BALLSTON AREA SENIOR CITIZENS, INC.
ARTICLE 1 - MISSION
The mission of the Ballston Area Senior Citizens, Incorporated, a non-profit, tax-exempt, Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3) organization, is to provide a quality-of-life enrichment opportunity and experience for Ballston Area Seniors members.
Members of the Ballston Area Seniors meet for a pot-luck lunch, weekly, at the Town of Milton Community Center, 310 Northline Road in Ballston Spa, New York, and participate in a wide variety of activities such as enjoyable day trips, festive dinners, hand-on sewing crafts, bingo, dancing, chorus singing, card playing, golfing, bowling, exercising, and other activities.
Ballston Area Senior Citizens, Incorporated provides a forum for members to meet new people, to share experiences and to enjoy interesting conversations. The conversations may include daily life experiences, interesting backgrounds and experiences of others, sports, world news, use of computers, history, medical topics, hobbies, science, languages, shopping, coupon exchanges, best restaurants, and other topics of interest.
The Ballston Area Seniors organization has a speaker/presentation program to further build upon and expand the exchange of the vast amount of interesting experiences and knowledge that seniors display in the seniors program.
Members plan and conduct fund raising events such as bazaars and raffle sales to augment the financial support received from the Town of Ballston, the Town of Milton, and the Village of Ballston Spa.
Ethics - Normally, members volunteer their services in their areas of interest and those of the Corporation, expecting no money or gifts from either the Corporation or its members.
Philosophy - When the Corporation predecessors first organized, Mayor Charles Heniger, the Founder, and the Director, Herman Wagner, introduced a policy to members that there should be no concern with politics or religion at any time. This philosophy is still endorsed and sanctioned by the members.
The sum of the activities described above defines the Ballston Area Senior Citizens, Incorporated, and our mission. We continually encourage our senior friends to join us in our quality-of-life opportunities and experiences.
ARTICLE 2 - OFFICERS & DIRECTORS
The Executive Board is made up of the following elected officers: President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Membership Secretary, and four (4) Directors. The immediate Past President is a non-voting ex-officio member of the Executive Board.
ARTICLE 3 - DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES OF EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS
3.1 The Executive Board is responsible for overseeing the operation of the Corporation.
3.2 The President presides at all general, special, and Executive Board meetings and secures a volunteer chairperson for all Standing and Special Committees.
3.3 The Vice President presides in the absence of the President and assists with other duties as requested by the President.
3.4 The Secretary is the central repository of information for the organization given his/her exposure to the meetings of the group. The Secretary should be knowledgeable in the organization’s Bylaws, leadership and procedures. It is the responsibility of the Secretary to maintain the organization’s records and documentation, which includes preparation of meeting agenda and minutes, memoranda and other correspondence, and to perform such duties as are usually incumbent upon that office.
3.5 The Treasurer receives and disburses all monies of the Corporation and keeps an accurate account of financial transactions. The Treasurer shall submit at the first meeting of the month, or at any time requested by the President, a detailed financial report to be included in the minutes of weekly membership meeting.
3.6 The Membership Secretary collects all dues and assessments, keeps an up-to-date record of membership, and validates each membership card by signature or initials.
3.7 The Directors ensure compliance with the Bylaws and the Standard Operating procedures (SOP).
3.8 The Executive Board: prepares and includes in the Standard Operating Procedures, more specified duties and responsibilities of Executive Board members to distribute the leadership function at the Board level to:
3.8.1 Assists the President in conducting the organization’s on-going business.
3.8.2 Provides for more direct leadership attention to the many functional areas of the organization.
3.8.3 Maximizes the opportunity to apply the many years of experience of the Executive Board members in leading the organization.
3.8.4 Further enables and supports the Standing Committee Chairpersons in their continuous leadership role.
3.9 If an Executive Board position becomes vacant, the actions specified in ARTICLE 8, Elections, are followed.
ARTICLE 4 - MEMBERSHIP
4.1 Charter members of the Corporation are those who were members of the unincorporated association known as Ballston Area Senior Citizens as of September 13, 2000.
4.2 Resident Membership - Any resident of Saratoga County, fifty-five (55) years of age older, is eligible for membership upon payment of dues as assessed by the Executive Board.
