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Organ concert series to begin today

The schedule for an annual organ concert series is available, and the concerts begin Sunday, according to a news release.

The series is sponsored by the Friends of Music, according to a news release.

Attendees should note: Unlike previous years, only the first concert will be hosted at 7:30 p.m. All subsequent concerts will be at 3 p.m. This is to make the concerts more accommodating for all concerned, the release states.

The schedule is as follows:

7:30 p.m. today: St. Matthew’s Cathedral

3 p.m. Nov. 18: St. Matthew’s Cathedral

3 p.m. Dec. 16: Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts Auditorium (this concert is a sing along)

3 p.m. Jan. 20: University of Wyoming Arts & Sciences Auditorium

3 p.m. Feb. 17: St. Matthew’s Cathedral

3 p.m. March 17: Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts Auditorium

3 p.m. April 21: University of Wyoming Arts & Sciences Auditorium

3 p.m. May 19: St. Matthew’s Cathedral

The concerts last about one hour, all are welcome, and all buildings are ADA compliant.

Children are encouraged to attend. There are usually 4-6 players at each event, and any organists who would like to play at any of the concerts should call Punch Williamson at 761-3889.

Walk with a Doc set for today

Ivinson Memorial Hospital is set to continue hosting Walk with a Doc. Flu shot myths will be discussed from 1:30–2:30 p.m. today at the University of Wyoming Fieldhouse, according to a news release.

Walk with a Doc is a national organization focused on encouraging healthy physical activity while reversing the consequences of asedentary lifestyle, the release states. Walks are planned for the first and third Sunday of the month. IMH will provide healthy snacks and participants should just bring walking shoes and a friend, if they would like. The event is sponsored by Exercise is Medicine (UW registered student organization) and Ivinson Medical Group.

Veterans crisis line number open

How many numbers do you have in your phone? Do you have space for one more that could be the lifeline for someone in crisis? 1-800-273-8255 is that lifeline. In fact, it’s a national lifeline manned 24 hours a day for those who might be overwhelmed by life’s struggles and are thinking about hurting themselves, according to a news release. You might never need it — in fact, hopefully not. But if you do, won’t a minute now to save it be worth the time?

So, how does the Veterans Crisis Line fit in? While the 800 number is a national resource for anyone, callers simply press “1” to connect to the Veterans Crisis Line. Responders, many of whom are veterans themselves, are available to talk to veterans or anyone concerned about a veteran. It’s confidential and available 365 days a year. One number potentially helps anyone in crisis.

Interfaith places donation boxes at grocery stores

Interfaith-Good Samaritan recently placed blue donation boxes near the customer service desks at both Safeway and Ridley’s Family Market. Customers can drop in any non-perishable items as they exit the store. All donations go directly to Interfaith and are used in its food pantry to help feed hungry Laramie residents, according to a news release.

The pantry has 800-1,000 visitors every month, the release states.

Senior volunteers needed to work with students

The Foster Grandparent Program of the Wyoming Rockies is welcoming seniors who are 55 or older and would like to work with children, according to a news release. Senior volunteers support teachers and students in the classroom, receive a non-taxable stipend and mileage reimbursement. Volunteers are willing to commit to 20 hours or more a week, with summers off. No prior classroom experience is necessary. Foster Grandparents tend to be individuals who care about their community and want to make a difference in their own lives and in the lives of the students they work with, the release states. Any interested senior, including veterans, are encouraged to call Maryalice at 307-223-1051, visit 968 N. Ninth St. in LaBonte Park or go to for more information.

Driver needed for Home Delivered Meals

The Eppson Center for Seniors has a need for Home Delivered Meal drivers, according to a news release.

There are openings for permanent routes and substitute drivers.

Meals go out to homes at dinner time Mondays and lunch time Tuesdays-Fridays.

This is a great service to folks who are unable to shop or cook for themselves.

Call the Eppson Center at 745-5116 to volunteer or for more information.

Local sewing guild to meet Monday

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