RSVP Voice October 2014!

| September 30, 2014

Volunteer Opportunities and Information:

Post Elementary in Post, Texas experienced a devastating fire and the elementary school was destroyed.

RSVP would like to offer you an opportunity to assist. We are collecting all types of school supplies and elementary books (for library).

Books are a high priority as the remaining books have sustained smoke and heat damage. You may drop the donations off at our office or call and we can make arrangements to pick up and deliver to Post.

Participants are needed for a Research Study. Dr. Shen, professor of Pathology, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, School of

Medicine, is studying the effect of Tocotrienols (vitamin E isomers) on bone health.

Participants are postmenopausal women (at least one year after menopause, age 40 and older).

Participants will received the following at no cost: bone density scan, blood chemistry test and hemoglobin A1c, Vitamin D3 analysis and thyroid exam (TSH), calcium, and vitamin D3 supplement, and mid-study and end study check-up.

For additional information, contact Anna Rodriguez at 806-743-2533 or email at

Why Volunteer? One third of the volunteers in the United States are age 50 and older. RSVP would welcome the opportunity to find volunteer opportunities that match your interests, skills, sense of adventure, sense of humor, compassion, goals, time, abilities and experiences. If you are interested in the more than forty volunteer areas we serve, please contact the Lubbock office at 743-7787.

“Volunteers don’t get paid, not because they’re worthless, but because they’re priceless. – Sherry Anderson.

Today is a good day to volunteer.

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