ADMI N ISTRATIVE ON MAC
he goal of the committee system has remained an important part of MAC since the club opened in 1891. The MAC committee system offers members an opportunity to get involved in the activities and programs offered by the club. Committee members work side-by- side with professional staff and member/ coaches to plan and carry out policies and programs. The leadership, expertise and
Join the Committee System T
What is available?
Athletic Balladeers Basketball Budget and Finance Communications Culture and Style
Diversity Exercise & Conditioning Family Events Golf Gymnastics Handball Holiday Decorating
Membership Merrymacs Outdoor Activities Program Pilates Polar Bears Property Racquetball Ski
Dance/Group Exercise House
Conditioning Family Events Golf Gymnastics Handball Holiday Decorating Membership Property
Outdoor AGet involMelloMacsved Polar Bears Karate
Ethnic Diversity Member Events
Running Volleyball Walking & Hiking Yoga Athletic Decathlon
Budget and Finance Communications Culture and Style Cycling Dance/Group Exercise
Activities Program Strategic Planning
Early Birds Gymnastics
Swimming Handball MelloMacs Member Events Polar Bears Property JOIN A Synchro
Walking & Hiking Yoga Athletic Ethnic Diversity
Ethnic Diversity Property
Family Events Golf Gymnastics Handball Holiday Decorating Pilates Polar Bears
Events Karate MelloMacs Member Events Membership Merrymacs Outdoor Ski
COMMITTEE Racquetball Family Events
Exercise & Conditioning Junior
Squash Triathlon & Running Volleyball
Communications Culture and Style Cycling Dance/Group Exercise Decathlon Exercise & Conditioning
Junior Events Karate
Outdoor Activities Program Strategic Planning
Swimming Synchro Triathlon & Running Volleyball Walking & Hiking Yoga Athletic Balladeers Basketball Budget and Finance Communications Culture and Style Cycling Dance/Group Exercise Decathlon
Diversity Exercise & Conditioning Family Events Golf Gymnastics Handball Holiday Decorating House Junior Events Karate MelloMacs Member Events
For more information,
call the Executive Office at 503-517-2315 or see the January issue of The Winged M.
See the committee interest form at
. New Committees Offer Social Volunteer Opportunities M
AC is looking for energetic members to serve on two newly created activity committees.
This is a great opportunity for members in their 20s and 30s to meet each other. Help create a 20s/30s community for members by planning and promoting social events and activities for this age group.
26 | The Wınged M | JANUARY 2012 Social Activities Committee
Get involved in the social scene at MAC. Plan and promote social events and activities for adult members. Types of activities include: trivia nights, games and cards, mingling events, tastings, culinary events and more.
For more information, contact Abby DenUyl in Member Events at 503-517-7269. WM
Balladeers Basketball Budget and Finance Golf
Squash Strategic in your club… Planning Swimming Synchro Triathlon & Balladeers Basketball
ctivities Program Pilates
Triathlon & Running Volleyball Walking & Hiking Yoga Athletic Balladeers Basketball Budget and Finance Communications Culture and Style Early Birds
Dance/Group Exercise Decathlon Early Birds Ethnic Karate MelloMacs Member Events Strategic Planning Swimming Synchro Cycling
The MAC committee system is made up of nine standing (major) committees, eight event committees and 25 sport com- mittees. MAC’s committee system is open to young, old, new and lifelong members. Adult resident members may apply for any committee except the Junior Activities and Teen MACorps; only junior members may apply for these committees. Courtesy and athletic members may serve on committees but not as chair.
Members must commit the time and energy necessary to be a responsible com- mittee member. Some committees look for members with specific qualifications or prior committee experience. Members do not need a reference to serve on a committee. Standing (major) committees are defined by the club bylaws and report directly to the Board of Trustees. Event committees report to the Member Events Committee, and sport committees report to the Athletic Committee. Committees work in partnership with staff.
camaraderie shared by committees create a unique community spirit.
The Multnomah Athletic Club’s committee system provides the framework for what members experience at the club. Although staff is employed to facilitate club operations and events, it is committee members who are the creators and driving force.
How do I get involved?
• ubmit a ommittee Interest Form (at the information wall or at www. theMAC.com
) to the Executive Office by the deadline (Jan. 15).
• al to committee members about their involvement and responsibilities.
• Attend a committeesponsored event. • ffer to wor on an event planned by a committee.
• Inuire about attending a committee meeting. Sport and event committees often welcome guests.
• Appointments to maor committees gen- erally require prior service on a sport or event committee.
Who do I contact?
For sport committee information, call Athletic Services at 503-517-7525 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
. For event committee information, call Member Services at 503-517-7276 or send an e-mail to email@example.com
. For standing committee information send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
or call the Executive Office at 503-517- 2317. WM
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