Pullman seeks volunteers
December 8, 2022
PULLMAN — The Pullman Community Council on Aging is seeking neighborhood volunteers to help local seniors stay safe.
Pullman Council on Aging’s Senior Choir Service is seeking community volunteers to help shovel snow, to prevent seniors from slipping and injuring themselves during the winter weather. This will also help those that support local seniors by bringing them groceries, making social visits, or delivering Meals on Wheels.
Those interested in volunteers will be matched with a nearby senior, provided shovels, and any other necessary equipment to use for the season. Volunteers are particularly needed in the Military Hill neighborhood, especially west of State Street on the South end. Also in Sunnyside Hill, at multiple homes south of Sunnyside Park; Pioneer Hill, near Lincoln Middle School; and near Taylor and Water, Gold Hills West, on Highway 270 just west of Pullman.
Senior Chore Service returned this fall after the pandemic, and helped 18 local seniors complete 150 hours of yard work and household chores with volunteer power provided by community members and WSU students.