[Ansteorra] Pay-2-play, Pay-2-fight, Pay-2-whatever...
dontivar at gmail.com
Wed Jan 9 14:13:21 PST 2008
At 01:22 PM 1/9/2008, you wrote:
>What tiers exist currently?
According to Corpora...
The Board of Directors has designated the following categories of
advisory membership. Such advisory
members are not members within the meaning of Section 5056 of the
California Corporations Code.
California law supports the SCA's use of the terms "member" and
"membership" in the common English
meaning, referring to persons who have paid to be associated with the
1. Sustaining Membership conveys eligibility to hold office in the
SCA, a subscription to a
Kingdom newsletter, the option to subscribe to other Corporate
publications, and any other privileges
designated by the SCA or its subdivisions as accruing to members of
the SCA. This type of membership is
considered a subscribing membership.
2. International Membership conveys the privileges of Section I.B.1.
This membership type is
available only in locations outside the United States which are part
of the SCA, Inc., and not subject to an
affiliate corporation. This type of membership is considered a
3. Associate Membership conveys eligibility to hold office in the
SCA, except where other
membership categories are required Governing Documents. Associate
membership also entitles the holder to
any privileges designated by the SCA or its subdivisions as accruing
to members of the SCA, except where
another membership type is specifically required by the organization
defining the privilege. This type of
membership is not considered a subscribing membership.
4. Family Membership extends the privileges of Section I.B.1 to the
immediate family of a
member defined in paragraphs B.1-B.2 of this Article, who live at the
same physical address as the member.
This type of membership is not considered a subscribing membership.
5. Institutional Membership allows a library or school to subscribe
to Tournaments Illuminated
and Compleat Anachronist without acquiring the regional newsletter,
and without any of the other privileges
of membership. The Board reserves the right to determine whether or
not a given organization qualifies for
this membership type.
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