|1866 – The Young Women’s Christian Assoc. (YWCA) founded in Boston, MAPlease, also refer to a list of “Other Women’s Milestones” from 1866 to 1920|
|1868|| 19 April, Paul Percy Harris is born in Racine, Wisconsin to George H. and Cornelia E. Harris.
|1910||Paul becomes a founding member of the Prairie Club of Chicago. On one of the club’s early hikes a beautiful young woman from Edinburgh, Scotland points out a tear in his jacket and offers to fix it. Jean Thomson and Paul Harris were married several months later. The marriage lasts for 37 years until Paul’s death in 1947.|
|1910|| First Rotary convention was held in Chicago, 15-17 August, with sixteen clubs in Rotary. The National Association of Rotary Clubs was formed. Paul Harris was elected president of the Association and served two terms. Chesley R. Perry began 32 years of service as Secretary, then General Secretary of Rotary from 1910-1942.
At the RI Convention in Chicago, some delegates made the first attempt at official sanction of ‘Women’s Auxiliaries. It was rejected overwhelmingly.
| <style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>July 1912 – Belfast Rotarians vote to refuse membership to women</style=”font-size:>
6-9 August – 50 Clubs meet in <style=”font-size: 9pt”=”” color=”#0000FF”> Duluth </style=”font-size:>with delegates from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and the organization becomes “The International Association of Rotary Clubs.” London joins the same year as the 50th club. 5,000 members. Paul Harris is named President emeritus.
At the RI Convention in Duluth, the second attempt at official sanction of ‘Women’s Auxiliaries received a cold shoulder by the 598 delegates.
Also in 1912, Paul bought Jean a large home and they named their home after a road in Edinburgh, “Comely Bank.” There they started their life long friendship garden.
|1914||22-26 June and 1,288 Rotarians make the long journey to Houston, TX, USA. Rotarian Henry Brunier of San Francisco and his wife “Ann” boarded a special train for the convention. Since Ann was the only woman on the train for most of the trip, the other Rotarians began calling her “Rotary Ann”. In Houston the Bruniers met Guy and Ann Gundaker of Philadelphia. Soon the name “Rotary Ann” belonged to Guy’s wife as well. The term “Rotary Ann” lasted until the late 1980’s. Gundaker was RIP 1923-24.|
|1919||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””> Paul Harris’ mother, Cornelia Bryan Harris dies in Denver, Colorado. Paul had spent very little time with his parents who never seemed to be able to keep their family together. It was Paul’s grandfather whose quiet generosity maintained his parents. Paul’s father, George, never very successful in life, is vigilant as his wife’s caretaker at the end of her life.</style=”font-size:>
Club #500 Fremont, Nebr., U.S.A.
|1921||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>24 May 1921 – Mrs. Alwilda F. Harvey, wife of the then Chicago Rotary Club president, stepped into a leadership that brought fifty-nine Rotary wives together at a luncheon in the Sherman House. Then and there Alwilda became founder and president of a new organization, first called the Women of Rotary. She made a good speech, and some of it got into the records. (Neither the men or women of Chicago favoured the RotaryAnn nomenclature.) Mrs Alwilda F Harvey, wife of Club #1’s President went on to say: “Women through the ages have always practiced ‘Service Above Self’ now we have the opportunity to put the slogan into practice in serving our community”. The new movement was chartered in Illinois state as a non-profit corporation on May 22nd 1923. </style=”font-size:>
13 June 1921 – At the International Convention in Edinburgh, Rotary releases a supplement to the 1920 Proceedings written for all members, called the ‘Manual of Procedure.’ It included prohibitions on women as members of Rotary, or women�s clubs that used the Rotary name. It permitted a �Ladies� Auxiliary� for a Rotary club, however.
