Engaging Volunteers through ISOTURES: Sustaining Volunteer Programs
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Terry, Bryan D., Rick Godke, Bill Heltemes, and Lori Wiggins. 2011. “Engaging Volunteers through ISOTURES: Sustaining Volunteer Programs: 4-H 6.11/4H309, 10/2010”. EDIS 2011 (1). Gainesville, FL. https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-4h309-2010.


This document is 4-H 6.11, part of the Engaging Volunteers through ISOTURES series by Bryan D. Terry, Rick Godke, Bill Heltemes, and Lori Wiggins. Published by the UF 4-H and Youth Development Program, October 2010.



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