Woman’s Union – Meeting Minutes May 9, 1922 (Fund Raising Ideas)
The May meeting of the Union was held on this 9th of this month at the house of Mrs. J.P. Faulkner 1176 Piedmont Ave.
The usual recitation of the Lord’s Prayer followed the call to order.
The minutes and the treasurer’s report showing a balance of $13.34 on April 30th having been accepted.
Mrs. Draper reported for the Sunday School committee begging for help in the music. Several of the ladies volunteered to play and sing at the school sessions.
A tentative discussion of the budget followed.
Voted that the money be raised by the sale of card and a bazaar each member undertaking to raise about fifteen dollars. Members were urged by Mrs. Faulkner to ally themselves particularly with either the committee on the Bazaar, chairman, Mrs. Perry or with the committee on Xmas cards, chairman Mrs. Draper, and to work especially for the one selected doing however what was possible to aid the other.
Voted that Mrs. Faulkner’s suggestion be adopted.
Miss Angie Harding presented a plan by which the Union might raise money by selling toilet articles. On account of lack of time no action was taken on the matter.
Mr. Dugger of the State Board of Education talked on Rural Schools of Georgia setting forth their needs and progress most impressively.
Elisabeth B. Greene, Sec.
Physical Archive: UUCA Box: 60 Folder: 04
Citation: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Records, RG 026, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University, Atlanta GA