Current Community Service Opportunities




 The Lawrence Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade ( is seeking volunteers for its annual horse-drawn carriage event, to be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1. 


The organizers need spotters (9 persons), who will be stationed along the parade route and radio just ahead to the announcers so they know which entries are coming up.


They are also looking for a group of volunteers to coordinate and hand out fliers listing the entries and sponsors to spectators just ahead of the parade start time (10 a.m. to 11 a.m.), along Mass Street between 7th St. and 12th St. 


High school and adult volunteers are welcome, although note that this parade usually draws a large crowd to downtown and volunteers will not be closely supervised. All volunteers are encouraged to work in small groups. It is strongly encouraged for younger kids buddy up with an adult or older student as the event moves along between a fast pace and a road gait! 


For more information or to volunteer, contact parade announcer Chairpersons, Crystal & Steven Miles at by Oct. 15, 2018.




Local non-profit 100 Good Women has a volunteer opportunity this weekend. Here are the particulars:

Who: You, if you are looking for some community service hours. If not, come and shop for some great books instead. Everything is $1!

What: 100 Good Women's annual Book Exchange. People donate books and other people buy them for $1 each.

Where: The Oread located at 1200 Oread Ave.

When: Sunday, October 21st. Volunteer times are from 12:30-4:30 and can be split into shifts if you are unable to stay the whole time.


How: Just email Maggie at


Why: Because you are helping 100 Good Women assist our local friends in need and we are helping you gain community service hours you need.

If interested in shopping or donating, feel free to join us at The Oread from 1-3:30 on Sunday, October 21st. Bring any books in good condition for donation and then shop. Everything is sold for $1 each. We will have hors d'oeuvres, desserts and free valet parking.


Thank you,

Adrienne Boyd-Akers 

Treasurer, 100 Good Women and BSA parent
































Posted August 20, 2017

Hello Seabury Community!

We’ve received emails requesting ideas on what to do for Community Service hours. Here is a list of past activities that might spur your imagination!

Good luck!

Margie Lawrence and Bill Gollier


Special Olympics

Midnight Farms

Time Keeper Clinton Lake Triathlon


Camp Counselor for Special Needs Children

Tour de Lawrence Crew

Sleep in Blankets

Humane Society

Bike and Build

Conservation in Fiji

Stepping Stone Ranch

Little Seahawk Clinic

Tutoring at Public Library

Adopt a Family

BSA Concession Stand

Brandon Woods Visits

Line Judge (Volley ball)

Heritage Day

Raked Neighbor’s Lawn

BSA Team Managers

LCS Serving Dinner

Helped elderly person shop for groceries

Score keeper @ Rock Chalk Park

Family Promise Dinner

Cleaned neighbor’s house

Ass’t Topeka Expo Center Kid’s Fest

Childcare at Church

Safe House Boxes

Iron Man Volunteer

Trinity Episcopal Food Pantry

BSA Host

Trash pickup in the Community

Ass’t Lawrence Gymnastics

BSA Beautification Day

Guide Lawrence Memorial Hospital

Lab Ass’t BSA Med School

Lawrence Indoor Aquatic Center

BSA Curriculum Night Guide

Arts Center Ballet Ass’t

Acolyte @ St. John’s and Trinity

Knights of Columbus Breakfast

Self-Advocates Coalition

Independence Inc. Easter Egg Hunt

Ms. Wheelchair of KS Auction

Century School Teacher’s Aid

Counselor at White Oak Ranch

Aid at Bradley Animal Hospital


Neuvant House

Shoveling snow for neighbors

Neighborhood Dog Walking

KC Cheer Trunk or Treat Event

KC Union Mission Family Dinner

Volunteering at your former elementary school

And the list goes on…