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Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Shelton's Wesley Village seeks volunteers

SHELTON >> Volunteering at Wesley Village can be a highly rewarding experience. Owned and operated by United Methodist Homes, Wesley Village in Shelton provides a wide range of opportunities for volunteers to serve seniors in a variety of housing and healthcare settings.

Volunteers are needed to help in the following areas: people who play the piano or guitar, transporting to and from the Beauty Salon via wheelchair, assistance with clerical work, friendly visitors, manicures, scrabble, flex and stretch, walking club, coffee hour, travel buff, history buff, book club leader, pinochle player, poker, word games, trivia, and bingo. We will match your talents and skills with our needs. There are many opportunities for adults and students ages 14 and older.  If you have time to help others and are looking for a satisfying experience that can contribute to an overall feeling of well-being and health in your life — volunteer.

Please contact Barbara Quinn, Director of Volunteers at Wesley Village, 203-944-8292.

This is a press release from Marissa Salvesen, marketing and promotions manager for United Methodist Homes.

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