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A surprise from Papillion La Vista South High School's LEO Club

SHARE Omaha received the best surprise from Papillion LaVista South High School's LEO Club!

If you don't know about the LEO Club, this group gives young people opportunities for development and contribution- individually and collectively - as responsible members of our community. Leo Club activities and projects enhance the community and help young people develop and practice leadership, organization and social skills.

The Leo Club motto is Leadership, Experience, Opportunity.

12 Volunteers Making Us Better

We believe in the power of community and the impact of volunteerism. Our community’s volunteers are the heart and soul of the nonprofits in our region. Their dedication and passion is something you need to see to believe! Today we shine a spotlight on some of the amazing volunteers who help make the metro better every day. These are just a few of the incredible volunteers we’ve heard about lately who are making a difference: 

Volunteer Voices: Doreen, The Rose Theater volunteer

I was curious, what is it like to help with a school show at The Rose Theater? My son has a field trip scheduled for next month and I could just imagine how many hands it takes to keep the theater from descending into pure chaos. Last week, I gave two hours of my time as a school show usher and got to see the magic first hand. 

Volunteer Voices: Dr. Naim, Nebraska Afghan Community Center

The Nebraska Afghan Community Center (NACC) works to build a unified, educated, and self-sufficient Afghan community in Nebraska.  NACC was founded by a group of former military combat interpreters after the fall of the Afghan government in August 2021.  They provide a variety of basic social services and recreation opportunities to the community.  

Volunteer with NACC

Volunteer Voices: Martha, Omaha Girls Rock volunteer

"For me, volunteering has given me a chance to be a part of something bigger than myself. I feel supported and I can also support other people. It's really important during these times of division and separation, that we find these communities, within the bigger Omaha community, that we find those people that support us and make us feel a part of something," shared Martha, Omaha Girls Rock volunteer.