No member is obliged to enter the Clubhouse at this time, either individually or as part of an authorized group activity, if they do not feel safe doing so.
Each time someone enters the Clubhouse it exposes our staff to risk and, further, our staff is required to clean extensively after each member leaves.
(Video)teleconferencing, phone calls & email are acceptable, albeit sometime cumbersome, alternatives for conducting Club business.
Committee Chairs hosting a meeting must offer (video)teleconferencing (such as Zoom, Skype, GoToMeeting, others) as an attendance option for any or all Committee members who are uncomfortable attending a physical meeting in the Clubhouse.
accommodate Bridge playing or similar interactive activities at this time.
all affected Clubhouse areas thoroughly after each member visit or meeting
should call staff in advance of their visit. As always, space must be reserved in advance of meetings.
Officers, Committee Chairs, other title holders, and those members specifically invited to a meeting by any of the above.
... and our staff will wear a mask when interacting with anyone inside the Clubhouse.
at any time is 18, including our Clubhouse staff. (If there are family groups, the maximum number of families is 18 and the maximum number of people is 50. This would only apply to rentals, as no events for member’s families are being planned at this time.)
Our Clubhouse Manager, Nick, has prepared a plan for seating up to 13 socially distanced individuals in the Auditorium. This is adequate seating for most of our Committees, and some sections, but would not accommodate Board or General Meetings. This spacing also allows for staff or other permitted members to enter or exit the room if they need to, for example being enroute to the Board Room or Art Room.
at the clubhouse, but no coffee/tea service. And no shared food of any sort is permitted.
only one person can use the restroom at a time.
can only accommodate a single 4-person table, as set-up in the Auditorium.