Plan Scripps Ranch! There are two planning groups in Scripps Ranch (SRPG and MRNPC). These groups are responsible for advising the City on all land-use decisions in and around Scripps Ranch: new homes and businesses, school sites, changes to roads, upkeep of open space, etc. If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Peggy Shirey at 530-3833 or Bob Ilko at 586-1235.
Will you help SRCA help Scripps Ranch? The Scripps Ranch Civic Association has an office, a computer, and information about Scripps Ranch. But we need you! We need volunteers to work in the Information Center a couple of hours a week. Pass out brochures; talk with people who come in; direct people to our website. We have many of the answers to give people, but we need your help. Please call Kathy Allman at 695-6916 to volunteer to make a difference in Scripps Ranch.
Treasurer Needed! The Scripps Ranch Theatre is looking for a volunteer to serve as Treasurer of the Board. Duties include paying bills, tracking income and expenses, preparing a monthly report, and attending monthly Board meetings. Bookkeeping experience is desirable; experience with Quicken helpful. For more information, contact Rick Parke at 549-6941 or Sharon Hays at 586-7564.
Landscape your neighborhood! The Scripps Ranch Landscape Maintenance District (SRLMD) is looking for residents who have an eye for improving their area. You raise the issue and help define the desired result. The SRLMD committee can make it happen. Call Bob Dingeman at 566-6083 if you want to improve your neighborhood.
Volunteer for Lunch. We are seeking volunteers to staff the Information Center during the hours it is closed for lunch, from 1:00-2:30 pm, Monday through Thursday. Volunteers will answer phones and assist any walk-in traffic by providing tours of the Center, general information on the operations of the Center and City resources, history of the community and Center, and information on other community resources such as the SRCA. Interested individuals should contact Clay Bingham, Center Manager, at 538-8210.
Are you a senior citizen in search of a mission? The SRCA Events Committee needs volunteers to help coordinate the larger community-wide meetings. We need help setting up meeting rooms, providing refreshments, and making sure traffic is directed. Senior citizens, who are available during the day, would be ideal. If you are interested, call 578-0430.
How about a new challenge that’s exciting and interesting, where your help will be very much appreciated? Volunteers are needed for short 2.5-hour shifts working in Book Nook at the Scripps Ranch Library. Duties involve selling used books, T-shirts, and other items during one of three shifts each day. Please call Grace Roos at 566-8887 for information about becoming a volunteer.
Do you love theatre? Scripps Ranch Theatre is seeking dedicated volunteers to help with lighting design, set construction, backstage help, and more. If you have a few or several hours to spend, we guarantee you’ll work hard and have fun. Call 578-7728 to learn more about our volunteer opportunities.
Join a special class of volunteers and become a Jerabek Art Corps Teacher! Art Corps teaches fundamentals of art to children in grades K-5. Volunteers attend hands-on workshops where they create their own beautiful work and learn how to present and teach each lesson in the classroom. No experience is necessary. To sign-up or for more information, please call Mary Baker at 689-1716.
Do you like to get out in the community? Like to talk to people? Have a few hours to fill? If the answer is yes, the I-15 Diamond Gateway Chamber of Commerce needs you to visit and welcome local businesses to the chamber. This is a great way to become part of our growing community. Please call 484-2800.
Join the Global Family! Welcome an exchange student into your family. Each year more than 3,000 Youth For Understanding (YFU) International Exchange Students from over 50 countries arrive in the USA to experience life with an American host family. It’s a wonderful educational opportunity for the entire family. To learn more call us today at 1-800-TEENAGE or contact www.YouthForUnderstanding.org. or Tyler at 578-4943.
The San Diego Police Department is seeking applicants for the Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol (RSVP). RSVP members must be 55 years of age or older. Members are given classroom instruction, field training, and are outfitted with a uniform. For more info, call Eldon Jacobs at 538-8120.
Be a part of the San Diego Police Department. Volunteers will be trained in report writing and criminal investigations. This innovative program is called Volunteers in Policing (VIP) and is open to individuals 18 years of age or older. VIP’s work an average of four hours each week, inside the station. You will find the activities rewarding and will help stretch taxpayer dollars by giving detectives and officers more time in the field. For more information, call Annie at 538-8051.