Date:      The first SATURDAY in JUNE

​​​​​Event:         WESTERN REGION CHURCH (business meetings as required)

Date:           frequently in the Spring & Fall

Event:        WASHINGTON STATE CHURCH  (semi-annual business meetings)

Date:          frequently in March & September​​



Other events:   celebrations, anniversaries, birthday parties, biker weddings, funerals, motorcycle honor escorts for Marines Killed In Action,
hospital runs, poker/dice/dart runs, biker charity fundraisers,
THUNDER THURSDAYS,  biker bar food & bands, motorcycle swap meets, motorcycle rallies, biker camp outs, riding IN the Auburn Veteran's day parade, the C
ouncil of Clubs, legislative lobbying for motorcyclist rights etc.

For more info about the MARINES m/c Seattle chapter contact :

GRIZ > 206.941.7995      gregmccarl@gmail.com
Copyright © 2016-19    MARINES Motorcycle Club SEATTLE chapter
Support your local MARINES Motorcycle Club chapter

​​​​​Event:         NATIONAL CHURCH(bi-annual business meeting)

Date:           Summer 2020​​, 2022, 2024 . . .

otorcycle Club's
SEATTLE chapter

"The FEW,
the PROUD,

For info:   GRIZ 206.941.7995      gregmccarl@gmail.com 

Event:        SEATTLE CHAPTER CHURCH  (our monthly business meetings.)

Date:         frequently the 1st Sunday​​ @ NOON


The MARINES Motorcycle Club's SEATTLE  chapter proudly presents our annual: 

Date:         SUNDAY, Novermber 10th, 2019
SLIM’s Last Chance chili shack & watering hole, 5606 1st Avenue South, SEATTLE

Who:         ALL MARINES & beautiful women are INVITED
Attire:        Bikers - leather, dress shirts, jeans  & polished boots     Biker chicks - leather, lace, fancy boots & BLING
1800 hrs (6 pm):    adult beverages from the bar (you pay) &some chow from their menu (you pay)
1900 hrs (-ish):       

The MARINES Motorcycle Club's SEATTLE chapter proudly presents our annual:

FIRECRACKER RUN past Snoqualmie Falls!
Date:              INDEPENDENCE DAY. THURSDAY, July 4th, 2019

​​Who:               Patriots who want to ride with us to celebrate "Life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness!"
Rally Point:         I-5 exit 156, SHELL gas station,   13138 Interurban Ave. S., TUKWILA, WA
ick Stands Up:   HIGH NOON (this ride is approximately 32 miles / 39 minutes)
We'll take an exhilarating & scenic pack ride East through FALL CITY past SNOQUALMIE FALLS to get some
     SMOKEY JOE's Tavern,  38600 SE King St, SNOQUALMIE
You WILL be back home in plenty of time to see the your favorite FIREWORKS display!


POLAR BEAR poker run
 ( We support this annual fundraiser for the A.B.A.T.E. Motorcycle Rights Organization )
January 1st, 2020   NEW YEAR’S DAY - Kick off the new year withan exhilarating winter ride
Ralley Point:  ride directly to the first stop on the poker run's route!
UNCLE MO’s Snappy Inn, 321 Williams Ave S. RENTON

10:00am   Join us for breakfast!  Come in and go directly to the bartender to order your breakfast FIRST,  then go to the poker run official's table, sign up for the run & draw your first poker card.
11:00am  Kick Stands Up > and we’re off to our 2nd stop in the Polar Bear poker run!

$15per hand, SINGLE rider   $25 for 2 hands, COUPLES
PRIZES:      HIGH poker hand & LOW poker hand      RAFFLE for prizes +  50/50 (you win 1/2 of ticket sales)
Last year’s stops were ( but they are always subject to last minute changes ) :
Card #2  The LOST DUTCHMAN Sports Bar, Maple Valley;       Card #3  The BOOTS Tavern, Black Diamond;
Card #4  The DRAFT CHOICE sports bar & grill, Auburn;            Card #5  The ROYAL BEAR pub & eatery, Algona


The MARINES Motorcycle Club SEATTLE chapter proudly presents our annual:

THUNDER RUN to TAHOMA National Cemetery,  KENT
                 " All gave some, SOME GAVE ALL "

Date:          MEMORIAL DAY > MONDAY, May 25, 2020

​​Who:          Patriots who appreciate the sacrifice of those who died in our wars (or later because of them) .
Rally Point:    I-5 exit 156SHELL gas station,  13138 Interurban Ave. S., TUKWILA
Depart:     1600 hrs (4:00pm) Our pack ride will ride approximately 17 miles and take 27 minutes.
Our pack will do a
SLOW ROLL through our National cemetery,  parking by the main U.S. flag, to pay tribute to the fallen.
Join us on our way back for some remembrance chow at the RED DOG Saloon, 18605 Renton-Maple Valley Rd, MAPLE VALLEY.