Marshall County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program

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19272 US Highway 431

Guntersville, AL 35976

(256) 571-7734

 


RSVP office is located 1/2 mile north of the Hwy 431 bridge


Board of Directors:

Grover Williams,Chair

Brad Kitchens,Vice Chair

Patrick Smith, Treasurer

Tim Bollinger

David Dodd

Tim Jolley

Angie Moore

Martha Tingle

John Young



Administration:
Nicole Reyes,
 Director

Janet Moore,

Administrative Assistant


Phil Mayer,

Resource Coordinator


Anna Erby,

Accounting


Martha Kendrick,

Program Coordinator




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Marshall County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program

19272 US Highway 431
Guntersville, Alabama 35976
Phone: (256)571-7734  Fax: (256)571-7775

Marshall County RSVP
@MarshallRSVP

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Make Every Day Earth Day

Earth Day

Thursday, April 22

April 18 -24, 2021

MCPALS
    Earth Day began in 1970 as an event to bring awareness of the harmful health, economic, emotional well-being, and safety impacts of pollution and litter. The seeds of stewardship planted over 50 years ago have grown into a month-long initiative in which we focus our energies on our environment and the things that we can do to make it better.
Whether you want to celebrate from home or out in nature, we have suggestions of how MCRSVP volunteers can preserve and protect our beautiful natural environment and make Earth Day Every Day.

We appreciate your efforts to keep Marshall County vibrant and attractive.  Please record and report your hours if your engage in any of these or other activities throughout the year.

THANKS TO OUR VOLUNTEERS!
There’s one thing you can count on when Alabama faces a crisis,folks will reach out to help one another. RSVP volunteers are the best!

Mission Statement

  The Marshall County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program:

   -  Enables men and women to contribute the talents and skills learned over a   lifetime to their communities through volunteer service which

   -  Enhances the lives of the volunteers and those whom they serve and

   -  Provides communities with valuable service that impact community needs.

RSVP REOPENING

Marshall County received notice the middle part of last week that Governor Kay Ivey will allow senior organization facilities to begin the reopening process on Monday, April 19, 2021. Our MCRSVP Board of Directors would like to make volunteers aware that the organization’s building and grounds are in the final stages of a construction project that must be completed prior to reopening.

We ask for your patience and understanding as the projects and required reopening deep cleaning. Our staff has been working diligently to formulate a plan to resume volunteer activities in accordance with social distancing guidelines. In the meantime, we encourage our exceptional volunteers to continue serving our community through at-home or virtual activities.

Please contact our office through our contact page to learn more about virtual special interest classes that will be offered this spring or to make suggestions of other classes/activities that interest you.

We look forward to seeing all of you in-person in the near future as we work together to make Marshall County a wonderful place to call home.