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JOTTINGS FROM THE Y.M.C.A.

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JOTTINGS FROM THE Y.M.C.A. We have had a good number of strangers in this week, who, in spite of our world-wide repute as the Soldiers' Rest, had never even heard the name of Y.M.C.A. Upon having a look round and seeing what we are doing they were more than pleased, it is needless to say. Our Welsh Class idea is catching on." The difficulty of having a teacher is met by the kind- ness of the Rev. Yorwerth Davies, B.A., B.D., who will commence the class for Welsh scholars on Sunday, Feb. 28th, at 3 p.m. Will those who have not already enrolled their names with the Secretary at the Y.M.C.A. kindly do so as early as possible. By-the-way, some of our English boys desirous of learning Welsh have been hoping that this class would be commenced to teach the Welsh language. The 124th Company concert last Friday evening went off very successfully, and the promoters, not for the first time, were good enough to take up a collection, 50 per cent. of which was given to the Y.M.C.A. funds. We thank them. The programme of our long-looked-forward-to isteddfod is now up, and if the rush of entries will be anything like as great as the curiosity of everyone to see its contents, we shall have to hold an afternoon meeting. Mr. W. Jacobs gave us a much appreciated address last Sunday afternoon, and Sapper Gerald Powell sang a solo which was much enjoyed. ♦

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