4.3 Non-Resident Membership - Prospective new members fifty-five (55) years or older, who do not reside in Saratoga County may join the Ballston Area Senior Citizens organization as a Non-Resident Member. Non-Resident Members will be afforded all benefits provided to Resident Members with the exception of subsidized trips.
4.4 Anyone who has been an active member for one year and keeps membership dues current may remain an active member, regardless of where the member resides
4.5 If an active member has a spouse who is less than fifty-five (55) years of age or presently resides outside the resident area, the spouse will be admitted to membership.
4.6.1 Annual dues must be paid by January 1stof each year to maintain active membership. If not paid by January 31st, member will be considered “INACTIVE” and shall not take part in organizational events until dues are paid. If dues remain unpaid by December 31st, member will be removed from membership rolls.
4.6.2 Amount of dues to be determined by the Executive Board by September 30th of each year. Amount to be listed in the SOP. If no change made, prior year amount will apply
4.6.3 Dues are not pro-rated.
4.6.4 Incapacitated or nursing home residents who are unlikely to return to active membership and who have been active members, may be given Life Member status upon review by the Membership Committee.
4.7 Exceptions to membership requirements must be reviewed and approved by the Membership Committee and brought to the Executive Board for approval.
ARTICLE 5 - MEETINGS -
5.1 Regular meetings are held weekly on Thursdays, except on legal holidays and when Ballston Spa schools are closed due to inclement weather. School closings are announced on local radio and TV stations.
5.2 The Executive Board meets on the fourth (4th) Thursday of each month after the regular meeting. Special meetings may be called by the President.
5.3 The rules contained in Robert’s Rules of Order (latest revised edition) shall be the parliamentary authority on all matters not specifically covered by these Bylaws, and/or as directed by State or Federal Laws.
5.4 All members are welcome to attend any regular, special or Executive Board meetings and are allowed to voice their opinion when recognized. Only elected Officers and Directors will have a vote during Executive Board meetings.
5.5 A closed (attended by Board Members only) special meeting may be convened by the President to address private, personal, or personnel matters.
5.6 Procedures for Regular Luncheon Meetings in SOP
ARTICLE 6 - COMMITTEES
6.1 The President shall secure a Chairperson for each standing committee. The Chairperson is responsible for overall committee activity and shall recruit volunteers to participate on the committee. All members in good standing are encouraged to volunteer to serve on a committee of their choice.
6.2 The President or designated representative is an ex-officio member of each committee.
6.3 The Standing Committees of the Corporation are shown below. A more detailed description of committee activities is included in ARTICLE 6of the SOP.
6.3.2 Audits also see Bylaws 7.6
6.3.4 Buildings and Grounds
6.3.13 Trips – Day Trips.
6.4 Special committees may be formed by the President with the approval of the Executive Board.
ARTICLE 7 - FINANCE
7.1 Fiscal Year - The fiscal year shall run from January 1st to December 31st.
7.2 Budget: The Budget Committee, chaired by the Vice President, and comprised of all Officers, Directors and any member of the Corporation wishing to serve, shall be responsible for preparation of a Budget for the coming year to be presented to the Membership for approval no later than the first meeting in November.
7.3 Corporation receipt/income sources include:
7.3.1 Revenues received each Fiscal Year from:
188.8.131.52 The Town of Ballston
184.108.40.206 The Town of Milton
220.127.116.11 The Village of Ballston Spa
7.3.2 50-50 Raffle
7.3.3 Membership Dues
7.3.5 Trip fees from members
7.3.6 Festive dinners
7.3.7 Kitchen door
7.3.9 Crafts sales
7.3.10 Public fund-raising affairs with the approval of the Executive Board.
7.3.11 Earnings from Corporation bank accounts.
7.4.1 No individual member shall benefit financially from any Corporation funds, except for services rendered or goods provided at fair value pursuant to contract as discussed in ARTICLE 9.2.
7.4.2 Funds received from the Village of Ballston Spa, Town of Ballston, and the Town of
Milton may be spent for crafts, recreation and trips, or as otherwise approved by the Executive Board.
7.4.3 Request for additional funds for approved budgeted line items and miscellaneous purchases must be presented to and approved by the Executive Board and presented to membership for vote.
