There\u2019s still time to sign up for Jesse Lee Appalachia Service Project\u2019s 2017 mission trip \u2013 but the first required orientation sessions are occurring soon. All ASP volunteers must attend four orientation sessions \u2013 the first of which will be held on Thurs., March 23 and repeated Tues., March 28. (You choose which one to attend.) Both will be from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in the lower level of the main sanctuary building of Jesse Lee Memorial United Methodist Church, 207 Main St. ASP is a national Christian volunteer organization that sends volunteers on weeklong mission trips to make homes \u201cwarmer, safer and drier\u201d in West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina. Since ASP\u2019s founding in 1969, more than 390,000 volunteers have worked on nearly 18,000 homes. Jesse Lee ASP will make its 34th annual mission trip July 1-9. \u00a0It\u2019s open to adults and to teens who will have completed their freshman year of high school. Especially needed this year are adults \u2013 both those who have teens coming along and those who don\u2019t. You don\u2019t have to be a member of Jesse Lee or any church, you don\u2019t have to live in Ridgefield, and you don\u2019t need to be an expert with a hammer to volunteer. Basic construction skills and safety rules are taught prior to going on ASP. Learn what you must bring to the March orientation meeting \u2013 and get forms, dates and more details \u2013 at www.jesseleeasp.org. Or call Linda Shackelford at (914) 763-8165.