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Wisconsin boys' and girls' clubs leaders hand book
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A word picture of the club pledge,   p. 3 PDF (154.9 KB)


Objects of club work,   p. 3 PDF (154.9 KB)


General rules for clubs,   p. 3 PDF (154.9 KB)


Page 3


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A WORD PICTURE OF THE CLUB PLEDGE
Head
Heart
                 Train
                   for
Hands
Hepalth
Reason
Loyalty Applied
          to
          Life
Service   as
Efficiency
             OBJECTS OF CLUB WORK
 The fundamental principles of club work, as indicated by
the club pledge, are to obtain practical knowledge; to pro-
vide social opportunity; to develop business ability; and
to attain physical development.
Well-Directed Club Work
  1 Promotes a spirit of cooperation (teamwork).
  2. Develops self-reliance and initiative (leadership).
  3. Saves waste and surplus products (thrift).
  4. Dignifies farming (contentment).
  5. Unites home and school (club spirit).
  6. Equips for life (citizenship).
           GENERAL RULES FOR CLUBS
  Club age. 1. A club member shall be between the ages
of 10 and 19 years. Younger persons may be voted into
a club as associate members.
  2. To join a club, a member must
      (1) Sign a definite club project.
      (2) Carry the work on according to directions, in a
         business-like way.
      (3) Keep a record in the club record book.
      (4) Make an exhibit, if asked to by leader .
      (5) Finish the project and send the final records to
          leader signed by proper witnesses.
IKnowledge
Citizenship
Skill
Business
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