In 1918, the first Interest Section was born when the Club decided to start a sewing/mending group in an effort to help World War I soldiers.
Then, in 1925, the Club brought women on campus together to play bridge – and the Bridge Section has continued ever since. In 1928, the Book Review Group was formed. This section continues today as the Literature Section.
Different sections have existed over the years ranging in topics from arts and crafts, computers, greenhouse, gourmet, music, and more.
Interest Sections today provide a cheerful way to learn about new topics as members get to know women from across campus.
As of 2010, Woman's Club sponsers interest sections for:
Arts and Crafts
Bridge (Afternoon groups, and Casual)
Galleries and Sights
Gardeners / Art Appreciation
Literature (Afternoon and Evening)
Lunch and Learn on Location
Meet the Leaders
Women and the Kemper