1939 - 1949
- Premature nursery given to Saginaw General Hospital.
- Second annual art exhibit given.
- Children’s Theatre’s first trouping production, “The Indian Captive”.
- Thrift shop location changed because of fire.
- Third Annual Art Exhibit given.
- Children’s Theatre’s second trouping production, “Stay at Home Rebel”.
- Handley School project turned over to the community.
- Thrift Shop moved to East Side location.
- Fourth Annual Art Exhibit given.
- Third trouping production, “Yankee Doodle’s Guests”.
- C.D.V.O. established.
- Reorientation course.
- Fifth Annual Art Exhibit given.
- Fourth trouping production, “The Cupboard is Bare”.
- First children’s radio series, “Up and Down the Scales” by transcription.
- Community Radio Service established.
- Sixth Annual Art Exhibit, “Art of the Armed Forces”.
- Fifth trouping production, “The Mournful Bear”.
- Second children’s radio series, “The Adventures of Young Douglas”, in live form.
- Thrift Shop moved to Jarvis Yawkey Court.
- Junior League Prize established for the Annual Woman’s Club Art Exhibit.
- Seventh Annual Art Exhibit, “American Painting of Today”.
- Educational art exhibits circulated in schools.
- Sixth Trouping production, “Ben and Me”.
- Children’s theatre presented Edwin Strawbridge in “Johnny Appleseed”, a narrative ballet.
- Third children’s radio series, “Books Bring Adventures” by transcription.
- Adaptation of “The Yearling” and series on “American Painters of Today” in live form.
- Children’s oxygen tent presented to Saginaw General Hospital.
- First tri-city Junior League conference held in Saginaw.
- Eight Annual Art Exhibit, “Contemporary Water Colors from the Museum of American Art”, and “Twenty-seven Oils from the Philadelphia Academy Annual”.
- $100.00 given to Board of Education for permanent collection of Kodachrome slides.
- $50.00 given to Board of Education for equipment and materials for handicapped class at Handley School.
- $5,000.00 given to Emergency Food Collection.
- First puppet trouping production, “The Story of Mrs. Tubbs”.
- Fourth children’s radio series, “Books Bring Adventure” by transcription.
- Ninth Annual Art Exhibit; Print Collection for Metropolitan Museum of Art.
- Collection of Kodachrome slides and projector donated to County Schools. League volunteers trouped slides to City and County Schools.
- Garden Club resumes.
- $5,000.00 pledged to Saginaw Museum.
- Puppet trouping production of “The Golden Apple Tree”.
- $1,000.00 pledged to Saginaw General Hospital Library.
- Radio series, “Adventure for Youth”, transcriptions of “Up and Down the Scales”.
- Funds not to exceed $1,000.00 donated for improvements to City Hospital.
- Participation in opening of Saginaw Art Museum. $375.00 given toward expenses.
- Puppet production of “The Fox and the Little Red Hen” trouped to approximately 10,000 children in city schools.
- $7,859.72 given to Cancer Detection Clinic netted by presentation of “Follies of 1947”. $130.00 given to City Hospital for improvements.
- Inaugurated radio series of “Kids Quiz”. Radio stories of Artists’ lives and transcriptions of “Tales from the Ivory Tower”.
- Kodachrome slides donated to Board of Education.
- $50.00 donated to Children’s Center.
- $15.00 given to Hartley Nature Camp.
- Two radios donated to Saginaw Public Libraries.
- Sponsored Centennial Exhibit of Thomas Eiken at Museum. $100.00 contributed toward purchase of benches for children’s art classes at Museum.
- Puppet production “The Story of Mrs. Tubbs” trouped to 8,300 children.
- Presented Tatterman Marionettes in “The glowing Bird” at the Michigan Treatre.
- $100.00 contributed to Girl Scout Site Fund.
- “Kids Quiz” repeated. Two live Christmas programs presented. Transcriptions of “Lest We Forget These Great Americans” and “Stories to Remember” broadcast.
- $50.00 donated to Saginaw County Health Center.
- $50.00 given to Guadalupe Center Clinic.
- Vacated Chase Building Clubrooms.