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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY ECMEY, RICKMOUD CHAPTER(State and latio-
nal A. A. U. ;L), c/b Mrs. J. T. Dorris, 522 Summitt Street, Richmond.
Founded l924.`President, Mrs. J. T. Derris. Telephone 582-J. Secretary, Mrs.
Hugh Mahaffey, Sunset Avenue, Richmond. Telephone 205. Terms expire June,
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Membership; 45. Qualifications, Degree from an accredited university indors—
ed by A. A. U.`T.
Committees: Arts, lay Hansen, Fest lain Street; Education, Dr. Anna A.`Schnieb,
Burnam Court; Fellowship, Edith Ford, Lancaster Avenue; Social Service, Irs.
N. B. Cuff, Brcck Street, all of Richmond.
Furpose: To enhance educationsl standards, especially among women.
Hormal Civic Activitieszpygvides ang girl in hiéh school with funds. Partici-
pated in high school programs, especially in vocational guidance. Faxes annual
donation and also furnishes limited recreational supervision to the Telford
Community Center.
Defense Activities; Engaged in Tamily Social Service in Industrial Areas,
Discussion Leaders. Interested in Red Cr ss Assistance, First Aid, Child
Care, Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others, Research Assistance,
Consumer Protection Activities.
Local Publications: None.
A AIERICAY LEGIOI, JESQE M. DYKES POST¤tl2 (National Amcricsn legion), c/o H.
S. Paynter, lhllington Court, Fichmond. Wounded 1919. Cormander, H. J. Pay- .
- nter. Telephone 2l2-W} Adjutant, I. T. Nelson, Church Street, Richmond. Tel-
ephone lO72-W} Terms expired July, IQAE.
A l Iembership: QO. Open to veterans of Tbrld Har l. with an honorable discharge.
P Committees: Child Eelfere, Spears Turley; Americanism, T. C. Henderson, both
fg of Richmond.
E Purpose; Aid to Tbrld Mar veterans. ` ’
Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with school boy patrols and County Board
of Education.
Defense Activities; Engaged in Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Tetals.
Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid farden Service, Civilian Aircraft
Earning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Salvage Demolition Service, Emer-
gency Repair Service, Ambulance Service, Hospital and Clinical Assistance,
'First·Aid.
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AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY, JESSE M. DYKES UNIT #12 tdmerjgnn Lggjdh AuXj1· r· · I;
iary, Department of Kentucky), c/o Emma Fowler, Wallace Apartments, Rich- ?
mend. Founded 1928. President, Evelyn Fowler, iallace Apartments, Richmond. it
Telephone.792. Secretary, Emma Fowler. Telephone 792. Terms expires August, ?
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Membership: 50. Qualifications, open to wives, daughters, mothers and sist- li
ers of World War veterans. _ :__. , Q
Committees: Employment, Hrs. Edgar Brandenburg, High Street; Child‘Wolfare, ll
Mrs. John Floyd, West Main Street; Americanizations, Evelyn Fowler, Wallace V »tv
Apartments, all of Richmond. A Q
Purpose: To assist the American Legion and promote Americanism. ~* Q
Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with K ntucky Crippled Children's Com- {
mission, school lunrh fund and other welfare agencies. I
Defense Activities: Engaged ir Operation of Cantcens, Child Care. Trainin L _v»·
for Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Sewing ard Preparation of Surgical s
Dressings, Rod Cross Assistance. Interested in Recreation, Entertainment.
I Local Publications: None. C
LNERICLU TED CROSS, NADISON COUITY CELPTER (Amcricsr Rational Rod Cross), A
q/o H. L. Duncan, P. O. Box &63,'Richmond. Founded 19l5. Chairman, H. L. l
Duncan. Telephone 778. Secretary, hrs. Mary leach, East Eoin Street, Rich- j
mond. Terms expire November, 1942. F
Membership: 725. Qualifications, Annual subscription of one dollar or more. ti
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Committees: First Aid, D. S. Somerville; Disaster, J. L. Katherly; Product- ii
ion, Nrs. R. 0. Moberly; Junior Red Crsss, Miss Ellen Pugh, all of Richmond. {Q
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dermal Civic Activities: lrodrction oi clothing, aiding in the local veterans Q
rolitf and cooperating with thc Telford Community Center. g
Dtionse Activities; Engaged in hospital and Clinical Assistance, sewing and N
Preparation of Surgical Dressings, First Aid, Fmnily Social Service in Ind- H
ustriol Arc s. Training for First Aid. Interested in Motor Corps Service, [
‘ Ambulance Service. Training Home Nursing. [
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1 BELEVOLEET PROTECTIVE CYBER OW ELXS, RICHMOND LODGE¤;5Sl (B. P. O. E. of
_· Ihitod States of America), c/¤ Lodge Hull, East Hsin Street, Richmond.
