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A inectinc of the Board of Directors of the Young Men's Christian Association was held recently at the association building. Captain C. F. Sundstrum (vice-president) presided. The Finance Committee presented a statement of receipts and expenditure far the previous month, and reported that the national fete, and sale of work recently held would bring a net result of £2OO. "The House Committee reported tltat 31 men had resided in the building during the month. The Membership Committee forwarded eight applications for membership, which, were approved. The addition of Sir Jaio. Maclaren as membership secretary on tho staff of the association wa& reported. The Religious Work Committee's report covered word done in the Expeditionary Force Camp at Tahuna Park, men's meetings, open-air meetings, etc. The Social \Vork Ojmmittee reported that at a combined'meeting with the Merbership Committee it had Deen decided that the committees should join force*. The addition of games in the reception hall had proved a step in the right direction. -The Physical Department Committee reported that 129 persons had used the gymnasium privileges during the month; 221 persons had made 4,087 attendances in the gymnasium since March. The Harrier, Cricket, and Swimming Clubs* report* were read. The Junior Department Committee reported that the attendances had beem 1,079 for the month, compared with 698 the same 'month of the previous year. The boys' rallies had been well attended during the month. The report also covered the istamp Chib, Bible clues uiid.-day department, Boy -ctcv * .-'

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Y.M.C.A., Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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Y.M.C.A. Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914