Rotary Club allowed Mrs Harvey to contribute for 'The Gyrator' by
describing her organizations work. The ladies had organized a dinner
dance in February 1922. This drew the largest attendance of any Rotary
social event at that time.
As time went on, the ladies were successful in their own right in
contributing to Service within their community. For example, the ‘club’
started a fund for the blind which would eventually become known as the
Women of Rotary Blind Foundation worth many thousands of dollars.
The success of the Chicago Ladies is best summed up by noting a comment
of one Chicago Rotarian and husband. “We’ve got to get up and ...
promote... ourselves or by 1970 our club will be known as the Men’s