Wisconsin boys' and girls' clubs leaders hand book
Club buttons, pp. 5-6 PDF (305.4 KB)
5 ORGANIZATION 1. State clearly the plan, aims and work of the club. 2. Let the members ask questions. 3. (a) Select project. (b) Sign the enrollment blank, which should then be sent inmmediately to the state club leader. You will then receive the definite outlines and material for the club work. (c) Elect officers, president, vice president, and sec- retary-treasurer. (d) Choose a name for the club. (e) Decide on the time and place of meetings. Club usually meets once every two weeks. (f) No regular dues should be required, but it is con- venient to have a small fund for postage and other expenses. If each member brings 5 or 10 cents to the first meeting, enough money will probably be collected to cover expenses for the club year. (g) Every club should secure membership buttons. These are 2 cents apiece. The money and request may be sent with the enrollment blank. (h) Every club should have a constitution. A sug- gestive form appears on next page CLUB BUTTONS Membership Button Every club member who has selected a project and signed the enrollment blank is eligible to wear the membership button. This may be secured by the club leader from the State Leader, Boys and Girls' Clubs. The cost is 2 cents each.
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