Founded 1900. Exalted Rul;r, Uhrficld Z. Miller, Richmond. Term expires
.» April, 1945. Secretary, T. T. f'Ieil, Richmond. Term indefinite. gg
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I lpmbership: 240. Open to white American citizens-over 21 years-of age.
‘ Committees: Boy Scouts, Leon Elder, Richmond.‘ ' " l __,.1
A Iyrpeso: To promote Americanism, charity, fraternity and brothcrly love.
yi Normal Civic Activities: Cooperate and assist in all civic enterprises,
Ac sponsors Boy Scout troop and extends aid te unfortunate Elks and their
Q families. v_
Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, Family Social Serv-
, · ice·in Industrial areas, Collection of Scrap metals and Other metals.
Interested in Auxiliary Police, Preparation and Serving of Food, Rccreat- —
,, ion, Library Service, Collecting Books.
I Local Publications: None.
BEPEL KTHADLS CLUB (Kiwanis InternationslQ_ e/o I1 I. Tewbolt, Berea. Found-
ed ISEZ, President, Nilsen Evans, Berea; Tera expires December, 1942. Sec-
retary, UQ E. Newbolt. Term indefinite.
Membersnip: 52. Qualifications, open to business and professional men.
Committees: Underprivilegcd Children, Henry Muney; Playground Project,
I Dhlliam C. Blackburn; Safety, Stanley Powell; Public nffairs, L. M.
~ Oliver; Boys and Girls Vbrk, Feaster Wolford, all of Berea.
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i Purpose: Community service and fellowship.
l Normal Civic Activities: Ceoperatcs with City Council in Recreational Park
~, Program and works W1%H State Council for underprivileged children.
. H Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliary Police, gir Raid *arden Scr-
EQ vice, Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, nuxiliury line Pretocticn,‘Hos—
M pital and Clinical Assistance, Entertainment, Recreation.
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g BEREA UCMLN'S CLUB (Kentucky Federation of Tbmen‘s Clubs), c/o Mrs. Charles
Y S. Price, Berea. Founded 1925. President, Drs. Charles S. Price. Secretary,
in Mrs. William S, Murphy, Berea. Terms expire June, 1945. -
 ’ Membership: 116. Open to women proposed and voted on by the members. A
Committees: Safety, Mrs. Robert Spence; Legislative, Irs. C. C. Dawson;
Public Yblfaro, Mrs. Robert Spence; Defense, Mrs. Ita lmrphy,-all of Berea.
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Normal Civic Activities: Lssist Red Cross and Noternel Health League. Aids .
- scbool lunch program end defense housing. . _ o
Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of°Surgicel_Drcssings,
Red Cross Lssistence. Training for First Aid, Child Gere, Home Nursing , _
Nutrition etc. Interested in Fxmily Social Service in Industrial Lress, Lib- ·
rery Service, Collecting Books. Selvege campaigns. 1 —§ · v'
Local Publications: #Thc Tbmun's Club" (annuelly). M
BOX SCOUTS OF AMERIC .L`.. , RICHMOND DISTRICT (Fetionel Council, Dey Scouts of
America), Q/e B. E. Willis, e/o J. C. Penny Company, Richmond. Founded 1930. ivlvi
Chairmen, Q. T. Tillis. Telcphegc 97. Tern indefinite. Q
Membership; IL?. Open to boys l2 to IS ycirs of mgm able to pass test end' Q
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_ Purpose: Cnureetcr building umd citizersnip rrd hinge ` @
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¤ uormel Civic nctivities: Civing essisicnee in eil civic activities ood in gg
time T%I`d`§E1L{@T"""`“  
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Defense Activities: Engaged in Collection of scrap Motels and ether hotels. e
Interested in Auxiliary Police, First Lid, Library Service, Collecting Books, ?
