Larry Coghlan: RSVP York County Volunteer of the Month

Joe Coghlan, York County Volunteer of the month, and Jobie Bolden, Hanover Street Elementary Teacher

Joe Coghlan, York County Volunteer of the month, and Jobie Bolden, Hanover Street Elementary Teacher

Larry Coghlan is a volunteer tutor for RSVP of the Capital Region at Hanover Street Elementary School in the Hanover School District. Larry tutors students in math and helps them with their homework. His students call him ‘Mr. C’ and they love the fancy hat he wears to school. Larry has been a volunteer tutor at the school for the past two years.

He was in the Air Force for eight years, then worked for the federal government for twenty-nine years, retiring in 1999.Larry then worked as a contractor to the government for thirteen years. He enjoys gardening, woodworking and traveling in retirement. He and his wife live in Hanover.

Jobie Bolden, teacher at the school, stated, “Mr. C brings a plethora of experiences to our room, is the grandfather a lot of these students have been missing, and is that extra hand we love having in our classroom”.

For more information on volunteer opportunities, email YorkAdamsFranklin@rsvpCapReg.org or call Scott Hunsinger at 443-619-3842

RSVP-York County Volunteer Tutors Wanted

Retired and Senior Volunteers 55 and Over

CNCS TutorRSVP of the Capital Region-York County is seeking volunteer tutors in math or reading for Hanover Street Elementary School, Clearview Elementary School, or Washington Elementary School.

Please contact Scott Hunsinger at 443 619-3842 or email at yorkrsvp@rsvpcapreg.org.

Volunteer benefits include: transportation reimbursement, free supplemental liability insurance, recognition and appreciation events, paid assistance with clearances, free two hour tutoring training, Comcast Newsmakers appearance, volunteer of the month in 50+ York County monthly newspaper, and improved personal happiness. 

BECOME A VOLUNTEER AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUNG CHILDREN’S SUCCESS!  

RSVP-York County Volunteer Tutors Wanted

Retired and Senior Volunteers 55 and Over

CNCS Tutor MaleRSVP of the Capital Region-York County is seeking volunteer tutors in math or reading for Stewartstown Elementary School, Fawn Area Elementary School, and Delta-Peach Bottom Elementary School. You can pick which one you want to tutor in.

Volunteer benefits include: transportation reimbursement, free supplemental liability insurance, recognition and appreciation events, paid assistance with clearances, free two hour tutoring training, Comcast Newsmakers appearance, volunteer of the month in York County 50+ monthly newspaper, and improved personal happiness.CNCS Tutor

Please contact Scott Hunsinger at 443 619-3842 or email at yorkrsvp@rsvpcapreg.org.

 

 

BECOME A VOLUNTEER AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUNG CHILDREN’S SUCCESS!

 

Winter Items Collected for York County Residents

Lillian Wagner, RN, Admissions Liaison at Colonial Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in York

Lillian Wagner, RN, Admissions Liaison at Colonial Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in York

RSVP of the Capital Region-York County in association with six donation sites located around York County collected warm clothing for adults and children items for the winter months.  The donated clothing included; socks, hats, scarves, and gloves. The donations sites were located at Stewartstown Elementary, Hanover Council of Churches, Hanover Street Elementary School, Red Lion Senior Center, and Issac’s Deli in York.

We collected four hundred fifty items that were donated to Hanover Council of Churches, Mason-Dixon Community Services, Hanover Street Elementary, and Stewartstown Elementary School.

Colonial Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in York and Windy Hill Senior Center donated most of the clothing for the residents in York County.

Some individuals at Colonial Manor knitted some of the donated clothing.

RSVP of the Capital Region provides volunteers 55 and over for various organizations in York County. If you would like to become a volunteer please contact Scott Hunsinger at 443 619-3842 or by email yorkrsvp@rsvpcapreg.org

Honor our Veterans and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by Donating Personal Care Items for our Veterans

American FlagRSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) of the Capital Region is commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy of caring for those in need during the months of January through March. Veterans receiving care at the Lebanon VA Medical Center are in need of personal care items. It has been 47 years since Dr. King’s death, so in conjunction with United We Serve’s MLK Day of Service, RSVP wants to eliminate this problem for our heroes by sponsoring a 47 day drive to collect needed personal care items.

Donate for 47 days from January 19 through March 6! Examples of what is needed: Shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, shower gel, soap, shave cream, toothpaste, toothbrush, lip balm, hand sanitizer, and combs/hair brushes. Grab a few new, unused items at the store. Deposit them at any of the following drop off sites before March 6: 

  • Annville Senior Center, 200 S White Oak St., Annville
  • Area Agency on Aging, 710 Maple St., Lebanon
  • Genco, 1629 Willow St., Lebanon
  • Lebanon Church of the Brethren, 400 Locust St., Lebanon
  • Lebanon Public Library, 125 N. 7th St., Lebanon
  • Lebanon VA Medical Center Voluntary Service Office, 1700 S. Lincoln Ave, Building 18, RM 128C, Lebanon
  • Myerstown Senior Center, 59 N. Ramona Rd, Myerstown
  • Northern Lebanon Senior Center, 335 N. Lancaster St., Jonestown
  • PA CareerLink Lebanon County, 243 Schneider Drive, Lebanon

Just look for the MLK Personal Care Donation signs.

Donated items will be distributed to patients at the Lebanon VA Medical Center.

RSVP, a Senior Corps program of the Corporation for National & Community Service, recruits and places volunteers as: tutors, meals on wheels deliverers, friendly visitors, VA Medical Center helpers, mentors, knitters/crocheters, food bank workers, disaster services responders, van drivers, activities aides, clerical workers, quilters, and numerous other opportunities where they are most needed in Lebanon County. For large donations or more information on drop-off sites or volunteer opportunities, email lebanonrsvp@rsvpcapreg.org or call RSVP’s Lebanon County office at (717) 454-8956 or the statewide Senior Corps of Pennsylvania hotline toll-free at 1.800.870.2616. Visit RSVP at www.rsvpcapreg.org