DOVIA

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DOVIADirectors of Volunteers in Agencies
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Joshua Lawrence, 26, of Walpole; Rose Baldwin, 47 of 40 Whitcomb St., Webster; Jani Dovia, 26, of Salisbury; Christina Valencourt, 29, of 33 Coral St., Worcester; Melinda Neil, 24, of 4 Shrewsbury Green, Shrewsbury; Lori Johnson, 27, of Worcester; Maria Mendoza, 28, of 25 Haynes St., Worcester; Denise Bolduc, 40, of 14 Oread St., Worcester; Alicia Martin, 29, of Worcester; Tricia Houde, 30, of 7 Hampton St., Worcester; Irwinken Wiah, 45, of 80 Locust Road, Worcester;
The Denver Directors of Volunteers in Agencies (DOVIA) presented the 1997 lifetime achievement award to Scheier and volunteer management trainer Marlene Wilson for their accomplishments in the volunteer sphere and for their help in forming the Denver DOVIA.
Any community in the world where there is a volunteer center or similar body, or where there is a DOVIA or other professional network of volunteer program managers, can decide--on its own--to collect and report "The State of Volunteering Here." It simply takes will.