Seniors Centre

COVID-19 update & Vaccination Centre at the CW Sportsplex 

You no longer need an appointment to get your COVID vaccine at the  Wellington County Vaccination Centre at the CW Sportplex (550 Belsyde Ave, Fergus). Please call 519-822-2715 ext. 4506 to find out exact days and times the vaccine clinic is running. 


The Township of Centre Wellington's has full confidence in our local healthcare system and are committed to working closely with local hospitals, health care and community partners, Wellington-Dufferin Guelph Public Health, the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Public Health Ontario and national partners to monitor and respond accordingly to the COVID-19 situation.

The province is now in Step Three of its roadmap to reopening, a three-step plan to safely and cautiously reopen the province and gradually lift public health restrictions. Outdoor gatherings, non-essential retail, day camps and more can once again be enjoyed, in limited capacity.

The Township will continue to monitor the situation and make adjustments to services as needed. 

We will update this page when new information is available, click the blue "subscribe to this page" button at the bottom of the page to get updates as soon as we post them. We are also posting regular updates on social media. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

 Victoria Park Seniors Centre Pre-registration Information


UPDATE on VPSC in person programs and in person fitness as of September 2, 2021:


As per the provincial announcement, as of September 22nd, regarding proof of a Vaccine Certificate, we are adjusting the opening date as we continue to research and wait on more details from the province on how this will be implemented. This means that our Centre will remain closed to in person programs and health clinics until the week of September 27th.  Our in person fitness classes will be delayed to the week of the 27th as well. We will send the updated information for in person activities and in person fitness classes shortly. Please be patient as we work through these provincial announcements and ensure we have all protocols in place to keep staff and participants safe.


NOTE: For all in person activities & in person fitness classes you MUST provide proof of Covid vaccination & ID to enter the building to participate in your program.  Examples of identification that can be used are: birth certificate, citizenship card, driver's license, Ontario health card, Indian status card, passport, permanent resident card.


Pre-registration is required for ALL programs at the Centre. 
You must be registered or have an appointment 
pre-booked before entering the building.

Registration opened on September 7th at 8:30 a.m. and there are several ways to pre-register for our programs.

 Click here for our October 2021 Calendar of Programs (In person activities, Virtual and In person Fitness)

In-person programming at the Victoria Park Seniors Centre

Pre-registration is required for ALL programs at the Centre. You must be registered or have an appointment to enter the building.

Click here for our Fall in person Activities & Clinics at the Centre (includes dates & fees)


NOTE: For all in person activities & in person fitness classes you MUST provide proof of Covid vaccination & ID to enter the building to participate in your program.  Examples of identification that can be used are: birth certificate, citizenship card, driver's license, Ontario health card, Indian status card, passport, permanent resident card.


Pre-registered Activities at the Centre - Beginning on Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Start Time      Monday   


  Wednesday    Thursday        Friday

All day

9am to 4pm

Lending Cart: Books & Puzzles
Lending Cart: Books & Puzzles

Cart: Books & Puzzles

Lending Cart: Books & Puzzles
Cart: Books & Puzzles
9:00 a.m.  

Billiards Room
4 players
9:00-11:00 a.m.
Call to book

  Billiards Room
4 players
Call to book
10:00 a.m.


Craft Room
Bunka Artistry
10:00-11:30 a.m. 


10:30 a.m.  

Main Hall
Colour Circle

  Craft Room
Weekly Book Chat
10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
12:00 p.m.


Billiards Room
4 - LADIES only
12:00-2:00 p.m.
Call to book
  Billiards Room
4 players
12-2:00 p.m.
Call to book
1:00 p.m.   Craft Room
Crafts & Quilting
1:00-3:00 p.m.
  Craft Room
Creative Arts
1:00-3:00 p.m.

Main Hall
Card Bingo
1:00-2:15 p.m.

  Main Hall
1:00-2:15 p.m.
2:15 p.m.   Billiards Room
4 players
2:15-4:15 p.m.
Call to book
  Billiards Room
4 players
2:15-4:15 p.m.
Call to book

Clinics are available by APPOINTMENT ONLY
Please call the Reception Desk at 519-846-9691 ext.204 to book the following: Foot Care (Tuesdays), Reflexology (Thursdays).