|1923||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>15 November 1923 </style=”font-size:>– Manchester, England, produced an invitation for Rotary wives to discuss, “Proposed Formation of a Ladies Rotary Club in Manchester” The idea of a women’s Rotary Club was dropped immediately, but, under the leadership of Mrs. Oliver Golding, the wives adopted the title of Inner Wheel.|
|1928||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>Paul Harris’ 1928 autobiography “The Founder of Rotary” is published.November 1928 – Oklahoma City, Club 29 is responsible for the origin of the Rotary Ann auxiliary organization, after it was proposed by OKC Rotarian Virgil Browne’s wife, Maimee Lee.
|1935||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>Paul and Jean Harris travel to Hawaii, Japan, China, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand and Canada attending conferences, planting “Friendship Trees,” and Paul writes a statement of international philosophy from Parramatta, Australia.Paul Harris writes “This Rotarian Age” and includes his comments on women in business and women and Rotary.
|1935||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>Paul Harris writes his second autobiography, “This Rotarian Age,” this time mostly about the evolution of Rotary in the first 30 years of the organization. </style=”font-size:>|
|1946||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>Jean Harris becomes the first Honorary Member of the Inner Wheel Club of Edinburgh.</style=”font-size:>|
|1947||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””> 27 January – After a many years of ill health, Rotary founder Paul Harris dies (see obituary) Following his death Jean experiences a break down.</style=”font-size:>|
|1947||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””> </style=”font-size:>
Paul’s widow, Jean Thomson Harris, alone and childless, sold “Comely Bank” and lived in a Chicago hotel. Until 1955, she was involved in charity and philanthropy.
|1949||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>The Rotary Foundation admits women as Ambassadorial Scholarships recipients.</style=”font-size:>|
|1950||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>18-22 June 1950 – The Rotary Club of Ahmedabad, India, proposes Enactment 50-10 to the International Convention in Detroit. It would delete the word MALE from Article III of the Standard Club Constitution. It was overwhelmingly rejected.</style=”font-size:>|
|1955||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””> Rotary’s Golden Jubilee features a last appearance by Rotary’s “First Lady.” Following the 50th anniversary convention (1955), held in Chicago, Jean Thomson Harris returned to Edinburgh.</style=”font-size:>|
|1962||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>First Interact club was formed by Melbourne, Florida U.S.A. Rotary Club. In August of 1962, Jean Harris attends a small reception for the 50th anniversary of RC of Edinburgh. RI president elect Carl P. Miller was in attendance. RC of Edinburgh kept in close touch with Mrs. Harris until her death. The club maintains signs and remembrances to this day.</style=”font-size:>|
|1963||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>9 November 1963 – Jean Thomson Harris dies in a Nursing Home in Newington, Edinburgh, the day after her 82nd birthday.</style=”font-size:>
(See www.rotaryfirst100.org/women/jeanharris )
|1964||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>June 1964 – The agenda of the Council meeting at the RI Convention in Toronto contains an enactment for the admission of women to Rotary clubs. Convention delegates vote that it be withdrawn.</style=”font-size:>|
|1972||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>January 1972 – The Rotary Club of Upper Manhattan, New York, USA, proposes an enactment, 72-48, to admit women to Rotary clubs to the Council on Legislation. After laughter and discussion, 72-48 is rejected.</style=”font-size:>|
|1977||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>January 1977 – Four enactments are proposed to the Council on Legislation that would essentially permit women members of Rotary, 77-16, 77-75, 77-70 and 77-94. Also proposed by Upper Manhattan, 77-16, which prohibited membership restrictions based on sex, was rejected. The other three were subsequently withdrawn. The Rotary Club of Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil, in 77-35, proposed to allow women to become honorary members. It also was rejected.</style=”font-size:>|
|1977||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””> 1 June 1977 – Duarte held its 25th Anniversary Celebration and introduced the three women, Mary Lou Elliott, Donna Bogart and Rosemary Freitag, as members.</style=”font-size:>|
|1978||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>February 1978 – Rotary International first revokes the charter of the Duarte club. The club requests a hearing. The Board then tells Duarte that it must remove women members.</style=”font-size:>
27 March 1978 – Rotary International Board of Directors officially revokes the Charter of the Duarte club. Duarte decides to continue to meet as a quasi-Rotary Club. An X was placed over the Rotary insignia, new pins were made, and the club was called: The Ex-Rotary Club of Duarte.
