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					                                      ARTICLE XI
                                     MEMBERSHIPS
        SECTION 1. General. Affiliation with the Club shall be of two types: Voting
members who shall be entitled to vote on election of Directors and on other Club matters
as set forth in the Articles of Incorporation, these By-laws or the laws of the State of
California; and non-voting or associated members who shall not be entitled to vote on any
such matters.
        The classes of voting members shall be:
        (a) Regular group (hereinafter sometimes called the "regular group") consisting of
the following categories:
                (i) Regular members;
                (ii) Senior regular members; and
                (iii) Intermediate regular members.
        (b) Social (hereinafter sometimes called "social group") consisting of the following
categories:
                (i) Social members; and
                (ii) Intermediate social members.
        The classes of non-voting members (which shall not be deemed members within the
meaning of Section 5056 of the California Corporations Code) shall be:
        (a) Non-resident members;
        (b) Junior members:
        (c) Senior Clubhouse members; and
        (d) Other non-voting, non-equity memberships as may be established by the Board
from time to time.
        SECTION 2. Regular Group Memberships.
        (a) Regular members shall be limited to a maximum of four hundred and twenty
five plus any vacancies which may from time to time exist in the senior regular or
intermediate regular categories;
        (b) Senior regular members
        (c) Intermediate regular members shall be limited to a maximum of thirty-five (35).
        Regular group members shall be entitled to enjoy all of the privileges of the Club
and shall be liable (except as otherwise provided in these By-laws) for all applicable dues,
any minimum expenditure requirement, fees, assessments, charges, and other impositions
as established by the Board.
        SECTION 3. Senior Regular Provisions. Effective January 1, 2009, qualifications
for senior regular membership shall be:
        (a) Minimum age of seventy two (72) years;
        (b)Twenty five (25) years or more of regular membership; and
        (c)Termination, in such a manner as the Board may determine, of his or her regular
membership, and forfeiture of fifty percent (50%) of his or her proprietary interest in the
Club at a rate of one percent per month for fifty (50) months. Senior Regular members
shall pay operating dues equal to the dues paid by regular members as established by the
Board less the amount of one percent of proprietary interest, and shall be subject to any
minimum charge, fees and other charges and assessments, as established by the Board.
Single Senior Regular members (widows, widowers) shall pay operating dues at two-thirds
(2/3) of the senior regular member rate and shall be subject to any minimum charge, fees,
other charges and assessments, as established by the Board. Senior Regular members and
Single Senior Regular members who have attained the age of eighty (80) shall pay one-half
(1/2) of the minimum food & beverage expenditure requirement as established by the
Board.

               SECTION 4. Intermediate Regular Provisions. At the date of completion of
an application which has been approved by the Board, a person seeking an intermediate
regular membership shall be:
       (a) A child of a current or former member of the Club; and
       (b) At least twenty-three (23) years of age and less than forty-two (42) years of age.
       Upon obtaining the membership, an intermediate regular member shall pay
one-tenth (1/10th) of the initiation fee then applicable for regular membership. The
intermediate regular member shall pay the balance of such initiation fee amount in equal
annual installments on the member’s birthday, the amount of which shall be determined
by dividing the remaining amount owed by the number of years between the current age of
such intermediate regular member and forty-two (42).
       Intermediate regular members shall be entitled to the enjoyment of all the privileges
of the Club and shall be liable for all applicable dues, any minimum expenditure
requirement, assessment, fees, charges, fines, and other impositions as may be established
by the Board.
       Upon attaining age forty-two (42) and compliance with this Section 4, an
intermediate regular member shall be entitled to become a regular member as soon as a
membership becomes available. Notwithstanding the foregoing, an intermediate regular
member who has not fully paid his or her initiation fee as of the date of adoption of these
By-laws shall pay the balance of such initiation fee amount in equal annual installments on
the member’s birthday, the amount of which shall be determined by dividing the
remaining about owed by the number of years between the current age of such
intermediate regular member at the date of adoption of these By-laws and forty-two (42).
