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Posted: Saturday, June 7, 2014 12:00 am

Community service has become very important for college applicants. Keep track of your hours on a calendar or notebook. Make note of dates, times and who supervised you. Keep any certificates or letters that recognize your service. These can be included in some scholarship applications.

Here are local organizations that you can serve this summer:

Animal Friends Connection

933 S. Cherokee Lane

209-365-0535

Linus Project

Sacramento County

916-365-8955

Lodi Public Library

201 W. Locust St.

209-333-5503

Lodi Boys and Girls Club

1050 S. Stockton St.

LOEL Community Center

105 S. Washington St.

Lodi Memorial Hospital

975 S. Fairmont Ave.

Salvation Army

525 W. Lockeford St.

209-368-3824

Lodi Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services

125 N. Stockton St.

209-333-6742

Lodi Police Explorers

230 W. Elm St.

209-333-6727

Micke Grove Zoo

11793 N. Micke Grove Road

209-331-7270

PALS Animal Shelter

1405 W. Kettleman Lane

209-224-0354

World of Wonders Science Museum

2 N. Sacramento St.

209-368-0969

Contact Information

Stephanie Hiatt

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