be cooking and serving dinner for the residents and children. We are not supposed to publish the address for security reasons, but it's on the near west side of Cleveland --- I'll provide the address when you sign up.   Note: this is a small project with a small kitchen and we only need 4-5 people ---- it fills up quickly. Be sure to reserve your place now! To help, contact Pat at  Dad5218@roadrunner.com.  The food will be provided for us to cook , but if you could bring a dessert to share ,that would be terrific.   Saturday June 21 7:00 SINGLE VOLUNTEERS Monthly Meeting,  Olmsted Community Church Meeting Room (7853 Main Street ,Olmsted Falls).  Come to discuss new projects and make new friends. Open to all singles, even if you're just curious about our Single Volunteer group.  Bring an appetizer or snack to share if you like (optional) – pizza, beverages and good company provided by Single Volunteers.  If you have questions about SV check out our website at www.svohio.org. .   Wednesday June 4 7:00 - 8:00 VOLUNTEER:  Mt. Alverna Bingo - 6765 State Road, Parma – Once a month we play Bingo with seniors.  It's like visiting with your grandparents; they love the extra companionship.  POC Debbie at dk3330@hotmail.com; 216-534-7024 Saturday June 14 9:00 - 1:00 VOLUNTEER:  St Augustine Hunger Center  2486 W. 14th Street, Cleveland (Tremont Area) - 8 to 10 volunteers needed to prepare and serve food to the homeless and hungry. This is one of our oldest volunteer events; we started to volunteer here over 10 years ago.  We loved this event early on; so much so that we now volunteer twice a month.  It's a great way to meet new friends; especially if you are new to our group.  Very rewarding project!   RSVP to our POC Mary Ellen:  rheinstro@att.net        Thursday June 19 7:00 - 8:00 VOLUNTEER:  South Hills Lend-A-Hand - Please join us as we pack bags for distribution at a local food bank serving the communities of Broadview Hts., Brecksville, Independence and Seven Hills. The facility is located in Building 21, which is one of the Broadview Hts. Community Center Auxiliary buildings off of Broadview and Oakes Roads. Contact Sheryl at sheryllayh@yahoo.com or 216-316-3928 Saturday June 14 6:00 - 7:30 VOLUNTEER:  St. Augustine Health Campus Happy Hour,  7801 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland.  Help transport residents and to serve snacks and beverages .There will be entertainment and volunteers are invited to partake of the snacks and beverages .  Contact Michael at 216-403-8228 or Mdhmessenger@aol.com VOLUNTEER: Women's Domestic Violence and Child Advocacy Center: Single volunteers will be cooking and serving dinner for the residents and children. We are not supposed to publish the address for security reasons, but it's on the near west side of Cleveland --- I'll provide the address when you sign up.   Note: this is a small project with a small kitchen and we only need 4-5 people ---- it fills up quickly. Be sure to reserve your place now! To help, contact Pat at  Dad5218@roadrunner.com.  The food will be provided for us to cook , but if you could bring a dessert to share ,that would be terrific.   Sunday June 15 4:30 - 6:00 Saturday May 10 3:00 - 10:00 VOLUNTEER:  "4 Miles 4 Water" 4 mile run/1 mile walk to be held at Edgewater Reservation from 3:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Race is sponsored by Drink Local, Drink Tap. Drink Local Drink Tap is a not for profit organization that inspires individuals to recognize and solve our water issues through creative education, events and providing safe water access to people in need. Their efforts are both local and global. Volunteers will be assigned to help out with various duties that come with a typical run/race and music festival activities. It looks like a great event. For more information about the race and the organization, please visit their web site at www.drinklocaldrinktap.org. For information on how to volunteer, please contact Jo Ann at craftyjo@sbcglobal.net or at 216-832-7913. I will send you the link to the volunteer website to access information about the shifts that are available along with the duties.       Sunday April .27 2:15 VOLUNTEER:  Streetcar Named Desire One of our generation’s most poignant dramas. Blanche duBois arrives at her sister Stella’s New Orleans apartment seeking refuge from a troubled past. Her ethereal spirit irks Stella’s husband, the coarse Stanley Kowalski. Crudely & relentlessly he unmasks the lies & delusions that sustain Blanche, until her frail hold on reality is shockingly severed. Cassidy Theatre, 6200 Pearl Rd., Parma Hts. We assist with ushering & concessions. Dress uniform. RSVP to Tom at singlebowler@gmail.com     Saturday May 31 11:30AM-1:30PM VOLUNTEER:  North Royalton Relay for Life at the North Royalton YMCA  (Corner of State and Wallings roads in North Royalton).  