The first Chapter meetings were held on the second Tuesday of each month at the Press Club in San Francisco. The Luncheon cost between $0.83 and $1.03 per person. Each month there was a theme, such as Highway Day, Railroad Day, Utilities Day and Title Company Day. During World War II, meetings continued, although attendance was limited. After several meetings, members started to see their fellow members as colleagues rather than opponents during right of way transactions. Meetings were later changed to the second Wednesday of each month and were primarily held at various restaurants in San Francisco. In the 1970s, the meetings were moved to the East Bay where restaurant prices were lower.