Wisconsin boys' and girls' clubs leaders hand book
Suggestions to leaders, pp. 8-11 PDF (739.2 KB)
9 6. Be responsible for the calling of club meetings and for the carrying out of the club program as planned by county and State leaders. 7. Be responsible for the holding of a club festival or an achievement day program or both. 8. Cooperate with the county and State leaders in an effort to. develop prize winning demonstration team to represent the club in local, or State programs where demonstrations are called for. 9. Cooperate with the county leaders in the matter of securing money for prizes, medals, or awards of dif- ferent kinds for all honor prize winning members. 10. Cooperate with the county leader in securing from each niember a final report and story of achievement for the State Leader, National Leader, or the public press. 11. Visit projects. (1) When leaders visit club mcmbers, it will be well to send notice of visit in advance, meet the club member not in the parlor, but upon plot, com- mend the member for worth-while work on plot, and incidentally instruct for results. (2) Keep an account of each member, with the name of project, date of each visit, progress, advice given, troubles, etc. A card catalogue simplifies this. (3) Take photographs of anything interesting or original. (4) Encourage each member to put a sign on his or her project plot, telling the name of club, and project. 12. Place all responsibility possible on the club members and expect them to succeed. 13. Do not. forget the social side of the club meeting. Games, contests, songs, setting-up exercises, etc., should be given at least 30 minutes at each meeting.
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