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This association, it's constitution and government, is ordained in order to maintain the ideals and preserve the traditions of 4-H among college women. 4-H is an informal, educational program conducted in each state through cooperative efforts of the United States Department of Agriculture, the state land-grant universities, and county governments. The ultimate purpose of the 4-H is fourfold development of individuals; that is, the intellectual, spiritual, social, and physical development of individuals in their roles as family members and as responsible citizens. Therefore, the purposes of the association shall be:

  • To bind together all our members in a sincere and enduring sisterhood and to promote a spirit of sociability and good fellowship among college women.

  • To facilitate and encourage good scholarship

  • To bring out the best qualities in one another through precept, example, and friendly criticism.

  • To lend one another every honorable means of assistance and encouragement throughout life.

  • To encourage adequate and economical living conditions for women students.

  • To aid in more firmly establishing and perpetuating the various chapters and associations of said National Association of Clovia by all appropriate means.

Chapters:

Alpha - Kansas: Kansas State University, Manhattan

Beta - Minnesota: University of Minnesota, St. Paul

Gamma - Nebraska: University of Nebraska, Lincoln - disbanded

Delta - Minnesota: Mankato State College, Mankota - disbanded

Epsilon - Kansas: Fort Hays State University, Hays - disbanded

Zeta - Minnesota: Crookston Campus, disbanded

 

 

 

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