ESOL Fall Classes
The Greater Homewood Adult Literacy and ESOL Program will
hold registration for fall English classes for speakers of
other languages from 10 a.m. to noon and 6 to 8 p.m. on
Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 13 and 14. Students need to
register and be tested in order to enroll. Space is
Ten-week classes, which begin Sept. 27, are available
in the morning and evening for beginning, intermediate and
advanced learners. Class/materials fees range from $20 to
For more information, contact the Adult Literacy &
ESOL staff at 410-261-3524. The program is located at 3501
North Charles St., in the lower level of the University
Golf Tournament Volunteers Needed
The Constellation Energy Classic returns this fall to
Hayfields Country Club in Hunt Valley, Sept. 27 to Oct. 3.
Johns Hopkins, whose
Robert Packard Center for ALS Research is one of the
beneficiaries, is recruiting people to act as marshals
working inside the ropes alongside such golf legends as Tom
Watson, Larry Nelson and Peter Jacobson.
Other charities benefiting from the event are the
Kennedy Krieger Institute, Living Classrooms Foundation and
Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
Contact Mike Renwick at
410-516-4419 for an application. To learn about other
volunteer opportunities related to the golf tournament, go
www.ceclassic.com or contact Cameron Colyer at
Camp Counselors Needed
Volunteer camp counselors are needed for Pediatric
Nephrology's first Camp All Stars Overnight, Oct. 2 to 3,
where children and teens, ages 9 to 17, who are chronically
ill with kidney failure will have fun while getting
information about managing the lifestyle and medical
regimes essential to their health. To volunteer, contact
Beth Bounds at 443-287-6174 or email@example.com.
Training is provided in mid-September.
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