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Volunteer opportunities: Assisting the elderly, Daughter's Night Out

Daughter's Night Out

Volunteers are needed to help with Federal Way's annual Daughter's Night Out. This year's event will be held Saturday, Feb. 13. Volunteers are needed from 6-9 p.m. Duties include assisting with check-in, refreshments, flower sales and clean up. Contact Leah Fraine at leah.fraine@cityoffederalway.com or (253) 835-6926.

Assisting the elderly

• An elderly Federal Way woman is in need of a volunteer to help her with grocery shopping. The woman is legally blind and no longer able to make her own way to the grocery store. Twice monthly, a volunteer would be requested to pick her up, drive her to the store, assist her in finding needed items, then help carry her groceries into her apartment. The service would require only four hours per month and will permit the woman to remain living independently. Volunteers must be 21 or older. Contact Kizzie Funkhouser at kizzief@ccsww.org or (253) 850-2509.

• An elderly Federal Way woman is searching for a volunteer to assist with light housecleaning. Duties will include mopping and vacuuming. A volunteer would need to donate about two hours per month and must be at least age 16. For more information or to volunteer, contact Kizzie Funkhouser at kizzief@ccsww.org or (253) 850-2509

Science fair

Christian Faith School is seeking volunteer judges for a science fair Monday, Feb. 1. The event is located at the Federal Way campus. Judging starts at 9 a.m.

Preferably, judges will have a background in the field of science, math, technology, or engineering. Anyone interested in judging and who has a college degree will be considered. For information, contact Lydia206@yahoo.com

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