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Program - Pushing Hubby Through P. Ceremony June 4. Ceremony June 8. T Ceremony June 9. T Ceremony June. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
Special Collections and Archives. Language of Material: English. Physical Description: The club held meetings, events, gatherings, and even created and funded a scholarship for the university. The processing of this collection and the creation of this finding aid was funded by the generous support of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.
The materials were transferred by the Student Wives Poly-Annas to the University Library in several installments between and The club was created with the purpose that student wives become better acquainted with one another, host social and recreational activities, and to promote projects as well. The club was founded by student wife Barbara Marvin who also served as the club's first president in Membership was only for the wives of Cal Poly Pomona students who at the time were all male.
The Student Wives Club functioned exactly as any other club did at Cal Poly Pomona even though the women were not actually enrolled in school. They held meetings, committees, and elected their governing body members. They also held events such as picnics, dances, fashion shows, bake sales, dinners, and other activities as well.
The club would also bring in speakers from off campus to speak to the student wives about fashion, cooking, taking care of their children, and other topics. Additionally, the Student Wives Club also worked on raising money and donating to different foundations, charities, and scholarships.
This ceremony was held to recognize the wives who's husbands were graduating and student wives received a P. It is estimated that around 4, women received a P. The P.Honokaa Hawaii woods rock rally hookup
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