FCC authorizes Motorola to begin testing cellular telephones.
cocaine is developed in the Bahamas.
United States invades Grenada.
Academy Awards presented 'Best Picture' to "Ghandi."
Macduff begins publishing "Volunteer Today." She enlisted
the assistance of professionals to assist in writing articles
for this new publication. She is doing so again for these 21st
anniversary issues. For example,
Hawthorne is currently working on a story about the internet
and has asked for assistance from other professionals in the
early contributor to the paper Volunteer Today was Randall
Son, the recently retired Executive Director of the Walla
Walla Humane Society. He has agreed to write an article for
the August issue.
early contributors and notables in the field of volunteer
administation will share their thoughts on a variety of topics
in future issues, including Sue Vineyard, George Johnson-Coffey,
and Mary Merrill to just mention a few.
you were part of this early group of writers for "Volunteer Today"
and would like to be involved, send me an e-mail at email@example.com.
would love to include as many of our early contributors as possible.
Publishing made up two different Anniversary Special bundles
of publications last month for a 21% reduced price. Those two Anniversary
Special Bundles continue until the end of June. A new bundle
of publications is being selected that will be on sale starting in
July 1 and ending August 31, 2004. Check out this great opportunity
to save on publications from MBA Publishing. To order, go to the Volunteer
State University offers a Volunteer Management Certification Program through
the Internet. Individuals around the world can earn a certificate in managing
or coordinating volunteers, without leaving home. For more information,
visit Volunteer Today's Portal site, Internet
Resources. Look for the Washington State University listing. There
is a hot link to their Web site.