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Juneau's Meals On Wheels Program is currently seeking dependable, trustworthy people to serve as meal delivery volunteers. Volunteers who are able to serve homebound elders in the Lemon Creek area around the noon hour are particularly needed at this time. MOW is always looking for more on call volunteer drivers. It serves homebound elders all over town.
Meals On Wheels delivery volunteers needed 042413 NEWS 1 Capital City Weekly Juneau's Meals On Wheels Program is currently seeking dependable, trustworthy people to serve as meal delivery volunteers. Volunteers who are able to serve homebound elders in the Lemon Creek area around the noon hour are particularly needed at this time. MOW is always looking for more on call volunteer drivers. It serves homebound elders all over town.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Story last updated at 4/24/2013 - 2:18 pm

Meals On Wheels delivery volunteers needed

Juneau's Meals On Wheels Program is currently seeking dependable, trustworthy people to serve as meal delivery volunteers. Volunteers who are able to serve homebound elders in the Lemon Creek area around the noon hour are particularly needed at this time. MOW is always looking for more on call volunteer drivers. It serves homebound elders all over town.

Volunteers wishing to serve the Valley and Auke Bay routes would pick up the meals at St. Paul's Church. Those delivering meals on the Downtown, Douglas, North Douglas and Lemon Creek routes would pick up the meals at the Juneau senior center. Most routes include about 10-15 homes and take volunteers about one hour to complete.

Volunteers are needed to deliver a regular delivery route one day a week or to serve as substitutes on an occasional basis. Training is provided. For further information, call Zachary Hozid at 463-6179.


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