Working Together to Build a Vital, Healthy and Interconnected Community


Volunteer with CLASS

CLASS is looking for volunteers to serve on our committees to help us move forward as a community and as we serve older adults and caregivers.  We are looking for volunteers to serve on the Programming, Communications, Transportation and Membership Committees.

The Communication Committee  handles CLASS communication needs such as creating and distributing program flyers, updating the CLASS website, providing information to local newspapers, updating brochures, and more.  If interested in serving on this committee, contact committee chair Cathy Wyland, 651-407-2030,

The Membership Committee

CLASS is actively looking to grow our membership. We are especially interested in attracting members of the older adult population and members of organizations that serve older adults and caregivers. If interested in serving on this committee, contact committee chair Kim Williams, 651-762-3626,

Nutrition as You Age Program, 2017

The Programming Committee

CLASS sponsors 5-6 programs per year. Each program is of interest to older adults and/or caregivers. In the past we have sponsored programs about older adult safety, fraud prevention, and services for veterans. If interested in serving on this committee, contact committee chair Cheryl Gysbers, 651-748-7252,

The Transportation Committee

Transportation is an issue for residents of the northeast metropolitan area.  The Transportation Committee works with transportation providers, municipalities, and county representatives to work on solutions to this ongoing problem.  If interested in serving on this committee, contact committee chair Mike Greenbaum, 651-846-9301,

 The Senior Chore Program

chorevolunteersConnecting community volunteers to seniors who need help with household chores. 
The Senior Chore program helps seniors to continue living in their homes, thereby enhancing their quality of life, reducing demand for public and private care facilities, and contributing to the strength and vitality of communities. The Program connects seniors with volunteers of all ages who assist them with household maintenance projects, such as seasonal chores, housekeeping, and minor home repairs. If you enjoy working with seniors and want to give back to your community in a meaningful way call Debbie Wells, Senior Chore & Volunteer Coordinator, 651-757-4061 or email her at

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Opportunities in the White Bear Lake Area

The White Bear Area Senior Program serves the 60+ population of the White Bear Lake Area School District, and is a division of the White Bear Lake Area Community Services & Recreation Dept. Volunteers are the backbone of our various programs.  Volunteer Applications are available on-line or by stopping in at the White Bear Area Senior Center, 2484 East County Road F, White Bear Lake. For more information call 651-653-3121.

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Independent School District 622

Each year nearly 4,000 volunteers provide academic support to learners of all ages, deliver Meals on Wheels, assist children and adults with developmental and/or physical disabilities in recreation and enrichment programs and more. More information: 651-748-7252

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Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota Senior Corps

Senior Corps volunteers must be 55 or older. A tax-free stipend and travel reimbursement is available.

Senior Companion Program: Senior Companion volunteers enhance the lives of older adults in the community who need assistance with daily tasks to remain in their own homes and provide respite to caregiving families.

Foster Grandparent Program: Foster Grandparent volunteers serve youth in a wide variety of settings including public and private schools, Head Start and preschools. From striving to prepare children for success in schools to mentoring incarcerated teenagers, Foster Grandparent volunteers make a difference in the lives of those they serve.

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