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  • 9th Annual Watershed Stream Cleanups

    Help keep your watershed clean and litter-free by participating in SBMWA's 8th Annual Stream Cleanups! With events in 12 municipalities over 2 weekends, you have several opportunities to be with your friends, family, and neighbors. Refreshments and t-shirts will be provided!

    Wear long sleeves and closed-toe shoes. Bring a water bottle and work gloves, if you have them. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

    Stream Cleanup locations in Cranbury Twp, East Windsor Twp, Franklin Twp, Hillsborough Twp, Hopewell Twp, Millstone Twp, Monroe Twp, Montgomery Twp, Plainsboro Twp, Princeton, and West Windsor Twp. See website for specific dates and meeting locations.

    Ends April 18, 2015, 1:00 PM

  • Outdoor Photography and Videography Opportunity!

    StreamTeam is looking for qualified photographers and/or videographers who are interested in donating their time and talents to capture the volunteer spirit for our upcoming Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 18. StreamTeam is a volunteer based program of Clark Public Utilities that coordinates stream restoration and environmental education activities throughout Clark County. We are seeking advanced amateur photographers who have interest in taking digital photos of our community event, as well as a videographer interested in capturing and editing footage of the event. Volunteers must provide their own equipment for a great day in the field. Please contact Ashley King at (360) 992-8585, or visit for more program information.

    Ends April 18, 2015, 3:30 PM

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  • Literacy Council of Northern Virginia Volunteer Orientation

    The Literacy Council of Northern Virginia will host an open orientation event on Saturday April 18th at the James Lee Community Center at 2855 Annandale Road in Falls Church to inform prospective volunteers and supporters about available opportunities. LCNV recruits and trains volunteer tutors, classroom teachers, class aides, and student assessment specialists to work with adult learners who need help with reading, writing, speaking, and understanding English. LCNV also seeks committed office volunteers to assist with logistics, outreach, and data entry.

    Contact Tony at to RSVP for the orientation or to ask questions about our current volunteer needs.

    Starts April 18, 2015, 2:00 PM

  • Walk in Their Shoes (awareness walk)

    Nashville, TN, US Sexual Assault Center

    We invite you to join us at our family friendly annual awareness event: Walk in Their Shoes. Every year hundreds of Middle Tennesseans come together to create awareness, raise funds and support survivors of sexual violence. We take this opportunity to celebrate the survivors of sexual violence. Our clothesline art project is proudly displayed which gives our clients the opportunity to share their story. Other family friendly activities include booths, music and food trucks. It is a great way for our community to invest in the lives of survivors and help end sexual violence.

    Event date: Saturday April 18.

    Time: Pre-party and Registration: 9am. Walk: 10:30am.

    Location: S.A.C. 101 French Landing Dr. Nashville TN 37228

    5 ways you can be involved:

    1. Attend the Walk: Invite your friends and family to join you! Click here to register!

    2. Fundraise: Even if you can't attend the walk, you can still raise funds to support S.A.C.

    3. Raise Awareness: take a stand on social media and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

    4. Corporate Sponsorship: We have 5 different levels of giving sponsorship as well as the option to provide an in-kind donation. Download the sponsorship packet here.

    5. Volunteer: We have lots of ways to help at the event including directing parking, set up/tear down, registering walkers, and more. Email us to sign up.

    Starts April 18, 2015, 2:00 PM

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