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Host Ed Zinkiewicz uncovers engaging—sometimes surprising, but never dull— volunteer opportunities available to retirees. Interviewing volunteers and volunteer coordinators each week, Ed highlights the meaningful contributions volunteers make and also the rewards volunteers receive. Imagining a retirement that matters starts here. Sign up for Ed's free, weekly newsletter at retire-to.com and get listings of coming episodes.
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Feb 15, 2017

Nashville Symphony—Opportunities Galore Including the Instrument Petting Zoo

A newsletter from the Nashville Symphony advertising the Instrument Petting Zoo caught Jaeger’s curiosity and the rest is history! He is a lover of music and soon found this was just the place to volunteer his time and talents. Chuck has been volunteering there since 2009.

The Nashville Symphony offers a wide variety of opportunities to engage volunteers from Nashville and its surrounding communities. If you would like to support the performing arts through volunteer service, they would like to partner with you. Nashville Symphony volunteers can customize their schedules to fit their lifestyles. You are able to determine your level of commitment. For information about volunteering at the Schermerhorn, click "Volunteer Services" on their website (https://www.nashvillesymphony.org/support/volunteer/opportunities) or contact Kathleen McCracken at kmccracken@nashvillesymphony.org.

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