4-H is looking for 4-H leaders. Those who are interested should contact Sandra Carlson at the Oregon State University Extension at (503) 325-8573.
American Red Cross, 1054 Exchange St., needs a volunteer to assist with scheduling, recording payment, preparing materials, filing course records for classes and support coordination of volunteers for disaster services and blood drives. For information, contact Julie Flues at (503) 325-4721.
Astoria-Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce, 111 W. Marine Drive, needs volunteers at the chamber and for events. For information, contact Barb Roberts at (503) 325-6311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Caring Adults Developing Youth (CADY) Mentoring Program, 800 Exchange St., second floor, needs mentors for youths ages 10 to 17 who are at risk of school failure. The time commitment is one year of approximately eight hours per month. Reimbursement is available for mentor activity-related expenses. For information, contact Laura Parker at (503) 325-8601 or email@example.com
Clatsop Animal Assistance Inc. is looking for volunteers who have a strong commitment to work on behalf of the Clatsop Animal Shelters dogs and cats. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (503) 861-0737.
Clatsop County Animal Shelter is seeking animal care volunteers for one three-hour shift per week to make the animals stay at the shelter more comfortable. Duties include tidying their living space, exercising dogs and encouraging adoptions by showing animals to prospective adopters. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old. To pick up an application, stop by the shelter at 1315 S.E. 19th St. in Warrenton. For information, or to schedule orientation, call volunteer coordinator Leslie Atkinson at (503) 325-1000.
Clatsop Community College Outreach Literacy needs volunteer literacy tutors to work with adults. The student pool includes both native and non-native speakers. Training is available. For information, call (503) 338-2557.
Clatsop County Public Works, 1101 Olney Ave., needs volunteers to Adopt-A-Road, removing litter from a chosen county road segment two times (minimum) per year for two years. Safety equipment and supplies will be provided. Volunteers must receive a safety orientation from Public Works. For information, call (503) 325-8631.
Columbia Memorial Hospital seeks dynamic individuals to volunteer and provide assistance to patients, visitors and hospital staff. Training will be provided. To receive information about joining the hospital volunteer team go to www.columbiamemorial.org. To schedule an interview, call (503) 325-1164.
The Friends of Seaside Library are seeking volunteers to staff the fundraising store inside the new Seaside Public Library. For information and to volunteer, call the library at (503) 738-6742 or stop by the library at 1131 Broadway in Seaside.
The Knappa Rural Fire Protection District needs Knappa Volunteer Firefighters. Training and comradeship are provided. For information, contact any of the active personnel or call Chief Paul Olheiser at (503) 458-6610.
Loaves and Fishes, at 565 12th St., needs volunteers for dishwashing, Meals on Wheels delivery and table setting. Volunteers receive a free hot meal. For information, contact Donna Albus at (503) 325-9693.
The North Coast Veterans Medical Transport Service needs volunteer drivers to man the five day per week schedule to provide cost-free, regularly scheduled point-to-point transport to the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Portland and regional office appointments for all honorably discharged veterans. To volunteer, or for information, call Ken Rislow at (866) 325-2429.
The Seaside Downtown Development Association is always looking for volunteers to help with local events happening throughout the year and to put up and take down banners and flags for all events. To volunteer, or for information, call Laurie Oxley at (503) 717-1914 or email email@example.com
Start Making a Reader Today (SMART) needs volunteers to read to students one-on-one for one hour a week from Oct. 1 through May 15 at local elementary schools. For position information, go to www.getsmartoregon.org or call Diane Wilkinson, North Coast area manager at (503) 965-0062 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Svensen Congregate Mealsite, located at the Wickiup Grange Hall, 92683 Svensen Market Road, is looking for volunteers. Meals are served Wednesdays only, and volunteers work between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. For information call (503) 458-6800 or (503) 458-5295.
Titanic Lifeboat Academy needs a volunteer to help care for animals and assist with sustainable living projects. A minimum commitment of four hours per week is requested. Scheduling is flexible, though afternoons are preferred. Some training is provided. Volunteers receive training in principles of permaculture and sustainability. For information, contact Caren Black at (503) 325-6886.
Warrenton Senior Lunch Program needs volunteers to help with Meals-on-Wheels Mondays or Thursdays at the Warrenton Community Center, located at 170 S.W. Third St. For information, contact Barb Balensifer at (503) 861-1341. Help is also needed in the dining room or kitchen Mondays or Thursdays. For information, call Judy Sivley at (503) 861-2681. Volunteers receive a free hot meal.
Wildlife Rehab Center of the North Coast needs volunteers to help rehabilitate orphaned and injured wildlife at its new hospital. Contact Sharnelle Fee at (503) 338-0331 for information or go to www.coastwildlife.org