On behalf of the SSCA Board, we want to thank you for your continued support especially in these challenging times.
With our fiscal year starting Jan 1, 2021, your 2021 SSCA Membership Dues are now due.
Along with your dues payment, please consider making contributions to the Community Centre Fund (to support SSCA’s infrastructure), to the Contingency Fund (for unexpected expenditures), and/or to the GBA (to further support our Association’s umbrella organization).
Electronic payment is now made easier this year with several online payment options.
eTransfer from a Canadian Bank Account
To send an eTransfer, follow these instructions on screen:
Log into your online or mobile banking app and select the account.
Add email@example.com as the recipient’s email.
Enter the total amount - Full Membership Fee is $165.00 Cdn. Associate (under 30) Membership Fee is $50.00 Cdn
In the Message field, enter your First and Last name. And for contributions, indicate the amount(s) and fund(s) mentioned above we should allocate your donation to.
No need to enter a security question and password as we have registered for Interac e-Transfer® Autodeposit.
Credit Card payment via PayPal and to make membership updates
To make an online payment ($165 Cdn plus PayPal fee), go to the SSCA web-site membership page (www.ssca.info/membership/) and follow the login steps to view/edit your membership profile and to submit your dues payment(s).
Payment by cheque
While administratively more costly, annual dues can be paid by mailing a cheque for $171.66 Cdn ($165 Cdn plus admin fee) with this form to:
SANS SOUCI AND COPPERHEAD ASSOCIATION
c/o Sue Anderson, Permanent Secretary
561 Avenue Road, Suite 206, Toronto, Ontario M4V 2J8
Include any changes to your contact information.
We will meet on Zoom to discuss The Dutch House by Ann Patchett on Tuesday, February 23rd at 7:00 PM. Dawn Drayton has kindly offered to lead the discussion and Cathie Singer will send out the link before the meeting.
Looking forward to seeing you at this event!
Hope you are also thinking about books for this summer’s book club discussions!
Hang in there!
Many years ago, Herb Ratz and Fred Schweitzer, SSCA Directors, came up with the concept of fire zones across the Sans Souci area that associates cottages into clusters or zones. There is a link to this Fire Zone map in Fire and Safety under Committees. To see or update your cottage Fire Zone, log into your membership info. Overlaid onto the Fire Zone map are the island numbers for the SSCA membership.
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