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Villages Parrot Heads Club Volunteers Help Wanted

(receive Parrot Points)

 

Volunteer Trustee: Jaci Burdash, jlb2500@gmail.com, 312 209-9090

 

Jaci tracks and records the Parrot Points reported to her from our

Monthly Phlocking Chairs, Club Special Event Chairs, and Out of Club Contacts.

 

Email the below contacts if you are interested in volunteering.

More details of volunteer needs are in the current newsletter and on the Facebook page, both of which can be reached at https://www.villagesparrotheads.com/

 

Phlocking Attendance: Jaci Burdash, jlb2500@gmail.com

 

50/50: Deb Warren, Warrendeborah7@gmail.com

 

Members Table: Johnny Ward, johnnyward300@yahoo.com

 

New Members Table: Judy Turner, jturner2833@yahoo.com

 

Phins-Up Shop: Jim Dieleman, Hawkaye0089@aol.com

 

Security: David Walls, dmwalls2001@yahoo.com

 

Golf Tournament: David Walls, dmwalls2001@yahoo.com

 

Poker Run: Kathi Purdy, phpurdy22@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

Volunteer Positions Outside Our Club
(receive Parrot Points)

 

To be an approved charity, it must be a “not-for-profit” organization and registered with the State of Florida. Also, the contact or assistance must be willing to track the volunteer’s hours worked each month and report them back to our Volunteer Trustee to receive Parrot Points. Email the charity contact below if you are interested and tell them you are a Parrot Head.

 

Wildwood Soup Kitchen: Barbara McManus, barb.mcmanus@yahoo.com, 352-299-6494. A church based not-for-profit organization that feeds the hungry in Wildwood Florida, complete the application, and include that you are a Parrot Head. Website: wildwoodsoupkitchen.orgVillages

 

Regional Hospital: Gloria Counselman, tvrhvpo@centflhealth.org, 352-751-8176

 

Cornerstone Hospice: Heidi Gamet, hgaumet@cshospice.org

 

Operation Homebound: OHB@northlakepc.org, 352-689-1023.  A Meals on Wheels program for The Villages and surrounding areas.

 

Best Buddies International: centralflorida@bestbuddies.org, 407-898-0787.  The charity is dedicated to ending the social, physical, and economic isolation for people with disabilities, e.g. downs syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy and traumatic brain injury.

Shepherd’s Lighthouse: Kathie Niesem, katcarl@prodigy.net, 847-641-3287.  The charity helps homeless women and mother’s with children get back on their feet by providing temporary shelter and training. The charity also has open positions on their Board of Directors.

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