OUR NEXT PROGRAM
March 4, 2015 — Dinner: Women’s Intergenerational Living Legacy Organization (WILLO)
Women's Intergenerational Living Legacy Organization
Join City Club of Tacoma in celebrating great women of Tacoma!
Creating a Community in Tacoma connecting 8 generations of women & girls through storytelling.
A story of how a thought became an idea, an idea became a project and the project turned into a community movement.
WILLO-Women's Intergenerational Living Legacy Org-celebrates the role of storytelling in all cultures and the women of Tacoma, whose stories are awe inspiring.
Ed Ulman-Executive Director KBTC
Dawn Lucien-Featured storyteller
Rosa Franklin-Featured storyteller
Suzy Beller-SOTA student Story recorder
Aimee Garcia-SOTA student Story recorder
Ronnie Bush-WILLO mentor
Liz Burris-WILLO mentor
SAVE THE DATE
March 18, 2015 — Lunch: Port Alliance-Tacoma and Seattle together
Port Alliance-Tacoma and Seattle together
Panelist CEO Port of Tacoma John Wolfe
The Seattle and Tacoma port commissions plan to form a Seaport Alliance to unify management of the two ports’ marine cargo terminals and related functions to continue our leading role in international trade and create more jobs for our region. The two ports will retain existing port commission governance and asset ownership.
The Tacoma and Seattle ports today are the third-largest container gateway in North America, and our marine cargo operations support more than 48,000 jobs. Combining the strengths of our two ports’ marine cargo operations will position our region to address competitive challenges and create new economic opportunities.