The following Bylaw changes will be voted on at our October 21 Membership Meeting:Elections:
Following “paper ballot will be required”
An absentee ballot may be submitted by mailing the candidates’ names and offices sought on a plain piece of paper to the Club Membership Chair. The outside of the envelope will have the voting member’s name and the last 3 digits of his or her RCSC Member or Privilege card. The Membership Chair will verify the voter’s membership and pass only the ballot to the Club Secretary to be recorded.
Officers – Executive Board:
Following “have voting rights”
A candidate must not reside with or be related by marriage or birth to any other officer or candidate.
A photographer from the Wall Street Journal will be at the courts Thursday around 9. This would be a great day to show up in your brightest PB attire!
Volunteers are needed to help Lis Smoot with our Paddle Play program. This is a tremendous learning opportunity, but it is also a tremendous amount of work. You can help by working with players of a slightly lower skill level – 2.5s can mentor 2.0s, 3.0s can help 2.5s and so on. You will learn while you teach – and fulfill your volunteering responsibility while on the courts! Contact Lis
Lessons for pay are not allowed on our courts except by Independent Contractors approved by the Club Board and RCSC. That is currently only Dee Davison, a teaching professional from Surprise. Violation of this RCSC rule will be dealt with harshly, both for the students and the teacher.
Scotch tape, or generic equivalent, applied over the magnet on your magnetic name tag will greatly reduce the chance of rust and corrosion.
NAME TAGS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES AT ALL CLUB FUNCTIONS – INCLUDING DROP IN. Our Bylaws require this and wearing one makes it much easier for us to identify one another.