Private clubs are typically paid, membership-driven businesses. They provide a recreational outlet for those who can afford the membership. Examples include country clubs, swim clubs, dining establishments and athletic c... More »

Common rules applicable to private clubs include rules that the club be restricted to members and their bona fide guests, that the club be formed for a legal purpose and operated for the benefit of its members, and that ... More »

To start an environmental group, find others concerned with the same issue, advertise your cause and organize your initial and follow-up meetings. More »

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Common rules applicable to private clubs include rules that the club be restricted to members and their bona fide guests, that the club be formed for a legal purpose and operated for the benefit of its members, and that ... More »

To start an environmental group, find others concerned with the same issue, advertise your cause and organize your initial and follow-up meetings. More »

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The most basic requirement for most clubs is that prospective members share a common interest or hobby with the existing members. Many clubs also require a fee, be it a one-time initiation fee, monthly fee, yearly fee or... More »

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As of 2015, interested members of the American Contract Bridge League can find game results at ACBL-sanctioned clubs by using the tool provided on the organization's website, acbl.org. This tool allows the user to search... More »

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