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Win big at Broadway

In a first-of-its kind effort in the state, Tacoma's Broadway Center for the Performing Arts will launch a major fundraising raffle on New Year's Eve with a key kickoff event at the Pantages Theater.

Raffle tickets for LIVE LARGE will sell for $99 each, with the grand-prize winner becoming the owner of a new $1 million Tacoma dream home, thanks to The Commencement Condominiums.

The winner can elect instead to receive $600,000 cash. The size of the total prize pool topping $1.1 million makes this a first for any raffle in Washington.

December 2009

Some will work on holiday

The staff of Tacoma's Harmon Brewery & Restaurant will be opening their doors at 10 A.M. on Friday to feed the needy and less fortunate a big Christmas meal.

Sysco Food Services, Tri-City Meats Inc. and Puget Sound Beverage have all donated food and supplies to help in the venture. Many of the Harmon staff will spend Christmas Eve getting things prepared and will return again early Christmas morning to help with the feed.

December 2009

Business of the Year sought

The Shelton Mason County Chamber of Commerce is asking members of the community to submit nominations for 2009 Business of the Year, Citizen of the Year and Chamber Volunteer of the Year.

Nominations will be accepted through Jan. 5, 2010 and announced at the Chamber's Annual Awards Dinner, Jan. 21.

December 2009

Volunteers to provide holiday meals

More than 70 volunteers will prepare, package and deliver more than 500 meals on Wednesday to home-bound individuals in Thurston and Mason Counties.

December 2009

Around the Sound

On Christmas morning, the staff of The Harmon will open the restaurant at 10 a.m. to feed Tacoma's less fortunate. Sysco Food Services, Tri-City Meats Inc. and Puget Sound Beverage have all donated food and supplies to help. This marks The Harmon Christmas Feed's fifth year, and the staff plans to prepare up to 450 meals.

December 2009

Around the Sound

The Corporations & Charities Division of the Secretary of State's Office and the Department of Revenue are joining together for a free nonprofits training session in Olympia on Thursday, Dec. 17.

Designed for charitable organizations, this presentation will provide expert insight on:

  •  How to form a nonprofit and keep it current
  •  When to file with the state Charities Program
  •  New financial and tax reporting requirements
Admission is free and registration is not required. More information about the sessions are on the Web.

December 2009

Firefighters support families

For the past 20 years, Tacoma firefighters have brought holiday cheer to the lives of thousands of Tacoma children and their families with deliveries of food, clothing and gifts just before Christmas.

This year, firefighters raised over $14,000 to help more than 140 children and families in need.

December 2009

Junior League thrift store to close

After 89 years in operation, the Junior League of Tacoma's thrift store, the Second Closet, will close its doors at the end of the year. The thrift store first opened in 1921 and is the Junior League of Tacoma's oldest and largest fundraiser. Declining sales and rising costs of operations have led to the organization's decision to close the store.

December 2009

Tribe, nonprofit begin green building 'lab'

Marine View Ventures, the economic development arm of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, and the Institute for Environmental Research and Education have unveiled plans to build the first Net Zero energy building in the state.

Dubbed a "teaching building," the facility will make as much energy as it uses, with rainwater as its sole water source -- while acting as a living laboratory for both the Tribe and the Institute.

The building differs from LEED buildings in that it will not be judged based on design, but rather on its operational results.

December 2009

Rusty George Creative names 2010 grantees

Rusty George Creative has announced recipients of its non-profit grants for 2010. World Trade Center Tacoma, Lakewood Area Shelter Association and Northwest Leadership Foundation will receive the aid.

Each year, the employees at Rusty George Creative choose as a team which organizations to support during the year. This year, 18 qualified organizations submitted applications, each seeking up to $25,000 in graphic design and advertising services.

December 2009
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