West Eight Mile Road
Founded in 1966, the Finnish Center dedicated their Cultural Center in September 1974, in Farmington Hills, Michigan . . . . (more)
Members are needed to serve on committees to keep the doors open at the Finnish Center. It can be once a week or once a month, two to six hours each time. A volunteer list is being assembled and you may be called by our Volunteer Coordinator. With many hands helping it won’t be a job and we get to know each other better
A group met last month and prepared the newsletters for mailing - they made new friends and will return again in May for the next mailing. Five members have been cleaning the kitchen, washing floors, clean-ing toilets, vacuuming and dusting. We need more assistance in keeping our center clean. There is no money to pay for these tasks, as the majority of our equipment is old and will have to be replaced and the roof may need more repair.
Call the Center and let us know when and how you can help. We understand that you would like to be asked, but we have no idea who would help, if asked. Have a friend give us your name and we will call them.
Another way to support is to attend the various functions that are being offered to members, donations are welcome if you cannot attend an event.
Remember, volunteers worked to get these doors open; we must carry on this tradition of volunteering to keep our doors open.
Lois Makee, Chairman
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