LAKE AREA CLUB POLICIES
LAKE AREA CLUB POLICIES
Parents are responsible for their children. The counter tender is not a babysitter. Please put toys and games away.
We do not accept credit cards.
No checks except to pay for dues, buy literature or to make donations. No Exceptions!!!
Don't walk on the furniture or sit on the counter. Do not put feet on the furniture. Please throw out trash and clean up after yourself.
Each meeting will read announcements for Lake Area Club Events.
Large hall rental is $50 for members and $125 for non-members.
Motorcycle parking is restricted to the motorcycle pad on the west end of the front lot.
No overnight parking.
No shoes, no shirt, no service.
No pets except service animals.
Secretaries are not to disclose the combination to the key box to anyone else.
Alateen meetings must have an adult sponsor present.
Call 911 in the event of a fight or disorderly behavior. No criminal behavior will be tolerated.
No panhandling. We do not allow the solicitation of personal loans.
Monthly: $10 Single/$15 Family
Annual: $90 Single/$125 Family/$75 Senior
Club closing hours are:
Saturdays and Sundays 11pm
Except for special events.
Lake Area Club Harassment Policy
The most healing and satisfying environment is accomplished in a spirit of mutual trust and respect. Harassment is a form of discrimination that is offensive, impairs morale, undermines the integrity of relationships, and causes serious harm to the efficiency. Effectiveness, and stability of Lake Area Club.
All members have a right to be in an environment free from discrimination and harassing conduct, including sexual harassment. Harassment on the basis of an person’s race, color, creed, ancestry, national origin, age (40 and over), disability, sex arrest or conviction record, marital status, sexual orientation, or membership in the military reserve or use or nonuse of lawful products away from the Lake Area Club is expressly prohibited under this policy. Harassment on any of these bases is also illegal under Section 111.31-111.39, Wisconsin Statutes.
This policy applies to all persons using the Lake Area Club.
In general, harassment means persistent and unwelcome conduct or actions on any of the bases underlined above. Sexual harassment is one type of harassment and includes unwelcome sexual advances, unwelcome physical contact of a sexual nature, or unwelcome verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.
Unwelcome verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature includes, but is not limited to:
The repeated making of unsolicited, inappropriate gestures or comments.
The display of offensive sexual graphic materials.
Submission to harassing conduct is made, either explicitly or implicitly.
Submission to or rejection of such conduct is used as the basis for acceptance in the Lake Area Club affecting an individual.
The conduct interferes with a person’s recovery or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive environment.
Harassment on any basis (race, sex, age, disability, etc.) exists whenever:
Harassment may be subtle, manipulative and is not always evident. It does not refer to occasional compliments of a socially acceptable nature. It refers to behavior that is not welcome and is personally offensive. All forms of gender harassment are covered. Men can be sexually harassed; men can harass men; women can harass other women. Offenders can be anyone, including vendors.
Verbal: Jokes, insults and innuendoes (based on race, sex, age, disability, etc.), degrading sexual remarks, referring to someone as a stud, hunk or babe; whistling; cat calls; comments on a person’s body or sex life, or pressures for sexual favors.
Non-Verbal: Gestures, staring, touching, patting, blocking a person’s movement, standing too close, brushing against a person’s body, or display of sexual suggestive or degrading pictures, racist or other derogatory cartoons or drawings.
Any person who believes he or she is being harassed or who becomes aware of harassment should promptly notify a Board of Directors member.
Upon notification of a harassment complaint, a confidential and impartial investigation will be properly commenced and will include direct interviews with involved parties and, where necessary, with witnesses who may have knowledge of matters relating to the complaint. The parties of the complaint will be notified of the findings and their options.
This policy also expressly prohibits retaliation of any kind against any person bringing a complaint or assisting in the investigation of a complaint.
The Lake Area Club views harassment and retaliation to be among the most serious breaches of behavior. Consequently, appropriate disciplinary or correction action, ranging from a warning to expulsion, can be expected