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The Sedona Women — Community Service Opportunities

The Community Service Committee is excited about our upcoming calendar of events.

If you have an idea for a future project, please let us know.  The TSW general guidelines for a community project are below.  Also, The Sedona Women consider what projects are already committed on the calendar and the availability of volunteers.  

 1)  A clear, defined need; and         
 2)  An opportunity for our membership to participate in the execution of a worthwhile project, which in turn, offers members a 
platform to get to know each other better.   

We look forward to hearing from you or seeing you at one of our Volunteer Events below. 

Welcome back to all returning members and a huge welcome to all new members. We have a full year of volunteer opportunities in the upcoming year starting in October! Join us at one or all of these events!

Have fun and clean up our Oak Creek Canyon October 10
Mark your calendars now to help clean up our canyon. We will meet at the Baldwin Trailhead off Verde Valley School Road at 8:30am on Tuesday, October 10, and spend a couple of hours cleaning up trash under the supervision of the Oak Creek Watershed Council. It’s fun and all abilities are welcome!!! Potential gathering for lunch after. To volunteer, contact Pam DeLay at or 740-243-2408.

Food Drive at the October 12 Meeting
Please bring your food items to the October 12 general meeting at the library for our annual Sedona Community Food Bank food drive. The Food Bank feeds over 800 families a year and demand continues to be high. If you can’t come to the meeting, please drop food off at the Food Bank at 30 Inspirational Drive (note the new address) any Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday between 8am and 11am. The Food Bank particularly appreciates donations of condiments, brown rice, coffee, juice, and individual low-added-sugar juices for children.

Please help with the St. Andrews Community Dinner October 23
Mark your calendars now to volunteer to help with the Community Dinner at St. Andrews Church in West Sedona between 2pm and 6pm. The Sedona Women plan, prepare, serve, and clean up a dinner in the church hall for anyone in the community who wants a dinner. To volunteer, contact Marilyn Bealafeld by email or phone: or 734-558-1085.

It is a health department requirement that all volunteers handling food in any way must take and pass an ANSI-accredited Food Handler Training Course. "360 Learn 2 Serve" is one of several online courses for this certification. The class and test will take about 2 hours to complete. The fee is about $9.00 and the certification is good for two years. For information, visit

The Blanket Bee is back October 26
Again we plan to have fun together October 26 at 1:30pm helping tie fleece blankets for children in need through Old Town Mission in Cottonwood. This event is being hosted by Loris Benson and Kathy Karlic at Loris’ home. Contact Loris Benson 435-640-9504 or Kathy Karlic 716-392-0465 for more information and to volunteer.


The Sedona Community Food Bank Needs Your Continued Help!

Your Food Bank is always in need of non-perishables for those in need.  This month the Food Bank would especially appreciate donations of condiments, cold cereal, Progresso soups, canned meats, juices, crackers and chips.  Drop off donations at the Food Bank any Monday, Tuesday or Thursday between 8am and 11am.  The Food Bank is located in the lower level of 680 Sunset Dr, Sedona, AZ 86336. 

The Sedona Women 
PO Box 405
Sedona, AZ 86339

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