What is the Tall Club of Milwaukee?
The Tall Club of Milwaukee is a not for profit social club serving Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin.
Our purpose is to create an environment where tall people can meet, share and exchange ideas, and develop tall friendships.
Our goal is to educate tall people to be undeterred in their outlook and activities because of height, and to promote friendship and respect.
We unite and organize tall men and women from all professions, ethnic backgrounds, and religions for the advancement of friendships and common interests. This is done by way of social events (including house parties, picnics, attending or participating in sporting events, going out to dinner, movies, happy hours, dances, etc.), participation in charitable projects (including for the National Marfan Foundation), and involvement in our local community.
The Tall Club of Milwaukee is the sole organization responsible for the Jason Daniel Gosz Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded annually to a local tall student under 21 and entering their first year of college.
What are the requirements for membership?
5’10” for women
6’2″ for men
21 years of age
Approval of the TCM Board
Dues of $15 per year
What do I need to do to join?
It’s easy!! Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get you started.
A chapter of Tall Clubs International