TAPPI Local Sections
Our Local Sections are organized geographically and open to all TAPPI members.BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP
Chicago Local Section
Charter Date: 1946
Geographic Boundaries: US states of Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, Wisconsin, and Minnesota
Special Interests: Corrugating, folding cartons, sheet plants
Mission: The mission of Chicago TAPPI is to build business relationships and promote the corrugated industry by educating our members through the exchange of new ideas and technical expertise.
CHICAGO TAPPI 21st ANNUAL GOLF OUTING AND DINNER
Chicago TAPPI invites you to our annual golf outing and dinner. You will have a great time playing golf. Dinner and a grand prize drawing will follow.
When: Tuesday, September 14th, 2021
Where: Ruffled Feathers Golf Club 1 Pete Dye Drive Lemont, IL 60439
Time: Registration & Lunch – 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Shotgun start – 1:30 PM
Cocktails – 6:00 – 7:00 PM
Dinner – 7:00 PM
Dinner & Grand Prize Drawing after Golf
Format: 4 Person Scramble
Evening Moderator John Meyer, 269-569-0060 or [email protected]
Phil Eads, 973-722-9637 or [email protected]
Ed Stuczynski,920-427-3410 or [email protected]
We welcome you to invite your clients as your guests.
Register soon as space is limited and is on a first-come first-serve basis.
Chicago TAPPI Scholarship Opportunities
Chicago TAPPI has developed a scholarship program in which it will award a $4000 scholarship to one deserving college student whose parent, grandparent or legal guardian is a member of Chicago TAPPI in good standing.
In addition, we are giving two $2000 scholarships for full time or part time workers in the corrugated industry for continuing education who are attending day/night school for an undergraduate degree, technical or trade school.
Congratulations to our recent Chicago TAPPI Scholarship winner.
Alison Dry is currently a freshman at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University studying Accounting with a minor in French. Last spring, Alison graduated from Downers Grove North with Distinguished Honors and was involved in several extra-curricular programs. At North, she swam all four years on the DGN Swim Team and was captain during her senior year. She also swam for Hornets Swim Club and was an assistant coach last year. In addition, Alison played trombone in Marching Band, Wind Ensemble, Pit Orchestra, and Jazz Band, and she is looking forward to joining the IU Marching Hundred this year. She was involved in a leadership team called Positively North Stars, National Honors Society, and French National Honors Society.
Additional scholarship information
Inside this Section
- Coating and Graphic Arts
- Corrugated Packaging
- International Flexible Packaging and Extrusion Division
- Nonwovens, Engineers and Technologists (NET)
- Paper and Board
- PIMA Management
- Process Control
- Process and Product Quality
- Pulp Manufacture
- Women in Industry
- Young Professionals
- Independent Technical Committees