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Volunteer as an Election Day Official

   Friday, January 10th, 2014 - by: Brian Herzog, Head of Reference

Seal of the Town of ChelmsfordThe Town Clerk of Chelmsford, Onorina Maloney, is recruiting residents to preserve the democratic process by helping out on election day.

We are looking for vibrant, energetic individuals who are interested in participating in the most important democratic exercise: elections!

We are hoping to attract sharp individuals who enjoy following rules and upholding the law, as well as, respecting the process in aiding all individuals celebrate their right to vote. We are looking for workers to check in and out, greeters and ballot box attendants. We are also eager to sign up several Wardens and Clerks. The Warden and Clerks roles are quite critical and this is where attention to detail, tact and impeccable people skills are a must.

If you know individuals who can commit a few days per year, plus some fun training, please send them our way.

I guarantee you, here in Chelmsford we do elections in a super FUN way and are PROUD of it!

Thank you for your gracious assistance.

Gratefully,

Onorina Z. Maloney, CMMC
Town Clerk

Volunteers can download and fill out the Election Worker Profile Sheet [pdf] and turn it into the Town Clerk's office:

Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4 pm

Town of Chelmsford
50 Billerica Road
Chelmsford, MA 01824
Phone: 978.250.5205
Fax: 978.250.5208
omaloney@townofchelmsford.us
http://www.townofchelmsford.us/Town-Clerk.cfm

Thank you to everyone who performs this civic duty! For more election information, please visit the Town's Voter Information webpage.

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Chelmsford Volunteer Fair is Saturday, March 16, 2013

   Tuesday, March 12th, 2013 - by: Brian Herzog, Head of Reference

volunteerAre you looking for interesting volunteer work?

Do you represent an organization that needs volunteers?

The annual "This is Chelmsford" Volunteer Fair is this Saturday!

Saturday, March 16, 2013
10 a.m. - noon
at the Chelmsford Senior Center
75 Groton Road, North Chelmsford (map)

Any teens or adults looking to volunteer in the community, or for activities to add to your resume, are encouraged to attend and connect with local organizations and agencies that need help. Over 30 groups will be exhibiting this year, and a complete list, with links to their websites, is available on the Volunteer Fair webpage.

Organizations or individuals looking for more information on the Fair should contact the Library's Community Services Department (kcryanhic@mvlc.org or 978-256-5521, x109).

ChelmsfordVolunteers.org
For more information on volunteer opportunities and organizations, check out ChelmsfordVolunteers.org - it offers a calendar of events, a searchable database of organizations, and links to other online volunteering resources.

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Volunteer as an Election Day Deputy Warden

   Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 - by: Brian Herzog, Head of Reference

Seal of the Town of ChelmsfordThe Town Clerk of Chelmsford, Onorina Maloney, is recruiting residents to preserve the democratic process by helping out on election day.

We have an amazing and hectic Presidential election next month. We are in need of passionate, energetic individuals to work the whole day as Deputy Wardens. The hours would be from 6 am until possibly 10 pm (or later). We are also in need of energetic poll workers to work either the full or half day.

Yes, it is a long day; however, it is one of the most exhilarating experiences to be part of the ultimate democratic celebration.

I will have training on October 23, just for Wardens and Precincts Clerks and on October 25 for the Poll workers.

Please let me know if you are interested, and if any of your co-workers, or volunteers are interested. My goals is to have any individual fully trained and be able to commit to this election and to future elections.

Thank you very much.

Gratefully,

Onorina Z. Maloney, CMMC
Town Clerk

Volunteers can download and fill out the Election Worker Profile Sheet [pdf] and turn it into the Town Clerk's office:

Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4 pm

Town of Chelmsford
50 Billerica Road
Chelmsford, MA 01824
Phone: 978.250.5205
Fax: 978.250.5208
omaloney@townofchelmsford.us
http://www.townofchelmsford.us/Town-Clerk.cfm

Thank you to everyone who performs this civic duty! For more election information, please visit the Town's Voter Information webpage.

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Unique (and musical) Volunteer Opportunity

   Wednesday, August 11th, 2010 - by: Brian Herzog, Head of Reference

Chelmsford Farmers Market logoAttention anyone interested in music or planning events!

The Chelmsford Farmer's Market is looking for one or more volunteers to serve as Music Director, to bring music and entertainment to the Thursday afternoon Farmer's Markets in Chelmsford center.

A shade tent, small sound system (the size of a suitcase and very light), and microphone are available; the volunteer(s) will be in charge of lining up the musical talent and setting up the equipment.

Volunteers will coordinate with the Open Space Stewards, so if you are interested or have any questions, please call Phil Stanway at (978) 273-1474.

More Volunteer Opportunities
By the way, this and many other volunteer opportunities are listed at ChelmsfordVolunteers.org - check it out for opportunities to help out and contribute to the organizations that serve the Chelmsford area.

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Boy Scouts Library Service Project

   Wednesday, June 30th, 2010 - by: Brian Herzog, Head of Reference

Local Boy Scouts took on the major task of weeding, pruning, gardening and general cleaning up around the Dutton House (a.k.a "the yellow house") next to the Main Library.

Led by Scout Master Dale Gallaher and assisted by the Library custodial staff, the 20 Scouts volunteered an entire day, doing a tremendous amount of work. This volunteer projects helps their mission as scouts, as well as helps the Library economize our groundskeeping budget.

Boy Scout cleanup project 2010

Listed alphabetically, the Scouts are Jason Adams, Andrew Baker, Tyler Carmolli, Peter Cassels, Tim Cassels, Phil Danek, Jacob Davis, Steven Demeo, Joshua Depasacreta, Sam Freeman, Jacob Kaminsky, Cameron Kaminsky, Eric Merrill, Joey Rossano, Ben Rossano, Zach Shepherd, Zachary Straeffer, Eric Williams, Brian Wilson, Todd Wilson, and Scout Master Dale Gallaher

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