• Opportunity Village's HallOVeen 10-31-18
    This is Opportunity Village‘s 6th year to host the “HallOVeen”. Opportunity Village is a 100% local charity that serves people with intellectual disabilities to improve the quality of their lives and the lives of their families. Proceeds from this extraordinary event go directly to support programs and services for the 3,000 people with disabilities served every year. It is located on the Oakey campus at 6300 West Oakey, between Rainbow and Jones. Of course all of this takes a team effort of[masked] volunteers a night. Please arrive on time by 4:30pm. Park at the back of the Opportunity Village building and follow the volunteer signs to the gym (access is off Community College Drive.) Jobs will be assigned by the staff of Opportunity Village when we meet in the gym. Here is a list of activities that we will be responsible for; Entry gate greeters, line monitor, ticket takers, park security, information booth, private party door monitor, exit, ride & attractions, costume and character volunteers and cash handling jobs. You can expect to be there until 10pm. It is difficult to leave early from most stations, so make sure you let a coordinator know if you won't be staying the entire night; it is preferable to have volunteers that can commit until 10pm. All volunteers must be 18 years old. Dress warmly as it could be quite chilly at night and be sure to wear comfortable shoes as you most likely won't be sitting much. You are allowed to dress up if you want to but please do NOT wear a mask and remember to not be TOO spooky as this event is focused around very young children. ALL Proceeds raised at the HallOVeen will benefit people with disabilities at Opportunity Village. Since 1954 Opportunity Village has been serving men and women in our community to provide them with programs and services to help enrich their lives. Tanya Paynter [masked]

    Opportunity Village

    6300 W Oakey Blvd · Las Vegas, NV

  • Opportunity Village's HallOVeen 10-30-18
    This is Opportunity Village‘s 6th year to host the “HallOVeen”. Opportunity Village is a 100% local charity that serves people with intellectual disabilities to improve the quality of their lives and the lives of their families. Proceeds from this extraordinary event go directly to support programs and services for the 3,000 people with disabilities served every year. It is located on the Oakey campus at 6300 West Oakey, between Rainbow and Jones. Of course all of this takes a team effort of[masked] volunteers a night. Please arrive on time by 4:30pm. Park at the back of the Opportunity Village building and follow the volunteer signs to the gym (access is off Community College Drive.) Jobs will be assigned by the staff of Opportunity Village when we meet in the gym. Here is a list of activities that we will be responsible for; Entry gate greeters, line monitor, ticket takers, park security, information booth, private party door monitor, exit, ride & attractions, costume and character volunteers and cash handling jobs. You can expect to be there until 10pm. It is difficult to leave early from most stations, so make sure you let a coordinator know if you won't be staying the entire night; it is preferable to have volunteers that can commit until 10pm. All volunteers must be 18 years old. Dress warmly as it could be quite chilly at night and be sure to wear comfortable shoes as you most likely won't be sitting much. You are allowed to dress up if you want to but please do NOT wear a mask and remember to not be TOO spooky as this event is focused around very young children. ALL Proceeds raised at the HallOVeen will benefit people with disabilities at Opportunity Village. Since 1954 Opportunity Village has been serving men and women in our community to provide them with programs and services to help enrich their lives. Tanya Paynter [masked]

