PHCOEM Code of Conduct
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PHCoEM Club Code of Conduct
The Parrot Head Club of Eastern Mass (further referred to as PHCoEM) is an organization that participates and provides its members with opportunities to share in many different types of social activities and charitable experiences.
For the benefit of all the members, guests and gracious charitable hosts we ask that members abide by the local, state and federal laws (including but not limited to) governing the misuse of personal privileges, property and controlled substances. The members of this organization shall be required to treat fellow members respectfully.
Members of PHCoEM, by virtue of their membership agreement, agree to demonstrate personal responsibilities for their words, actions and deeds and not exhibit behaviors that are harmful to themselves or other club members, honored guests or hosts or their personal property. We hope to provide a positive, pleasant atmosphere in which we share our common love for the island life theme, Jimmy Buffett music and tales, and to further the charitable ideals we seek to uphold.
PHCoEM does not condone nor tolerate behavior contrary to our objectives nor that which is harmful or injurious to others including its members and/or others. This includes inappropriate behavior at Charitable, Social or other events, or via any electronic media forums (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, etc.) where you are presenting yourself as a PHCoEM member.
By virtue of your membership into PHCoEM you have agreed to the philosophy of our national organization Parrot Heads in Paradise (PHIP) and agree to “Party with a Purpose” in a respectful, responsible manner. You agree to abide by PHIP and PHCoEM BYLAWS which are posted on their respective websites.
The Board of Directors (further referred to as BOD) reserves the right to uphold this said code of conduct for the betterment of PHCoEM and ALL of its said members. The BOD reserves the right to revoke or withhold any membership not abiding by the club code of conduct or any of the BYLAWs.
Removal from PHCoEM is a grave situation and primarily occurs due to a misconduct on the part of an individual exposing the club to liability, credibility, or reputation issues. Therefore, any membership revoked for reasons stated above, shall not be entitled to a refund of any portion of their dues nor shall they be eligible to receive concert tickets or any other privileges and/or benefits associated with a PHCoEM membership.
Approved by the PHCoEM BOD Sept 2014