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ALI HELPING There's an organization at Ames High that involves over 100 students. It's the Volunteer Service, which offers a wide variety of programs for students who wish to volunteer their services. These students took time from their class schedules to become involved with the program. The two most widely involved programs were the Elementary Volunteer Service and the Student Tutoring Service. ۷ enabled students to work with other students on a one-to-one basis. “The newcomers program is great because it gave new students an opportunity to get involved in school activities, " commented Norman Woods. Lynn Thompson added, ''It's an opportunity to help people. Not only at the high school but in the community. Volunteers is sponsored by Dale Tramp, who has successfully backed the program for 9 years. Tramp felt that students could benefit and excel in many ways by their volunteering. Some Volunteers helped mentally handicapped students at Wilson Elementary. Others worked at Open Line, which provided a free confidential listening service for people with problems and questions. Also, they assisted with project ECO, welcomed newcomers to AHS, helped pre-school children, adopted grandparents, were AHS visitor guides or worked in the hospital gift shop. Top Left: LET'S LEARN. Dave Maas helps young boys study their math at Northwood Elementary School. Left: COMMUNICATING. Kathy Norris works with the deaf for Volunteers. Here she is helping Shelly Hambley study history. Volunteers 29
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