WHAT IS THE 4Cs (CCCC)?
The 4Cs is an organization of camera clubs and other photographic organizations working through their representatives for the benefit of their club's members.
WHO MAY BELONG TO 4Cs?
Any organized camera club or other photographic groups may join the Columbia Council of Camera Clubs but it is intended to serve principally the clubs in Oregon, southern Washington, western Idaho and now northern California.
WHAT WILL THE 4Cs DO FOR ITS MEMBER CLUBS?
HOW TO JOIN 4Cs
Appoint a representative. Fill in an application blank and send it with annual dues to the Council's Secretary. The representative should be a person who can attend meetings. The representative should also have a long-term appointment if he is to receive the bulletin and other mail to avoid the delay in handling announcements and the confusion of changing mailing addresses.
WHAT TO DO AFTER JOINING 4Cs
Special instructions and Council bulletins will be sent to your representative. Keep in touch with your representative and see that he reports Council news to your club, either directly or through your club bulletins.
Send your representative or others to the regular meetings whenever possible. Others may not necessarily be appointed, but any member of your club may attend Council meetings and take part in planning and carrying on the activities. Your club will be entitled to only one vote, however, regardless of the number present.
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