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  1. Individual or Family Memberships are non-transferable:                                                                                                     
    • Person-to-Person: Members cannot send alternates in their place.
    • Luncheon-to-Luncheon: Members are expected to attend luncheons on the day of the week that they selected when they joined.  If necessary, members may attend a luncheon at another location. However, accommodations are based on availability, so email Megan Calles with your request.                             
  2. Luncheon notices will be emailed advising members of the next luncheon date and presenting author. Members are required to register their attendance and make their lunch selection on the website. We will not be able to accommodate you without a reservation and will not be accepting payments at the door. Luncheon fee is $55.
  3. A Family Membership is defined by 1 primary member plus 1 family member living in the same household. The primary member is responsible for registering both members (plus 1 guest, if applicable) for the luncheon and making the lunch selections on the website.                                             
  4. Guests of members will be allowed to attend meetings only if accompanied by the member. If your guest wants to attend a different luncheon location, contact Megan Calles with your request and we will try to accommodate your guest based on availability. The same guest will be allowed only once per season. Guest Luncheon fee is $55.                                        
  5. As a non-profit, the Literary Society deploys fees to help defray event and administration costs and provide grants to support literacy organizations in the community. Membership fees are considered non-refundable donations. Membership fees and any additional donations are considered charitable donations for tax purposes and may qualify for a tax deduction. Please consult your tax advisor.  Luncheon Fees are non-refundable
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