Key Cities Conservation Club
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KCCC Membership Info
Any person 18 years of age and over expressing an interest in the purposes of this Club and a willingness to abide by the articles of incorporation, bylaws, standard operating procedures and rules may become an active member by meeting with a membership committee member or a designee of the membership committee and paying the appropriate dues and membership fees of the Club.
Memberships (new and renewals) are available one hour (6:00 PM to 7:00 PM) just prior to the regular club membership meetings which are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month (see club calendar for locations, as it changes depending on the time of year).
This meeting starts at 7:00 PM, and all renewals and new memberships must be completed prior to this time, so come early. New memberships must be purchased in person (including spouses). Renewal payments can also be done on-line, but the membership card (which must be displayed on your person anytime while on club property) still must be signed and picked up at the times stated above, and within two months of of the expiration date to complete the actual renewal process. After that, the key card will be deactivated. Payment is only the first step of the membership renewal process. Signing the membership card acknowledges acceptance of our waiver and range rules. Without this signature, we cannot allow anyone on the property. This applies to regular members only, and NOT life members, as they are not technically renewing their membership, they are only renewing their key card.
Membership Types (See By Laws):
All memberships are family memberships and are for the husband/wife, their children under the age of 18, their grandchildren under the age of 18 and any children under the age of 18 that the adult members have legal custody over.
If both the primary member and their spouse plan to be on the club property, both must sign their own paperwork (no proxy signing for new memberships) and both the primary member AND the spouse must come prior to one of the regular club membership meetings to purchase their memberships and sign the membership card. So to be clear, all potential members have to submit their own signed paperwork IN PERSON and only then will a membership card be issued to them. This membership card must be worn on your person in plain sight (not under your jacket, attached to your range bag, hanging on your rear view mirror, etc.), whenever a member is on the club property.
Renewals can be paid for on line on this website by logging in (see instructions above), or in person prior to a monthly regular membership meeting (see calendar on this website for dates). Note: Even if paying on line, members must come prior to a meeting (as stated above) to pick up and sign their new cards.