Of NorthEast Ohio Events Calendar Looking for SV T-shirts??, click the Merchandise Tab. Saturday January 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. Wear 'em if you got 'em! Your SV t-shirt that is! Remember they’re a great way to advertise for SV and you can wear them at any SV event (unless it's a formal affair). 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 Feb.24 6:00 - 8:00 Saturday Feb. 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 Feb. 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 Feb. 21 7:00 SINGLE VOLUNTEERS Monthly Meeting,  United Methodist Church of Berea,170 Seminary Street,  Berea.   Game night!  Bring a board game or card game and let’s have some fun!  Open to all singles, even if you're just curious about our Single Volunteer group.  Bring a Valintine’s 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 Feb. 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 Feb. 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 Feb. 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, 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 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 Feb. 15 4:30 - 6:00 Wednesday Feb. 4 4:30 VOLUNTEER:  Food Pantry, produce distribution, Blessed Trinity Parish, 14040 Puritas Ave.. Cleveland. Volunteers are needed to distribute fresh produce delivered by the Cleveland Food Bank to local people in need. Volunteers are also needed to help with traffic control & parking, table set up & tear down, sorting & distributing produce, client sign in and  line management. Meet in the back parking lot. If volunteers are available earlier, that would be terrific or show up to help whenever you can.  This is going to be an outdoor project and volunteers are encouraged to wear a high number of layers of warm appropriate winter clothing. For more information or to sign up contact Pat Dad5218@Roadrunner.Com Saturday Feb. 14 6:00 - 9:00 VOLUNTEER: 8-10 volunteers needed to help serve and clean up at a spaghetti dinner at Christ the King Church, 30635 Lorain Road, North Olmsted. The dinner is a fundraiser “Oh How He Loves Us” held by One Mind One Mouth Ministries (http://www.onemindonemouthministries.org/) to raise funds for their work for the National Day of Prayer to be held on May 7, 2015. The ministry facilitates oneness in the Body of Christ, plans and promotes the National Day of Prayer event on Public Square and in surrounding regions, and mobilizes city-wide prayer across the region. This sounds like a great project for Valentine’s Day, to be of service to others and to be a small part of this great project. Afterwards we will pick a place to socialize with our friends. For further information please contact POC Jo Ann Solnick @ craftyjo@sbcglobal.net or at 216-832-7913. Please volunteer by February 7 as I will need to let the volunteer co-ordinator know our numbers.     Saturday Feb. 7 Deadline for volunteers for spaghetti dinner project on February 14. Friday Feb. 6 7:00 - Midnight SOCIAL:  Slim & Chubby's, 12492 Prospect Rd, Strongsville.  Let's head to Slim & Chubby's for dinner and stay for the band. 1988 performs the danceable and head banging "big hair" hits of the 80's. Dinner, dancing, drinks, and fun!  RSVP to Penny @ 216-688-1753 or pjdavis73@yahoo.com. March 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 March.31 6:00 - 8:00 Saturday March 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 March 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 March 21 7:00 SINGLE VOLUNTEERS Monthly Meeting,  United Methodist Church of Berea,170 Seminary Street,  Berea.  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 March 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 March 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 March. 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, 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 March 14 4:00 - 7:00 VOLUNTEER:  St. Augustine Health Campus Dinner,  7801 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland.  Help transport residents and to serve the meal .There will be entertainment and volunteers are invited to partake of the food.  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 March 15 4:30 - 6:00 Tuesday Feb.24 8:30 -11:30AM VOLUNTEER:  Needed 3-4 volunteers to assist our staff with food delivery to the residents at the Abington Arms Apartments, 11501 Mayfield Road. Once a month, on the 4th Tuesday, the Cleveland Food Bank brings food to our facility which needs to be distributed to our residents. If you can spare some time on a Tuesday morning, please contact me. POC Dana at 216-978-1473 or danabaker@millenniahousing.com Saturday Feb. 14 7:00 - 11:00 SOCIAL: Let’s go dancing!  