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Windsor School Welfare Club

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Type of organisation: Community Service

Town or locality: Windsor
Date established: 1964
Established by: Windsor Community
Business or purpose: School Fundraising
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The inaugural meeting of the Windsor School Welfare Club was held 7 April 1964 with the following officers elected: Lois Doeke, president; Dorothy Baker, secretary. Meetings were to be held the first Tuesday in each month with a 2/- membership fee. All mothers of children at the school attended this meeting.
Records show that strong support was given to the club with the teachers and children benefiting by the addition of equipment (eg duplicator, first aid kit, library books) and maintenance of library books, furniture and grounds.
Fundraisers included trading tables, raffles, children's frolic, luncheons, film evenings, fashion parades, garden party.
Members took advantage of all opportunities to learn more about current educational trends, road safety, first aid, and all subjects pertaining to their children's well-being.

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