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Help no-killer shelter revamp its Web site


Help no-kill shelter revamp its Web site

C.A.R.E., a no-kill animal shelter, needs a volunteer Web site designer to help enhance its Internet presence.

The center hopes to modernize and improve the look of its Web site. The volunteer would work with other volunteers to develop a new look, feel and content for the Web site.

The group hopes to use its Web page to attract new supporters or potential adopters.

College students needing an independent study or internship, as well as all other interested people, are encouraged to apply. Call Don Hinderliter at 633-2903.


Open your home to an exchange student

Learn more about a foreign culture without the cost of airplane tickets by hosting an exchange student for Hillsborough Community College.

The college needs host families for a group of scholarship students from Latin America and the Caribbean. The students are here for two years and live with a host family for the first nine months. The idea is for them to gain proficiency in English and learn more about U.S. families and local communities. The next group of students arrives at HCC on Aug. 13. Host families are needed as soon as possible. Call 259-6593 or 924-5825 or e-mail for more information.

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