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One Time Projects

If you have any questions about one time projects, please email Anna at   gammasigservicevp@gmail.com
Glasgow Tree Lighting

Glasgow Park

Friday December 7

4-10 pm

Help out New Castle County at their annual tree lighting holiday event at Glasgow Park!

You'll be helping with refreshments, doing crafts with kids, crowd control and other needed help!

Up to 40 members can go on the project.

Please get to lot 19 BY 4 pm. The project starts at 4:30 and should end at around 9:30 pm.

the sign up is here!!

Canning @ Zingo's

Thursday 12/7, 10:45am-1:15pm

Location: Zingo's

Help fundraise for Curvy Girls by going canning at Zingo's!! You'll be canning from 11-1. Please meet at Lot 19 by 10:45m, you should be back by 1:15pm!

Opportunities for Individual Hours

Remember to get the individual hours form signed and to turn it in!
Empowering Strong Minds and Healthy Heart Conference

Saturday 2/1, 7am-3pm

Location: Banyard Middle School

The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority will be having their annual Empowering Strong Minds and Healthy Heart Conference, and Attack Addiction will be hosting a table event and a speaker. If you are interested in volunteering at the table, let Angie Young know at angie.young@attackaddiction.org or text her 302-312-4513.

Newark High School Mentor

Wednesdays+Thursday mornings

Location: Newark High School

Looking for a way to make a difference in a student’s life? There is a high level of student interest to have a mentor at Newark High School! As a Mentor you will be making a difference in the lives of our students. Mentors are safe, trained, committed adults who spend time with a student who has been identified as needing some additional individual attention.  All it takes is an 1 day per week and the desire to help a student become all he or she can be (which is held from 8:44 – 9:29 am on Wednesdays and Thursdays at NHS). Connecting Generations Creative Mentoring program will train you about the appropriate roles of a mentor, how to listen and connect with a student as well as how to handle difficult situations.  Their training and mentor handbook will prepare you to build effective relationships with your mentee.  All mentors complete an application and background checks (all free of charge). 

To learn more about becoming a Creative Mentor, visit www.connecting-generations.org or call 302-656-2122. Or you can reach out to Patti Tobin, the Mentor Coordinator at Newark High via email at patti.tobin@christina.k12.de.us