Washington Women's History Consortium
Women's Clubs and Organizations
Nadine Newberry, Junior Director, 1966-1968
Washington State Federation of Junior Women's Clubs
Nadine began her term with a dues raise to 75 cents.
Pre-school vision programs were mentioned for the first time, and 13 Juniors attended Conservation workshop in July.
A Singer sewing machine was given as first place in the sewing contest. Mrs. Robert Adams, of Tri-Gamma, won the machine.
Susan Berry, of North Seattle, was named State Clubwoman of the Year.
Dr. Pat Smith's Kontum Hospital was a brand new project. Peninsula District hosted convention in 1967 in Tacoma with Mrs. Carroll Miller as special guest. Three hundred fifty-five attended.
The excess amount in the Blind Welfare Fund was used to purchase a cyclone fence for the primary dorm at the Blind School. Bonnie Walden, Blind Welfare Chairman, coordinated the project.
Vigilante Key Ring Whistles and Bright of America note cards were available for clubs to sell.
It was proposed that Dr. Pat be a state project for 1968-70, and that it be proposed as a GFWC project for 1968-70.
Bellingham was the site of the 1968 convention where Kathie Smith, of Benton City, was named State Clubwoman of the Year.