If you or family members in your household are suffering from cabin fever, here are some opportunities to work in isolation outside the home (or in very small and socially distanced work groups.)
IMPORTANT VOLUNTEER NEEDS AND OPPORTUNITIES
The Garden which serves the Southside Food Bank
needs volunteers and 4″ or 6-pack pots
The Produce for the People community garden grows two to three thousand pounds of lovely produce for us each year. Much of the labor is provided by school groups, which have of course been cancelled this year. If you can help volunteer in the garden, contact Sue Domingues at 541.231.3859. Current work parties are Monday 9am-noon and Thursday 9am-noon. She could also use donations of 4” pots or 6 pack pots for plant starts, you can make arrangements with Sue to drop these off or just bring them to the food bank and we’ll pass them on to her.
Our Church Grounds and Flower Beds Need some TLC
Thanks so much to members of our Property Committee who have been mowing and to those who have already been doing some trimming. However, there are many weeds. If you can help, please contact our Property Committee Chair, Ron Larson, for details at 541-752-0754.
A Blood Drive is scheduled at Grace Lutheran on Thursday, April 16th in Ronnenkamp Hall from 10 am to 3 pm. Contact Marna Renshaw to make an appointment at 541-286-4537. See further details in the April issue of Grace Gatherings.