7.4.4 All bills, with the exception of any budgeted items, with a total cost over two hundred dollars ($200) must be approved by the membership at an official regular membership meeting.
7.5 The Treasurer, in conjunction with a Certified Public Accountant, ensures that the annual Internal Revenue Service Tax Report is prepared and submitted to the Internal Revenue Service by April 15th of each year. Copy to be presented at Executive Board Meeting for their information and approval before submission.
7.6 The Audit Committee is responsible for conducting an annual Financial Audit of the Corporation’s financial activities. The annual Audit Report to be completed by June 30thof each year and presented to the membership during the month of June for their information and comments.
7.7 All contracts must be presented to the Executive Board for their approval. Legal binding contracts may be signed by the President or designated Committee Chairman. This includes
Town Usage Agreement – January
Festive Dinners (Caterers)
Dances (Bands, live entertainment)
CDs and other monetary obligations
Any contract that obligates the Corporation to financial costs.
7.8 Check Signing: The Treasurer, President and Director of Finance authorized to sign checks. All other names to be removed from bank(s) authorization.
7.9 Members may examine financial records of corporation upon request.
ARTICLE 8 - ELECTIONS
8.1 A Nominating Committee of five (5) members shall be recruited by the President no later than the last meeting in October of each year.
8.2 Any member who desires to run for an elective office must inform the Nominating Committee.
8.3 New Members and Elective Office - New members will be permitted to hold an elective office after one (1) year of continuous active membership.
8.4 The Nominating Committee will present a slate of candidates for Officers and Directors to the membership at the second (2) regular meeting in November.
8.5 Nominations from the floor may be made at the first (1st) meeting in December after which nominations will be closed. The person nominated must be present at the time of nomination and agree with the nomination or have provided written agreement to be nominated.
8.6 Elections will be conducted at the second (2nd) meeting in December.
8.7 Officers and Directors will be installed at the first (1st) meeting in January.
8.8 Terms of Officers shall be for two (2) years and limited to two (2) terms.
8.9 Terms of Directors shall be for two (2) years and limited to two (2) terms. Two (2) Directors are elected each year.
8.10 If an office becomes vacant, the Nominating Committee, on request of the President or the presiding officer, shall present a slate of candidates to the membership. Nominations may also be made from the floor. An election must be held so that the office is not vacant more than thirty (30) days.
8.11 In the event the nominating process is unsuccessful in identifying a candidate to fill a vacancy, the incumbent may be elected to serve another term.
8.12 Any deviation from established election requirements must be reviewed and approved by vote of the Executive Board and the membership.
ARTICLE 9 - CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES
9.1 The Corporation is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, religious or scientific purposes, within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (or corresponding section of any future federal tax code).
9.2 No part of the net earnings of the Corporation shall inure to the benefit of, or be distributable to its members, trustee, directors, officers or other private persons, except that the corporation shall be authorized and empowered to pay reasonable compensation for services rendered and to make payments and distributions in furtherance of Section 501(c)(3) purposes. No substantial part of the activities of the Corporation shall be the carrying on of propaganda, or otherwise attempting to influence legislation, and the Corporation shall not participate in, or intervene in (including the publishing or distribution of statements) any political campaign on behalf of or in opposition to any candidate for public office.
9.3 Not withstanding any other provisions of these articles, the Corporation shall not carry on any activities not permitted to be carried on (1) by a corporation exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or, (2) by a corporation, contributions to which are deductible under Section 170(c)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code (or corresponding section of any future federal tax code.)
9.4 No monies from the Corporation are to be donated to any other organization, event or individual. Monies may be collected from individual members for a specific event or cause.
ARTICLE 10 - DISSOLUTION
10.1 Upon dissolution of this Corporation, assets shall be distributed for one or more exempt purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, i.e., charitable, educational, religious or scientific, or corresponding section of any future federal tax code, or shall be distributed to the federal government, or to a state or local government for a public purpose.
10.2 If the Corporation should dissolve, any balance in the General fund, after all liabilities are taken care of, will be distributed to the charities chosen by the membership at the time of dissolution. All equipment owned by the Corporation will be sold and funds distributed by the Executive Board.
