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Southern Region 4-H Volunteer Forum

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The Southern Region 4-H Volunteer Forum is an annual training event for volunteers and staff in the 13 southern states and in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands to increase capacity and contribute more effectively to achieving the mission of 4-H youth development. It is an educational event, with many social and networking opportunities to share and learn from one another in formal seminars and workshops as well as from informal discussions and conversations. Most of all, it’s fun! Held the first weekend of October each year at the Volunteer Conference of Southern States at Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, Georgia, this event is a wonderful learning experience for paid and unpaid staff. Registrations are collected and managed through the State 4-H Office for North Carolina delegates participating in this event.

 2012 Southern Region 4-H Volunteer Forum

    (4-7 October 2012) C.A. Vines Arkansas 4-H Center, Little Rock, AR

2009 SRVF Service Activity Report Form