`» Signal Services. —§
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BUNDLES FOR BRITAIN, HICHhC7D CHQPTLT`(Ccrtrul Kcrtue y {kits, Bundles for Q
Britain), c/o Mrs. W. H. Sehaeklcford, 502 That File Street, Richmond. _` Ҥ
Founded IQQO. President, Mrs. H. 1. Shcckelfoud. Tolepbore GSI, Term ind- E
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Membership: lCO.,Ope2 te women ei ability in sonic; ure knitting and who or §
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j CONFERENCE OP SOUTHERN MOUNTAIN TORIERS, e/c Helen E. Dingmun, Berea. Found-
I, cd 1915. President, Glyn L. Norris, Pine Mountain Bettlohent School, Pine
Q Mountain. Term expired Merch, 1942. Executive Secretary, Helen H. Dingnon,
Q Barco. Tern expires Jonucry, 1942.
5 Tbmbership: 250. Open to citizens who cre interested in the work of the org~
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{ Committees; Executive Boord Glfn Morris Pino Mountain.
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§ Purpose: Te develop on understanding and cooperative effort among individ—
§ uols ond agencies serving in the urea.
E Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with school ind educational centers, `
Q teaching economies, religion and oducsticn in the Appsluohlgn area.
g Defense Activities; Engiged in Fdnilv Sociil Service in Industrial irons,
P Child Core. Entertoinzent. Recreation Consumer Protection Activities.
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E Locel Publiootiars. Mountain Life and Work tciirtcrly). `
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if DAUCHTPHS CF THE AE]RIC;U PUVCZUTION, BOCNTMPUMTUGV CPLNTER, e/o D. E. Willis,
ii 318 Surnit Street, Riohonnd. Founied l936. Pegent, Hrs. E. E. Tillis, Telep-
t‘ hone 7C?. Secretary, hrs. Pearl Buch ,i.‘. non, Brook nreiue, Richmond. Telephone
ti 582. Terms expire June l§45.
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@ Committees: nmcriconizotion, niss Sade heson, A. r. J., Richmond; rhtionol
Ei Defense` thru Patriotic Education Hrs. nllen Zuing, Suywit Street, Richmond;
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;§ ship, [rs. J.sephine Totes; Ellis Islond, les. 4. E, Ferris, Wreck ;venue,
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W Purpose: To perpetuate the memory and Splflt ir rn sc who uezieved hrericen
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T Normal Civic Activities;iEin&nic&l3id#e the Telford Cpnmunity Center and
tg instrumontol in plocing mer;crs to heroes of eost wers.._ p ip
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»x Doiense nctivitiesg hngcged in y nily oecli. e-_vi,e in “n·1 ,o ni cs,
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EQ Entertoinnent, Rccrcoticn, Eibrcry otrvlee, Discussion LundeT5, Public speck
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ig lng. Interested in Teaching .MCTlCL-1Z$tlOD Closets lei Aliens -nd Others, .
E1 Consumer Zrotection ictivities,
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I; 6c J1. li.), Qiosonic Tormle., iichxciid. i*`C‘JllCl · .
*§ Mrs. O. F. Hume. Telephone 462. Terms expired September l9é2.
E Menbershio: 54. Coen te wives» mothers or duuehters of qualified eh sicians. "‘
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·€ Committees: Tuberculosis, Hrs. Robert Rice; Cancer, Yrs. Hugh Mahaffey; Pub-·‘
{ lieity und Organization, Hrs. John B. Floyd, Tbst Main.
E Purpose: Social end benevolent. · ‘
g Herbal Civic Activities: Cooperating with County Health Department, Visiting
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g Child Core. Interested in Hospital and Clinical nssistnnce, Sewing one Pre- V
é parotion of Surgical Dressings, Red Cross Qssistenco.
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F c/e Hrs. Reed Juett, Church Street, hichnone. Founded l900. Noble Grand, Mrs.
§ Kate Hurst, Welnut Street, Richmond. Term expires l942, Secretary, nrs. Reed
gi Juett, Tern indefinite.
g Membership; 40. Open to women over IS years, of good character willing to
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Purpose:Freternel und social. I { _ · Y 1 ’ lf V __ I
Normal Civic Lctivities; Lids in the support of l. O. Ot F., homes for irp- Q
hens and aged members._ .‘ .· »-.` . ‘ ». _ _ __ Q ?___ 1
Defense Activities; Interested in Sewino end Preodretion of Sur_ieal Dress- .
