The Life Enrichment Center of Tampa (LEC) will be hosting a luncheon on Friday, April 30, 2021, to celebrate and honor the dedicated service of board member and Trustee T.J. Couch, Jr.
This closed event will be held at Armature Works in the Show + Tell room from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Though the luncheon is physically closed to the public, the LEC is offering a live broadcast of the event at https://lectampa.org/tj-couch-tribute starting at 1:30 p.m. The LEC invites the Tampa community to participate by watching the event live, posting personal tributes to Mr. Couch or making a donation in Mr. Couch’s honor, all via the LEC’s tribute page.
Mr. Couch joined the LEC board in 2004 and has since served as a dedicated member. His father Theodore Couch helped found the LEC in 1980. The Couch Family Foundation believes in giving back to the Tampa community and supporting creativity, medical advancement, faith, and community organizations.
Mr. Couch, Jr., has continued to uphold his family’s tradition of philanthropy and his family’s commitment to the visual and performing arts. He has invested unparalleled time, care, and selfless service to the LEC and Tampa community at large.
Please join the LEC in celebrating and honoring Mr. Couch’s service and his commitment to the Tampa community. For more information, please visit https://lectampa.org/tj-couch-tribute.
*The Life Enrichment Center (LEC) is a private, non-profit organization whose mission is for its students to fulfill their lifelong creative potential through the ageless engagement of the arts. The LEC is an innovative arts education center for adults, operating in North Tampa’s Forest Hills neighborhood since 1980. It is one of only a few centers across the country focused on redefining and reshaping the experience of aging. Its cultural arts program has received national and international recognition and serves as a model of successful community-based organization, serving adults primarily 50 and over.