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 »

As a private organization, each country club is entitled to charge a fee for membership and access to exclusive member benefits. Some clubs do not require a membership or initiation fee but impose a visitor or access fee... 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 »

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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Senior club activities range from the sedentary, such as weekly book clubs, bridge tournaments and lectures, to more physically challenging activities, such as hikes, yoga and Wii golf. Clubs arrange and sponsor these ac... More »

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