Crembo Officers: 0050.0725

CREMBO CLUB ELECTS ITS NEW OFFICERS. – Bill Taylor Chosen President. – Social, Physical and Educational Committees Named.

            A most enthusiastic meeting of the Cranbrook Employed Boys took place in the YMCA on Tuesday evening, when the election of officers took place and routine matters were attended to.

            Officers elected for the ensuing year were:

            President – Bill Taylor.

            Vice-President – Jack Atchison.

            Secretary-Treasurer – Cyril Harrison.

            The following committees were appointed:

            Social – Joe Little, Doug Patton, Peter Catsirelis.

            Physical – Dick Large, Don Bentley, Jack Barber.

            Educational – Sherman Harris, Ian Cameron, Harry Heise.

            It was decided that the Crembo club enter a team on the city bowling league to compete against the Gyros, Y.M.C.A. and Bankers.  Members to qualify by an elimination tournament.

            Initiation of five new members will take place at the next meeting.

0050.0725: Crembo Officers

Crembo Club meeting at Y.M.C.A. for election of new officers for upcoming year.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  October 23, 1930
Pages:  6
Publisher:  Cranbrook Courier
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)


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