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THR GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, .JAXITAKY 10, 1922
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SATURDAY, JAN. 21st 1922
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READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
Y. M. C. A. TRUSTEES HOLD
AN IMPORTANT MEETING
The Kauai county committee of
the Young Men'B Christian Associa
tion met last Saturday evening at
the home of the chairman, Dr. A.H,
Waterhouse, In Koloa. The business
meeting was preceded by a dinner
cession which was greatly enjoyed
by all. Of the 14 members of the
committee all were present but one.
Neil Locke, field secretary, read
an interesting report, giving In
some detail an account of the work
and emphasized the value and Im
portance of the work being done
wilh the various boys' clubs through
out the eighteen of these organized
clubs la ten different communities
Seven of these groups are among
plantation workers, four composed
Of young men living In towns, six
with grammui school boys, and two
of high school fellows.
A few of the weekly reports sent
to the county office by the secre
tary of each club shows the nature
and variety of the program:
llanalel Three-C Club, Dec. 2,
talk "First Aid of tho Injured. Next
week a debate.
Huleia, Dec. 14, debate and games.
Next meeting bible study and par
Koloa Hl-Y, Dec. 9. Planned camp
ing trip to Mana. Next meeting,
discussion on friendship; camping
trip to Barking Sands.
'Anahola, Three-C. We played skin
the snake, dog fight, and many oth
er games. Next week next lesson
in bible study.
Wailua, Dec. 31 business and dis
cussion, adoption of constitution
and appointment of committees. Next
week, program in charge of physic
Dormitory Hl-Y, talk by Dr. oMr
gan. on "Care of the Body."
Kilauea, Three-C, instruction in
parliamentary law. Next week, talk
by Dr. Patterson.
Two Father and Son banquests
with an attendance 155 were held
during national Father and Son
Hikes and overnight camps have
been participated In by the mem
bers of various clubs. The rains
spoiled the plans of several vaca
tion hiking parties scheduled by
Two leaders' meetings have been
conducted in which the leaders of
clubs throughout the county have
studied and planned together the
most efficient methods of conduct
ing club work.
An increased spirit In play and
the learning of many new games
with the accompanying beneficial
effects of wholesome physical ex
ercise are resulting from the mass
games and stunts which are a part
of each meeting's program.
Mr. Brandt, treasurer, read the
financial report showing an over
draft that, brought up to date,
would amount to about $3,400.
To meet, at any rate this debt,
It was proposed to dispose of the
Y. M. C. A. house and lot at Eleele
to the McBryde Sugar Co., refund
ing say, a fourth of the proceeds to
the Hawaiian Board in consideration
of the $1000 which they had con
tributed toward the building of the
Mr. Brandt was appointed a com
mittee of one to confer with Mr.
Alexander, manager of the planta
tion, and secure from, him his best
offer for the property.
Mr, Sloggett, on behalf of the fi
nance committee, reported on a
budget tentatively set at $5,000 for
the needs of the year's work, but
recommending that It would be ad
visable to raise that amount to
He recommended that this amount
be raised by means of a budget cam
paign, of short, Intensive character
to be undertaken immediately.
There was a good deal of gener
al discussion as to the details of the
plan and the best way to accomp
lish it. It was finally decided to
divide the field and the amount
among the various members pres
ent and others, and the week be
ginning Monday, January 9th, was
fixed for the beginning of the cam
A thrift campaign of a purely
educational character, mostly con
fined to boys and young men was
approved to be undertaken during
the month of January.
County Y. M. C. A. Convention
The date for this was set for
January 27 at which time the Y.W,
C. A. would hold a somewhat sim
ilar meeting and It was suggested
lual iao iwu huaiib o " " " " i
bined with mutual benefit. Promt-1
nent features determined on were
an evening banquet and a special
speaker from Honolulu. Emil Berndt
had been tentatively engaged aa
thla speaker. K
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