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Substitute teachers needed — Trinity Lutheran Child Learning Center located at 2210 W. Rollins Rd in Columbia is looking for retired teachers who are interested in working as a substitute teacher. They are a state licensed preschool facility for children aged 2-5 years old. Hours for subs are dependent on the needs of the teacher. Retired teachers can earn $12.00 per hour and none of the hours worked here count against your work after retirement limitations. For more information, contact Annette Kiehne at TLCLC at 445-1014 or by email at TLCLC@trinity-LCMS.org. (Posted 08/18/18).

Send books to Bagram Airfield — The USO at Bagram hosts a program called United Through Reading (UTR). This program allows service members to video themselves reading a book to their child. The USO then mails the recording and the book to the service member's home so their child can see AND hear their parent read a story to them while following along with the book in hand. To donate new books that they can have on hand in their UTR library for this service, follow these steps:

Supplies needed for PET Project — The Mobility Worldwide ministry is in constant need of supplies to pack in with the mobility vehicles, known as a PET, for shipment all over the world. These carts have been built in Columbia since 1995. To fill up a shipping container, volunteers include many other items. You can either take items to the PET facility at 1908 Heriford, or bring them to the April BRTA meeting. Here's what's needed:

Medicare Boot Camps — The Central Missouri Area Agency on Aging will be offering Medicare informational sessions from 1:30—3:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of every month through September. The presenter will be Kay Barbee, who is a Medicare Outreach Consultant and a Certified State Healthcare Program counselor. These are great sessions to learn more about the complexities of Medicare and to ask individual questions. Reservations are required. For more information and to make reservations, see the flyer. (Posted 02/01/18).