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Constitution – Article Four

Membership

a) The membership will be open to all residents of the City of Barrie, regardless of race, creed or color, who must abide by the Constitution and Bylaws of the Club. Membership is on an annual basis and the membership year shall be from opening day for one calendar year.
Residents outside these boundaries may be admitted at the discretion of the Executive, if openings are available. Existing members in good standing shall have priority for readmission as members for the following year(s).

b) Membership is by way of payment of an annual fee. The amount of fees shall be determined by the Executive, which may designate types of memberships, with fees to be adjusted accordingly.
Only members in good standing shall be eligible to serve on any committee of the BCTC.

c) The Executive shall from time to time set and determine, as it deems appropriate, any additional rights or obligations as the case may be, attaching to the different types of memberships.

d) The annual membership of the Organization shall be limited as determined by the Executive.

e) An adult member means a person who is 18 years of age or older at the first day of registration.
A senior is a member 60 years of age at the first day of registration.

f) The Family plan is defined as a husband and wife (common-law included) and their dependants up to age 17.

g) A junior member means a person who is 17 years of age or younger (but not less than 12 years of age) on the first day of registration. Junior members do not have voting rights at the Annual General Meetings. Parents of junior members must discuss with an executive member issues such as safety, supervision, level of play and expectations of the parents. The cost of junior membership shall be less than that of an adult membership.

h) A juvenile member means a person who is 11 years of age or younger (but not less than 6 years of age) on the first day of registration. The cost of the juvenile membership shall be less than that of an adult membership.

i) Junior and juvenile members may not sit on the Executive as members.

Resignation

a) Members may submit their resignation in writing which shall be effective upon acceptance thereof by the Executive.

b) In case of resignation, a member shall remain liable for payment of any assessment or other sum levied or which became payable by him to the BCTC prior to acceptance of his resignation.

Solicitation

a) No member shall canvass, solicit or exhibit any service or product of any kind whatsoever on BCTC premises or at any meeting, activity or event of BCTC unless previously authorized by resolution of the Executive with the exception of BCTC fundraising programs.

b) No member shall utilize the membership directory for solicitation or canvassing for any product or service whatsoever with the exception of BCTC fundraising programs.