We love our Tacoma-Pierce County community, and we work to give back to it in many ways. We want it to be better tomorrow than it is today.

And with COVID-19, that challenge is even greater.

We think every kid deserves a chance at a college education—so we have awarded college scholarships to high school students in need for more than 20 years. So instead of an “in person” auction this year, we turned to virtual fundraising to support that effort.

We also are working with the Emergency Food Network to support their fight hunger against in our community—especially during these challenge COVID-19 times.
Right now, due to the COVID-19 situation, our weekly Wednesday morning club meetings are held via Zoom, instead of in person.

And we’re doing what we can to stay connected—to our members and our community—and continue to make a difference.

During these challenging times, we hope that you—and all your family and friends—and staying safe and healthy.

--Written by Rod Koon--Last updated May 15, 2020