Click here to pre-register for Activities.  Registration opens on Tuesday, September 21 at 8:30 a.m.

Virtual (online through Zoom) Seniors Centre Fitness Classes, Social Programs and Seminars

  • NOTE: For all virtual fitness classes where we cannot assist you in person, please listen to your body and use your discretion to choose which exercises you do and how intensely you do them. We want everyone to be safe. These virtual exercises are intended to encourage you to gently move your body, so don’t push yourself beyond what feels okay. Participating in these exercise activities is done entirely at your own risk. It is strongly recommended that you check with your primary care provider before beginning any fitness program.
  • If you would like to borrow hand weights (various sizes available), fitness band or Zumba toning-sticks, contact or 519-846-9691 ext. 278 to arrange a curbside pick up.

 Zoom instructions for pre-registered participants beginning September 13.

  • Note: If you are new to Zoom you will need to download and configure the Zoom application for use on your home computer (Windows or Mac OS X), tablet (iOS or Android), or smartphone (iOS or Android) to participate in our registered virtual programs. To access (using a computer device or telephone), click the appropriate provided link (for registered classes this will be emailed directly to you) OR using a telephone, call the phone number listed below each activity and enter the Meeting ID. Then press #, and then press # again. Note: If you do not have a camera on your computer, you can still participate if your computer has sound.
  • Once you complete your registration, you will receive a specific Zoom link to participate in your class by email at least 24 hours before the first class. You are NOT to share this specific link to your registered class with anyone else. The link you receive will be valid for the duration of your registered activity. If you have not received the link within the 24 hours, please check your junk folder and/or call 519-846-9691 ext. 204 for assistance.
  • Please ensure your screen name on Zoom matches the name on your registration. Only those who have pre-registered will be allowed to join the class.
  • The moderator or instructor will mute all participants when the class begins to avoid audio interference.
  • To learn more about Zoom etiquette and account controls click here.


Click here for our Fall Virtual (Zoom) Activities (including Fitness, Yoga, Meditation, Seminars and Weekly Activity Groups)

 In-Person Seniors Fitness Classes at the Elora Community Centre (29 David St. W, Elora)

General Instructions for In-Person ECC Fitness Classes:

  • Arrive a few minutes prior to class dressed in workout attire. Bring indoor running shoes.
  • Enter through facility door labelled “HALL” at the Elora Community Centre.
  • Face coverings required to enter facility. They may be removed once all participants are in their personal exercise zones and the instructor is on stage ready to start the class.
  • Each participant will have a personal exercise zone.
  • Participants will collect the equipment needed for the class from the equipment area and bring it to their personal exercise zone to clean before use.
  •  After class, participants must clean and return equipment they used to the equipment area leaving the facility.
  • All fitness classes require pre-registration which includes a waiver. To register, click here.
  • See attached “How to Register” information sheet.


Click here for our In person Fitness classes this Fall


NOTE: For all in person activities & in person fitness classes you MUST provide proof of Covid vaccination & ID to enter the building to participate in your program.  Examples of identification that can be used are: birth certificate, citizenship card, driver's license, Ontario health card, Indian status card, passport, permanent resident card.


Other Activities

Blanket Project
Do you knit or crochet? Interested in contributing while staying safe at home in this time of physical distancing? Why not help us create blankets! Knit or crochet squares, 6 inches by 6 inches, with extra yarn you may have at home. Squares can be any colour. After physical distancing rules are lifted we will get together to put them together. We hope to donate blankets once completed. Email for the pattern. 

VPSC Lending Library
We offer the self-serve outdoor library cart (and donation bin) located out front of the Centre if you would like to borrow or return a book or jig-saw puzzle from VPSC’s lending library (or if you have books/puzzles you would like to share). Alternatively, let us know if you have a request for a specific author and we can let you know what we have available, then arrange a curbside pick up.

Craft Item Donations
We accept donations for our craft room using the self-serve outdoor donation bin located out front of the Centre. If you have items you are not sure you should bring to donate, please contact the Centre to inquire. 

