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Woman's Clubs Here
Win Awards Atlfc
r State Convention
The Furniture City
Woman's Club and the High
Point Junior Woman's Club
won honors at the annual convention of the N.C. Federation of Woman's Clubs held in
The Furniture City
Woman's Club was awarded
the NCFWC membership
tray for the greatest pereen-
tage increases in members.
Mrs. Charles W. Scott, club
president, accepted the
award. The Furniture City
Club was organized in 1973
and is the newest federated
club in this area.
The High Point Junior
Woman's Club received a
first place award for best
overall work with the Kidney
Foundation. A film produced
by the club now is being used
in schools throughout the
southeast in research projects and in nursing schools
to promote organ donor
programs. The Kidney Foundation is a state Junior Club
Mrs. Earl Barbour, president of the High Point Junior
Woman's Club, accepted a
first runner-up award for the
club's work with the Assn.
for Children with Learning
Disabilities. The club has
assisted in the organization
of a local chapter of ACJD
and has provided learning aid
materials for the High Point
City Schools. ACLD is a
national Junior project.
Mrs. Charles McDonald,.
district education chairman
and past president of the
High Point Junior Woman's
Club, accepted a first runner-
up award given to the club
contributing the most money
per member to the state
scholarship fund.
Junior Woman's Club
members attending from
High Point were Mrs. Ron
Stevens, Mrs. Barbour, Mrs.
Tim Sims, Mrs. McDonald,
Mrs. Thomas Hayworth,
Mrs. Darrell Stout, Mrs. Rex
Walser and Miss Kathy
Brown. *^«S
Attending from the High
Point Woman's ,Club were
Mrs. Harold Davis, Mrs. J.
G. Walsh, Mrs. W. B.
McCarter, Mrs. Bea Nelson,
Mrs. H. T. Short and Mrs. J.
E. Atkins.
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High Point Woman's Club Scrapbook [1974-1975]

248 total pages