Families of girls on any of the gymnastics teams (Levels 3-10 and Elite) at Capital are eligible to join CGGBC. All members are required to pay an annual membership fee of $25.00 for the first athlete in the family and $10.00 for each additional sibling. Membership runs year-to-year from June 1st to May 31st . Refunds of the annual membership fee will be given upon request if the CGGBC member leaves Capital before September of each year.
The annual membership drive occurs in the month of May of each calendar year. To join CGGBC, one is required to read the CGGBC Handbook, complete and sign the three (3) Acknowledgment Forms at the end of the Handbook, and attach a check for the annual membership fee. Place the forms in the folder labeled ‘CGGBC Signed Membership Forms’ in the top drawer of the CGGBC filing cabinet and put the check in the CGGBC box on top of the filing cabinet located upstairs at the gym. Renewing members must complete the registration process and pay their dues by May 29th of the current year in order to continue membership without disruption, and thereby retain the right to participate in the distribution of fundraised earnings, if any, earned by the club in previous membership years. If a renewing member does not re-join by May 29th, he or she is no longer a member of CGGBC and knowingly forfeits his or her right to participate in the distribution of any past fundraised earnings from previous membership years. Prospective Members joining after May 29th, but before the cut-off date for fundraising for 2nd assessment, will pay 100% of the membership fee. Prospective Members joining after the cut-off date for fundraising for 2nd assessment will pay 50% of the membership fee.
CGGBC is a parent-operated organization. Active membership is key to its success. As a CGGBC member, you are encouraged to volunteer to be a chair or co-chair of a fundraiser, or serve on the CGGBC Board of Directors. Members that leave Capital’s team program at any time during the season, for any reason, forfeit their ability to participate in CGGBC’s distribution of fundraised earnings. Since CGGBC is a 501 (c) (3) organization, members have no individual claim or right to fundraised earnings whatsoever.
In addition, members are required to abide by CGGBC bylaws, which include, among other things, the expectation that members conduct themselves with proper sportsmanship.
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