CODE OF ETHICS
SAN DIEGO LABRADOR RETRIEVER CLUB,
If you have any questions regarding membership in the San Diego
Labrador Retriever Club, Inc. (SDLRC), please contact Jill Coller, Membership Chair,
Please read our club's Code of Ethics before completing and submitting your application.
CLICK HERE to download Membership Application and Membership Questionnaire in .docx format Word). Do not edit the original online document. Download it and fill it out before mailing it to the membership chair.
REGULAR MEMBERSHIPS: In order to become a Regular member,
an individual must attend two general membership meetings during the
prior twelve months prior to submitting application, and submit a letter
of recommendation with their application from two Regular members that
are not of the same household.
"Regular" Membership is offered to one (1) individual 18 years
or older and that individual is entitled to one vote (see above for qualifications*). Regular
members may hold office, list show winners and litters in the newsletter,
attend meetings and events, compete for annual and achievement awards
and subscribe to the newsletter.
HONORARY MEMBERSHIPS: Those persons who are given an "Honorary" Membership because of contributions of great value
to the club. An Honorary membership will carry all club privileges
except the right to vote and hold an office or compete for club annual
trophy awards. Honorary members will be granted full privileges
IF they determine to pay dues.
LIFETIME MEMBERSHIPS: Are no longer offered, but
current "Lifetime" members hold the same rights and privileges
of Regular members. Lifetime members may hold office, list show
winners and litters in the newsletter, attend meetings and events, compete
for annual and achievement awards and subscribe to the newsletter.
Board/General meetings are usually the second Tuesday of every month.
Place: Contact Barbara Lewis for location
Time: 7:00 p.m.