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Thursday, March 2, 1961
YM-YW Teen Groups Credit To Community Many activities and special programs in the Collinwood area and the Northeast YM YWCA are made possible by the cooperative effort and in terest that Northeast Y-Teens have in their community. Six senior high Y-Teen clubs and a junior high Y-Teen club meet each week at the Y. Many of their plans and programs in clude serving the Y and the Collinwood community. Arc-ettes Y-Teen club spent one Sunday afternoon collecting money for the Muscular Dystro phy Fund Raising campaign. The Vi-Deltas, Arc-ettes and Sivrays enjoyed a more mean ingful Thanksgiving and Christ mas when they provided baskets of food for needy famileis. Providing a recent communi ty service, the DelShavells, Junior High Y-Teen club helped to collect money for the March of Dimes. The girls, who helped on this drive one cold, snowy night, were Pat Sack, 14911 Aspinwall, Kathy Robertscn, 14102 Westropp, Cheri Stean, 13505 Eaglesmere, Linda Jano wiz, 855 East 144th, Diane Pat field, 1018 East 144th, Jeanne Christopher, 1443 East 174th st.. Mary Lou Schivitz, 13520 community and the Northeast #&■■■ W1 1 A 2 Kelso ave., and Saiidy Smith, 924 London rd. Vixons and Wimps, along with the other four Senior High clubs, have helped to serve many dinners at the “Y” throughout the year. Charlene Grainer, a ViDelta Y-Teen, helps teach a cooking class for grade school girls in Hobby House every Wednesday. The Collinwood community can be proud of the contribution these Y-Teens make to their 9 'W, V ’.- -A OVER THE TOP went the Collinwood PTA in its mem bership drive when Donald Laurich, 1248 East 168th st., and Annette Mignona, 15353 Yorick ave., turned in numbers 2,000 and 2,001 to meet the goal. Front row (l-r): Mrs. George Beaumier, president Mrs. Walter Tornstrom, membership chairman 78 pupils Annette and Donald standing, Miss Irene David, assistant principal Mrs. Peter Mayer, treasurer Mrs. Michael Papp, assistant membership chairman. Not only did Collinwood PTA reach its goal, but it now boasts of 2,007 members! YM-YW. As they help the com munity grow, they are develop ing their own interests and abilities and learn to help them selves. DEAR JOE: Remember to call Joanne at GL 1-4383 before 8 p.m. Tuesday. We want to sell that living room set and those “Little Ads With BIG Results” do the trick every time! By the way, you might sell Eddie’s little bike, too. He got that big ger one from the ad last week. 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