The Clinton Lake Sailing Association welcomes sailors of all skill levels who wish to engage in recreational or competitive sailing. We try to keep our membership dues low so that sailing will remain affordable for all who are interested.
Becoming a CLSA Member has never been easier! We have four different membership options to choose from, please read the description carefully. Membership is not prorated and is paid by the calendar year.
Student: $35 Any person between the ages of 12 and 24 and a registered student in a recognized elementary, secondary, or post-secondary school shall qualify as a student member of CLSA. A student member may enjoy all the privileges of CLSA, except that of holding office.
Individual: $70 Any person 18 years of age or older may enjoy all the privileges of CLSA and may cast one vote and hold office.
Family: $95 Any two individuals living together in the same household and 18 years of age or older and their dependents. Family members of CLSA may enjoy all the privileges of CLSA, except that only two adult members may cast votes or hold office.
Group: Group membership is available to nonprofit organizations at the discretion the Board of Directors and cost is not less than 150% of a family membership. If you are interested, please email email@example.com
There are two, easy ways to complete the membership process:
- Online: Fill out the "CLSA Online Membership Form" directly below, choose the appropriate membership level, and click "Pay Now." You will be redirected to PayPal where you can pay with any major credit card. There is a $3 fee for processing.
- Pay by Mail: Print the form at the bottom of this page. Please include a check for the the appropriate membership level made out to "CLSA" and mail to the address on the form.
To join CLSA online, fill out the Google form AND click the link to PayPal to complete the the membership process.
To join CLSA by mail, please print the form below:
Register now for 2019!
If you have difficulties or need help, please feel free to contact our 2019 Commodore, Craig Rost, at firstname.lastname@example.org