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2nd Annual Earth Month Benefit Presented by Trixies Salon
Saturday, April 27th @ 5pm. All Ages. Vaudeville Mews. $10 Donation.
Bands:Cause for Concern, Stone Mills, Crystal City, The Getaway Scene
All proceeds will benefit the Audubon Mississippi River Initiative, which works to make the Mississippi River and its watershed a place where people prosper, and birds, fish, and wildlife thrive. They will be working to clean up Saylorville and Clear Lake.
Help prevent cat overpopulation and benefit local animal shelters.
For a $20 donation you can bring your outdoor tomcat in for
The City of Roland is hosting the Spring Training 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, April 6 at 9AM.
This run is being held as a fundraiser to support construction of Roland's new Britson Park.
The entry fee is $20 and includes a T-shirt and post race pancake breakfast. For information and registration, visit the park's website at www.britsonpark.org.
The Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority are holding a drive to collect items to make care packages to send to troops over seas. You can donate anything you want, a few exmaples of things people are donating are: magazines, books, games, cards, toiletries, clothing, etc. The drive is March 1st through April 12th. You can send items to 2007 Greeley Street, Ames, IA or there are some businesses in the area that also have donation boxes. If you have any questions feel free to contact email@example.com
A research study is being conducted at Iowa State University to investigate clothing fit issues experienced by young women who wear plus-size clothing.
Are you a female between the ages of 12 -17?
Do you have trouble finding clothing that fits in the styles you like?
You may be eligible to participate in this study. To participate, you will travel to the Iowa State University campus in Ames one time to discuss clothing fit issues with a researcher, and have a 3D body scan taken.
Approximately 1 and ½ hours of your time will be needed and you will compensated $25.00 and have the opportunity to enter a drawing for an iPod.
You must have written permission from a parent, guardian or legal representative to participate.
For additional information, eligibility, and to enroll in this study contact: LDRomeo@iastate.edu. Provide your name, phone number and best time to call. All participants’ identities will remain confidential.
Food at First is a local food program and food pantry with the goal of no one in ames ever going hungry. Because of donations from local food vendors and volunteer help, the operating costs stay low, but Food At First does have costs, and it needs your support. A donation of $25 or more makes you an official friend of Food at First, and you will recieve a special thank you gift. Food at first needs your help! For more information, to make a donation, or to sign up to volunteer go to www.foodatfirst.com.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Iowa's mission is to help children reach their potential through professionally supported one-to-one relationships with measurable impact. More than 200 children are waiting for someone just like you to become a mentor to them. You don't need a degree, special training, experience, or money - you just need to have fun and be yourself! Spend as little as 4 hours a month with a "little" and get a chance to be a kid again. Bigs and Littles get together in a variety of locations and at different times of the day to share a wide variety of experiences and activities. You choose what works best for you!
Sign up today at the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Iowa's website or call (515) 288-9025.