4-H Volunteer Recognition

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Volunteers are the heart of the North Carolina 4-H program. Their energy and commitment create positive opportunities for young people across the state every day, and without their consistent, dedicated service, many of the 4-H programs available would simply not exist. The North Carolina 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association annually sponsors a statewide volunteer recognition program to formally acknowledge the excellent work of these individuals who give their time, talents, and resources in support of the youth participating in North Carolina 4-H programs. To learn more, visit our website and talk to your 4-H Agent about this opportunity!

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Sarah Kotzian, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionSarah Kotzian, Ph.D.Youth and Adult Citizenship and Engagement Specialist Call Sarah Email Sarah 4-H Youth Development
NC State Extension, NC State University
Posted on Aug 30, 2020
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