4-H Homemaking Club Progress Reports. Queenston-St.Davids branch of Women's Institute.


Description
Creator:
Huggins, Jean A. E. (1895-1989)
Media Type:
Text
Item Types:
Forms (Documents)
Documents
Description:
Forms prepared by Ontario Department of Agriculture, Women's Institute Branch and Home Economics Service and filled out by Mrs. A. E. Huggins, a leader of Queenston-St.Davids club. The girls’ homemaking clubs (renamed the 4-H clubs) organized courses for young girls on sewing, cooking, and gardening.
Notes:
4-H clubs (head, heart, hands, health) is a rural-based voluntary youth organization, originally funded and supported by government agriculture departments to prepare youth for a future in agriculture. Ontario 4-H was founded in 1915.
Date of Original:
Spring 1964
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
QC00340
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
Donor:
Huggins, Jean A. E. (1895-1989)
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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Full Text
4-H Homemaking Club in Queenston-St. Davids.
Leader: Mrs. A. E. Huggins
Ass. Leader: Miss Cheryl Harrod
President Cheryl Harrod
Vice-President: Diane Jourman
Secretary: Denise Glendenning
Treasurer: Barbara Baker

Participating girls:
Andrea Armstrong
Shelley Armstrong
Barbara Baker
Maureen Brooker
Debra Collett
Claudia Erwin
Denise Glendenning
Edit Gross
Cheryl Harrod
Diane Journeau
Bonnie Klassen
Marian Krutaski
Carolyn Lockard
Pauline Morley
Gwen Pistruzak
Pamela Pifher
Nancy Prentice
Kathy Sanson
Linda Sunisloe
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4-H Homemaking Club Progress Reports. Queenston-St.Davids branch of Women's Institute.


Forms prepared by Ontario Department of Agriculture, Women's Institute Branch and Home Economics Service and filled out by Mrs. A. E. Huggins, a leader of Queenston-St.Davids club. The girls’ homemaking clubs (renamed the 4-H clubs) organized courses for young girls on sewing, cooking, and gardening.