Constitution and By-Laws for Community Leagues



Constitution and By-Laws for Community Leagues


Pamphlet explaining how to organize a Community League as a branch of the Cooperative Education Association of Virginia. Includes instruction and tip for conducting an initial organizational meeting, and the Associations Constitution and By-Laws.

From p.4
"Not only school patrons, but all residents of the community should be urged to attend this initial meeting. There should be songs and recitations by pupils, and the services of some local speaker and leader should be secured for an address....

OUR MOTTO: Every public school in Virginia a community center where the citizens may unite for the improvement of their educational, social, moral, physical, civic and economic interests."

Note: Mary Cooke-Branch Bunford was president of the Cooperative Education Association from 1910 to 1925.


Co-operative Education Association of Virginia


M 9 Box 98, Adèle Goodman Clark papers, 1849-1978, James Branch Cabell Library, VCU Libraries


Special Collections and Archives, James Branch Cabell Library, VCU Libraries


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Co-operative Education Association of Virginia, “Constitution and By-Laws for Community Leagues,” Social Welfare History Image Portal, accessed August 4, 2021,