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September 2020 | XXXVIII. Issue 3

You Know You Want Volunteers: Successful Strategies to Achieve Effective Volunteer Assistance
Tana Petrov, Fountaindale Public Library District and Kim Tipton, McHenry County College
Libraries Emerging from COVID-19: Budget and Funding Concerns
Diane Foote, Illinois Library Association
Introducing ILA’s Students andNew Professionals (SANP) Forum
Carol Ng-He, Arlington Heights Memorial Library and Anjelica Rufus-Barnes, Prospect Heights Public Library District

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