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Wisconsin boys' and girls' clubs leaders hand book
([19//])

Club buttons,   pp. 5-6 PDF (305.4 KB)


A model constitution for Boys' and Girls' Clubs,   pp. 6-7 PDF (339.0 KB)


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Aclaisyent Button
  Achievement buttons will be given to every club member
who complies with the following requirements:
    Enrolls in a business project.
    Keeps an accurate record.
    Makes a public exhibit.
    Establishes business relations with some bank.
    Sends in a report.
  The achievement buttons will be presented by the local
members of The Wisconsin Bankers Association. Separate
pins will be awarded for every year's work. A bronze but-
ton for the first year, a silver button for the club member
who finishes two years' work, a gold button for the mem-
ber who finishes three years' work, and a diploma suitably
inscribed for four years' work.
Honor Button
  Certain requirements for the honor button are laid down
in each project. If more than 10 members succeed in
meeting the requirements for the button only the 10 best
will receive them. This is the highest honor in club work.
A MODEL CONSTITUTION FOR BOYS' AND GIRLS'
                        CLUBS
  ARTICLE 1. The name of this organization shall be the
.. Boys' and Girls'
Agricultural Club.
ARTICLE II. The object of this club is to increase the
agricultural, educational, and social advantages and to
provide a business opportunity for the boys and girls of
.. community through home
projects, entertainments, lectures, fairs, exhibits and social
gatherings.


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