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Then you can search online—or in the telephone book—for agencies that match volunteers with the organizations that need their help. 29 Glossary commitment (kuh-MIT-muhnt) obligation or pledge to do something habitats (HAB-i-tats) areas or environments where an animal normally lives livestock (LAHYV-stok) animals such as cattle or horses raised for profit, often on a farm poultry (POHL-tree) birds such as chickens and turkeys raised for meat or eggs self-reliant (self ri-LAHY-uhnt) trusting one’s own powers or judgment restoration (res-tuh-REY-shuhn) process of returning to original condition volunteers (vol-uhn-TEERZ) people who do something of their own free will and without payment 30 21st CENTURY SKILLS LIBRARY For More Information Books Ditchfield, Christin.

29 Glossary commitment (kuh-MIT-muhnt) obligation or pledge to do something habitats (HAB-i-tats) areas or environments where an animal normally lives livestock (LAHYV-stok) animals such as cattle or horses raised for profit, often on a farm poultry (POHL-tree) birds such as chickens and turkeys raised for meat or eggs self-reliant (self ri-LAHY-uhnt) trusting one’s own powers or judgment restoration (res-tuh-REY-shuhn) process of returning to original condition volunteers (vol-uhn-TEERZ) people who do something of their own free will and without payment 30 21st CENTURY SKILLS LIBRARY For More Information Books Ditchfield, Christin.

The Citizens and Their Governments series introduces readers to the rights and responsibilities of citizens for the 21st century. Other titles in the series include: • • • • Democracy at Work Electing Leaders Government at Work Law and Order • • • Local Action Rights and Values Voting To guide your reading, look for these notes that will help build the understanding and skills you’ll need in the 21st Century. Look for the following margin notes: Learning and Innovation skills You need to learn about lots of things, but you also need to learn how to learn.

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