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Ages 21 through 38 and residing or working within Bibb County or within any of the six counties adjacent thereto.
Ages 39-59 and residing or working within Bibb County or within any of the six counties adjacent thereto and who do not fall into any other category of membership.
Legal resident and usual place of business is not within geographical area for Regular membership and who reside less than 75 air miles from the club.
Residence and usual place of business is more than 75 air miles from the club.
To be eligible for Senior membership, a person must have been a member of the club for at least thirty years and have attained the age of seventy. 
To be eligible for Platinum Membership a person must be sixty (60) years old or older, who has a residence or works within Bibb County or within any of the six counties adjacent to Bibb County and who does not fall into any other classification of membership.
 
Military Members are those persons who are either active military or retired military personnel with 20 years of service. Should a military member be deployed, the membership may be placed on hold at the member's request as presented to the Board of Directors and reactivated at the conclusion of the deployment.
Temporary Legacy members are those persons who are legacies of a member in good standing, and have submitted a written application for approval to the Board of Directors and to whom the Board extends the privileges of the Club for a maximum of one year after college graduation, or one year after reaching twenty-one (21) years of age. Temporary Legacy members are not subject to initiation fees or assessments, must pay dues, and may not vote or hold office. Temporary Legacy members shall make charges to a sub-account of the parent member, who shall be responsible for payment of said charges. Upon expiration of the membership, the member has the option to transfer to the Intermediate Category at which time said member would pay Intermediate Initiation fees. 
Special members are those unmarried spouses of a deceased member in good standing. Special members are not subject to initiation fees, must pay dues and assessments as fixed by the Board of Directors, and may not vote or hold office. Upon re-marriage, a Special member may apply for the qualifying category of membership, will be required to pay the associated dues, service charge and assessments for the qualifying membership category, and may not vote or hold office.
In the event of a finalized divorce proceeding between a member and that member’s spouse, the nonmember spouse shall have sixty (60) days from the date of the divorce decree to file with the Board of Directors a written request that his/her membership privileges be continued. Upon receipt of said request, it will be presented at the next regular Board Meeting and voted on in the manner of other membership classifications. If approved, such a spouse shall not be required to pay initiation fees but shall be required to pay dues and assessments and may not vote or hold office. Persons in the “Divorced Spouse” membership classification will remain in that classification unless they re-marry, at which point the membership will end.
Legacy proposals on the waiting list are given preference. Legacy is defined as being a child or grandchild of a present or deceased member, or the candidate's spouse is a child or grandchild of a present or deceased member of good standing.