Committee Chairpersons

COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS

Comm Service     Sheila Gold

Legislative       Daniel Nnorth

Tours           Marilyn Clough

Membership    Shelly Schwartz

Opportunity Dwg   Carol Barcelos

Opportunity Dwg   Sue McMillin

Newsletter    Marlene Hruby

Refreshments       Ken Schieck

Sunshine       Irene Elardo

Telephone             Thelma Bridges

Public Relations    Karen Sanfilippo

Social Activities     Betty Maniglia

Treasure Chest    Jan Delucchi

Troop Support      Angie Jaggars

Lunch Coord.        Marilyn Simpkins
Nominating  Committee

Bette Maniglia

Jan DeLucchi

Shelly Schwartz

Karen Sanfilippo

Dominic Donato

Marilyn Clough

Thelma Bridges

Officers

OFFICERS CAMPBELL AREA CHAPTER 5151 of AARP

President     Marlene Hruby

VP/Programs      Ken Schieck

Secretary            Margaret Schieck

Treasurer     Rick Loek

AsstTreasurer     Sue McMillin

Past President    Marilyn Clough

Treasure Chest

Help Wanted—Treasure Chest We still need someone to take charge of the Treasure Chest while Jan is recuperating. You need a car and you can use one of the shopping carts she has to transport the goods. The quantity of merchandise can be much less than Jan brought. We really need to keep this going because it is one of our main fundraisers. Her helpers will be there to guide you. Won’t someone please volunteer? Call Marlene.

Volunteers

VOLUNTEERS – SUPER IMPORTANT— PLEASE SAVE THIS PAGE
The annual AARP Activities Report is very specific as to volunteer categories. Our Standing Rules state all community-oriented volunteer activities of our members shall be considered “chapter-sponsored.” These activities are in no way conducted by AARP, which has no responsibility in connection with such activities. Therefore, we are changing our reporting categories to match AARP’s definitions. This will make that dratted year-end report much easier to tally.

PLEASE CUT OUT AND SAVE THE FOLLOWING DEFINITIONS SO YOU CAN CLASSIFY YOUR ACTIVITIES EASILY.

Advocacy/Legislative:  Non-partisan activities supporting the goals and strategies of AARP, your AARP State Office or a local community need. Examples include get-out-the-vote campaigns, writing letter to Congress on issues of concern, or hosting a community issues forum.

Education/Scholarships or other: Programs designed to identify and support the ongoing education of deserving students in the community. Any other school- or education- based community activity, such as literacy2 projects, adopt-a-school-      programs, tutoring, building a school playground, collecting school supplies for needy children or instructing seniors on how to use a computer should also be included in this section.

Fundraising: Projects like bake sales, silent auctions and other activities that raise money for the chapter’s community service projects (i.e. our Treasure Chest and Opportunity Drawing).

Health and Wellness: This includes chapter support for events promoting physical activity.

Hunger: Chapter efforts or programs that support or fight hunger. Examples include food drives or donating money to help hunger.

Long-Term Care/Nursing Home Support: Programs in which members provide friendly visits, reading, letter writing, etc. for shut-ins, residents of nursing homes and veterans’ facilities, as well as general support for such facilities.

AARP’S DAY OF SERVICE

AARP Driver Safety

AARP Foundation Tax-Aide

All Other: This general category includes all other chapter community service projects, including clothing drives, other support for needy members of the community, disaster relief or emergency preparedness, outreach to the disabled community, Habitat for Humanity, services to youth and seniors, etc.

In 2015 we had 66 members volunteering for a total of 3,151 hours!! Dave More contributed 1,517 of those hours. Congratulations, David! All, keep up the good work and remember to tally your hours in the above categories each month and submit the form below. It is not necessary to detail where you volunteer, only the category. This will make it so much easier for the year-end report to National.

LOOK FOR A LEGISLATIVE REPORT NEXT MONTH!

PLEASE BE SURE TO PUT THIS REPORT IN THE PURPLE ENVELOPE EACH MONTH! THANKS.

VOLUNTEER HOURS REPORT: NAME______________________________________MONTH: __________________

ADVOCACY/LEGIS. _________________   EDUCATION __________________  FUNDRAISING_________________

HEALTH/WELLNESS  ________________  HUNGER _________________  CARE/NURSING HOME ____________

DAY OF SERVICE _________________   DRIVER SAFETY _____________  TAX-AIDE _______________________

ALL OTHER ________________________________________________________________________________________