Go Directly to the Roster, Password Required

Roster Instructions.

The roster is password protected for the privacy of your email address and other personal information. When you click on the roster link, you will need to enter the “clubs” user name and password. The user name and password is case sensitive and all letters should be entered as lower case. Request the clubs username and password  by sending an email with your name, address, email address and CAM number to: Email.

Here are some neat things about the roster that you may not have discovered:

You can update most of your personal information yourself. Yes you can, even if you don’t know much about computers. Just click on the edit link that is on the same row as your name. It is up to each club member to keep their email address up to date. If you have not been getting emails, check your email address in the roster. Please check your personal information for accuracy and edit if necessary.

If your name drops off of the roster, there are three possible reasons:

  1. You haven’t paid your club dues. You must be a member in good standing to participate in Club activities and events.
  2. You are a renter and your lease has expired. If you have renewed your lease, send a copy of your new CAM card to the Membership Chair and you will be added back to the roster.
  3. Some error has occurred.  Contact the Membership Chair to get the error corrected.

Note that the first five columns of the roster can be sorted just by clicking on the column heading. So, if you know something about a person but can’t remember their last name for instance, it is easier to find them by sorting one of the columns. There is also a link to a search function where you can find someone by entering all or part of the first name, last name, spouse’s name, or email address. Notice that there are links at the top to enable you to hide or show certain columns. That can be really handy for printing the roster to make it fit on the width of a page or to make it fit your screen resolution.