On Mar. 11 in celebration of International Women's Day, a Zoom panel of Concord Rotarians recounted early events in the Club's admission of women. Following Sharon Spaulding's introduction, the revealing and entertaining stories began with Joanie Hale's tales of her 1988 experience as the first woman in the Club. Jane Barrett and Grace McWalter also joined that year. Andy Zall followed with her story of joining in 1990.  Phyllis Maurer, the second female president, followed, with Jame Barrett, President 2002 and Ann Trudeau, President.2010, offering insights into their journey as the first mother-daughter presidents. Karl Kussin recounted the climate in the Club during the early years of female membership. Carol Toomey, 3rd female Dist. Governor, spoke about the many roles she has played in RI and Camilla Vogt concluded the panel commenting on how Rotary has advanced her career through a Global Scholarship sponsored by the Concord Club. All in all, a wonderful preamble to our upcoming 90th year as a club.