ARTICLE 11 - AMENDMENTS
11.1 These Bylaws may be amended by a majority vote of the members attending any regular or special meeting of the membership, so long as each amendment conforms to the requirements of a charitable organization as the same may be defined by Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and that it has been proposed to the membership and laid on the table at a meeting of the membership at last one week prior to its presentation to the membership for adoption.
11.2 To ensure compatibility between the Bylaws and the SOP, when a change to either is made, both documents shall be reviewed and amended as necessary to ensure the two documents remain compatible. Both documents shall be issued with the same Revision Number and date.
BALLSTON AREA SENIOR CITIZENS, INC.
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP)
ARTICLE 1 - MISSION
The Ballston Area Senior Citizens, Incorporated mission statement is included in Article 1 of the Bylaws.
This SOP supplements the Bylaws with more specific implementing procedures, where necessary, to avoid overloading the basic Bylaws with details. It is intended that there be no conflict or redundancy between the Bylaws and this SOP. It is also essential that there be no deviation from Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3) and that there be no impact on the Corporation’s non-profit, tax exempt status.
ARTICLE 2 - OFFICERS & DIRECTORS
The Officer and Director structure is defined in ARTICLE 2 of the Bylaws.
ARTICLE 3 - DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES OF EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS
3.1 A broad statement and description of the duties and responsibilities of Executive Board members are included in ARTICLE 3 of the Bylaws. This SOP provides additional specific details of Officer and Director duties and responsibilities in Table 1. The description of duties and responsibilities in Table 1 are not all inclusive
3.2 The structure in Table 1 is intended to be an example of distribution of the leadership functions at the Executive Board level to assist the President in conducting the organization’s on-going business provide for more direct leadership attention to the many functional areas of the organization, and to maximize the opportunity to apply the many years of experience of the Executive Board members in leading the organization.
3.3 The Executive Board should use the guidelines in Table 1 as the basis to fit duties and responsibilities to best match the skills and abilities of the incumbent Officers and Directors. However, it is essential that the President ensure that every facet of the organization’s functions falls under the oversight of an Officer or Director.
3.4 For the most part, Standing Committees, under the leadership of their respective Chairpersons, are effective and successful as a committee, and need little oversight. The Directors’ role is to further enable and support the Standing Committee Chairpersons in their continuous leadership role.
ARTICLE 4 MEMBERSHIP: requirements relative to membership are contained in ARTICLE 4 of the Bylaws.
4.2 Resident Membership
4.3 Non-Resident Membership
4.4 Moving out of Area
4.6.2 Upon joining, first year, regardless of age $10.00
Age: 55 to 79 $10.00
Age: 80 to 89 $ 5.00
Age: 90 + Life Member - No Charge $ 0.00
4.6.3 Dues are not pro-rated
ARTICLE 5 - MEETINGS
The type, frequency and protocol of meetings are covered in ARTICLE 5, Sections 5.1 through 5.5 of the Bylaws.
5.6 Procedures for Regular Luncheon Meetings
5.6.1 Program Coordinator. In conjunction with the President, the Program Coordinator plans and schedules guest speakers, entertainment, or other informative presentations for the membership the first Thursday of each month. Additional programs may be presented at any meeting. No program shall be arranged by any member unless cleared with the Program Coordinator and President.
5.6.2 Seating: Open seating policy at regular membership meetings apply.
18.104.22.168 Upon arriving, member may select any available seat.
22.214.171.124 Member may select additional seats and “save” them for use by other members.
126.96.36.199 No reserved seats will be carried over to any future meeting
5.6.3 Pot Luck Luncheons
188.8.131.52 If no shared dish is brought to a meeting, a three dollar ($3.00) per person fee must be paid at the door.
184.108.40.206 A guest of a member in good standing, or visitor, will be invited to lunch without paying for one (1) week to decide if they want to join.
220.127.116.11 After introductory week, guest must pay five dollars ($5.00) at the door or become a member.
ARTICLE 6 - COMMITTEES
6.3 A list of required Standing Committees is contained in ARTICLE 6 of the Bylaws. More detailed Standard Operating Procedures for the committees are included below.
