What does it REALLY takes to run for the Board?

Informational Meetings Scheduled for June 16

Have you ever thought of running for the RCSC Board of Directors, but something just stopped you? Maybe the fear of the unknown, of serving for three years and not really knowing what you were getting yourself into? Maybe it was the 100 signatures that you have to get before you get certified as a candidate? Or maybe you had several questions you wanted answered, but didn’t know where to turn? This could very well be your year.

And if you’ve ever thought, even in passing, of running for the Board of Directors, you can get all of your questions answered, and find out firsthand from current and past Board Members what it’s like. You’ll find out how much time is really involved; you’ll learn what you really have to do, what the Board of Directors does (and doesn’t do) and many more questions.

The RCSC Elections Committee will be holding Candidate Information Meetings on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 with sessions at both 9am and 2pm in the Lakeview Center Social Hall #1, and you are cordially invited to attend. NOTE: Due to current physical distancing requirements you will need to register to attend by calling the Board Office at 623-561-4620, letting us know if you would prefer morning or afternoon. Face masks and hand sanitation upon entry will be required.

You’ll hear what it’s like to actually run for the Board. You’ll find out what’s expected of you before you become a candidate. And you’ll get the opportunity to speak to current and former Board members on their experiences on the Board.

Some quick things you need to know right off the bat. In order to qualify to run for the Board of Directors, you need to be at least 55 years of age; be a Member in good standing; must not be related by marriage or birth to any other Board of Director, Board candidate, or Management; you must reside in Sun City, Arizona and be available at least ten (10) months of the year; you must be able to meet the requirement to hold an Arizona liquor license; you must be eligible and available to serve a three (3) year term; and you must attend a Board Candidate Orientation. Whew! Sounds like a lot, but you probably qualify already!

Find out all of the pertinent information and get all of your questions answered by attending one of these Candidate Information Meeting sessions on Tuesday, June 16 at Lakeview Center.

Why not mark your calendar right now? We’re looking forward to seeing you there!