Released on January 30, 2017 - 9:29am

If you have a child looking for some high school Community Service Hours, Mayor Craig A. Moe is pleased to announce the start of a new City of Laurel Program, which may be just what you have been waiting for!

“Citizens Helping Citizens - A Community Service Partnership” was designed to connect high school students with City of Laurel Community Projects to assist them in getting their Community Service Hours required to graduate by their local high school systems.

With winter here, the City has a list of elderly and disabled residents who need help shoveling their walkways after a snow fall. We also will need help throughout the year to cleanup around our local waterways or help with community projects!

We urge you to get your high-school aged child signed up now so they can volunteer to help their local residents!

It’s as simple as filling out a Community Services Application with the City of Laurel or signing up at your local high school and getting your child’s name on a volunteer list. Once we have a need for volunteers, we will call and get your child out in the community helping our citizens in their time of need.

Please call the City of Laurel’s Department of Communications at 301-725-5300 ext. 2110 and get the “Citizens Helping Citizens - A Community Service Partnership” packet today or see your local high school representative.



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