Senior Employment Resources in Annandale offers free vocational guidance, counseling and job services for people over 55 who are residents of Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William counties and Falls Church and Fairfax City. To be eligible for the services, applicants who are single should have earned no more than $2,610 during the last six months and married applicants should have earned no more than $3,375. For information, call 750-1936. Volunteers Sought
Loudoun Memorial Hospital is seeking volunteers to work with head-injured people in a program designed to bring the patients, some of whom are comatose or semi-comatose, to higher levels of awareness of their environment.
Volunteers in the sensory stimulation program spend half an hour each week with patients during early evening or on weekends, providing concentrated stimulation of the senses. Photographs, fresh flowers, favorite cologne, spices and recordings of favorite sounds and stories are used to stimulate a patient's visual, olfactory and auditory senses.
For information, call Joyce Sargent at 777-3300, ext. 2747. Investment
Tips A free program on conservative investing for retirees who live on a fixed income will be offered at1 p.m. Tuesday at Culpepper Garden Senior Adult Center, 4435 N. Pershing Dr., Arlington. For information, call 524-1144. Africa Relief Drive
The Alexandria Chapter of the American Red Cross has announced that $60,000 has been donated by Alexandria residents and businesses for the African Famine Relief Campaign, an amount far exceeding the chapter's quota of $7,800.
Chapter campaign chairman Harry Burke said nearly 1,000 individuals made contributions, while the largest group donations were $7,000 from an art auction sponsored by the Association of Alexandria Art Galleries and $6,200 from employes of the Army Material Command.