A statement from a friend of mine, Donnie Wullner -
"I was never a big part of anything important that went on at TCP. I wasn’t one of the founders, I barely built anything besides maybe helping with one of the huts, I didn’t skate, I didn’t film, I was one of the ones who came to just hang out. I hope I wasn’t one of the people that others saw as a delinquent, but even though TCP didn’t have my blood or tears poured into in like I know it did for so many of my other friends, the doors were still open to me every single day after school. I loved this place and the fact that it gave me and so many others a place to get out of the house, to see other people, and to make plans. To go get Arizonas at Noco back when it had two other names before Noco, and get free slushees at Bk with those donation coupons everybody always seemed to have. TCP to me was more than just a skate spot where I sat on the sidelines (although I totally did drop in on a ramp there once, before Mark did I might add) it was a place to just be stupid, to be ourselves, and nobody bothered us for the longest time. I know I’ll miss TCP forever because I don’t know of anywhere before or anywhere since that has given me this feeling. It was the best hang out spot I’ve ever had the pleasure of being allowed into every day.
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