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Volunteering

Isn’t the Tavern a Great Place? 

La Tapenade Tavern is a wonderful place to eat, drink and meet people. Without Volunteers, the tavern would not be possible. 

Have you wondered what it would be like to be a Volunteer? 

It is Easy and Fun.  Serving our neighbors food and drink. Cooking is pre-programmed in our air conditioned kitchen.   
No sweeping or mopping or scrubbing pans. 
Pick your own schedule. Work as little as two times per month. 
Volunteers are rewarded with appreciation tokens, redeemable for food and drink at the tavern. 
Quarterly Socials for Active Volunteers. 
Volunteering is a great way to socialize with your friends, make new friends, and contribute to the Community at Large. 
Greet and meet future residents visiting Del Webb Orlando and let them know what a wonderful place we have to offer. 

Find out all about Volunteering 

We will be happy to meet with you and show you through the Tavern to explain the easy procedures.  After a quick orientation session, you are ready to shadow an experienced volunteer and get started.  

Contact any of the following people or any volunteer: 

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Updated May 11th, 2020

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