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RCSC sets annual member meeting in Sun City

Budget, other information to be presented

Posted 11/29/21

Recreation Centers of Sun City cardholders will have a chance to be part of the process during the annual membership meeting.

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RCSC sets annual member meeting in Sun City

Budget, other information to be presented

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Recreation Centers of Sun City cardholders will have a chance to be part of the process during the annual membership meeting.

The gathering is scheduled 8:30 a.m. Monday, Dec. 13 in the auditorium at Sundial Center, 14801 N. 103rd Ave. Members are encouraged to come to this year’s RCSC membership meeting, according to Joelyn Higgins, RCSC communications and marketing coordinator.

Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the annual meeting will start at 9 a.m. There must be at least 1,250 people in attendance to meet the quorum requirements for the meeting.

There will be a presentation of the 2022 budget.

“This meeting promises to be informative and will allow members an opportunity to be part of the process,” Higgins stated in a press release. “Your attendance and participation at this event will show your commitment to planning for our future.”

Residents must present their RCSC member cards, with photos, in order to register for this meeting. Light refreshments will be available.

Members are also encouraged to take the opportunity to meet with RCSC board directors and management staff and learn more about the community.

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