How to Be a Good Town Volunteer,
as Taught by
the Stern Village Overhaul
I've wondered as I've wandered,
what would mean the most to me . . .
I immediately decided
-- public service! --
would be Most satisfactory.
So I scoured the town web site,
looking for a clue . . .
for what would best serve my talents,
what could I uniquely volunteer
to do . . . .
The opportunity struck me,
like a heavenly bolt of light!
I could volunteer to run the town,
I could valliantly set wrongs right.
Then I looked further,
and was put in a pickle . . .
I could also serve as
chief of police,
and track down every wooden nickel.
I soon saw that my desire,
to serve and help my town,
would pay me tens of thousands,
with a nice new car to drive around . . .
I urge you all to donate,
to your town, in this fine way,
Find a job you'd volunteer to do,
And then . . . collect the pay.
YooHoo! Town Hall,
I have one more thing to say,
Now that I'm volunteering,
Don't forget . . . my 401-K.