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Local Briefs

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Parent Issue
Day
2
Month
July
Year
1946
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"Treasure Tree" at First Congregational Church, December 1961

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 22, 1961
Caption
'Treasure Tree': Lynn Bottum, Jim Knight and Tom Ufer (left to right) decorate a "Treasure Tree" with balls of wool yarn in which children from the first and second grades of the First Congregational Church school have wrapped tiny toys. The gifts will be sent to Algerian refugee centers in Tunisia and Morocco where mothers are being taught to knit. The toys will be given to refugee children. The refugee centers are maintained by the American Friends Service committee which has planned the yarn balls as a service project. Mrs. H. M. Crooks, jr., is superintendent of the local church school's primary department.

American Friends Service Committee Halloween "Loot" at Eberwhite School, November 1953

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 2, 1953
Caption
Halloween 'Loot' Of Different Kind: "Loot" collected for the American Friends Service Committee instead of "trick or treats" Saturday night by children form Eberwhite School is shown above in the school hall. More was expected this afternoon. A total of about 700 children participated from the Burns Park, Eberwhite, Mack and Stone School areas.

American Friends Service Committee Office, February 1969

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 8, 1969
Caption
American Friends' New Office The American Friends Service Committee recently moved its Michigan area office in Ann Arbor from 1222 Woodlawn Ave. to these quarters at 1414 Hill. The building, originally a four-car garage, is located behind the Friends Center at 1416 Hill. It was stripped to its outer shell and refitted with inner walls and partitions of wood and glass, forming six offices. The new office is the result of a cooperative project of the American Friends Service Committee and the Ann Arbor Friends Meeting.

Friends Group Moves Offices

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Parent Issue
Day
1
Month
March
Year
1969
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American Friends' New Office

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
March
Year
1969
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Quakers Help

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Parent Issue
Day
11
Month
January
Year
1975
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