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ERIC Number: ED002610
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1961-Nov-10
Pages: 5
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COLORADO MIGRANT MINISTRY. ANNUAL REPORT, 1961.
MIGRANTS WERE AIDED BY THE COLORADO MIGRANT MINISTRY, WHICH WITH PUBLIC SCHOOL OFFICALS AND HEALTH AND WELFARE AGENCY PERSONNEL, HELPED TO DETERMINE LEGISLATIVE NEEDS, AND PROVIDED DIRECT SERVICES TO MIGRANTS IN THREE AREAS OF COLORADO. IN ROCKY FORD, A SPANISH-SPEAKING EDUCATED HUSBAND-WIFE-DAUGHTER TEAM WORKED WITH VARIOUS GROUPS WHO LED ACTIVITIES, STORIES, CRAFTS, SWIM TRIPS, REMEDIAL READING, GAMES, SPORTS, INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC INSTRUCTION, SINGING, AND HOUSEHOLD SKILLS. IN FORT LUPTON, A STAFF OF SEVEN ORGANIZED--A CHILDREN'S PROGRAM TO DEVELOP MOTOR AND SOCIAL SKILLS, AN INFORMAL TEENAGE CLUB GROUP WHICH DID ITS OWN PLANNING AND FINANCING, A MOTOR MECHANICS CLASS, A RELIGIOUS CONCERNS PROGRAM THAT UTILIZED THE SERVICES OF A SPANISH-SPEAKING SEMINARY STUDENT, A HOME ECONOMICS COURSE IN MEAL PREPARATION, NUTRITION, AND SEWING, AND ADULT PROGRAMS. IN PALISADE, A STAFF OF EIGHT ORGANIZED A CHILDREN'S PROGRAM STRESSING MORAL VALUES WITH PLAY ACTIVITIES, A BOYS' CLUB AND A GIRLS' CLUB, A LARGE PLAY HOUSE, A PARK PROGRAM OF RECREATION, A TEEN RECREATION PROGRAM, A VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAM, A WOODWORKING GROUP, ADULT PROGRAMS, AND CHILD CARE PROGRAMS.
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Identifiers: Colorado Migrant Council