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"Fill in the Gaps" is a guide to assist volunteers and small event managers.

The guide is full of document templates, hints and To Do Lists. You'll find things like a community consultation workshop plan, the bones of a project plan, example letters and contracts for hiring contractors and media release forms.

Hopefully from this eBook you will have ideas and guidelines fo
Kindle Edition, Edition 2. Edition 1 was distributed via CD Rom and Email
Published April 2017 (first published 2004)
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Karletta Abianac is a blogger, writer, and podcaster from Queensland, Australia.

As a teenager, she wrote and produced a street zine in Brisbane called Cookies Youth Magazine.

Karletta has long been a community activist; she did public speaking as a young person, in 2003, she received a Queensland Government Youth Up-Front Award for her "Volunteer Work and Commitment to Social Change", and publish

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