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Membership Billing & Policies

PAYMENT OF FEES

Membership fees are due and payable by March 11, 2022. If fees remain unpaid after this date, a $50.00 late charge will be added to account and member will not be listed in the directory.

In an effort to reduce the Club's significant banking charges related to credit card fees, we kindly ask that members make every effort to pay their dues by any of the following preferred methods.

E-transfer - from Canadian bank accounts only.  Please send an e-transfer to [email protected] and create the password of "Ojibway".  Include your member number in the memo section.

Cheque - mail to The Ojibway Club, c/o Admindesk, 411 Huronia Rd, Unit 5, Barrie, ON, L4N 9B3

Paypal - the Paypal button can be found below.

 

 

2022 SUMMER BILLING CYCLE

ACCOUNT CHARGING PERIOD

EMAIL STATEMENTS ARE SENT TO MEMBERS

PAYMENT DUE BEFORE:  (TO AVOID CREDIT CARD PROCESSING)

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Any questions, please contact our Island Office at: 705-366-5085;

email: [email protected] or call Sherri Kingsmill, Admindesk: 705-796-3437

 For further information on Membership, please contact our General Manager, Mark Gienow at  gm@ojibwayclub.com or call 905-321-6415.


 

MEMBER CODE OF CONDUCT

This Code of Conduct was developed to ensure a warm, welcoming and family-friendly environment for our members, guests and employees.

OUR GUIDELINES ARE VERY SIMPLE

Members, guests and employees are expected to conduct themselves in a way that is consistent with the values of The Ojibway Club. Members are responsible for the conduct of their guests.

Members, their guests and employees should be treated with courtesy, dignity and respect. They should be free to enjoy the club in an atmosphere free from abuse, bullying, or any forms of harassment or intimidation.

Members shall not reprimand or personally direct an employee.

Any concerns about employee behaviour should be directed to the General Manager.  Any concerns about member behaviour should be directed to the General Manager or a member of The Board of Directors.

Violations to this Code of Conduct will be treated seriously and may result in disciplinary action, including loss of Club privileges, suspension or expulsion.

POLICIES

All family membership categories include the member and his or her immediate family only (spouse/partner and children under 21).

Members’ children who turn 21 in the Calendar year must join the Club that year and maintain their membership year to year to avoid paying an initiation fee.

Members children who are between the ages of 21-29 who have not joined the Club may do so by paying the annual category-appropriate dues for the year of joining. Members who join between the ages of 22-29 will be subject to initiation fees equal to the accumulated annual dues for the years between the current age and 21.

Membership is non-transferable.

The club reserves the right to limit numbers and to reject applications which, in its view, are outside the intended purpose of the membership programs.


NEW MEMBER INITIATION FEES

New members to the Club pay the current year’s initiation fee. + HST.


TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF MEMBERSHIP

Members may suspend their membership IN WRITING for up to two seasons. Members who suspend their membership may not use the Club’s facilities, nor may their immediate family. Any usage during this period will result in the full annual dues becoming payable.

Membership may be reactivated by paying one and half times the current annual dues, and the member will be charged a $75/year administration fee.

After two seasons, UNLESS THE CLUB IS NOTIFIED IN WRITING OF THE RESUMPTION OF MEMBERSHIP, membership will be terminated.

ANNUAL CAP ON SUSPENSION OF MEMBERSHIPS

The Club stipulates that there will be a annual cap on suspended or deferred memberships of 20 in any given year.  All written submissions must be received by no later than May 31st of the year in question and will be reviewed by both the Membership Director and the President of the Club.


Divorced or Separated Members

Both parties of a divorce or separation may maintain their Club membership by each of them paying the annual dues. This option is open up to two years after the divorce / separation occurs.


LAPSED MEMBERS

Lapsed members may rejoin the Club by paying all the annual dues since their withdrawal or by paying the initiation fee plus the current annual dues - whichever is less.


CANCELLATION OF MEMBERSHIP

Cancellation of membership must be done IN WRITING to The Ojibway Club.


ACCOUNT AND CREDIT CARD REQUIREMENTS

To activate signing privilege, members must:

Statements are issued bi-weekly during the season.

Members are required to pay their statement within 14 days of issue.

Disputed charges must be brought to the Club’s attention within 14 days of statement issue.

After 14 days, unpaid and undisputed charges will be charged to the members credit card.


Penalties for Late Payment

Late payment of annual dues – after March 16 - will result in a $50.00 late payment fee being applied to account.

Members who do not pay their annual dues prior to March 16 will not be listed in the annual directory.

Overdue balances will incur 2 ½% per month / 30% per annum interest on the unpaid balance.