    Opportunity Village

    6300 W Oakey Blvd · Las Vegas, NV

  • Opportunity Village's HallOVeen 10-29-18
    This is Opportunity Village‘s 6th year to host the “HallOVeen”. Opportunity Village is a 100% local charity that serves people with intellectual disabilities to improve the quality of their lives and the lives of their families. Proceeds from this extraordinary event go directly to support programs and services for the 3,000 people with disabilities served every year. It is located on the Oakey campus at 6300 West Oakey, between Rainbow and Jones. Of course all of this takes a team effort of[masked] volunteers a night. Please arrive on time by 4:30pm. Park at the back of the Opportunity Village building and follow the volunteer signs to the gym (access is off Community College Drive.) Jobs will be assigned by the staff of Opportunity Village when we meet in the gym. Here is a list of activities that we will be responsible for; Entry gate greeters, line monitor, ticket takers, park security, information booth, private party door monitor, exit, ride & attractions, costume and character volunteers and cash handling jobs. You can expect to be there until 10pm. It is difficult to leave early from most stations, so make sure you let a coordinator know if you won't be staying the entire night; it is preferable to have volunteers that can commit until 10pm. All volunteers must be 18 years old. Dress warmly as it could be quite chilly at night and be sure to wear comfortable shoes as you most likely won't be sitting much. You are allowed to dress up if you want to but please do NOT wear a mask and remember to not be TOO spooky as this event is focused around very young children. ALL Proceeds raised at the HallOVeen will benefit people with disabilities at Opportunity Village. Since 1954 Opportunity Village has been serving men and women in our community to provide them with programs and services to help enrich their lives. Tanya Paynter [masked]

    Opportunity Village

    6300 W Oakey Blvd · Las Vegas, NV

  • Opportunity Village's HallOVeen 10-28-18
    This is Opportunity Village‘s 6th year to host the “HallOVeen”. Opportunity Village is a 100% local charity that serves people with intellectual disabilities to improve the quality of their lives and the lives of their families. Proceeds from this extraordinary event go directly to support programs and services for the 3,000 people with disabilities served every year. It is located on the Oakey campus at 6300 West Oakey, between Rainbow and Jones. Of course all of this takes a team effort of[masked] volunteers a night. Please arrive on time by 4:30pm. Park at the back of the Opportunity Village building and follow the volunteer signs to the gym (access is off Community College Drive.) Jobs will be assigned by the staff of Opportunity Village when we meet in the gym. Here is a list of activities that we will be responsible for; Entry gate greeters, line monitor, ticket takers, park security, information booth, private party door monitor, exit, ride & attractions, costume and character volunteers and cash handling jobs. You can expect to be there until 10pm. It is difficult to leave early from most stations, so make sure you let a coordinator know if you won't be staying the entire night; it is preferable to have volunteers that can commit until 10pm. All volunteers must be 18 years old. Dress warmly as it could be quite chilly at night and be sure to wear comfortable shoes as you most likely won't be sitting much. You are allowed to dress up if you want to but please do NOT wear a mask and remember to not be TOO spooky as this event is focused around very young children. ALL Proceeds raised at the HallOVeen will benefit people with disabilities at Opportunity Village. Since 1954 Opportunity Village has been serving men and women in our community to provide them with programs and services to help enrich their lives. Tanya Paynter [masked]

    Opportunity Village

    6300 W Oakey Blvd · Las Vegas, NV

  • Opportunity Village's HallOVeen 10-27-18
    This is Opportunity Village‘s 6th year to host the “HallOVeen”. Opportunity Village is a 100% local charity that serves people with intellectual disabilities to improve the quality of their lives and the lives of their families. Proceeds from this extraordinary event go directly to support programs and services for the 3,000 people with disabilities served every year. It is located on the Oakey campus at 6300 West Oakey, between Rainbow and Jones. Of course all of this takes a team effort of[masked] volunteers a night. Please arrive on time by 4:30pm. Park at the back of the Opportunity Village building and follow the volunteer signs to the gym (access is off Community College Drive.) Jobs will be assigned by the staff of Opportunity Village when we meet in the gym. Here is a list of activities that we will be responsible for; Entry gate greeters, line monitor, ticket takers, park security, information booth, private party door monitor, exit, ride & attractions, costume and character volunteers and cash handling jobs. You can expect to be there until 10pm. It is difficult to leave early from most stations, so make sure you let a coordinator know if you won't be staying the entire night; it is preferable to have volunteers that can commit until 10pm. All volunteers must be 18 years old. Dress warmly as it could be quite chilly at night and be sure to wear comfortable shoes as you most likely won't be sitting much. You are allowed to dress up if you want to but please do NOT wear a mask and remember to not be TOO spooky as this event is focused around very young children. ALL Proceeds raised at the HallOVeen will benefit people with disabilities at Opportunity Village. Since 1954 Opportunity Village has been serving men and women in our community to provide them with programs and services to help enrich their lives. Tanya Paynter [masked]

