Point Judith Yacht Club
Lat 41° 25' 42.04" N Long 71° 29' 44.73" W

PJYC Point System

  1. The membership point system was designed and implemented to foster active participation in the club. The system includes two categories of points: permanent points and temporary points which are defined as follows:
    1. Permanent points are awarded according to the following schedule:
      Commodore 3 points
      Vice Commodore 3 points
      Secretary or Treasurer 3 points
      Board Member 1 point
      Chairmen/CO-chair of Committee 2 points

      Note: A resignation, regardless of the time remaining in the term of office, will result in the loss of the points earned for that office. The individual elected or appointed to the vacancy will be awarded the appropriate permanent points. No member will be allowed to gather permanent points by concurrently holding two elected or appointed offices. They will be awarded the greater of permissible points. If two individuals of a membership unit are elected or appointed to a position where permanent points are awarded, their membership unit will receive those permanent points that both individuals are entitled to receive.
    2. Temporary points are based on beneficial work performed by membership units for the good of the club during the twelve month period ending December 31st of the prior year. Temporary points are added to a membership units count for only the year following the period during which they were earned. Except as listed below, one work hour equates to one temporary point.

      Attending a club meeting 1/2 point
      Sponsoring a newly accepted member 1 point
      Annual opening/closing of the club 2 points

      Note: Work hours must be approved by a member of the Board of Trustees or a Committee Chair who will exercise discretionary approval for all work hours claimed.

  2. Operation of the point system.
    Definition of the point count: Each year, a point count for each membership unit is tallied by totaling all permanent and temporary points. The total is used for two purposes:

    1. Membership unit dues. A membership unit that has tallied a minimum often points during the calendar year will pay $300.00 in dues for the following year. A membership unit tallying less than ten points will pay $600.00 in dues fees for the following year.
    2. Establishing slip eligibility. A membership unit must have accumulated at least ten points during a calendar year to be eligible for assignment to a slip.

      Note: Membership units with one adult over the age of sixty five who have been an active club member for five years are excused from the ten point minimum.The Board of Trustees has sole authority to grant waivers for cause and/or to adjust the minimums as circumstances may dictate. It is incumbent upon the individual member to contact the board regarding waivers. It is the function of the Vice Commodore to track and maintain membership point records.

 

PJYC Point System

1 - The membership point system was designed and implemented to foster
active participation in the club. The system includes two categories of points: permanent points and temporary points which are defined as follows:

A. Permanent points are awarded according to the following schedule:
Commodore 3 points
Vice Commodore 3 points
Secretary or Treasurer 3 points
Board Member 1 point
Chairmen/CO-chair of Committee 2 points
Note: A resignation, regardless of the time remaining in the term of office, will result in the loss of the points earned for that office. The individual elected or appointed to the vacancy will be awarded the appropriate permanent points. No member will be allowed to gather permanent points by concurrently holding two elected or appointed offices. They will be awarded the greater of permissible points. If two individuals of a membership unit are elected or appointed to a position where permanent points are awarded, their membership unit will receive those permanent points that both individuals are entitled to receive.

B.
Temporary points are based on beneficial work performed by
membership units for the good of the club during the twelve month period ending December 31st of the prior year. Temporary points are added to a membership units count for only the year following the period during which they were earned. Except as listed below, one work hour equates to one temporary point.
Attending a club meeting 1/2 point
Sponsoring a newly accepted member 1 point
Annual opening/closing of the club 2 points
Note: Work hours must be approved by a member of the Board of Trustees or a Committee Chair who will exercise discretionary approval for all work hours claimed.

2 - Operation of the point system.

Definition of the point count: Each year, a point count for each membership
unit is tallied by totaling all permanent and temporary points. The total isused for two purposes:
1. Membership unit dues. A membership unit that has tallied a minimum often points during the calendar year will pay $300.00 in dues for the following year. A membership unit tallying less than ten points will pay $600.00 in dues fees for the following year.
2. Establishing slip eligibility. A membership unit must have accumulated at least ten points during a calendar year to be eligible for assignment to a slip.
Note: Membership units with one adult over the age of sixty five who have been an active club member for five years are excused from the ten point minimum.The Board of Trustees has sole authority to grant waivers for cause and/or to adjust the minimums as circumstances may dictate. It is incumbent upon the individual member to contact the board regarding waivers. It is the function of the Vice Commodore to track and maintain membership point records.