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Local Publications: None. A ‘* W, i
ORDER OF EASTERN STRR, RICHHOND CH;PTER=#é58 (Grand Chapter of Kentucky, O. {
EL S.), Yrs. Elizabeth Long, 240 South Second Street} Richmond. Founded 1939. p Q
Horthy Nstron, hrs. Mary F. Deeeh, East Mein Streetf Richmond. Secretary, g
Mrs, Elizabeth Leng. Telephone T. Terms expire lQQ2. — _ g
Dhmbership: 40. Open to wives, daughters, mothers cr sisters of Masons. g
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Committees: Red Cross Mrs. J. 4. Edwerds· Visitin¤ iDrs. C. H. Cov- beth · ¤ ¥
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Defense Activities; Engmged in Red Cross Assistance, Fsrily Social Service §
in Tndustriil nrees. Interested in Collecting Tonks. 5
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ORDER OF PEJ2nH TRlD3¤#76 (Kedncn of U. S. A.), c/o R. J. eolyor, Second VH §
Street, Richmond. Founded l90l. Sichem, Bruec Cen, Richmond, Chief Recorder, @
L. T. Colyer. Telephone 490~U. Terms expire December. 1v1?. i §
j Membership; 44. Open to nales l8 years of ego Rnd able to fulfill any and Q V T _ §
all qualifications. ; %
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st in placing children in homes. ` Q
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g ciense Ae lvl ies: Cnc ged in glniiy oOClel service in lneustrisl niens, gg
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( § PROGRESS'CLUB CF REBEL (Kentucky Federation df Ue1cn’s Clubs), c/e Mrs. J.
v E. Davis, Berea. Founded 1907. President, Mrs. J. E. Devis. Secretary, Mrs.
;· Luther Kindred. Telephone 325. Terms expire hay, 1943.
g Membership: 30. Open te wenen prepescd and veted en by the membership.
‘ § Ccmwittees: Civic, Mrs. Charles Davidsen; Ceurtesy,,Mrs. J. E. Davis,
Q beth ef Bere;.
" gv Purpese: Prdmetes Highway Beautificaticn, schilsrships and aids in previd—
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§ Nernal Civic Activities: Ceeperating with public schecls and with Red I
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§ Defense.ietivities: Engaged in Benin; and Preparatien ef Surgical Dress-
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_ Q Mrs. Charles n. Keith, 567 Lancaster nvenue, Riehnend.Ԥeunded 1941. Pres- ,
4 , ;§ ident, Mrs. Charles n. Keith. Telephene Blé. Secretary, Irs. J. D. Culten,
R East Main Street, Richmend. Teleehene dlé. Terns exeired June 1942.
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Q Educatien, Mrs. Jane Bach, Berea Read§ fen—Fartisan, hiss Daphine Dester,
, Q Fifth Street} Internatienal Relatiens, Irs. Frank Clark, Tkst Hain Street;
" ` {§ Pregram, hrs. Kate Head, North Secend Street; Publicity, Miss Fearl Luchan—
"Qé an, Breck Avenue, all cf Riehiend. J
”`" Q Purpese: Veeatienal guidance te wane: in executive jrsitiens.
§ Nernal Civic Activities; Ceeperatinp vith charitable -ne civic rrganizatiens
§ in assisting underpriveleged families in Hiehnend. nlse engaged in aiding
*2% Telferd Cemnunit Center and ether agencies.
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Q Defense Activities: Engaged in Discussien Leaders, Family Sfeial Service .
‘ _§ in Industrial Areas. Interested in Hospital and Clinical nssistance, Red M
is Cress.dssistance, First Lid, Entertainment, Hecreatiqn, Cellecting Beeks,
g Research Assistance.
E Lreal Publicatiens: Nene. ` V
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Qi RICHMOND CHQMBER OF COHNERCE (United States Chamber ef Cemncrce), c/w Glyn-
ii den Hotel, Riehmend. Feunded 1932, President, Grover C..Cex, Richiend. Tel— ·
gi cphene 77. Secretary, C. B. Challinir, Richmond. lelephene 26, Dxccutive
is $©cr©tary, Hareld Hughes, Dichnend. Telephone IC er 69. Terns expire Jan-
§Q uary, l9Q3. . ` ` - .