This year's Valentine's Dance Party, a fundraiser for PWP Chapter 1395, will have a unique twist to it. The event will be a BYOB event. Don Umerley Civic Center, 21016 Hilliard Blvd, Lounge, Rocky River -  This means that you will need to bring whatever you want to drink AND anything that you want to eat too. So if you really want to celebrate the holidays (and I know of a few birthdays too) please plan on coming out with your favorites friends, beers, wine, booze, food, cake and holiday treats! There WILL NOT be any alcohol for sale at the event as we would need to have a liquor license - (not gonna happen). You can also bring your own pop and water but we will have that for sale for $1 each. If you have never been to this hall, it is very nice with a hardwood floor throughout and will be tastefully decorated for the season! The music will cover the 60's to present day featuring sounds of the holiday to include: Rock N Roll, R & B, Line Dances, Disco, Slow Dances and some Country. Free & Plenty of Parking!! All For $8!!!!! What a Deal!!  There will not be a line dance lesson this night as the event itself will run from 7 PM to 11 PM. So come out and celebrate the holiday with us and dance the night away!  POC is Greg - email:  jokerbay@aol.com     Saturday Feb. 14 7:15 VOLUNTEER: Cassidy Theater  ‘9 to 5 The Musical’.. Three unlikely friends take control of their office and learn there is nothing they can't do, even in a man's world.  Pushed to the boiling point, three female co-workers concoct a plan to get even with their boss.  In a hilarious turn of events, Violet, Judy and Doralee live out their wildest fantasy - giving their boss the boot!  While Hart remains "otherwise engaged," the women give their workplace a dream makeover, taking control of the company that had always kept them down.  Hey, a girl can scheme, can't she?  Music & lyrics by Dolly Parton book by Patricia Resnick based on the 20th century fox picture .We assist with concessions & ushering.. Dress uniform of solid color shirt or SVO shirt, dress pants & dress shoes.  6200 Pearl Road, Parma Hts in the Greenbriar Commons, behind Yorktown Lanes, the Parma Hts library & the police/fire station.  POC Sue smorgan@legalplans.com cell 440-821-6258.     Friday Feb. 20 7:15 VOLUNTEER: Cassidy Theater  ‘9 to 5 The Musical’.. Three unlikely friends take control of their office and learn there is nothing they can't do, even in a man's world.  Pushed to the boiling point, three female co-workers concoct a plan to get even with their boss.  In a hilarious turn of events, Violet, Judy and Doralee live out their wildest fantasy - giving their boss the boot!  While Hart remains "otherwise engaged," the women give their workplace a dream makeover, taking control of the company that had always kept them down.  Hey, a girl can scheme, can't she?  Music & lyrics by Dolly Parton book by Patricia Resnick based on the 20th century fox picture .We assist with concessions & ushering.. Dress uniform of solid color shirt or SVO shirt, dress pants & dress shoes.  6200 Pearl Road, Parma Hts in the Greenbriar Commons, behind Yorktown Lanes, the Parma Hts library & the police/fire station.  POC Sue smorgan@legalplans.com cell 440-821-6258.     Sunday Feb. 22 2:15 VOLUNTEER: Cassidy Theater  ‘9 to 5 The Musical’.. Three unlikely friends take control of their office and learn there is nothing they can't do, even in a man's world.  Pushed to the boiling point, three female co-workers concoct a plan to get even with their boss.  In a hilarious turn of events, Violet, Judy and Doralee live out their wildest fantasy - giving their boss the boot!  While Hart remains "otherwise engaged," the women give their workplace a dream makeover, taking control of the company that had always kept them down.  Hey, a girl can scheme, can't she?  Music & lyrics by Dolly Parton book by Patricia Resnick based on the 20th century fox picture .We assist with concessions & ushering.. Dress uniform of solid color shirt or SVO shirt, dress pants & dress shoes.  6200 Pearl Road, Parma Hts in the Greenbriar Commons, behind Yorktown Lanes, the Parma Hts library & the police/fire station.  POC Sue smorgan@legalplans.com cell 440-821-6258.