"Methods of Reaching the Neighborhood" will be the topic of discussion this evening at the fourth of a series of conferences called "A Training Course for Workers with Immigrants" offered by the Department of University Extension, the State Board of Education, at the Old South Meeting House, corner of Washington and Milk streets, Boston, on Monday evenings at 7.45 o'clock. The speakers will be Mrs. Eva W. White, Director of the Extended Use of Boston Public Schools, and Hyman B. Dine '16, who will talk on "The Adoption of School Centres to the Needs of the Immigrant." The conference is open free of charge to anyone interested in settlement work.
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