Senior Membership is available to qualifying existing
members. It is not available for new members.
Senior Membership may be granted to those active members
who become totally disabled or who retire at age 60 or later, or who retire
prior to age 60 upon reaching the age of 60. Such persons must have ten years
of membership in the Association, with five consecutive years being immediately
prior to the date of disablement or retirement.
Annual dues for Seniors are one
‑half of the Association
dues plus one
of chapter dues (rounded to the nearest dollar), payable by the individual.
Members interested in the Senior Membership discount
should talk to their Chapter leaders (or Region Leaders if an Individual
Chapters applying for Senior
membership for an individual must provide all supporting materials to their
Region president at least 30 days prior to the next Executive Committee
meeting. The Region president will request approval from the Executive
Committee. The Executive Committee will then take the request to the
Association Board of Directors.