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Kembership: Open to business and professional men of good standing in the A
community. - t` .
Committees: Civic: Dr. N. E. Blue, Biehmond. V ·. _
Purpose; To improve civic, industrial and commercial welfare of the City of J
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Normal Civic Activities; Primarily work with wholesale, retail and prof— “
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essionel business or the community. Cooperate with social welfare groups
and sponsors Madison Countv Fair and Recreation Center.
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Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliarv Police, Air laid lkrden Lervioe
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Civilian Aircraft Warning Serviee, Auxiliary hire Protection, Recreation. j
Local Publications: Intermittent Bulletins in Letter form. VY
RICHNOID BXCHAHCE CLUB Ustional nrcnenwe Club), c o H. B. Farris Summit §
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Street, Richmond. Founded 1932. President, Farold Blgty, niohmond. Secr- §
etary, H. B. Farris. Terms expired Jane, l9e2. . g
Q hembership:`22. Qualifications, limited to one repxeecitetive from each Q
business or professional classification. MM ?
Cmmnittees; “blfare, John Smith, Richmond; other committees appointed as §
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` Purpose: Fellowship and community welfare. l E
Normal Civic Activities: Coopcrates with Telford Community Center end County ,Q
Health Unit in their Vblfare Department aotivlrizs. y
Defense Activities; Engaged in Family Social Berviee in Industrial“Areas, ,j
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Child bare. Training ior`Knnily social Service in lrdunrjyel areas, Child_ y
; Care. Interested in Civilian Aircraft ILrning"Serv;;c,.Honpital an; Clin~
icnl Assistance, Sewing and Ireparatior of Svrgical Dressings. ,
Local Publications: None. · _ _ _ ,_ E
V RICHMOID LIONS CLUB (Lions International), c/o G. L. Borders, McKee Build- S
ing, Main Street, Richmond. Founded l92l. President, J. C. Ballard, Summit p
Street, Richmond. Telephone 6lO. Secretary, C. L. Iordérs. Telephone G29~J._ §
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Terms expire June, l94o. . h
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§ Membership: 48. Qualifications, open to representative mon irom the various t
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· Committees: Civic Improvement, Hugh Hahn, Richmond; Community Betterment, F
Harold Hieronymus; Safety, Raymond Moore; Citizenship and Patriotism,·H. Q
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l C. Porter; Health and qclfarc, Dr. E. n. Norton, all of Richmond. %
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' ; Purposc: Encouragc officicncy and promotc high cthicsl standards in busincss
E and profossions. *·· ‘ C4 4 - _ 
§ Normal Civic Activitios: Sight conservation in coopcration with County Hcnlth
Q Unit. Aids in financing of Tclford Community Ccntcr and othcr public wclfaro
Q ngcncios.
Q _4s Dcicnsc Activitics: Engaged in Child Caro, Collccticn of Scrap Kotcls and
g Othor Hctnls. Intorostcd in Auxiliary Polico, Auxiliary Firo Protoction,
§. Air Laid Gurdon Sorvicc, Rccrontion, Library Scrvico, Icaching Clcssos in
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s Mechanical riills s-,.. lccdod in Dcfcnsc Industries.
2 Local Publications; "Tho Lions Roar".
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? RTCHMCWD VCLUETELR FI §YAf’S CLUB c o AEFCLQ Turnin Richmond. Foundod 1955.
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f Prcsidont, R. Us Iontgomory, Ricknond. Tolophono 135. Socrctnry, Arnold Tur-
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Q pin. Toloyhcnc 32. Terms oxpzic IQQ4.
Q Mombcrship; 15. Opcn to c;ti¤cns of Richmond willing to nssunc nccossnry c
4§ obligations of mombcrship.
Q Committccs: Ho standing ocmmittoosn
 
QE Purposc: To uid in thc provcntion and oxtinguishing oi Tires.
Ԥ Normal Civic Activities; Cooporatos with Boy Sccusr uic otncr civgc organ-
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g Dofcnso.Activitlcs: Engaged in Fumily Sociol Csrvico in Industrial Areas,
_Q Auxiliary Firc Protection.
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Q Local lublications: fond. ’ V
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§ ROTARY CLUB CF RICBICJD »-·. (Rotary Intcrnoticn ll, o_o T, Morlnn Coatos, Rich-
§ mono. Foun