Other Resources
  • Need help with Zoom? University of Waterloo student volunteers have a program to assist seniors with Zoom. For free support or 226-336-9684
  • Check in calls with VPSC Staff: We encourage you to call if you would like someone to chat with, want regular check-in phone calls or need information 519-846-9691 ext. 278.
  • Frauds & Scams: The best way to beat a scam is to stay informed. If you suspect a scam, contact the OPP at 1-888-310-1122 and the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at 1-888-495-8501 or See Wellington Advertiser article on lottery scams (VPSC is NOT running any raffles or lottery contests) read article here. Download Little Black Book of Scams.
  • Guelph-Wellington Distress Line 519-821-3760 or 1-888-821-3760 daily 8 am to 10 pm or HERE 24/7 Waterloo-Wellington 1-844-437-3274, both confidential support, referral and crisis assistance telephone services.
  • Connect CW’s Virtual Resource Centre for some great links to activities, workshops and virtual experiences related to recreation, leisure, fitness, well-being, education, culture, arts in our local community and beyond.
  • Ride Well: Wellington County’s Rural Transit Service 1-833-900-7433 or
  • Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington: For a full listing of their upcoming webinars: and Tips to Manage Mental Health During COVID-19
  • Alzheimer Society of Waterloo Wellington
  • 211 Ontario or dial: 2-1-1 or Toll-free: 1-877-330-3213 to find local supports and programs in the community. Search by topic: click “older adults”
  • ConnexOntario 1-866-531-2600 provides access to information on health services. Through telephone, chat or email, speak to System Navigation Specialists 24/7, focusing on mental health, addiction and problem gambling services.
  • Ontario Community Support Program 1-877-330-3213 Helping isolated, low-income seniors and people with disabilities and chronic medical conditions across Ontario get meals, groceries, medicine, provide rides to vaccination appointments and other essentials.
  • Seniors Safety Line 1-866-299-1011 provides contact and information across the province to assist in cases of elder abuse. Trained counsellors provide safety planning and supportive counseling.
  • COVID-19: Support for People for information about the many available, confidential and free mental health services/supports.

The Township of Centre Wellington provides a wide range of programs and services for seniors at the Victoria Park Seniors Centre.  Whether you are looking for active living programs, support services, or volunteering opportunities.  The Programs offered are tailored to individuals 55+; however all registered programs are open to any adult (18 years of age and older) looking to stay active, develop new skills and friendships.  Victoria Park Seniors Centre, which officially opened its doors in June 1992, is a municipal recreation facility operated by the Community Services Department.  Our goal is to support active, healthy lifestyles for older adults through an extensive range of social, health, recreational and educational activities and programs.  We invite you to drop by, take out a membership and experience the benefits of participating.

You can find us at 150 Albert Street West, Fergus, ON N1M 1X2. Or call us at 519.846.9691 x204 and speak to our Reception Desk. 
Our building is fully accessible including designated parking for those with accessible parking permits.   

Advisory Board

The Centre is run by a volunteer Advisory Board of seven elected Centre Members and one appointed Council Representative.  The Advisory Board acts as a liaison between Seniors and the Township of Centre Wellington and works with the Community Services Department to provide quality recreational opportunities for older adults.  Meetings are held the first Monday of the month at 9:00 am.  All members are welcome.  The monthly Agenda and Minutes of the meetings are posted at the Centre and under Advisory Committees.


View the Victoria Park Seniors Centre Advisory Board calendar here.

Additional Support Services

There are other agencies and organizations that provide support for seniors.

Bus Trips

NOTE: Bus Trips are currently on hold due to Covid-19.


We are always in the process of organizing new bus trips for Victoria Park Seniors' Centre. All trips depart from and return to the Centre and are on a coach equipped with a washroom. We need a minimum number registered, up to 4 weeks in advance, depending on the venue.

Our Community Guide has a complete list of bus trips.

Those who require special assistance of any kind are responsible for arranging an escort to assist them. Our Travel Escort Volunteer cannot provide special care or one-on-one assistance.

Please note: There are NO REFUNDS for bus trips after we have confirmed our numbers.

Travel arrangements made by: Great Canadian Holidays, 353 Manitou Dr, Kitchener ON  N2C 1L5 
TICO#2280154  1-800-461-8687  EP455/PN5406

Drop-in Activities

New participants are always welcome to take part in the drop-in activities.  All activities are offered on an ongoing basis unless stated otherwise.  You are not required to register in advance; however, you may want to contact the Activity Convenor (listed below each activity) as some groups do require prior organization of players.  Most groups charge a small pay-as-you-go fee.  Attend any activity for free on your first visit.  Then choose to become a member OR pay the non-member fee each time ($1 added to drop-in fee).  Do you have an idea for a new activity?  We are always looking for new programs.

