Both motions were passed unanimously.
Thanks to the Members who showed up!
Motion 1:
Whereas the bylaws concerning membership do reflect the current practice at CFGPA, the bylaws be amended to be comprised of the following membership categories:
a.  Regular membership as per the current wording
b.  Family  membership to include primary member, spouse and unlimited number of children under 19 years of age.
c.  Junior membership for anybody under 19 years of age not covered by a family membership.
d.  Senior membership for anybody 65 or older.
e.  Senior couple, as per (d) above plus spouse.
f.  Honorary as per the current wording.
g. Life membership as per current wording with an amendment to include an honorary member’s spouse.  This membership can only be conferred on an individual, and cannot be purchased.
Actual technical changes as follows:
All initial references to “member” in paragraph 2.02 and in all of it’s sub paragraphs will be changed to “membership” .
Paragraph 2.02(b) deleted and replaced with “Family membership will consist of both spouses as well as all children under the age of 19.  Both spouses but not children will be entitled to receive notice of, attend and vote at any general meeting of the Society;
Paragraph 2.02(c) will be changed to include the following addition “Honorary Membership will consist of any persons and their spouses……..
The following will be added:
2.02(f) Senior membership which is identical to privileges of a regular member articulated in 2.02(a) but will be offered at a reduced fee to persons 65 years of age and older;
2.02(g) Senior couple membership which is as 2.02(f) but includes the spouse of the senior who will also beentitled to receive notice of, attend and vote at any general meeting of the Society.
Motion 2:
Whereas the original clubhouse design approved a number of years ago is no longer necessary to meet the requirements of CFGPA, and this design would cost approximately $1.2 million to complete, it is moved that CFGPA proceed with renovations in accordance to a plan that would see the work completed within the current clubhouse footprint (attached).  Previous authorization for a mortgage up to $500k would remain in place with the total cost of renovations not to exceed $650k.