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Reports & Records of Fresh Air Farm of Portsmouth Kiwanis Club, Inc., 1943-1932 - images 71-105

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Member The Kiwanis International The Kiwanis Club of Portsmouth, Virginia. Officers. Dr. E. Q. Heely, President; M. O. Lawrence, Immediate Past President; T. A. Willett, Vice-President; R. J. Anderson, Treasurer; W. E. Renn, Secretary; T. B. Coker, Sergeant-at-Arms; Dr. L. J. Roper, Trustee. Directors: Dr. E. Q. Heely, M. O. Lawrence, T. A. Willett, R. J. Anderson, Dr. L. J. Roper, T. B. Coker, Chas. H. Snellings, W. W. Hargroves, Geo. O. Diggs, Chas. R. Lively, W. E. Renn. Kiwanis Fresh Air Farm Committee Report, - 2. Despite certain eventful occurrences, large gains in weight were made by the four groups. The average gain being 4-4/5 pounds, the greatest individual gain being 7-1/2 pounds. The personnel for the camp was comprised of Mrs. Constance Robinson, Directoress, who served us the previous year, Miss Cornelia Chappel as Physical Education worker, and Miss Carrie Dunkum as volunteer assistant. After a period of ten days Miss Chappel resigned, she being succeeded by Miss Carrier Dunkum as Physical Ed. Worker, assisted by Miss Mary Casteen volunteer worker, for the remainder of the period. The latter two, Misses Dunkum and Casteen are local talent, both having graduated in Physical Ed. work from the State Teachers College in Harrisonburg, Virginia. The amount allowed to operate was set at $1,400.00, which amount was sufficient, including a protion of the capital outlay. The total cost of operation being $1,198.67. The expenditure for capital outlay made by your committee was $182.76, which included a new range and water back and an additional capital outlay of $169.18 previously mentioned, making a total capital outlay of $344.94. The total expenditure of the committee being $1,381.43, and $169.18 by the club. Grand total - $1,550.61.