Activity Club Yearbook


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Activity Club Yearbook is text, with genre yearbook. Its dimensions are 5.9 in. x 4.3 in.. It is 24 pages long.

It was created in 1972.

Activity Club of Thomas Worthington High School is the Creator.

The 1972 yearbook for the Activity Club contains a member list, constitution, brief history, and a listing of projects undertaken by the group over several decades. In the 1972 the club sponsored a new activity, a Leadership Training Course for Worthington high school students. The workshop was focused on students who had leadership responsibilities in high school clubs and activities. The purpose was to give the basic mechanics in group leadership and an introduction to group dynamics.

The Activity Club was founded in 1937 as the Personality Club by Mrs. Miriam Mackay, who saw a great need to form an organization dedicated to assisting youth with their social and personal problems. The club was originally formed with sponsorship by the Worthington P.T.A. Among the first activities of the group was the remodeling of formals for girls who were in need of them. Guidance concerning proper dress, manners and hostess etiquette were in demand. Although the club's focus was initially on girls, boys soon became interested and were also included in the programs. Over the years interests broadened, and the group was reorganized as the Activity Club. Social dancing classes for students from grade 4 to 12 became a major activity of the club during the 1940s and 1950s. Interest in dancing declined during the 1960s. Following a brief renewal of interest in dancing in the late 1970s, the emphasis on dance programs was discontinued.

During the 1980s the purpose of the Activity Club broadened to fulfill changing needs. New projects were initiated, such as workshops on leadership skills, College Previews, College Fairs, and coordination of the Baccalaureate Service for graduating seniors. The Activity Club began sponsoring the Junior-Senior Prom "Afterhours" in 1986, and a "Cards Camp," a middle school drug, alcohol and tobacco prevention program in 1988. Following the opening of Worthington Kilbourne High School, the club split into two separate Activity Clubs, one for each school.

It covers the topics clubs, community service and women's clubs.

It covers the city Worthington.

You can find the original at Activity Club of Thomas Worthington High School.

This file was reformatted digital in the format video/jpeg2000.

The Worthington Memory identification code is twa0051_001.

This metadata record was human prepared by Worthington Libraries on January 9, 2006. It was last updated October 6, 2017.