    Opportunity Village

    6300 W Oakey Blvd · Las Vegas, NV

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  • Opportunity Village's HallOVeen 10-26-18
    This is Opportunity Village‘s 6th year to host the “HallOVeen”. Opportunity Village is a 100% local charity that serves people with intellectual disabilities to improve the quality of their lives and the lives of their families. Proceeds from this extraordinary event go directly to support programs and services for the 3,000 people with disabilities served every year. It is located on the Oakey campus at 6300 West Oakey, between Rainbow and Jones. Of course all of this takes a team effort of[masked] volunteers a night. Please arrive on time by 4:30pm. Park at the back of the Opportunity Village building and follow the volunteer signs to the gym (access is off Community College Drive.) Jobs will be assigned by the staff of Opportunity Village when we meet in the gym. Here is a list of activities that we will be responsible for; Entry gate greeters, line monitor, ticket takers, park security, information booth, private party door monitor, exit, ride & attractions, costume and character volunteers and cash handling jobs. You can expect to be there until 10pm. It is difficult to leave early from most stations, so make sure you let a coordinator know if you won't be staying the entire night; it is preferable to have volunteers that can commit until 10pm. All volunteers must be 18 years old. Dress warmly as it could be quite chilly at night and be sure to wear comfortable shoes as you most likely won't be sitting much. You are allowed to dress up if you want to but please do NOT wear a mask and remember to not be TOO spooky as this event is focused around very young children. ALL Proceeds raised at the HallOVeen will benefit people with disabilities at Opportunity Village. Since 1954 Opportunity Village has been serving men and women in our community to provide them with programs and services to help enrich their lives. Tanya Paynter [masked]

    Opportunity Village

    6300 W Oakey Blvd · Las Vegas, NV

  • LV Rescue Mission Dinner Service 10-26-18
    The Las Vegas Rescue Mission needs volunteers to assist with their dinner service on Friday Oct 26 at 430pm Upon arrival, let them know at the security gate you are with A.O.K and will be volunteering in the kitchen. Head to the kitchen and the LVRM kitchen staff will provide you with further instructions. Volunteer Duties: Duties will include dishing up the cuisine of the evening, filling water glasses, passing out the utensils, salt, pepper, hot sauce and helping with the clean-up in the kitchen. No past experience working in a kitchen required. Stylish aprons, hairnets and gloves will be provided by the LVRM. If you prefer to work the serving line please wear long pants..... Parking: When you arrive at the security gate, please be sure to tell the guard that you are with A.O.K. There is plenty of secured parking on site. Please Note: When volunteering at the Las Vegas Rescue Mission you must read the volunteer Code of Conduct. All volunteers must abide by these rules of the Las Vegas Rescue Mission. The Code of Conduct is located in the A.O.K. files. Volunteers for this event are asked to dress modestly (no tank tops) and to wear closed toe shoes. Thanks for your help, if you have questions feel free to contact me. Hope to see you there! Bryan Aitchison [masked]

    Las Vegas Rescue Mission

    480 West Bonanza · Las Vegas, NV

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  • Opportunity Village's HallOVeen 10-25-18
    This is Opportunity Village‘s 6th year to host the “HallOVeen”. Opportunity Village is a 100% local charity that serves people with intellectual disabilities to improve the quality of their lives and the lives of their families. Proceeds from this extraordinary event go directly to support programs and services for the 3,000 people with disabilities served every year. It is located on the Oakey campus at 6300 West Oakey, between Rainbow and Jones. Of course all of this takes a team effort of[masked] volunteers a night. Please arrive on time by 4:30pm. Park at the back of the Opportunity Village building and follow the volunteer signs to the gym (access is off Community College Drive.) Jobs will be assigned by the staff of Opportunity Village when we meet in the gym. Here is a list of activities that we will be responsible for; Entry gate greeters, line monitor, ticket takers, park security, information booth, private party door monitor, exit, ride & attractions, costume and character volunteers and cash handling jobs. You can expect to be there until 10pm. It is difficult to leave early from most stations, so make sure you let a coordinator know if you won't be staying the entire night; it is preferable to have volunteers that can commit until 10pm. All volunteers must be 18 years old. Dress warmly as it could be quite chilly at night and be sure to wear comfortable shoes as you most likely won't be sitting much. You are allowed to dress up if you want to but please do NOT wear a mask and remember to not be TOO spooky as this event is focused around very young children. ALL Proceeds raised at the HallOVeen will benefit people with disabilities at Opportunity Village. Since 1954 Opportunity Village has been serving men and women in our community to provide them with programs and services to help enrich their lives. Tanya Paynter [masked]

