Special Events

5K Run/Walk

A 5K Fun Run/Walk is scheduled for Tuesday, May 27 at 1530. This will be an advance registration. Participants will be provided a shuttle to and from the run/walk. Participants will receive a t-shirt and water/snacks will be available along the route. Registration fee for the run/walk is $15.00. Awards will be given to 1st Overall Male and Female, 1st Overall Masters Male and Female, no doubles.


A Volksmarch is available on Tuesday, May 27 at 1300. This will be an advance registration. The registration fee for the Volksmarch is $10.00. Participants will receive a t-shirt, walking map and AVA credit.

Charity Raffle

The Charity Raffle is an event that provides attendees the exciting opportunity to win unique chapter and sponsor items.  Many great items will be available for the attendees with the winning ticket!  ASMC Chapters must register in advance to participate and may submit three auction items; with a minimum value of $25 each. Chapters  may donate a minimum of 50% to the official PDI charity, keeping 50% for their own Chapter.  Chapters may donate more if they wish in support of the PDI charity.  Letters to chapter presidents will be sent in March by email with full details of how to participate.

Pets for Vets - Tuesday, May 27

This year’s Charity is Pets for Vets.  The Pets for Vets program is dedicated to providing a second chance for shelter pets by rescuing, training and pairing them with veteran servicemen and women who can benefit from a companion animal.  Medical studies have shown that companion animals significantly improve mental and physical health, including; reducing stress, depression, and anxiety. These are common symptoms experienced by many serving the military.  Every veteran who is capable of taking care of a pet is eligible.  Both the animals and the veterans have been through traumatic events in their lives and together they can help each other heal.  The goal is to raise over $5000 in support of this very unique non-profit organization through our Charity Raffle and with donations dropped off at the Pets for Vets display set up beside the registration area. 

Community Service Projects

​1) Fisher House - Tuesday, May 27 - 1400-1630 

Joint Base Lewis-McChord, 9999 Wilson Ave, JBLM 98433

We had a huge response to volunteer and have to stop accepting new applications. Thank you all.

The first project will be hosted at the Fisher House located at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.  The objective is to have seven volunteers show our appreciation to our injured service members and to say thank-you by hosting a dinner for up to 11 guests.  We will prepare a hot meal and have it ready when the veteran and his/her family return from a full day of medical therapy and rehab at Madigan Army Hospital.  This is a wonderful opportunity for volunteers to make a direct impact on a veteran’s life as well as to interact/socialize with family members. 

2) VA Puget Sound, Seattle Hospital - Tuesday, May 27 - 1400-1600

1660 S. Columbian Way, Seattle 98108

We had a huge response to volunteer and have to stop accepting new applications. Thank you all.

The second Community Service project will be hosted at the Seattle Veteran’s Administration Hospital located a top Beacon Hill, looking out over the beautiful Puget Sound.  The objective is to show our appreciation by serving those who have protected our freedom.  ASMC will be assisting in two areas.  We will be performing grounds beautification and participating in recreational activities.  Both of these activities are outstanding ways for us to assist our heroes during their stay with VA.  Our Veterans put everything on the line to protect our freedom. We may never be able to repay them for their sacrifice, but we can show them just how much we appreciate all that they’ve done. 

Welcome Dinner

The American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC) invites you to this exciting Wednesday evening of fantastic food and networking with your fellow financial management professionals.

Other Seattle events

Mariner's Baseball



The Festival brings the world's greatest films to Seattle, showcases every genre imaginable, and provides experiences like no other! 

43rd Annual Northwest Folklife Festival
May 23-26, 2014 at the Seattle CenterThe 43rd annual Northwest Folklife Festival celebrates the music, dance, stories, and art of the people of the Pacific Northwest. Festival goers have the opportunity to participate in the many traditions of our diverse region. This year’s cultural focus is Washington Works, a program that explores various aspects of occupational folklore in the Northwest. Explore and experience the cultural roots and contemporary influences of ethnic communities in our region through live performances, visual arts, and hands-on activities. Northwest Folklife Festival features over 7,000 performers, participatory dances, workshops, crafts, food, and more.

Mariner's vs. Angels Baseball Game

Thursday evening, May 29th - $30. The game starts at 7:10 pm.