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The Jefferson-Madison Regional Library serves Central Virginia by providing equal access to information through books, DVDs, audio books, music, internet access on public computers, online databases, and wifi . There are 9 branches and a Bookmobile that offer adult, teen and kids programs. The services include help with job searching, internet training, use of word processing, notary public, proctoring exams and meeting rooms.
The Kiwanis Club of Charlottesville is a global volunteer service organization which has been serving Charlottesville area children and youth for over 88 years. Approximately $20,000 is returned to the community annually through three major fundraisers: the Dogwood Pancake Breakfast; the Independence Day 5K Run; and Christmas Tree and Wreath Sales. In addition, Kiwanians perform more than 1,400 hours of service annually at dozens of agencies and non-profi ts primarily serving children and youth. Kiwanis sponsors fi ve Key Clubs in Charlottesville area high schools and a CKI Club at the University of Virginia. More than 400 youth are engaged locally in exciting community service projects and thoughtful leadership development initiatives through Kiwanis-sponsored youth programs. The Club is seeking civic-minded volunteers eager to make a difference in the lives of children and youth.
Kiwanis Key Clubs are at the following high schools: Charlottesville High School • Albemarle High School • Western Albemarle High School • Monticello High School • Fluvanna County High School
Regional Library 201 East Market St. Charlottesville, VA 22902 434-979-7151
Kid Pan Alley P.O. Box 7046
Charlottesville, VA 22906 540-322-3615 email@example.com www.KidPanAlley.org
Kid Pan Alley’s professional songwriters work with elementary school classes to write and perform songs based on the children’s ideas. The kids’ confi dence soars as they work together on a song and learn to value each other’s ideas.
Kid Pan Alley also: • Leads interactive character development assemblies using Kid Pan Alley songs • Brings kids together with community elders to share life stories and write and perform songs about each other • Works with symphonies to orchestrate and perform kids’ songs for new audiences.
The Kiwanis Club of Charlottesville, a global volunteer service organization, has proudly served local youth for 88 years. Each year, three major fundraisers -- the Dogwood Pancake Breakfast, the Independence Day 5K Run, and Christmas Tree Sales -- benefi t the community, and Kiwanians devote over 1,500 hours of community service. Kiwanis sponsors 5 Key Clubs (400 students at CHS, AHS, WAHS, MHS, & FCHS) and a CKI Club at UVA. These youth perform community service projects and develop leadership skills. The Kiwanis Club is seeking volunteers eager to make a difference.
Kiwanis Club of Charlottesville P.O. Box 6698
Charlottesville VA 22906-6698 434-978-2140 ext. 206
Membership Chairman: Bob Pfl ugfelder rpfl firstname.lastname@example.org www.avenue.org/kiwanis
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Light House Studio, an independent media- education center, teaches fi lmmaking and self-expression to local youth through specialized, mentor-led workshops. • Since 1999, our students have created hundreds of documentary, drama and animated fi lms. • Many fi lms have been recognized on national channels such as CNN and PBS. • Awards include a Peabody and Los Angeles Filmmakers’ Showcase acceptance. • Light House has made fi lmmaking accessible to underserved youth through scholarship, our Keep it Reel program and programs with other non-profi t organizations.
Light House Studio 121 E. Water Street Charlottesville, VA 22901 Studio: 434-293-6992 Deanna@lighthousestudio.org www.lighthousestudio.org youtube.com/user/cvillelighthouse
• Our website offers a listing of current programs including
programs put together in concert with other area non- profi t organizations.
In 1983, LVCA was established to support adult education in the Charlottesville/Albemarle community. Specifi cally, it was created to provide individualized instruction to adults needing basic reading, writing, and/or English language skills. Often those who cannot afford literacy education are the ones who need it most. And so, LVCA remains the only provider of FREE, confi dential tutoring to the approximate 9,000 illiterate adults in the Charlottesville/Albemarle area.
During our last fi scal year, LVCA helped 246 adults, and 190+ tutors volunteered 10,191 hours, equivalent to an economic value of $203,820.
Literacy Volunteers of
Charlottesville/Albemarle 418 7th Street NE Charlottesville, VA 22902 434-977-3838
Live Arts is a community theater unlike any other. We produce theater that is modern, rigorous, edgy, and extraordinary — from classic musicals and dramas to new plays, concerts, and local original work. We offer classes for all ages, a play-reading circle, a playwriting group, and endless opportunities to get involved both on the stage and behind the scenes. Our volunteers are at the heart of all we do, so if you love theater—making it or watching it—Live Arts is the place for you.
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123 E. Water Street, Charlottesville, VA 22902 434-977-4177
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