General Information

Seniors have plenty to do in Centre Wellington. Victoria Park Seniors' Centre is located at 150 Albert Street W, Fergus, has programs throughout the year for seniors and adults (over the age of 18). 


To explore other recreation options within Centre Wellington view our entire Community Guide which includes aquatics, community events, theatre information and more!

How To Register For Programs

There is always a lot to do at the Victoria Park Seniors' Centre. For a detailed list of our programs and services please see our Community Guide.

How to Register

You can register for programs in the Township of Centre Wellington in a few different ways:

  1. In person at  Victoria Park Seniors' Centre located at 150 Albert Street W, Fergus
  2. Online  (see further instructions below)
  3. By mail:
    Make your cheque payable to: Township of Centre Wellington
    Mail to:
    Victoria Park Seniors Centre
    150 Albert Street W, Fergus, N1M 1X2

The Township has launched a registration system called Active Net.  View our programs and register online –it's fast, easy with no fees, just  Click here to go to Active Net registration.

If you run into any problems, feel free to contact us at: 519.846.9691 ext. 204.

Course Materials

Not included in course fees unless indicated. Supply list (if needed for a course) is available at registration and will be printed on your receipt. 

Non-Member or Not a Senior?

That's alright. Non-members and non-seniors are invited to take part in the courses offered through the Centre. Members of the Centre pay a reduced course fee. Remember to register early to avoid the disappointment of a course being cancelled!

Course Cancellation

Should a course be cancelled as a result of insufficient numbers, those who did register will be notified by telephone. Refund cheques will be mailed out from the Township of Centre Wellington Office.


1. A full refund will be issued for all courses cancelled by Victoria Park Seniors Centre.
2. Request for refunds must be received 1 week prior to program start date and no refunds will be issued within 1 week of the program start date. (See below for Bus Trip refunds)
3. A $20 administration fee will be applied to refunds requested.
4. No refunds will be issued for senior's bus trips however, contact the Centre and staff will consult a wait list, if available. If a spot is filled by the wait list the administration fee will still apply.

As per the Township of Centre Wellington's Refund Policies.


  • Membership is open to anyone 55 years or better (please note that anyone over the age of 18 years is welcome to take programs at a  non-member fee).
  • Annual memberships are available for $26 per person for one year including HST.
  • The membership year runs 365 days from your date of purchase.
  • New Members Talk & Tours are offered monthly at 10:00 am. Please check the monthly calendar or contact the Centre for the next scheduled date.  We are pleased to show you the Centre and provide you with information on programs and services offered.  If you can't attend one of the monthly information sessions, you are most welcome to book a tour of Victoria Park Senior Centre at anytime.  Please call to make an appointment at 519.846.9691 x204. Please note: New Members Talk & Tours are not scheduled for July, August and December. 

You are NOW able to purchase a membership online through our new ACTIVE Net registration system.  Membership fees are non-refundable.  Once you have a valid membership, additional fees are required to participate in programs, special events, bus trips, etc. Please see the "How To Register For Programs" section for the link. 

Member Benefits

As a member of the Victoria Park Seniors' Centre, you will receive many benefits including:

  • Monthly Calendar
  • Access to 80+ weekly programs and services for seniors
  • Bus trips and Centre Services
  • Reduced prices on all programs, courses, seminars, workshops and special events
  • Vote at the Centre's Annual General Meeting
  • Hold an office on the Centre's Advisory Board
  • Have a direct link to our local government through the Community Services Department.
  • Discover a new hobby, skill or talent
  • Opportunities to volunteer
  • And, most importantly, meet new friends

Your membership is very important. It not only indicates your interest but it also forms part of the necessary funding base needed to continue to offer quality recreational activities for older adults at the Centre. 


Visitors to the Centre are always welcome! Come out and try a drop-in activity. You can participate in a drop-in activity for no charge the first time. You can then purchase a membership or pay the non-member fee to participate. Non-members and non-seniors are also welcome to take any course, seminar or special event.

Monthly Calendar

Here is our current monthly calendar for Victoria Park Seniors Centre. 