6.3.1 ACTIVITIES - The Activities Committee plans and manages social and fun events for the membership and on request will search out sources for classes such as painting, exercising, etc. as requested by the membership. Specific committees include:
18.104.22.168 Bazaar - The Bazaar Committee makes all plans for the annual bazaar, including scheduling, staffing, set-up, procurement of supplies, advertising, running the bazaar, working at tables, sale of items, kitchen support, vendor arrangements, take-down and cleanup, and submitting a final financial report
22.214.171.124 Bingo- The Bingo Committee plans and conducts bingo after regular Thursday meetings and at other times mutually agreed upon with members.
126.96.36.199 Dance - The Dance Committee arranges social dances, hires a band, advertises, and does whatever the committee feels will add to the enjoyment of the membership and community.
188.8.131.52 Festive Dinners - The Festive Dinners Committee plans and arranges for all special dinners such as St. Patrick’s Day, picnics, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Recognition Days.
184.108.40.206 Greeters- Members of the Greeters Committee take turns as greeters to meet people as they come to the regular Thursday meetings, or other functions. The Greeters assist in finding lunch seats for the members or visitors who need seating assistance, and where appropriate, help the new persons feel comfortable by explaining our practices and policies.
220.127.116.11 Visitation - The Visitation Committee plans and schedules periodic visits to nursing home members and shut-ins who are no longer able to attend meetings. Periodic reports are given to the membership.
6.3.2 AUDITS - The Audit Committee ensures that a yearly audit of the organization’s financial records is performed and that results are reported to the membership.
6.3.3 BUDGET- The Budget Committee is described and the Ballston Area Senior Citizens, Inc. budget preparation requirements are specified in ARTICLE 7 of the Bylaws.
6.3.4 BUILDINGS & GROUNDS - The Buildings and Grounds Committee must be generally aware of needed repairs to the building and grounds, and reports deficiencies to the Town of Milton to complete needed repairs. The Committee also assists the Town in planning future expansion of the building. When asked, members assist in opening and closing of the building and setting up the room for special senior events. The Committee is also responsible for maintaining information about events on the marque current.
6.3.5 BYLAWS / SOP - The Bylaws/SOP Committee reviews and processes changes to the Bylaws/SOP as requested by the Executive Board who monitors organization performance to ensure that all provisions of the Bylaws and the SOP are met. As the organization changes in even small ways, it is necessary to upgrade the Bylaws and SOP to reflect the changes. The committee is responsible for the wording contained in the Bylaws/SOP.
6.3.6 CHORUS- The Chorus Committee meets as scheduled by the Chairperson, plans and schedules Chorus activities, selects their Chorus music, holds rehearsals, and performs for the membership and at community venues
6.3.7 CRAFTS - The Crafts Committee meets weekly in the Crafts Room, producing products for sale at BASC events.
6.3.8 KITCHEN- The Kitchen Committee makes coffee and provides hot water for tea for each lunch meeting. The Committee provides products for table set-up, (ex: plates, cups, napkins, silverware, ice-water and waste bags) Individual members set up their own place setting to save on waste of paper products. . On a rotating basis, assigned tables collect and dispose of waste, washes silverware, cleans kitchen facilities. Clears and cleans tables, returning kitchen and table supplies to their proper storage.
18.104.22.168 The Kitchen Chairperson solicits member volunteers to assist in the weekly pre- meeting and after-meeting kitchen tasks. The Kitchen Chairperson also coordinates support from outside volunteers who assist in kitchen duties.
22.214.171.124 The Kitchen Chairperson is responsible for ensuring that adequate supplies of paper goods and other items needed for the kitchen are available.
126.96.36.199 The Kitchen Chairperson is responsible for staffing of fee collection at the door.
188.8.131.52 The Membership Secretary is the Chairperson of the Membership Committee. Duties and responsibilities of the Membership Secretary are included in ARTICLE 3 of the Bylaws and in Table 1 of this SOP. The Committee reviews and makes recommendations to the Executive Board regarding any request to join the organization or retain membership if requesting parties do not meet the criteria specified in the Bylaws and SOP.
184.108.40.206 BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES - Birthdays and anniversaries are observed at the second (2nd) meeting of each month. Ice cream may be served. Birthday cards are mailed to members a week before their birthday.
220.127.116.11 LIFE MEMBER - Where merited, the Committee may recommend designation of a member to Life Member status in accordance with ARTICLE 4 of the Bylaws.
