1941: In the wake of Pearl Harbor, the Club held matinee theatre performances
December 7, 1941; Pearl Harbor was bombed and life would change for everyone. Because of gas and food rationing, entertaining at each other’s homes was not possible. As World War II loomed, social events were no longer scheduled and The Club canceled all future dances for the duration of the war. Instead they held a series of matinée theatre performances, continuing to raise funds for infant research and needs.