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Old 09-17-2009, 02:07 PM
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There you go Cley Start another Club and get your Two Delegates Vots....

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Old 09-17-2009, 02:58 PM
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Yes a club has to be licensed with the state before they become members. I dont think theres any rule as to non profit or profit but I also dont know of any clubs that are listed and "for profit" the tax liability would be a nightmare.
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Maybe that should be in the instructions.


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There you go Cley Start another Club and get your Two Delegates Vots....

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Looking at options. This 100% thing is one of the road blocks AWORC has. We have more against joining the PNW4WDA than there are for joining.
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Old 09-17-2009, 03:13 PM
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Maybe that should be in the instructions.
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It is, at least in the the packets that I made and give out. I even have the application for washington and oregon in the packets as well as the websites
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It is, at least in the the packets that I made and give out. I even have the application for washington and oregon in the packets as well as the websites
I looked on line and could not find it. That is something a club should know before asking for a packet since there are more things they have to do.
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I looked on line and could not find it. That is something a club should know before asking for a packet since there are more things they have to do.
You looked online and could not find what? the State incorporation paperwork? or a Club Membership Packet?
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It is, at least in the the packets that I made and give out. I even have the application for washington and oregon in the packets as well as the websites
What about Idaho?
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You looked online and could not find what? the State incorporation paperwork? or a Club Membership Packet?
a club has to be licensed with the state before they become members.
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Old 09-20-2009, 07:37 AM
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when first I read this I thought Wow what a great Idea have the paperwork on line and new clubs could down load it... Then I thought... We in each region have a Membership chair [person and it is better to get the paperwork from them because yoiu have to come to the region meetings to meet the people to be voted in so it's better to get the packets from the Membership chair so they can tell you the in's and outs about the paperwork and that way we can have a chance to get to know the motivated ones.

Shoot I think Joe Wittig and I went to prolly 6 or 7 meetings before we ever asked for paperwork.
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Old 09-20-2009, 07:25 PM
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What about Idaho?
Idaho, from what I have heard is a totaly differant process. Last time I checked there wasnt a form avail. on line.
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