18.104.22.168 SICK BENEFIT - Get well cards will be sent to active members.
22.214.171.124 DEATH MEMORIAL - A twenty-five ($25.00) memorial donation is made to the charity or organization selected by the family of the deceased member. The name of the deceased will be added to the memorial plaque
126.96.36.199 Published 6 times per year. Bi-Monthly.
188.8.131.52 Gathers articles from Officers, Committee Chairman, etc. to promote organization ` events and activities to members and community.
184.108.40.206 Mails copies to members who request it to be mailed.
6.3.11 NOMINATIONS - The description, duties and responsibilities of the Nomination Committee are detailed in ARTICLE 8 of the Bylaws.
The Publicity Committee relies on all other Officers, Directors, Chairpersons and Coordinators for precise input about up-coming event information. The Publicity Committee coordinates with local media outlets to place appropriate senior event information in local newspapers. The Committee may also be called upon to help with advertising, flyer preparation and signs for senior events.
220.127.116.11 The Trip Committee solicits ideas for trips from the general membership during the month of September.
18.104.22.168 The Trip Committee will plan and regulate all day trips as to concerns, cost, and destination. Minimum of 80 people needed to add a second bus.
22.214.171.124 To be eligible for the day trip list, an active, up-to-date member must sign up and pay for the trip in person for themselves and may also sign up for one (1) seat partner who must also be an active member.
126.96.36.199 An active member can bring an aide if required and approved by the Executive Board and must pay guest prices if not member.
188.8.131.52 Trips will be announced by Trip Hostess to the membership at a regular Thursday meeting five (5) weeks in advance. The Trip Hostess will schedule a minimum of two (2) weeks for sign up.
184.108.40.206.1 The first week of sign up is for resident members.
220.127.116.11.2 The second week of sign up is for resident AND non-resident members.
18.104.22.168.3 After all resident and non-resident members have signed up, guests may sign up.
22.214.171.124.4 Upon discretion of Trip Hostess, sign-up may stay open until head count is turned in to bus company.
126.96.36.199 To be eligible for a trip, a member must have joined the Corporation at least thirty days (30) prior to the date of the trip.
188.8.131.52 Members may drive to trip destinations. Trip cost will not be affected.
184.108.40.206 Trip Signup Process - The trip signup process includes sign up, seat selection and payment. On signup day, starting at 9:00 am, the signup process will be as follow At the Signup Station, travelers will sign up for the trip for themselves and, if applicable, seat partner. Members will be called in order to sign up
220.127.116.11 Trips must be paid with personal check, money order or cashier’s check made out to Ballston Area Seniors. In the event a check is returned for insufficient funds or any other reason, any fees incurred must be paid by the check writer.
18.104.22.168 When a trip is filled, a waiting list will be established. Members will be called in order of sign-up. If all names on waiting list have been exhausted, other members may be called. No cost of any cancellation will be borne by the Corporation.
22.214.171.124 No overnight trips will be subsidized by the Corporation.
6.3.14 QUILTING - The Quilting Committee designs and produce quilts for sale at events such as the Bazaar, members or craft sales.
ARTICLE 7 - FINANCES
The requirements relative to Corporation finances are contained in ARTICLE 7 of the Bylaws.
ARTICLE 8 - ELECTIONS
The description, duties and responsibilities for elections are detailed in ARTICLE 8 of the Bylaws.
ARTICLE 9 - CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES
The requirements related to charitable activities are contained in ARTICLE 9 of the Bylaws.
ARTICLE 10 - DISSOLUTION
The requirements relative to dissolution are contained in ARTICLE 10 of the Bylaws.
ARTICLE 11 - AMENDMENTS
The requirements applicable to revising or amending either the Bylaws or the SOP are specified in ARTICLE 11 of the Bylaws. This requirement is intended to ensure that no conflicts between the Bylaws and SOP are i
NOTE: Our numerous activities share use of our facility not only among ourselves, but also with renters of the facilities. It is the responsibility of the Committee Chairperson or designated leader of the function to ensure that the facility is clean, restored, and secured after use.
Examples include cleanup, restoration, and security for the kitchen pantry door, coffee cabinet, electronics closet, office door, craft room door, game room door, and the outside entrance door to the game room.
The Town of Milton is responsible for opening and locking all other doors.