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Reminder for Premier Club Services (PCS) Subscribers

If you are one of the 85 percent of PCS subscribers who renew in June don't delay! Premier Club Services has merged with CMAA University's Club Training Center into one new and comprehensive club subscription – the Club Resource Center. Renew today to give your board and staff access to: more than 200 staff training courses; a library of club resources previously part of PCS; and all four CMAA survey reports. Watch this short demo to learn more and renew today. Questions? Call Katie Sterling at (703) 299-4263.

Four CMI Credit Courses Expire May 31

In an effort to provide more club-specific content on CMAA University, four courses offered through the Training Center for CMI Credit will expire on May 31, 2015. The four courses are Environmental Safety, HR Spanish Courses, Risk Management Courses B and Spanish Courses for Club Safety. Sign in today to complete these courses and receive CMI credit before they expire. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Education Department.

CEO's Perspective: Positioning for the Future

I recently read a study that found that non-profit boards are largely ineffective. Your Board and I have a shared goal to ensure CMAA is an outlier on this matter. The study further notes that non-profit boards would greatly benefit from a more rigorous process for setting goals and measuring performanceRead more in the CEO's Perspective.

Announcing the Launch of the Club Resource Center

As announced at the 88th World Conference on Club Management and Club Business Expo, and in conjunction with our ongoing efforts to simplify ClubSolutions products, Premier Club Services (PCS) and CMAA University have been merged into one new online subscription – the Club Resource Center. Read more in Outlook.

House Passes Measure to Require Withdrawal of EPA's Waters of the US Rule

On Tuesday, May 12, the House of Representatives passed HR 1732, the Regulatory Integrity Protection Act of 2015. The measure passed 261 to 155. The bill would direct the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the US Army Corps of Engineers to withdraw the Waters of the US rule within 30 days of the bill's enactment. The agencies would be required to develop a new rule that relies on further consultation and input from several organizations, including state and local officials. Read more in the Legislative Report, including the current status of the final regulation.


CMAA is excited to announce that the BMI Wine and Food Experience will once again take place in Portland, OR, in concert with the Oregon Chapter. The program will highlight the wines and wineries of the Pacific Northwest, as well as local agriculture and locally sourced foods.


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