Assistance League of the Bay Area to hold prospective member meeting Sept. 17
Assistance League of the Bay Area is holding an information meeting for prospective members at 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 17, at the league's resale shop.
According to a press release, the event will be a casual social gathering with league members available to answer questions and provide information. The Assistance League of the Bay Area is an all-volunteer nonprofit group that helps at-risk populations in the community, according to its website.
The group contributed 24,300 volunteer hours in the area during the last fiscal year, according to the release. It also provided over 70 area children with scholarships to attend a summer school program at the University of Houston Clear Lake.
First-year members are required to attend monthly membership meetings from September through May, according to the website. New members are also required to work one four-hour shift in the resale shop, and attend several training sessions sponsored by the group.
The Assistance League Resale Shop is at 100 E. NASA Parkway, Suite 80, Webster.
For more information on the meeting, contact Dee Cover at 512-656-1059 or email email@example.com.
For additional information on the league's activities and programs, visit bayarea.assistanceleague.org.
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