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Salvation Army – Advisory Board Annual Meeting

This is the program for the May 17, 1966 Advisory Board Annual Meeting. In “A Message from the Chairman”, W. C. Johnson states: The Salvation Army’s tradition of service to the troubled men, women and children of this community dates from July 1911. While the Salvation Army uses the most modern procedures, facilities and equipment available in serving the less fortunate, the basic tenet of its service is traditional – that man best serves god by serving his fellow men….”

Names mentioned in the meeting program: W. C. Johnson, Rev. Earl W. Scarbeary, Robert W. Carr, Allen Trovillion, Mrs. Frances White, MacDonald Tyre, Eugene McElvaney, Major Sidney Lynch, Commissioner Norman Marschall, Charles Brumback, M. D. Lee, Mike Feather, Maurie Walters, Bert E. Roper, Mayor John Land, Robert A. Fisk, Major & Mrs. Sidney S. Lynch, Lt. Sharon Merry, Mr. & Mrs. Normon Morton, Mrs. Tom Nichols, Sr., Mrs. Vilas Cooper, Mrs. James Edmonds, Mrs. Frank White, Mr. Floyd Nelson, Mr. Ken Goodier, Mr. Sam Maurie.

The Salvation Army web site states their service to Orlando began in 1920. Visit their site to learn more about the Salvation Army’s efforts to serve those in need and what you can do to help. 

Peruse the entire program.  

This item is part of the Orange County Associations files at the Orlando Public Library.

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Salvation Army - 1966 Advisory Board Annual Meeting Program

This is the program for the Advisory Board Annual Meeting held on May 17, 1966 in Orlando, Florida. In "A Message from the Chairman", W. C. Johnson states: The Salvation Army's tradition of service to the troubled men, women and children of this community dates from July 1911. While the Salvation Army uses the most modern procedures, facilities and equipment available in serving the less fortunate, the basic tenet of its service is traditional - that man best serves god by serving his fellow men....

This item is part of the Orange County Associations files at the Orlando Public Library.


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