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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 - 3. Outstanding donations to the camp were made by Kiwanians Sol and Louie Fass, who furnished all the ice. Many small contributions were made which were gratefully appreciated, acknowledgement of same being made by the committee either personally or through correspondence. The committee desires to give recognition to all those who assisted in making the camp a success this year. Particular praise is due Kiwanians, Dr. J. W. Abbitt, Rev. H. P. Clarke and J. E. Hutcheson, for the most successful operation of their committees, namely, Medical, Sunday Program and Transportation Committees. Further mention should be made of the valuable assistance furnished by the Department of Public Welfare nurses, who made approximately three hundred visits to homes of the children prior to their entrance to the camp. Finally it is thought that the operation of the camp for the periods of July and August have proved very beneficial to the children who were admitted and further that the Kiwanis Club has been largely beneficial in helping to reconstruct in a physical way 103 children who really needed to just what they received. The success obtained in this years operation was made pos-