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REVISED AND UPDATED BY MANAGEMENT – 5/1/2011
 
HOUSE RULES
 
GUESTS
Use of the club by guests of members shall be permitted as described below:
  1. A guest may use the Club when a member is present or sponsored by a member.
  2. Members are responsible for the character and conduct of their guests.
  3. Guests are not permitted to sign food and beverage chits.
  4. Guest charges must be billed to member’s account.
  5. By advanced arrangements a member may sponsor a party in a private dining room for guests.  The member is responsible for all charges incurred.
  6. Members from other country clubs may use Sunnehanna’s food and beverage services by having the manager from their club make their reservations.
 
 
CHILDREN
Children in the club are governed by the following rules:
  1. Children under 12 must be accompanied by a parent or responsible person at least 16 years of age. (Except as otherwise noted in the Pool Rules.)
  2. All children in the club will be dressed appropriately.  See “Dress Code.”
  3. Children must be kept under continual supervision and are not permitted to roam freely throughout the clubhouse at any time.
  4. Adverse behavior by any child will not be tolerated, and such action will result in suspension of privileges for that child.
  5. Persons under the age of 21 are not permitted in the following areas:  Men’s Card Room, Red Room Bar & Fairway Grill” Bar Area.”
  6. Persons ages of 18, 19 and 20, when accompanied by a member/parent, may be permitted in the Fairway Grill Bar & Red Room Bar.
  7. Persons under the age of 16 are not permitted in the Men’s Locker Room, and Women’s Locker Room, unless accompanied by an adult.
  8. Dependent Children – Children under 12 must be accompanied by a parent or responsible person at least 16 years of age.  Children are permitted to dine in the Horizon Room section of the Fairway Grill.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DRESS
Acceptable attire must be worn by all members and guests at the club at all times.Members are responsible for the acceptability of their guest’s attire.
 
Club acceptable attire for dining areas is by using common sense and discretion.
  1. Country club casual, tasteful jeans, collared shirts, slacks and pantsuits.
  2. Ball caps are permitted in the Fairway Grill, Red Room Bar and Locker Rooms only.
  3. Bathing suits with cover-ups are permitted on the Patio.
  4. Shoes are required on the Patio.
  5. Men must wear shirts on the Patio
 
Unacceptable attire for dining areas is as follows:
  1. Sweat Clothes, Cut-offs, tank tops, swimming shorts, bathing suits, gym shorts, ripped or torn jeans, shirt tails not tucked in, ball caps worn inappropriately (i.e. brim turned to the back) and gentlemen wearing hats or visors in dining areas.
 
EMPLOYEES
  1. Members or guests shall not reprimand employees of the club.  Any employee’s misconduct or a complaint about any employee should be reported to the Manager on duty.
  2. Employees of the club shall not be sent off the club’s premises by members or guests to run errands.
  3. No member shall be allowed to introduce as his guest any employee of the club.
  4. Members are not permitted to purchase beverages or food for employees of the club.
 
LIABILITY
            The club is not responsible for any personal property left in the Clubhouse, Golf Shop, Locker Rooms, Lockers, and Automobiles, or elsewhere on the club property.
 
PETS
            Members and their guests are not to have dogs or any other pets on the club premises.
 
SMOKING
            Seasonal designated outside smoking areas are posted.  No smoking in the Clubhouse or Pro Shop.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
  1. All purchase of food, beverages and club services will be made by signature receipt of a member name and a member number.
  1. Members are not permitted to sign the name or number of other members to charge tickets, nor may guests sign tickets for their hosts.
  2. Members must review all charge tickets and sign when presented.
  1. No member or guest will be permitted to bring food or refreshments to the club.  No beverage except what is poured at the club shall be consumed on the club premises. Sunnehanna’s liquor license allows for on-premise consumption only.  No alcohol poured at Sunnehanna may be carried off the premises.
  2. No members or guests are permitted in the Food Service Departments of the club.
  3. No alcoholic beverage shall be served to any member or guest who, in the sole discretion of the club employee, appears intoxicated.
  4. Only food or beverage purchased from the club may be consumed on the premises at any time with the exception of wedding cakes and wedding cookies.
 
SERVICE CHARGES:
            All food charges are subject to a twenty percent (20%) house maintenance charge, and six percent (6%) tax.  Beverage charges have a twenty (20%) house maintenance charge.
            The Pool Stand and the #10 Stand on the golf course are subject to a (10%) house maintenance charge.
 
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES:
  1. No alcoholic beverages will be served to any person under the age of twenty-one.
  2. No alcoholic beverage shall be served to any member or guest who, in the sole discretion of the club employee, appears intoxicated.
  3. Any member who is habitually intoxicated on club premises shall, in the discretion of the Governing Board, be suspended for such period, as the Governing Board may deem proper.
  4. It is a violation of Pennsylvania Liquor Law for alcoholic beverages to be removed from the club premises at any time.  Any violations of these rules shall be reported to the General Manager.
  5. Refer to Club Alcohol Policy for complete information.
 
 
 
CLUBHOUSE
            The clubhouse and the refreshment stands shall be operated by the manager who, under the supervision of the General Manager, shall be responsible for their condition and equipment and for the hiring and discharging of employees working in such areas.
  1. The clubhouse and its facilities shall be open each week from Tuesday through Sunday, inclusive with no service provided on Monday except by special arrangement.  In a week on which a holiday falls on a Monday, the club will be open that day and closed on Tuesday.
  1. October through April Restaurant Hours – Restaurant service shall be available during the following hours: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday; Saturday’s, 11:00 am – 9:00 pm and 11:00 am – 10:00 pm on Fridays.  Exceptions will be on Sundays only in January, February and March (until Daylight Savings Time) the club will close at 3:00 pm. And the club will be closed Tuesdays, January through March inclusive.
  2. May through September Restaurant Hours – Restaurant service shall be available during the following hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm and Friday from 11:00 am – 10:00 pm.
  3. Lunch and Dinner Hours - Luncheon menu hours are 11:00 am – 2:00 pm.  Dinner menu hours are 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm except Saturday which is 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm (Sundays in October, November and December- 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm).  Salad and sandwich menus available during normal hours.
  4. Clubhouse Hours – The closing hour for the clubhouse bars and dining areas will be 11:00.  Members may request bar service after this time, but never later than the legal closing hour.  Members dining at the club should have their orders placed 15 minutes before the restaurant closing time.  The closing hour for dining and bar areas for Friday and Saturday will be 12:00 midnight depending on membership activity.
  5. Club Management has the authority to adjust the closing hour of the clubhouse based on membership activity.
  1. Complaints or suggestions concerning the policy of the house operation must be made in writing and addressed to the General Manager.
  2. The Club Manager shall serve foods and beverages for fixed prices as approved by the General Manager.
  3. The clubhouse and its facilities will be available to members, subject to prior use for the scheduling of private functions with the following limitations:  No member may engage the Laurel Room or Fairway Grille to the exclusion of other members. Charges for such private functions will be in accordance with the services required and shall be established by the Club Manager, and approved by the General Manager.
 
SLED RIDING/CROSS COUNTRY SKIING
  1. Sled riding and skiing are limited to members and their guests.
  2. Members are responsible for their children and guests.
 
CELL PHONES
      Talking on cell phones is not permitted in the dining rooms.Hallways and outside the Club is permitted.