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Pittsburgh Power Squadron
A Unit of District 7
United States Power Squadrons®
Sail and Power Boating
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Joining Pittsburgh Power Squadron and USPS brings you many benefits. Have a look at our member benefits page. You will find information on special benefits you receive as a member of USPS. Fraternal, education, civic service--we have it all. Our many benefits are a plus! An overview of all our benefits with links to description pages are at:
* USPS Member Benefits
The requirements to join are simple:
* Fill out the membership application.
* Write a check or pay by cash your membership fee
2010 Dues        Individual Member--$90.80 first year, $65.80 thereafter
or all members of a family--$123.70 first year, $98.70 thereafter
* You're a member of Pittsburgh Power Squadron - WELCOME!
Types of membership:
Active Member - provides full membership privileges and responsibilities, which include voting, holding elective or appointed office, serving on and/or chairing a committee, earning a merit mark, attending and participating in meetings and social activities, taking educational courses at discounted member rates, paying dues, receiving a copy of the National magazine - The Ensign(r), receiving a copy of the quarterly Squadron newsletter - On the Rivers and flying the USPS(r) Ensign and PPS burgee.
Additional Active Member - one who resides in the same household and is in the same squadron of an active member. This member pays 1/2 the National dues of the active member. This member enjoys all the rights and privileges of an active member.
Family Member - available to members of the family of an active member. This includes the spouse of an active member and all persons related by blood, legal adoption or marriage, who reside with or are dependents of an active member. Family members may attend and participate at all General Meetings of the squadron, but may not vote nor hold elective or appointed office. Family members can take educational courses and attend social functions, but they cannot fly the USPS Ensign or PPS burgee and they cannot earn merit marks. Dues for this member are less than those paid by the Additional Active Member.
Junior Family Member - a dependent of an active member who resides in the same household and is less than 18 years of age. A junior family member is accorded all the privileges and responsibilities of family membership.
Note: A husband and wife may both elect to hold an active membership. There must be at least one active member per household.
For membership contact: Contact Cdr. John Esposito at email@example.com
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