Meals on Wheels

Upper Northwest Meals on Wheels urgently needs volunteers to deliver meals to shut-ins between 10 a.m. and noon weekdays. Volunteer drivers and visitors (who carry the meals into the home) work as their schedule permits. The service is at Emory United Methodist Church, 6100 Georgia Ave. NW. Call 202-723-5617 between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Senior Volunteers

The Experience Corps seeks retired seniors (age 55 and older) to tutor students in kindergarten to second grade at Scott Montgomery Elementary School, 421 P St. NW. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 to 11:30 a.m. A four-hour training course will be held in January. Call Elizabeth Fox or Roberta Keller, 202-244-9878.


The Society of the Cincinnati Museum at Anderson House, 2118 Massachusetts Ave. NW, near Dupont Circle Metro, invites volunteers to join its docent program. The museum focuses on the history of the Revolutionary War. Docents lead tours and help visitors, usually working 12 hours a month from 1 to 4 p.m. weekdays. Training starts the second week in February. Volunteers are also needed to assist in the office. Call Debbie White, 202-785-2040, ext. 410 by Jan. 25.

Correction and an Update

An incorrect telephone number for the Community Service Guild's tutoring program for elementary school children ran in last week's column. The correct number for volunteer tutors to call is: 202-628-8867.

The A. Eugene Hoeper Foundation, 8716-202 Hayshed Lane, Columbia, Md. 21045-3096 thanks the community for the overwhelming response to a request for new and used greeting cards that ran Jan. 1. More than 100 packages of cards arrived and the foundation needs to process the donated cards, which are recycled into greeting cards and sent to isolated deaf people living in nursing homes all over the country. People who want to donate cards in the future should write to the foundation first to assess current needs.