WHAT IS A RESIDENT CLUB?
A Resident Club is a program such as, but not limited to, Book Club, Cooking Club and/or Crafting Club, which are run completely by residents within the Parkland Preserve community. These clubs are restricted to Parkland Preserve Residents ONLY and may take place as often as availability allows.
PURPOSE: The purpose of Clubs in Parkland Preserve is to help residents pursue common interests such as hobbies or recreational activities or through social, cultural, or service-oriented endeavors, that expand resident experiences and build community spirit.
ARE THESE DISTRICT CLUBS?
No. Resident Clubs are not sponsored, organized, or controlled by the District or Amenity Center Staff in any way. However, staff will be there to assist with your application, reservation and will schedule your club on the District calendar.
HOW DO I START A CLUB?
As a Club Leader, you may:
- Create a concept for the Club
- Decide on a location for the Club to meet
- Social Room / Outdoor Patio / Pickleball Courts / Boche Ball / Library / Gym
- Decide how often you will
- Complete an application and submit it to Amenity Manager for
- Once approved, start inviting your club members to join!
WHAT RULES APPLY TO CLUBS? (Here are a few things to consider in addition to the official policies)
- All members of Resident Clubs must be Parkland Preserve residents. No
- Each Club member must be registered with the Amenity Center and be a resident in good
- Clubs need to appoint a Leader and a Co-Leader. A Co-Leader is a resident designated to take the Leader’s place if unable to attend a meeting. The Leader or Co-Leader must attend each
- Club members must abide by the rules set forth by the Parkland Preserve CDD
- Leaders/Co-leaders are responsible for making sure the space is clean once the club meeting has
- All clubs must complete and return the attendance sheet to the Amenity Center Staff after each meeting.