The GSSC bylaws require that each membership perform four hours of maintenance activity each year. We hold work parties in the Spring and Fall to help members satisfy this requirement. We announce these parties in the club newsletter and on this web site, and we hold them no matter what the weather is. You don't need to notify anyone you are coming, just show up. It's helpful to bring gardening tools and painting supplies.
Because of safety and liability, no children under 14 are allowed on the premises during work parties.
The two pre-season work parties in 2013 are scheduled on:
The times for both days are 9AM to 3PM. These work parties will be held rain or shine, so be prepared to work regardless of weather conditions.The two pre-season work parties will be on
Saturday, April 20th
Sunday, May 5th.
These work parties give you an opportunity to fulfill your family’s required four (4) hours of maintenance work, and provide the much needed work force to get the pool ready for opening day. Other maintenance opportunities are available throughout the summer season, but will be on a case-by-case basis and must be arranged with VP Chris Reed. There is also an end-of-season work party in September, so members unable to work any other time will still have an additional chance to fulfill their maintenance obligation.
PLEASE NOTE: A $75 fee is assessed to memberships that don't fulfill this yearly requirement. Payment is due by September 30. You can elect to pay now if you know you won’t be doing any maintenance work anytime this year.
For more information on the work parties or any other facility-related questions/concerns, please contact VP Chris Reed at email@example.com
Members may contact the club vice president to inquire about maintenance opportunities outside these work parties.
Also-the club keeps a database of those members that can provide specialized help for the maintenance of the pool, buildings and grounds. Our goal to keep business within the membership whenever possible. We want to add the following skilled professional services to our database: Electricians, plumbers, ceramic tile specialists, carpenters, landscapers and small-motor mechanics. If we can add you to our list, please contact the club vice president.