June 1978 – The Rotary Club of Duarte, California, files suit in Los Angeles Superior Court.
|1983||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>1983 – The Duarte case finally goes to trial in. California State Judge Max Deutz refuses to reinstate the club. The Duarte club immediately appeals the decision.</style=”font-size:>|
|1984||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>1984, </style=”font-size:>Carl E. Swenson, Governor of District 5030, appoints Lloyd Hara as Governor�s Special Representative to a new club in the Pioneer Square and International District area of Seattle.
18 September 1984 – The Seattle-ID club was chartered with Lloyd Hara the president.
|1986||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>1986 – The California State Appeals Court reverses Judge Deutz, stating that Rotary Clubs are business establishments subject to regulation under the state’s Unruh Act, which bans discrimination based on race, gender, religion or ethnic origin. Rotary International immediately appeals the case to the California Supreme Court, who refuses to hear the case.</style=”font-size:>
1986 – Rotary International appeals the decision to the U. S. Supreme Court.
31 July 1986 – The Seattle-International District club unanimously votes to admit women.
4 September 1986 – The Seattle-International District club admits 15 women.
15 September 1986 – the Seattle-ID club hires Margaret McKeown as counsel, files a suit and seeks an injunction against RI, and announces its admission of 15 women.
|1987||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>January 1987 – </style=”font-size:> The Seattle-International District club files an Amicus brief in the Duarte case.
February 1987 – California PETs includes 310 men and one woman, Sylvia Whitlock.
4 May 1987 – The United States Supreme Court affirmed the 1986 ruling of the Court of Appeals of California in a 7 – 0 opinion.
1 July 1987 – Sylvia Whitlock begins term as the first woman club president of RI and Duarte, California.
|1988||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>1988 – The Rotary International Board recognized the right of Rotary clubs in Canada to admit women.</style=”font-size:>
June 1988 – Duarte President Sylvia Whitlock and Seattle-ID President-Elect Karilyn van Soest attend the International Convention in Philadelphia.
1 July 1988 – Karilyn van Soest begins term as second woman club president of RI and president of Seattle-ID club.
|1989||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>January 1989 – Council on Legislation votes to change Constitution and Bylaws of Rotary to admit women. </style=”font-size:>
1 July 1989 – Council on Legislation changes take effect, and women are officially welcomed in Rotary
|1995||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””> 1 July 1995 – Eight women take office as District Governors. They include Mimi Altman, RC of Deerfield, IL, Dist. 6440; Gilda Chirafisi, RC of Riverdale, NY, Dist. 7230; Janet W. Holland, RC of Mineral Wells, TX, Dist 5790; Reba F. Lovrien, RC of Albuquerque Del Norte, NM, Dist. 5520; Virginia B. Nordby, RC of Ann Arbor North, MI, Dist. 6380; Donna J. Rapp, RC of Midland Morning, MI, Dist. 6310; Anne Robertson, RC of Fulton, KY, Dist. 6710; and Olive P. Scott, RC of Cobleskill, NY, Dist. 7190.</style=”font-size:>|
|1997||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>1 July 1997 – PDG Gilda Chirafisi, District 7230, begins second term as woman club president of the RC of Riverdale, NY, the first woman in RI to serve as president twice.</style=”font-size:>|
|1998||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””>January 1998 – PDG Virginia B. Nordby becomes the first woman delegate to the Council on Legislation that met in New Delhi, India. </style=”font-size:>
June 1998 – Rotary International presents its highest honor, the Rotary Award for World Understanding (RAWU), to Dr. Catherine Hamlin.
|2001||<style=”font-size: 9pt”=””> 1 July 2001 – Sylvia Whitlock, District 5030, begins second term as woman club president of the Duarte club, the second woman in RI to serve as president twice.</style=”font-size:>|
|2005||1 July 2005, Carolyn E. Jones, PDG District 5010, Alaska, USA becomes the first woman trustee of The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International|
|2008||1 July 2008, Catherine Noyer-Riveau, of Paris, France, Zone 11, elected to serve as the first woman on the Rotary International board.|
|2009||There are 187,967 female Rotarians worldwide. Sixty-three serve as district governors.
