Tall Club of Silicon Valley is a social club that encourages the comradeship of its members through activities and social events,
so as to better instill self-confidence and a positive outlook on the advantages of being tall.

About the Tall Club of Silicon Valley

Miss Tall International ContestantsTall Club of Silicon Valley (TCSV) was founded in 1980 by Bob and Judy Hirsch as a nonprofit social organization devoted to bringing together people of above average stature. We are a member of Tall Clubs International (TCI), founded in 1938 by Kay Sumner Einfeldt. TCI has over 50 clubs with several thousand members.

Tall Club of Silicon Valley sponsors a wide variety of events each month. Some of our activities include house parties, happy hours, dances, dine outs, biking, hiking, concerts, movies, you name it.  We are an adventurous group and always looking for new activities for our social calendar.

Club Royalty
Each year we select a Queen to represent our club both locally and at the annual Tall Clubs International Convention where tall club queens from both the US and Canada compete in a pageant for the title of Miss Tall International.  A Mr. Tall Silicon Valley is also selected and together with Miss Tall Silicon Valley promote tall awareness and TCSV.

Scholarship
Tall Club of Silicon Valley selects a high school senior from Santa Clara County each year to be the recipient of a scholarship to be used for educational purposes. The winner of the TCSV scholarship is then entered to compete for scholarships awarded by Tall Clubs International.  For more information, contact .

Marfan
The Tall Club of Silicon Valley also contributes to Marfan research in hopes of curing this illness common among tall people.  Marfan Syndrome is a condition that affects connective tissue. Because connective tissue is found throughout the body, Marfan Syndrome can affect many body systems, including the skeleton, eyes, heart and blood vessels, nervous system, skin and lungs. Marfan Syndrome affects the long bones of the body, and thus is often found in taller people.

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