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Saturday May 21,2011 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Our monthly Parents Night Out is always held on the third Saturday of the month from 3:30-7:30 (volunteers should show up by 3pm and expect to stay until 8pm). We would LOVE to have you there! Please confirm your willingness to volunteer via our new RSVP link here. You will need to reply for each month separately,starting on the first date of the month. It is very helpful to let us know as soon as possible if you will be available to help us help our families. Based on the number of volunteers,we will know how many children we can have at that month’s PNO.

When you come to PNO,please bring your clearances if you have not provided them to us already. If the fee required for the Child Abuse Clearance is prohibitive for you then complete the form and send it to me. I will mail it in with the necessary payment. I will bring blank clearances to each month’s event in case you need one to provide to a friend.

*** We are able to provide wonderful raffle prizes for our volunteers thanks to several generous community groups!!

We receive so much positive feedback about our PNO service that we are only limited by the number of volunteers we have each month. The registration for families fills up quickly,and we would love to be able to open more spots. We can do this only if we have additional volunteers!

Thanks so much for being a part of this great service,

Autism Alliance of Chester County

p.s. feel free to forward our information to anyone else that you believe may be interested in joining our group. They can join our listserv by sending email to us and enter your name and email to subscribe to the Autism Alliance of Chester County ListServ.

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