Registered Programs

Seniors have plenty to do in Centre Wellington. Victoria Park Seniors' Centre located at 150 Albert Street W, Fergus, has programs throughout the year for seniors and adults (over the age of 18).  Registration is required to participate in these programs, see our community guide pages for a complete list of programs such as:

  • Fitness Classes
  • Yoga, Tai Chi and Meditation
  • Belly Dancing Fitness and Zumba-Gold
  • Computers and Technology
  • Special Interest
  • Seminars and Workshops
  • Special Events
  • Bus Trips
  • Watercolour Painting, Pastels and Drawing classes 

Services and Wellness Clinics

Centre Services

Weekly Wednesday Lunch - Wednesdays at 12:00 noon. Includes: main course, vegetable, roll, salad or juice, dessert, tea and coffee. Meet old friends or make new ones while enjoying a delicious lunch. Stay for a social afternoon of euchre, bridge or crafts (no charge for these activities if you come for lunch). Also woodcarving or billiards (small drop-in fee applies). Full menus listed in monthly calendar. Reservations recommended as space is limited. We also host homemade fund-raising lunches and BBQ’s organized by the Centre’s Program Committee. Refer to the Special Events section for dates.

Crafts for Sale - Visit our lovely Craft Shop full of beautiful handmade items, made by our talented Craft and Quilting Group volunteers. Wonderful homemade crafts and collectibles, including baby clothing, knitted sets, quilts, blankets, sweaters, hats, mitts, scarves, and more. All proceeds support VPSC. Available for sale year round. Gift certificates available.

Monthly Email Update with Monthly Calendar - We send monthly emails to keep you up-to-date on what is happening at VPSC. It includes the monthly calendar. To receive this please email or pick up a copy of the monthly calendar at the Centre. Day-to-day programs, bus trips, special events, clinics and lunch menus are listed.

Facility Tours - Are you thinking of participating in a program or joining the Centre? Our customer service volunteers and staff would be happy to take you for a tour of the Seniors Centre and answer any questions.

Library, Newspapers, Puzzles, Coffee and Information - Check out our collection of lending library books stocked by your generous donations. Come for coffee and browse through newspapers including the Toronto Star. We accept donations of current magazines for our coffee table. We have a variety of magazine subscriptions generously donated by Ward Hearing. Jigsaw puzzles are available to borrow or buy or try your hand at the on-going jigsaw puzzle. Help yourself to any of the information pamphlets and government publications on a range of topics of interest for older adults.

Volunteer Opportunities (Must be 18 years of age or older) - There are a number of volunteer positions available: kitchen, cooking for groups, special events, food preparation, convenors, committee volunteers. Share your expertise. We are always looking for innovative programming ideas and instructors to lead them. Volunteers who enjoy cooking are needed to help with our fundraising homemade lunches and special events. For more volunteering information contact Kelly at or 519.846.9691 x278. 

Wellness Clinics

Blood Pressure Clinics - FREE. Held the second Wednesday of the month from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm at the Centre. A Registered Nurse will be on site to check your blood pressure and provide information. No appointment needed. Simply drop in. Thanks to Heritage River Retirement Residence for sponsoring this program.  

Chair Massage Clinic - Join specialized certified practitioner, Christine Brown, for a relaxing 10-minute chair massage. Reduce tension, stress, headaches, stiff necks, backaches and increase circulation. No removal of clothes and no lotions used. Call the Centre to book your appointment available some Wednesday mornings 9:00 am to 11:30 am. Cost: $10 cash only. 

Foot Care Clinics - Have your feet assessed by a Registered Practical Nurse, certified in Advanced and Diabetic Foot Care. Includes cutting and filing toenails, reduction of corns and calluses, moisturizing skin. $30 cash only. Call VPSC to book appointment. Veterans welcome, bring your Veterans Affairs card. Allow 24 hours if cancelling an appointment to give time to consult the waiting list. Tuesdays and some Fridays. Bring a towel.

Fascial Stretch Therapy (Private Stretch Therapy) - A system of table based stretching that focuses on the fascia (connective tissue surrounding muscles and organs) and joint capsule. Benefits: improved posture, anti-aging, reduced risk of injuries, reduced pain, improved strength and decreased stress. Book your one-on-one session and feel the difference. Service provided by Fascial Stretch Therapist, Kelly Offer. Call the Centre for prices or to book your appointment or Cash or cheque. 

