In cooperation with the adult education section of the Extension Service. Iowa State Debaters have for the past several years carried on an interesting series of debates and discussions called the Community Visits. These visits are made throughout the state, to Farm Bureau township halls, adult education classes, church clubs, high school assemblies, and service club dinners. Since the second year of the program we find that we have a core of steady customers —communities to which we are invited year after year, but each winter we add to our list and take on new visits. Trips vary in length from over one hundred miles to four or five miles. They come at night or noon as a rule. Last winter we limited the number of sessions to thirty, but even this limitation left us with one hundred and twenty participations from a Debaters personnel of about eighty.
Micken, Ralph A.
"Forensics at the Grass Roots...,"
The Gavel of Delta Sigma Rho: Vol. 31:
3, Article 9.
Available at: https://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/gavel/vol31/iss3/9