Upcoming luncheon meetings:
- January 9th, 2017 – John Wolfe, NW Seaport Alliance
- February 13th, 2017 – Dan Price, Gravity Payments
Upcoming luncheon meetings:
Please contact us if you would like to be on a standby list. It will be activated as we get cancellations.
Each December our club holds the Emergency Food Network Food Drive and Fundraiser at our Christmas luncheon. All proceeds from the event go to EFN who’ll use the proceeds to feed local people in our community. The event includes a visit from the local high school choir and speakers who bring in the Christmas spirit by helping auction off great gifts for the membership. This past December we raised $32,000. What’s even more incredible is how much food we can expect our efforts will produce. Currently, EFN is able to convert every $1 raised into $12 worth of food. This means that we were able to bring in $384,000 worth of food to the people in our community. Our membership is thrilled they can have such a huge impact in our community.
Since 1999, we have been able to raise over 1 million dollars in food for EFN. Come join us at our December luncheon where we’ll once again bring you a little Christmas joy and goodwill to the people in our community.
Come join us on our fall team habitat build on Saturday, October 3rd, 2015.
We will gather at 8:30am at the Swan Creek Build site. Swan Creek is Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat for Humanity’s newest neighborhood. Located on East 40th Street, just west of Portland Avenue, Swan Creek will consist of five single-family homes. The first home at Swan Creek is scheduled for dedication by the end of 2015.
|Alaska Traffic||Mode Transportation|
|Apple Physical Therapy||Morgan Corp|
|Arrow Reload Systems, Inc.||Moss Adams|
|Best Ways||PCC Logistics|
|Carlile Transportation||PNW Equipment|
|Dakota Specialty Milling||Port of Tacoma|
|Dave Hester||Ports America|
|Flexi-Van Leasing||Ports America Stevedoring|
|Gordon Trucking||Ron Asahara|
|Greg Mowat||Schneider National|
|Harbour Link Container Services||Tacoma Rainiers|
|Horizon Lines||The HUB Group|
|Jeff Clark and Family||TOTE Logistics|
|Jim Stanaway||Totem Ocean Trailer Express|
|Kidder Matthews||Toyota Lift Northwest|
|Redmond General Insurance Agency||Tracie Manolidies|
|Linda Dunlap||Transportation Club of Seattle|
|Lineage Freight Management||Tripak|
|Lynden Transport||Vista Natural Gas|
|MacMillan-Piper||Washington United Terminals|
|Maersk||West Coast Material Handling, Inc.|
|Marine Exchange of Puget Sound|
|Alaska Traffic Group||MacMillan Piper|
|American Strategic Group||McKinney Trailers Rentals|
|Arrow Reload Systems, Inc.||Mode Transportation|
|Best Ways||Morgan Corp|
|Brown & Haley||OHL International|
|Carlile Transportation||Orange Credit Union|
|Continental Mills||PCC Logistics|
|Dakota Milling||Port of Tacoma|
|Emerald Queen Casino||Ports America|
|Express Employment Professionals||Red Bike International|
|Henningson Cold Storage||Tacoma Rail|
|Hub Group||Totem Ocean Trailer Express|
|Interstate Distributor Co.||Toyota Lift NW|
|Jacobson Global Logistics||Valley Freightliner|
|Lindsey Hart, LLP||Westwood Shipping|
Each June, TCT members plan a Saturday to provide lunch to Habitat for Humanity volunteers. This year, TCT also had volunteers to help with the build.
This was a wonderful opportunity to witness first hand how funds raised at the Spring Open contribute to the building of new homes.
A big thank you to TCT Board member Mark MacLeod of Best-Ways for coordinating this event!
What a beautiful day for the golf tournament! Lucky golfer Paul Sitlowski said he got his hole-in-one with the McKinney golf ball that was just given to him by Lori Kincannon of McKinney Trailer. Paul used his 1968 7-iron to make the winning shot 180 yards into Hole 13!
For 32 years, the Hi Jinks Scholarship Golf Tournament has served as our clubs largest fundraiser! All proceeds from the tournament are used to support our annual Scholarship Program. This programs success has led us to constantly contribute $10,000 to $19,500 to various numbers of students each year. Last year’s tournament helped us to provide $19,500 to 20 students at our June 2012 Scholarship luncheon.
This was a wonderful opportunity to witness first hand how funds raised at the Spring Open contribute to the building of new homes. We also had the opportunity to tour the local job site. Several TCT Board members and members of their families were there to prepare and serve lunch to some awesome Habitat volunteers who were working on building the houses at Ainsworth.