       SECTION 5. Social Group Memberships. Social group memberships shall be
limited to a maximum of two hundred seventy-five (275) which shall be allocated as
follows:
       (a) Social members shall be limited to a maximum of two hundred fifty (250) plus
any vacancies which may from time to time exist in the intermediate social category; and
       (b) Intermediate social members shall be limited to a maximum of twenty-five (25).
       Social group members shall be entitled to the enjoyment of all the privileges of the
Club, except the golf facilities and shall be liable for all applicable dues, any minimum
expenditure requirement, assessment, fees, charges, and other impositions as may be
established by the Board.
        SECTION 6. Intermediate Social. At the date of completion of an application
which has been approved by the Board, a person seeking an intermediate social
membership shall meet all terms and conditions outlined in Section 4 (Intermediate
Regular) above except:
        (a) the initiation fee applicable shall be the social membership fee;
        (b) monthly dues and other charges shall be those established by the Board;
        (c) upon attaining age forty-two (42), and in compliance with this Section 6, an
intermediate social member shall be entitled to become a social member as soon as a
membership becomes available; and
        (d) Intermediate social members shall be entitled to the same privileges of the Club
as social members.
        Notwithstanding the foregoing, an intermediate social member who has not fully
paid his or her initiation fee as of the date of adoption of these By-laws shall pay the
balance of such initiation fee amount in equal annual installments on the member’s
birthday, the amount of which shall be determined by dividing the remaining amount
owed by the number of years between the current age of such intermediate social member
at the date of adoption of these By-laws and forty-two (42).
        SECTION 7. Non-resident Memberships. Non-resident memberships shall be
limited to a maximum of twenty-five (25). A non-resident member may transfer to such
status only from a regular or a social membership. A non-resident member shall be
entitled to the enjoyment of such of the privileges of the Club under the terms and
conditions as shall be established from time to time by the Board.
        A regular or social member who has his or her permanent principal residence (for
tax reporting purposes) not less than three hundred (300) miles from the Club facilities
shall be eligible to become a non-resident member.
        A non-resident member shall:
        (a) Be exempt from any minimum expenditure requirement, unless otherwise
established by the Board; and
        (b) Be liable for dues, assessments, fees, charges, and other impositions as
established by the Board.
        The status of each non-resident member shall be reviewed annually by the Board
which shall determine if the continuation, termination or alteration of such status is in the
best interests of the Club.
        SECTION 8. Junior Memberships. Junior memberships shall be limited to a
maximum of twenty-five (25). A junior member shall be entitled to the enjoyment of all of
the privileges of the Club, but shall be subject to such restrictions as to the use thereof as
may be determined by the Board of Directors.
        A person shall be eligible to become a junior member if he or she is a child of a
member of the Club and is at least twenty-three (23) years of age and less than thirty-one
(31) years of age.
        A junior member shall be liable for monthly dues and other charges as established
by the Board
        A junior membership shall terminate upon the junior member, or if married, his or
her spouse, attaining the age of thirty-one (31).
        SECTION 9. Senior Clubhouse Memberships. Senior Clubhouse memberships
shall be limited to a maximum of forty (40). A Senior Clubhouse member’s enjoyment of
Club facilities shall be limited to the Clubhouse, dining facilities and other social activities
sponsored by the Club.
        A Senior Clubhouse member shall be subject to such rules and regulations, and
liable for such dues, any minimum expenditure requirement, assessments, fees, charges,
and other impositions as established by the Board.
        SECTION 10. Other Non-voting Memberships. The Board shall have the power and
authority, in its discretion, to create other classes of non-voting memberships. Any such
membership shall be of limited scope and without any proprietary rights or interest in the
Club. The privileges, terms, conditions and limitations of such non-voting memberships
shall be such as established by the Board.
        SECTION 11. Assessments. Assessments levied under Article IV, Section 9 may be
levied in different amounts as to different classes of membership. Assessments are charges
for specific projects or needs.

				
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