A NOTE FROM THE CURRENT BOARD Vote in the First Board Election of our Consolidated Co-op Yes! This is our first opportunity to elect board members at-large from our entire consolidated membership. Your seven current board members were appointed from one of our two legacy co-op boards, Linden Hills and Wedge. Drawing from each original
September 12, 2018 As a TCCP owner or shopper, your trust is important to us. This data policy explains how information about you is collected, used and disclosed by TCCP when you become a member of TCCP, access or use our website or other online or mobile services (which we call our “Services”), shop in
Since the positive vote for consolidation between the Wedge Community Co-op and Linden Hills Co-op in the fall of 2016, the two co-ops have been working together on a collaborative implementation plan. Eight committees were developed in the December to focus on specific elements of the business. Each committee is comprised of Wedge and Linden…
By Elizabeth Archerd In November 2016, the Wedge said goodbye to its longest-serving employee. Elka Malkis retired as Director of Finance after working for the co-op for thirty-seven years. In June 1979, Elka was hired for a temporary summer storekeepercashier job, during a group interview by all 20 or so “coordinators” in the worker collective….
Cooperatives are guided by seven main principles. Principle seven is concern for community. As a co-op, we strive every day to work for the sustainable development of our neighborhood and community through policies accepted by our ownership. Over the last four decades, our grant programs, food donations, paid staff volunteer service hours and other giving
‘To me, the co-op is like a member of our family. Knowing that we support an organization that shares the same values is important. One way I can show my support is by using my leadership, food background, and business skills to serve on the board of directors to help ensure that the co-op will