Revised Bye-Law on Playroom
We have revised the attached Bye-Law, which will take effect from 20 November 2017 (Mon)
Additional Deepwater Workout Class at Recreation Pool on Mondays
From 23 October 2017, the Recreation Pool will be holding additional Deepwater Workout classes every first four Mondays of the month, from 6pm to 7pm.
The lessons will be conducted at the deeper end of the pool. Members may still use the rest of the pool.
For more information on Deepwater Workout, kindly visit http://bit.ly/dwW01
Change in Barber Shop Opening Hours
With effect from 3 Oct 2017 (Tue), the Barber Shop will be open from 10am to 8pm daily.
Revised Bye-Law on Lucky Strike
We have revised the attached Bye-Law, which will take effect from 23 October 2017 (Mon)
Lucky Strike is for Members Only
With effect from 23 October 2017 (Monday), the following changes to the Jackpot Room Lucky Strike will apply:
• Lucky Strike is exclusive to Singapore Swimming Club members. No guests are allowed at any time.
• Members entering Lucky Strike has to register via signing-in upon every single entry and signing-out whenever they exit. Registration is mandatory.
• Lucky Strike’s operating hours is from 10am to 10.30pm.
• Age limit for entry is 21 years old.
• There are no Electronic Funds Transfer at Point of Sale systems such as NETS payment in Lucky Strike.
Revised Bye-Law on The Gym
We have revised the attached Bye-Law, which will take effect from 21 September 2017 (Thu).
No Outside Alcoholic Beverages Allowed in D'Tanjong & D'Galaxy
With effect from 4 Sep 2017 (Mon), members will not be allowed to consume alcoholic beverages from outside the Club at D'Galaxy and D'Tanjong.
Revision to Minimum Spending Levy
Since Financial Year (FY) 2010/2011, the Club has been running a deficit. While FY 2016/2017’s $3.172 million deficit was a slight improvement over the previous year’s, the Club is not yet able to stem the depletion of its reserves.
The contribution from our Lucky Strike is expected to dip further with the implementation of the new jackpot regulatory rules that will kick in later this year.
Therefore, it is absolutely essential for our sustainability and survival to turn around the Club’s finances and this has to be done with great urgency. We have already made some tough decisions in the past year such as the closing of D’Sports to reduce operational costs but they are not enough. More have to be done to boost our revenue.
At this year’s Annual General Meeting on 21 May, the Management Committee discussed with the 540 members in attendance on some possible means to arrest the Club’s endemic deficit to restore its financial health. The item to increase MSL gained support from members who felt that it is an equitable way to improve the Club’s revenue, as all members will be contributing towards it rather than only a particular membership segment.
The Management Committee has since deliberated at great length on the amount of increase in MSL. The following revision to MSL will take effect from 1 September 2017 (Friday):
*Including prevailing GST
The increase in income from the MSL hike will not be able to totally curb and offset the fund drain every year. As such, we look to you for more patronage to our F&B outlets, and more support on our paid events and activities while the Club Management continues to be prudent in spending and seek innovative approaches to cut cost.
We ask for your kind understanding and support in the matter.
Club Rule Amendments Approved by ROS
The Registry of Societies (ROS) has approved the amendments to the following Club Rules, which were presented at the Annual General Meeting held on 21 May 2017 and approved by attending members:
1. Rule 9 (c) Guests
2. Rule 21 (g)(ii) & (i) Management
3. Rule 27 (a)(vi) Annual General Meeting
4. Rule 28 (a)(ii) Extra-Ordinary General Meeting
5. Rule 29 (c) Notice of Meetings
6. Rule 43 Minimum Spending Levy
The above Club Rule amendments will take immediate effect.