Washington Women's History Consortium
Women's Clubs and Organizations
Mary Perkins, Junior Director, 1960-1962
Washington State Federation of Junior Women's Clubs
Mrs. David Perkins conducted her first Mid-Year Board meeting in the CUB building at WSU, Pullman. It was ajoint meeting with the Seniors.
The 13-point Merit Award was now the Blue Ribbon Award.
GFWC Junior projects were Stamps, Salk Vaccine Programs, CARE, Youth Fitness and Day in Court.
Three hundred two Juniors attended the 26th convention at the Masonic Temple in Longview.
A new state project was "Chimes for the Organ Fund" at the Blind School. The group also supported CARE.
Mid-Year Board was a retreat type, no-host meeting at the Lazy F Ranch in Ellensburg. It was suggested the GUIDEPOST be published every two years, rather than every year.
May 1962, found 270 Juniors in Wenatchee for convention where Opal White was named Clubwoman of the Year.
Yakima Valley used their $75 district Sears money to purchase curtain rods and to make curtains for 37 windows and floor length drapes for the solarium at Yakima Valley School at Selah.
A Junior Cookbook was printed and given to clubs to sell.