Market Monday open Labor Day
Market hours are 3-6 p.m. on Labor Day. After a cold, wet spring and a cool summer, the Market is finally in full swing. Come for all your favorite varieties of tomatoes, sweet corn, cucumbers, potatoes and much more; the product diversity will amaze you. Our newest vendors offer caramels, soap, lotions and made-to-order sandwiches. Live music by Ken Benson. Market Monday, located at Sartell City Hall, runs through Oct. 21.
Mental Health Support Group for Families meets 2nd, 4th Wednesdays in SartellThe National Alliance on Mental Illness of Minnesota sponsors free support groups for families who have a relative with a mental illness. Led by trained facilitators who also have a family member with mental illness, the support groups help families develop better coping skills and find strength through sharing their experiences. A family support group meets at 6:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at Unity Spiritual Center, 931 5th Ave. N, Sartell. For information, call Chuck at 320-290-7713.
United Way volunteer opportunties
Country Manor seeks office help
This volunteer position is perfect for someone who enjoys paperwork and clerical work. The Country Manor Home Health Care office would like to have a volunteer to come one time per week for a two- to three-hour time frame to assist with putting charts together, alphabetizing, filing and shredding.
The office staff will train you and will be available to assist you throughout your volunteer hours. This position requests a volunteer to come once a week for a period of two to three hours. The time period is very flexible and can be arranged around when the volunteer is available. For more information, contact Jacquie Hartman, Country Manor Home Health Care, at 320-253-1920.
Help with adult education
Central Minnesota Adult Basic Education helps adults to become fully participating, self-sufficient members of our society. They help local adults to learn or improve basic reading, writing or math skills, earn a General Education Diploma, improve English language skills or learn more about parenting. You can help by assisting as an ESL certified tutor, ESL classroom assistant or ABE classroom assistant. Gain exposure to different cultures, work with a professional teacher and gain experience for your resume. All volunteers will complete an application, criminal background check ($20) and training will be provided. For more information, contact Jane Stevenson, volunteer coordinator, at 320-529-6500.
Tri-CAP is looking for volunteer drivers. Transport residents to medical and other appointments using your own vehicle. Interested people need to complete an application prior to screening. This position requires a clean driving record for the past five years with no ticketed violations. For more information, contact Linda Elfstrand, transportation director, at 320-202-7824.
Share your musical talent
Opportunity Matters is a local non-profit dedicated to working with individuals with physical and/or mental disability. They are searching for talented volunteers who play an instrument. Volunteer(s) are needed one to two times per month to entertain a group of clients and share their love of music. Dates for this volunteer opportunity are very flexible. Preferred evenings: 6:15-7:15 p.m.. Youth groups welcome. Organization and volunteer program training provided. For more information, contact Brenda Eggerth, volunteer coordinator, at 320-240-1900 ext. 218.