6 to 8 volunteers are wanted to serve a quick meal to about 50 survivors and possibly 50 guests in the survivor's tent.  We should be done by 1:30.  We are invited to stick around and walk the track or just hang out afterward.  We did this last year and it was fun, low stress, and worth our time.  Please consider signing up for this worthwhile event.  Dress is summer very casual.  T- shirts and shorts are fine, if it warms up by then. Contact Bob at bob.saunders@arcelormittal.com. 330-321-8204 cell Monday May 5 6:30 SOCIAL: Si Senor 7729 broadview road seven hills.  Let's celebrate  Cinco de Mayo.  A great variety of margarita's and lots of good Mexican dishes....  please respond prior to Wednesday April 30th  sue smorgan@legalplans.com 440-821-6258   VOLUNTEERING AT PROGRESSIVE FIELD Single Volunteers has the potential opportunity to work concession stands at Progressive Field for a minimum of 10 Indians games this season and we get paid to do this. We could potentially make $4,500 to $6,000 for our operating fund as well as supporting our charities’. We would not need to do fund raisers for our charities. This was discussed at the March board and general meetings. In order for the board to determine if we as an organization move forward with this opportunity, we need to know if the interest is there among our members. We need 25 volunteers who are willing to commit to working at minimum of 3 games (both evening and week-end options). If you are interested in volunteering for this event and can commit to working 3 or more games, please reply directly to Sue Morgan and let her know your interest by April 15th and how many games you can commit to working and any restrictions you may have (i.e.: week-end games only, ext). Sue can be contacted at email  smorgan@legalplans.com. If we move forward with this, it could open up other opportunities to do concessions stands at Gund, 1st Energy, Blossom, and Wolstein.  Overview of volunteering responsibilities related to working the concession stands.     Each volunteer must complete a 7 hour training session scheduled for Tuesday, May 13 from 10am - 5.   Designated team leaders must complete an additional 2-3 hr training session.     Each game will have a team leader who will arrive 3 1/2 hours before the start of the game to open stand, count cash register and start inventory counts and food prep.      All other volunteers must arrive 2 hrs before the start of the game.      The volunteers will be preparing and selling food, running cash registers and clean-up     Team leaders will be responsible for reporting inventory counts and cash register totals at the end of the shift to concession management SOCIAL:  Lunch at ThistleDown Racino Race Track/Casino - Let's enjoy a nice lunch as the live horse races take place.  It will be fun to place a wager or two on our favorite horses.   Casino playing, (over 1,100 VLT machines), will also be an option for attendees on the 1st floor.  All attendees will be ordering off the menu ($8 and up).  Our 'Reserve seats' will be indoors at Silks Restaurant on the 6th floor (elevator/escalators). Location will be:  21501 Emery Road/Warrensville Road, Warrensville North Exit off 480 - North Randall. Free Self Parking - or - Valet Parking.  RSVP before May 25th will be required.   POC:  Debbie (email: dk3330@hotmail.com) or call 216-534-7024 Saturday May 31 12:30 May 25 RSVP due for May 31st ThistleDown Event. Saturday June 21 1:00 - 5:00 VOLUNTEER:  Camp Cheerful,( 15000 Cheerful Lane , Strongsville) Volunteers needed to help move beds, rearrange furniture, and general cabin, kitchen and Great Hall cleaning and light yard maintenance. Camp Cheerful is easy to get to: Cheerful Lane is only a mile or so east of I-71 and SouthPark Mall off of Route 82 ( Royalton Rd). Camp Cheerful provides much needed year-round recreation and support programs that are open to children and adults with special needs.  For more information or to sign up, contact Pat at PJP2@Roadrunner.Com   .   Saturday July 26 8:30 - Noon VOLUNTEER:  Upside of Downs Buddy Walk Progressive FieldAssist the USOD with registration and various functions and activities.  Dress is summer casual.   This is usually a fun time.  They would like about a dozen or so volunteers.  Please sign up soon as this event usually fills up quickly.   Contact  Bob at bob.saunders@arcelormittal.com. 330-321-8204 cell July Saturday April  26 11:30 - 4:00 VOLUNTEER:   Ideastream 14th & Euclid (free parking in the playhouse square garage).  WVIZ auction.. Choose a job , bid runner, bid taker, board marker (your chance to be a television star).  For those who have done it in the past you should have gotten a post card to fill out & return or sign up at wviz.org/auction/signup.  