Fitness Assessments - Every body is unique. Working one-on-one we will discover what exercises work best with your body. Whether you are trying to lose weight, suffer from chronic pain, have less than ideal posture or just want to find out what exercises you should and should not do. Will also help guide you in choosing fitness programs offered at the Centre. Service provided by Certified Personal Trainer, Kelly Offer. Half Hour $35 member, $40 non-member. Full Hour $60 member, $75 non-member. Call the Centre to book your appointment or Cash or cheque.

Hearing Services 
Hearing Screening Clinic: Has your hearing changed? Meet one-on-one with a Canadian Hearing Society Hearing Care Counsellor. Or if you wear hearing aids, discuss questions about your aids. Book your no charge 30 minute appointment at the Seniors Centre. Look in seminar section in Guide for dates. 

Hearing Seminar: My Hearing is Not as Good as it Used to Be, Now What Do I Do? Presented by the Canadian Hearing Society. Check seminar section in Guide for dates.

Stroke Recovery - Are you a stroke survivor or caregiver? Join the Centre Wellington Stroke Recovery Community Program monthly to learn new community resources, join our walking group and learn how to maximize your recovery in the comfort of your own home community. Held the last Friday of the month at 9:30 am at the Seniors Centre. No charge. All welcome. See the Seminars and Workshops section for topics and speakers scheduled.

Reflexology - Deeply relaxing, reflexology works the reflex points in the feet that relate to different organs and areas of your body. Circulation is improved to facilitate balance within the body. Leave feeling relaxed and yet with a renewed energy. Service provided by Certified Reflexologist: Colleen Trudeau. $30 for 30 minutes. 1 hour appointments also available. Call VPSC to book your appointment time on Monday or Tuesday. 

Video Otoscope Clinic - FREE. Held the second Wednesday of the month from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. Come see Brian from Ward Hearing, to look inside your ear with her video otoscope. A better understanding of your ear promotes awareness to ear health, wax occlusions, and how our hearing system works when properly maintained. Clinic held the 3rd Wednesday of each month.

Volunteering (Must be 18 years of age or older)

Do you have a few hours to spare each week, want to be involved in an active Seniors Centre, or looking to meet new friends? Then we need you!

We are always looking for individuals to help us with different tasks. Please take a look at the many opportunities and contact the Victoria Park Seniors' Centre to discuss what options there are for you.

Here are some of our current volunteer opportunities:

Program Committee
Volunteers are needed to help on the Victoria Park Seniors' Centre's Program Committee, which plans and organizes special events and fundraisers for the Centre. This Committee meets once a month on the first Monday at 10:15 am.

Special Events
Volunteers are needed to help with food preparation, set up and organization of special events at the Victoria Park Seniors' Centre.

Cooking for a Crowd
Do you enjoy cooking for a big group (40-60 people)? We need volunteers who love to cook to help with our twice monthly fundraising homemade Wednesday lunches offered at the Victoria Park Seniors' Centre.

Dishwasher (Wednesdays)
Do you enjoy working in the kitchen? We are looking for volunteers to do dishes at our Wednesday lunches on a rotating schedule. Includes a complimentary lunch.

Wednesday Lunch Servers (Wednesdays)
Do you enjoy working in the kitchen? We are looking for volunteers to assist with our Wednesday lunches on a rotating schedule. Volunteers set tables, serve the meal and cleanup after the lunch. Includes a complimentary lunch.

Food Prep Volunteers (Tuesdays)
With our homemade meals all preparations are done the day prior. Looking for volunteers to help with prep work which may include prep for salads, desserts and the main dish. Volunteers are contacted when assistance is needed. Includes a complimentary lunch.

VPSC Advisory Board Executive
Positions available beginning January 2021 for a three year term by election or acclamation at the November Annual General Meeting. This Advisory Board represents the membership and advises on issues relating to the Seniors Centre and is comprised of seven volunteer members and one representative from CW Township Council. Positions are chosen annually following the AGM.


Contact Kelly Hall, Seniors Volunteer & Membership Coordinator at 519.846.9691 x278 or by email for more information on any of the above volunteer positions or fill out this Volunteer Application Form and send to the above email.  

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