Simpson University has extended an invitation to community members interested in volunteering with Shasta County organizations to attend its annual Opportunity Fair on Friday.
“This is our first year to open the fair to community
members interested in volunteering,” Simpson coordinator of Community Services
Hannah Dewater said. “We’re excited for the opportunity to give people a
snapshot of those in our city and county who do good works every day and are
inviting others to join them in their service. The city is better when we work
Representatives from more than 30 businesses, organizations
and churches in the Redding area will be in attendance at the fair, which will
be held in the James M. Grant Student Life Center from 10:15-11:15 a.m.
As part of service requirements through the Service Seminar
class, Simpson students volunteer with churches and organizations for 30 hours each
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