POC Sue smorgan@legalplans.com 440-821-6258 Saturday May 10 4:00 - 6:00 VOLUNTEER:  (time is flexible) – Lend a Hand - This is STAMP OUT HUNGER DAY  sponsored by the Post Office.  We have an opportunity to come to the Lend a Hand food bank and help sort, stock and inventory the donated items.  The food bank supports the communities of Broadview Hts., Seven Hills and Independence.   The facility is located in Building 21, which is one of the Broadview Hts. Community Center Auxiliary buildings off of Broadview and Oakes Roads.  Contact Sheryl at sheryllayh@yahoo.com or 216-316-3928. If you are not able to help out at this event, please consider donating to your local post office, I cannot express how important this food collection is to all food banks. Monday June 2 6:30 -7:45 VOLUNTEER:  Kickball for Adults with Disabilities    3037 SOM Center Rd Mayfield Heights. The field is in the Chagrin Metroparks, just past the duck pond.  Our volunteer role will be to assist and encourage young adults playing kickball.  It is easy, fun and rewarding! We are listing the first Monday, but it will be every Monday through July 7th. OK East Siders, here is an event on your side of the tracks!  POC: Bob bob.saunders@arcelormittal.com  330-321-8204 or Mary Misunas @ mary.misunas@gmail.com. Monday June 9 6:30 -7:45 VOLUNTEER:  Kickball for Adults with Disabilities    3037 SOM Center Rd Mayfield Heights. The field is in the Chagrin Metroparks, just past the duck pond.  Our volunteer role will be to assist and encourage young adults playing kickball.  It is easy, fun and rewarding! Every Monday through July 7th. OK East Siders, here is an event on your side of the tracks!  POC: Bob bob.saunders@arcelormittal.com  330-321-8204 or Mary Misunas @ mary.misunas@gmail.com. Monday June 16 6:30 -7:45 VOLUNTEER:  Kickball for Adults with Disabilities    3037 SOM Center Rd Mayfield Heights. The field is in the Chagrin Metroparks, just past the duck pond.  Our volunteer role will be to assist and encourage young adults playing kickball.  It is easy, fun and rewarding! Every Monday through July 7th. OK East Siders, here is an event on your side of the tracks!  POC: Bob bob.saunders@arcelormittal.com  330-321-8204 or Mary Misunas @ mary.misunas@gmail.com. Monday June 23 6:30 -7:45 VOLUNTEER:  Kickball for Adults with Disabilities    3037 SOM Center Rd Mayfield Heights. The field is in the Chagrin Metroparks, just past the duck pond.  Our volunteer role will be to assist and encourage young adults playing kickball.  It is easy, fun and rewarding! Every Monday through July 7th. OK East Siders, here is an event on your side of the tracks!  POC: Bob bob.saunders@arcelormittal.com  330-321-8204 or Mary Misunas @ mary.misunas@gmail.com. Monday June 30 6:30 -7:45 VOLUNTEER:  Kickball for Adults with Disabilities    3037 SOM Center Rd Mayfield Heights. The field is in the Chagrin Metroparks, just past the duck pond.  Our volunteer role will be to assist and encourage young adults playing kickball.  It is easy, fun and rewarding! Every Monday through July 7th. OK East Siders, here is an event on your side of the tracks!  POC: Bob bob.saunders@arcelormittal.com  330-321-8204 or Mary Misunas @ mary.misunas@gmail.com. Monday July 7 6:30 -7:45 VOLUNTEER:  Kickball for Adults with Disabilities    3037 SOM Center Rd Mayfield Heights. The field is in the Chagrin Metroparks, just past the duck pond.  Our volunteer role will be to assist and encourage young adults playing kickball.  It is easy, fun and rewarding! Every Monday through July 7th. OK East Siders, here is an event on your side of the tracks!  POC: Bob bob.saunders@arcelormittal.com  330-321-8204 or Mary Misunas @ mary.misunas@gmail.com. Saturday May 3 10:00 - 1:00 VOLUNTEER:  Cleveland APL 9th Annual Pledge for Pets Radiothon with Q104.  Q104's Morning Show team will be on the air raising money for the animals and to support the special people who rescue, rehabilitate and care for them.  We need six volunteers to help man a group phone bank.  The phone bank volunteers are in the same room as Q104's Morning Show team and will serve as the "audience" for the broadcast.   Arrive at 9:30 for training.  Contact Margie at MillerM0123@yahoo.com or 440-610-9724.  The Animal Protective League is located at 1729 Willey Avenue in the Tremont area of Cleveland.  Friday May 23 6:30 SOCIAL:  Cuyahogo County fairgrounds Bagley Road entrance.  Let's kickoff the memorial day weekend at the the berea rib cook-off.  Admission is free on Friday...  good food, good friends. good music..  Burnt River Band  early Colin Dussault later...  hopefully sunny & 75..(plan B if the weather doesn't cooperate we can go to barbarinos at sprague & lindbergh they usually have a live music on a friday night.. POC sue smorgan@legalplans.com. cell 440-821-6258