Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Narragansett Bay
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Re: Membership Etiquette
We don't belong to one, but think about it from time to time. Reciprocity can be a big benefit. Ultimately, we don't want to be pinned down to a club and can't do the math to make the dues actually pay. We begin to think it would be good for entertaining, but that's what the boat is for!
Be aware that many clubs have expectations. There are those that expect you to be involved in some capacity, club leadership, organizing an event, setting race buoys, etc. Others have actual minimum work requirements to be a member: painting, cleaning, etc.
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