1950-51: Hearing Conservation started-Started assisting teachers at Royal Palm School for Exceptional Children-Representatives of League at City Health Department, TB Association Board, Red Cross Board, Lake Purification Board and Mental Health Association. Eleanor Abhe)

1951-52: Held successful Bazaar-Gave instruction to Beta Sigma Phi Sorority in Belle Glade on use of Audiometer in order that the Hearing Conservation Program might be started in the Glades. Eleanor Abhe)

1952-53: Held Thrift Sale-Worked at Tumor Clinic.(Joanna Martin)

1953-54: Volunteers gave panel discussion and plays before PTAs and civic groups on the need for a better understanding of the Palm Beach County Guidance Center. (Laura Deger)

1954-55: Purchasing program of $7,000 set up for Royal Palm School-Thrift Sale again held. (Betsy Bills)

1955-56: Thrift Shop plans in making-$1,000 given to Guidance Center to add Psychiatric Social Worker to its staff. (Margaret Harris)

1956-57: Thrift Shop opened in September, 1956-Leaguers went on television presenting shows on League; Sustainers officially recognized. (Patricia Herpel)

1957-58: Thrift Shop moved to larger quarters;$1,000 given to Guidance Center for Marriage Counseling Service; First Thrift Tea held; Project Finding Committee appointed; Norton Gallery of Art placement added; Regular meetings held Pioneer Hall of gallery; Junior Cotillion on organized. (Madge Yoakley)

1958-59: Consignment Department added to Thrift Shop-First plans presented for Junior Museum for Palm Beach County-Charter signed for Junior Museum in November 1958. (Nancy Myers)

1959-60: Junior Museum Guild organized-First “Fete du Soleil” presented-Junior Museum Fund Drive underway-Groundbreaking for Junior Museum held in June, 1960-Turnover of Hearing Conservation Program to County Health Department. (Shirley Brackett)