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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. 


Annual Diaper Drive February 8

Because of the January meeting cancellation, please remember to bring diapers and unscented wipes to the meeting on February 8. The most needed sizes of diapers are 3 to 5, as well as unscented wipes. The recipients of these much needed items are clients of the Sedona Community Food Bank. If you are unable to attend the meeting, you can drop off your donations at the Food Bank Monday thru Thursday between 7:30 am and noon at 30 Inspirational Drive.


Volunteers Needed for the Community Dinner March 11

Please volunteer to help with the Community Dinner at St. Andrews Church in West Sedona between 2 and 6 pm Monday, March 11. The Sedona Women plan, prepare, serve, and clean up a dinner in the church hall for anyone in the community who wants a dinner. Contact Marilyn Bealafeld to volunteer by email or phone: mbealafeld@yahoo.com or 734-558-1085.

If you want to be a part of the food preparation, serving or any kitchen work, 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. This course will be offered free at through St. John Vianney Church; details will be provided here when they become available. 

If that free course does not fit your schedule, you can also take an online class. "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. Visit www.360training.com for details.


Oak Creek Cleanup March 19

Sign up now for this worthwhile and fun opportunity on Tuesday, March 19. We will meet at 8:30am at Indian Gardens on Route 89A in the canyon. Under the leadership of the Oak Creek Watershed Council staff and volunteers, we will be divided into groups depending on ability and clean up several areas in Oak Creek Canyon. ALL abilities welcome! Friends welcome to sign up and come with you!

The Oak Creek Watershed Council provides gloves, buckets, vests, pickers, and leadership. They will take the trash and weigh it when we are finished, and we'll take a photo to show off our efforts. Plan on arriving by 8:30am, when we'll review safety protocols and hand out equipment. Then we'll drive to various pullouts along the creek and pick up trash.

By 11:00am we will return to Indian Gardens and return equipment. Those who want to continue the fun are invited to join for lunch at Indian Gardens if it is open that day. To sign up or for more information, contact Pam DeLay, delaypamela@gmail.com.



The Sedona Community Food Bank Needs Your Continued Help!

Your Food Bank is always in need of non-perishables for those in need.  The Food Bank especially appreciates donations of condiments, cold cereal, Progresso soups, canned meats, juices, crackers and chips.  Drop food off at the Food Bank at 30 Inspirational Drive (note the new address) any Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday between 8am and 11am.


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PO Box 405
Sedona, AZ 86339

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