YWCA creates a master file for all community organizations to be able to submit meeting and activity dates to the chamber of commerce.
YWCA begins to publicly recognize outstanding community service of youth.
Discussions begin about obtaining housing and two locations are considered.
YWCA receives funding from Community Chest.
Committee voted to rent Eberle-Jaggy house at 106 East 12th for YWCA office and center.
Article featured in The Columbian, December 31, 1955 regarding YWCA programs.
The Clark County Women’s Republican Club, a brand of YWCA, started a scholarship fund. The first scholarship went to a Clark College student in the amount of $75.00.