When you look at the timeline of Rotary, you will see how many women have been active members and even presidents of a number of Rotary clubs around the world. During the times when women were known only to care for their own families, these women have broken the stigma and have come forward to do good for the mankind. Inventions such as Detoxic – a formula to fight stomach parasites and other such remedies that does not require a woman to wait hand and foot on her family when they are sick, etc, has given them the freedom to come out and contribute to the society.
Photo of Paul Harris and John Doctoroff, from the website of the Paul and Jean Harris Home Foundation: www.paulharrishome.com
Another portrait was done for the University of Iowa (from page 256 of “My Road to Rotary”)
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|As of 1 July 2005, the Rotary Fellowships program belongs to a new parent entity known as Global Networking Groups. The new entity includes groups of individual Rotarians organized to focus on shared topics of interest on an international basis. Effective 1 July 2006, all existing and future fellowship groups with a service-oriented focus will be reclassified under a new category called Rotarian Action Groups, while existing and future fellowship groups focusing on fellowship of a recreational or vocational nature will remain under the designation of Rotary Fellowships. For more information, please refer to Frequently Asked Questions.
During this period of transition, both Rotary Fellowships and Rotarian Action Groups will be represented on the Rotary Fellowships pages of the RI Web site. Pending the development of a separate Rotarian Action Groups Web page, both pages will be linked through a common portal for Global Networking Groups. Please check back periodically for further updates.
Global Networking Groups currently comprise more than 90 independent Rotary Fellowships and Rotarian Action Groups. Join the growing number of Rotarians who are sharing their favorite activities and professional interests through organized recreational and vocational groups in Rotary Fellowships, or explore new opportunities for international partnership in service in Rotarian Action Groups. Whether you are interested in bird watching, motorcycling, volunteer dentistry, or the fight against AIDS, Rotary’s Global Networking Groups are fantastic resources for all Rotarians to develop new friendships and to advance opportunities for service. (Rotary International information)
|To a young set of parents in Afghanistan, it was a life-saving immunization for their five-month-old son. To a woman with seven children in Malaysia, it was a loan to start a sewing business that enabled her to feed her children. To North Koreans, it was an ambulance that equipped a hospital to be able to take care of them. To thousands of college students in almost every country on earth, it was the chance to study abroad, with all expenses paid, and learn their educational specialty up close and personal.
Ask anyone who has been touched by The Rotary Foundation what it is and every answer will be different. Ask anyone who has been touched by The Rotary Foundation just how important it is, and every answer will be identical.
The Rotary Foundation was born as an endowment fund in 1917, the brainchild of RI President Arch C. Klumph. It was reborn 12 years later in the form we know today, The Rotary Foundation of Rotary international. However, it wouldn’t be until after the passing of Paul P. Harris in 1947 that TRF would reach the financial health and world importance that it enjoys today.
that their money can be used to improve the lives of others too and it need not necessarily accumulate wealth for themselves. Started by a group of businessmen who knew how to earn money and keep The reason behind this huge success of Rotary is the acceptance. People have come around to accept increasing the income, this organization flourished as more people realized the worth and started contributing. One has to become a member to start contributing through rotary and this grew Rotary international to the number of clubs it is today.
The expansion of Rotary was just like the stock market. as more companies started offeing its stocks as a tool to invest in, for the public, more traders came in and investors increased. Eventually every company wanted to sell its stocks and infuse funds to help the business grow. Today, investing in the stock market is not as complicated as it was before. Just like how Rotary’s way and means of carrying out projects have changed and evolved, the stock market has too.
If one does not know much about the stock market, they can take the help of automated softwares like HBSwiss, and invest wisely. This software calculates and moves your money into the right funds, based on your needs and preferences, thus removing the need for you to not only operate in the stock market, but also know much about it. As technology improves, the businesses evolve along with it.TRF was one such organization that evolved over time and changed to be what iti s today.
