Bluegrass Swim Club membership is comprised of 500 bondholders, which could
range from a single membership, two-person membership to a three or more family
membership. Bluegrass Swim Club, on an annual basis will also offer 10 trial memberships
for new prospective members on a one-year trial basis. Bonds can either be
obtained through purchase from an existing member or through Bluegrass Swim
Club. Contact the membership director for current pricing and availability
Along with the purchase of a
bond, members are required to pay annual membership dues. Annual membership
dues for season are as follows:
Single membership +$25.00 Assessment Fee =
Two-person membership +$25.00 Assessment Fee = $375.00*
Family membership +$25.00 Assessment Fee = $425.00
bondholders dues & assessments paid by, or postmarked by March 31 will
receive 5 free guest passes. All bondholders dues & assessments not paid or
postmarked by May 1st will be subject to a $25 late
All bondholders dues and assessments not paid by, or postmarked be June 1, will
be subject to a $100 late fee.
Babysitter passes are available for an additional $100 for the season.
Visitor passes are available to members. Babysitter and visitor passes will
be needed and enforced for the season. No child under
age 12 may be at the pool at any time unattended by an adult.
MEMBERS RECEIVE THE DISCOUNT WHEN PAYING IN THE FIRST YEAR
Passes can be picked up at the pool on your first visit of the season. Photo
ID may be required.
Dues and assessments must be paid whether the facility is used or not.
Back dues and assessments are required. After two consecutive unpaid seasons,
your bond will be revoked.
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Interested in becoming a member? Contact
Mary Jean Feldhaus, Membership Director at 513-284-8113 or email at
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. You are always welcome to contact the
pool directly at 859.331.2215 or stop by the front desk during business hours.
Bluegrass Swim Club budgets
for insurance and legal fees annually. It is the responsibility of the Board,
all employees, and all members to make the pool a safe and clean place. To do
that, here are key rules.
These will be enforced!
There is no running in or around the pool area at any time.
USE THE BOARDS ALONE:
No one may be accompanied going up or off the boards. No one may “catch” any
other person off a diving board.
No children over age 6 are to be in the baby pool. This includes during adult
swim. No adults with chairs are to be in the baby pool water.
BABY SPECIALTY DIAPERS:
Children needing diapers must wear approved “swimming” specialty diapers. These
are available at the front desk for a small fee. State and county law require
the pool to SHUT DOWN to cycle water (takes
several hours) for infant accidents.
All children under age 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
All members are required to
report spills, to throw away all cartons, containers, and trash they create, and
to leave areas they use clean. The manager may ask you to return and clean
your area. Violators will be reported to the Board for action.
Smoking of any kind is prohibited outside of
the provided smoking area. The smoking area will be the area close to the
gas grills located off the rear of the sun deck.
Open containers of any kind must be kept behind
the white lines. Drinking in the pool water is prohibited. GLASS CONTAINERS OF
ANY KIND ARE PROHIBITED.
Anyone acting obnoxious, under the influence,
or disturbing to other members in any fashion may be warned or asked to leave
the club premises immediately.
Swim Club is police patrolled for the safety of the children. Parents, advise
kids they are not to jump the fence during Spring or any hours the pool is
It is an offense that we will punish by law