    Opportunity Village

    6300 W Oakey Blvd · Las Vegas, NV

    5 comments
  • Opportunity Village's HallOVeen 10-24-18
    This is Opportunity Village‘s 6th year to host the “HallOVeen”. Opportunity Village is a 100% local charity that serves people with intellectual disabilities to improve the quality of their lives and the lives of their families. Proceeds from this extraordinary event go directly to support programs and services for the 3,000 people with disabilities served every year. It is located on the Oakey campus at 6300 West Oakey, between Rainbow and Jones. Of course all of this takes a team effort of[masked] volunteers a night. Please arrive on time by 4:30pm. Park at the back of the Opportunity Village building and follow the volunteer signs to the gym (access is off Community College Drive.) Jobs will be assigned by the staff of Opportunity Village when we meet in the gym. Here is a list of activities that we will be responsible for; Entry gate greeters, line monitor, ticket takers, park security, information booth, private party door monitor, exit, ride & attractions, costume and character volunteers and cash handling jobs. You can expect to be there until 10pm. It is difficult to leave early from most stations, so make sure you let a coordinator know if you won't be staying the entire night; it is preferable to have volunteers that can commit until 10pm. All volunteers must be 18 years old. Dress warmly as it could be quite chilly at night and be sure to wear comfortable shoes as you most likely won't be sitting much. You are allowed to dress up if you want to but please do NOT wear a mask and remember to not be TOO spooky as this event is focused around very young children. ALL Proceeds raised at the HallOVeen will benefit people with disabilities at Opportunity Village. Since 1954 Opportunity Village has been serving men and women in our community to provide them with programs and services to help enrich their lives. Tanya Paynter [masked]

    Opportunity Village

    6300 W Oakey Blvd · Las Vegas, NV

    1 comment
  • Opportunity Village's HallOVeen 10-23-18
    This is Opportunity Village‘s 6th year to host the “HallOVeen”. Opportunity Village is a 100% local charity that serves people with intellectual disabilities to improve the quality of their lives and the lives of their families. Proceeds from this extraordinary event go directly to support programs and services for the 3,000 people with disabilities served every year. It is located on the Oakey campus at 6300 West Oakey, between Rainbow and Jones. Of course all of this takes a team effort of[masked] volunteers a night. Please arrive on time by 4:30pm. Park at the back of the Opportunity Village building and follow the volunteer signs to the gym (access is off Community College Drive.) Jobs will be assigned by the staff of Opportunity Village when we meet in the gym. Here is a list of activities that we will be responsible for; Entry gate greeters, line monitor, ticket takers, park security, information booth, private party door monitor, exit, ride & attractions, costume and character volunteers and cash handling jobs. You can expect to be there until 10pm. It is difficult to leave early from most stations, so make sure you let a coordinator know if you won't be staying the entire night; it is preferable to have volunteers that can commit until 10pm. All volunteers must be 18 years old. Dress warmly as it could be quite chilly at night and be sure to wear comfortable shoes as you most likely won't be sitting much. You are allowed to dress up if you want to but please do NOT wear a mask and remember to not be TOO spooky as this event is focused around very young children. ALL Proceeds raised at the HallOVeen will benefit people with disabilities at Opportunity Village. Since 1954 Opportunity Village has been serving men and women in our community to provide them with programs and services to help enrich their lives. Tanya Paynter [masked]

    Opportunity Village

    6300 W Oakey Blvd · Las Vegas, NV