Chartered Clubs must meet certain requirements set by the Community Association Board of Directors, including bylaws, an Executive Board, and membership limited to residents. They have use of community facilities and, in some cases, are responsible for operating and scheduling these facilities. Each chartered club may have Special Interest Groups (SIGs) under the umbrella of the club. Here you'll find links to information that will be helpful for all Chartered Clubs.
Interest Groups are less formal than Chartered Clubs and some of them are affiliated with well-known outside organizations. They include informal social groups of residents who hale from a variety of states and ethnic backgrounds, activity-oriented and educational groups, service, political and spiritual groups.