Technically speaking, it is a not-for-profit corporation that supports the efforts of Rotary International to achieve world understanding and peace through international humanitarian, educational, and cultural exchange programs. It is supported solely by voluntary contributions from Rotarians and friends of the Foundation who share its vision of a better world.
| Its expenses are born solely by the interest earned on its contributions over a three year period.
As an endowment fund for Rotary “to do good in the world,” its initial contribution was US $26.50 in 1918. When it became The Rotary Foundation in 1928, it had a value of US $5,739.07. In the most recent year that we have complete figures, the Foundation had more than US $73 million contributed in 2000-01. But, that’s not what The Rotary Foundation is all about. Its event-filled 85 years has been a story of Rotarians learning the value of service to humanity, and the citizens of the earth benefiting from that service.
The Humanitarian Programs of the foundation help fuel international Rotary projects to improve the quality of life, providing health care, clean water, food, education, and other essential needs primarily in the developing world.
A major Humanitarian Program is PolioPlus, which seeks to eradicate the polio virus worldwide by Rotary’s 100th birthday in 2005. Through its Educational Programs, the Foundation provides funding for some 1,200 students to study abroad each year. Grants are also awarded to university teachers to teach in developing countries and for exchanges of business and professional people. Even its former participants in the Foundation’s programs can continue their affiliation with Rotary as Foundation Alumni.
Welcome to the History of The Rotary Foundation.
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Rotary Global History (2002-2004)
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IFRFR has been changed to International Fellowship of Wellness and Fitness of Rotarians.
|The Fellowship of Fitness Rotarians was initially formed in the mid-1980s by first international chairman Don Fraser of the St. Helena Rotary club in California, President of the American Running & Fitness Association.
After three years the fellowship disbanded but was then reorganized 5 years later after approval by 30 District Governor’s from different parts of the world with initial membership from 14 different districts by Rotarian Harold Friend, MD, (International Chair for 8 of the years between 1992 and 2006 & District Governor 1998-9) under the new name of International Fellowship of Running and Fitness Rotarians. This occurred just before the 1992 Orlando Rotary convention and the first of many �fun runs� occurred each day at that convention starting in front of the convention hall each morning. Also, in that year PRIP Cliff Dochterman held a �Salute to the Fellowships� in Cambridge, MA. During that meeting over 30 Rotarians assembled to run in the snow each morning creating friendships that lasted for years.
Since then the fellowship has steadily grown with members coming from 38 different countries. The largest numbers are from the United States, Japan and India. Over the years IFRFR sponsored over 300 road races from 3 km up to full 42K marathons, the largest of which was in 2005 at the Rotary convention. In addition, IFRFR organized fun runs each morning at 15 of the Rotary conventions from 1992-2006. The most beautiful of which was running along the Mediterranean Sea in the early morning during the Nice France convention in 1995.
Fellowship Members at the 2004 Osaka Convention
These were closely followed by morning runs along a river in Calgary 1996 and, at the Glasgow Scotland convention in 1997, running at the break of dawn in a beautiful park near the convention site. During the years there were a number of wonderful projects that individual members organized. Under the direction of Rajan Vir (Vice-Chair 1997-2000) an exercise area was built in a park in Pune, India. Peter Gray (1998-9 Chair) organized a group of Rotarians to run the London Marathon with a talk by Sir Roger Banister. Jean-Emile Vanderheyden (Vice-Chair 1996-8) organized a 20 Km run for Parkinson�s Disease in Charleroi, Belgium.
Toshi Ihara (1999-2000 Chair & Vice-Chair for 9 years) helped organize the Mt. Misen international walk that has now been held for over 10 years walking up that sacred mountain in Japan. In 2006 our first woman Chair, Suzan Rada, returned the leadership to the St. Helen�s club in California.
Fitness – the word that has every head turning today was never given much importance earlier. There were very few people who paid attention to their fitness. This is because, earlier people used to be physically more active than what people are today. One had to walk or cycle his way to meet a neighbor or to get some items at the store.
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