How to Schedule an Activity Event
Do you have a favorite activity you want to turn into a regular club happening?
There are ways to do that. That is, we can help gin up interest and participation with your idea. It starts with telling someone!
Send your suggestion to the Activities Committee. They have seasoned pros that can help at organizing group events.
Already been through that and you're just looking to get a repeat event on our calendar? Then, read below.
How to Engage at the Planning Phase
The club's governing documents establish Standing Committees. These committees are where club work gets done, especially the planning phase of creating events and supporting activities.
Three primary committees-- Business, Skiing, and Activities-- are supported by additional standing sub-committees. The Activities committees are described and supported on these pages. Use the links below to find other committee work.
To get more involved contact the Coordinator(s) in your area(s) of interest.
How to Get an Event on the Club's Calendar
Lead time please!
Give the club's Social Coordinator sufficient lead time. Three days is almost always okay, five days is better. Golf is an exception. See below.
Getting an event on the calendar requires 3 things;
Entering the data is only a few minutes, but scheduling that work can be difficult for our volunteers.
Three days is usually sufficient, for standard events. More is a kindness. But, any event that might conflict with another club event or activity requires more time as more club members with vital interests are consulted.
We'll try to respond on short notice, but a lead time of 3 days for routine items and 5 days for the stuff involving nets is what your Events Management team has committed to. Got it?
Golf is a partial exception in that the Golf Coordinator needs time to consider the implications for the overall golf schedule.
For anything more spontaneous and without the club's imprimatur take advantage of our social media pages on Facebook .
Meetup is a curated copy of our social calendar. They've both attracted lots of members and attention.
Standing Committees That Plan Social Events and Support Popular Activities
Find current chairs for each committee here.
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