Updated June 6, 2019
Life membership is when you have completed 35 continuous years in the club, or have reached the age of 65 and have completed 15 continuous years in the club, this applies only to members who were in the club as of December 31, 2011.
Effective January 1, 2012 all new members who were voted in after December 31, 2011 must have 40 continuous years in the club to become Life members.
Membership dues are reduced to $50.00.
Life Members who have not reached 62 years of age you still will have a work hour fee added to your dues slip each year if you did not volunteer 10 hours of service to the club that year. Being a Life member under 62 does not relieve anyone of work hours.
The key information used to compile this is the year you were born and the year you joined the club. Without this information I cannot figure out your life year. If either is wrong on your records you must contact me so that I can update your records. Otherwise I will assume the records are correct and you may miss out on being a life member when you should be. This information is on the dues renewal slip each year.
If you become 65 and have 15 years or complete 35 years as a member in the current year, this mean you will be eligible the FOLLOWING YEAR. When the dues are mailed out you must be eligible at that time in order to be a life member for that year you are being billed for. E-mail me if you have any questions.
Life Membership is effective on Jan 1st of each year, New Life members will have their new badge number moved from normal membership board to Life Board on December 1st because work hours are from Dec. 1st to Nov. 30th and you have to record your new badge number.
Each year when the due slips go out to every member they can see when they will be a life member by looking at top right of dues slip it will tell they year they will become a life member.
If your records are wrong Please fill out this form and submit it, I will contact you via e-mail to confirm the information. click HERE and fill out form.