Circles  New Volunteer Information Session

If you’ve already attended this info session, no need to repeat, but it’s your first time, please do join us!  If you know of friends who might be interested in learning more about Circles, please pass the word along and encourage your friends to attend!

What:  Circles  New Volunteer Information Session – RESCHEDULED!
When:  Now Held on First Thursdays of the month (September’s session has been cancelled). Next sessions: 7:00 – 8:00pm on October 3rd, November 7th, December 5th
Where:  St. Luke Lutheran Church, 4205 Washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor

Why: To learn about poverty and how it affects our community, and to learn how YOU can make a difference.

Our 3 Biggest Volunteer Needs:
1) Allies: Allies help problem-solve, share networks, assist with job searches and budgeting, and provide overall support. This is a longer-term, meaningful commitment.
2) Volunteer in our Children’s Program: Love working with kids? We need caring volunteers to rock babies, read to pre-schoolers, do art projects with school-age kids and hang out with ‘tweens. Regular attendance appreciated on Tuesday evenings, 6-8:00pm!
3) Provide a Meal! Gather up your small group and provide a meal for Circles. You can do the whole meal or just the side dishes. Donate a meal once a year or once a month…frequency is up to you! Eat with us and build community as we break bread together. Call us for meal details!

Interested? Contact Circles at 734-340-9042 or email or visit us on the web at:

Waterloo Area Historical Society Events


Blacksmith, Soldiers and Log Cabin Weekend, June 22-23

Antique Tractor, Truck and Equipment Show, August 10-11

Pioneer Day, October 13

Christmas on the Farm, December 7-8


Walk to School Wednesdays Volunteer Sign-Up

Parents, seniors, and adult volunteers are needed to walk alongside Chelsea school students for our Chelsea Walk to School Wednesdays. Volunteers will meet North Creek School walkers at the Clocktower Commons Complex. South Meadows and Beach volunteers will meet walkers at the Chelsea District Library.  For more information, contact Matt Pegouskie from the 5 Healthy Towns Foundation at

Location: Chelsea Clocktower Commons (310 N. Main Street) and Chelsea District Library (221 S Main Street)