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rogallo

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2018 Fees
« on: February 05, 2018, 16:44:20 PM »
Hi Everyone,
        time to pay the club fees again. So I will need 80 Euro (up 5 euro form last year) from everyone to cover the MACI (See below regarding increase) and the club affiliation fee. All fees to be paid on or before March 17th please.

Please note you have had to attend at least one meeting last year to renew your membership this year.

"New 2018 Fees Structure Published

The new fees can be found in the forms section, the principal change is in the Senior Fees which have risen from €70 to €75.

This amount should keep us on target for a small profit in 2018, to clear a small loss in 2017."

You can pay by Cheque or cash at Mount Leinster next month or if you require an BIC and IBAN for a SEPA transfer please contact me by pm.

Many thanks

Ralph
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Re: 2018 Fees
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2018, 18:49:11 PM »
Ralph,
What is the cost this year for just membership of ISR? please. (Without MACI insurance.)

Keith
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Re: 2018 Fees
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2018, 07:30:46 AM »
Hi Keith,

 just a fiver for you.

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« Reply #3 on: February 07, 2018, 06:20:12 AM »
 :) Thanks Ralph
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Re: 2018 Fees
« Reply #4 on: February 13, 2018, 12:58:15 PM »
FYI

from MACI Sec, Chris Clarke

MACI Council requires all clubs to comply with GDPR.  The council directs all club secretaries attention to the GDPR link on the MACI website where detailed information is available. We make the following points at this stage. Clubs are data controllers as they collect data e.g. names and addresses from members. It must be shown that all collected data is consented knowingly and freely and that members are aware they can have their data deleted if they so wish.  Junior members (under 18 in our case) must have their ages verified on the application form i.e. date of birth, and have a guardian sign their consent for such information to be gathered. There must be a positive action (a signature) on members behalf when agreeing to these conditions. To comply with this, all membership application forms must have a statement to these effects included which can be signed by the applicant. Unless this is included MACI will not be able to accept or process membership applications. We ask that all clubs amend their application forms accordingly. This is the only step clubs are being advised to carry out at the moment. There will be further changes as the compliance pathway becomes clearer. We will endeavour to keep the process as simple as possible. We are currently developing policies on data processing.

Regards

Chris


Because of this we will be asking all members to fill out an application form, at the March meeting this year.

Regards

Ralph
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