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Christian Science Organization at Wellesley College, Massachusetts, reports that "during the year the organization made particular progress in awakening the interest of the college community. Several non-Scientists periodically attended our testimony meetings. Others were also present at our informal receptions. Some new members from different classes contributed to our physical and spiritual growth. During the course of the year several seniors availed themselves of the opportunity to conduct morning chapel services, which are nondenominational. These girls successfully appealed to their audiences on common ground while at the same time expressing the spirit of Christian Science. Members of Christian Science Organization at Wellesley College participate actively in college affairs as alert individuals, and several hold prominent campus offices. Testimonies at our regular Wednesday afternoon testimony meetings reveal a reliance on Christian Science in all phases of experience."

Christian Science Organization at San Diego State College, California, reports that their recent lecture "was attended by approximately sixty-five students, several of whom had known nothing about Christian Science. One young man, until then unacquainted with Christian Science, has since attended our organization meeting, and he was the first to speak, saying he was searching for something and hoped we could show him. We have referred him to our Leader's books."

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