Dear all, A recent review of Club Puck finances has shown that significant annual pool cost increases coupled with a modest decline in average attendance has
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, Jan 28, 2007
A recent review of Club Puck finances has shown that significant annual
pool cost increases coupled with a modest decline in average attendance
has us losing money on the average night. Also, many of us are anywhere
from a little to a lot delinquent on paying our fees.
The following new
fee structure and policy has been proposed. It will
go into effect on February 1st. You must pay to play because the club
cannot be in the business of loaning money to its players. If you
forget your money on a particular night then borrow it from your
teammates and not the Club. There are 3 payment options:
1) $10.00 per night, cash or check 2) Pre-pay $90 for one Calendar month of unlimited play.
Payment must be made in full by the first hockey day of the month. After that time, no further Pre-pays for that month will be accepted. 3) Pre- pay $100 (or multiples of) and get 11 nights credit. Miles will keep track of this. Coupons will expire at the end of each calendar year (so if you receive them as Christmas presents you don't need to send a thank you note).
Note: Student rates are one half of the above rates. "Student" means any full time student K-12 and 1st 4 years of college.
Note: Rookies are free the first night, club provides mouthguards to rookies.
Note: All players must sign waivers.
Miles has agreed to be responsible for collections for a term. Miles,
with help from others, will collate the existing attendance records and
collect overdue pool fees from us. Rich will take over the club account
and be responsible for paying invoices to the college and the annual
insurance. Kendall will remain the primary point of contact with SJSU
for scheduling and any outstanding issues.
Thanks to Doug for his years of
service as treasurer.
Goze, Miles, Da Grimms, KB and various others who wish to remain nameless in order to keep their tires from being slashed