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Membership Management

  • ClubRunner District Guide

    PDF guide to the District Version of ClubRunner for Club Executives....

  • Adding a New Member on the District

    You can use your District webpage to add a new member to your club, through the use of the For Clubs tab on the menu.    1.  To add a member through the District site, go to your District webpage and ...

  • Terminating a Member on the District

    You can use your District webpage to remove / terminate a member who left your Club through the use of the For Clubs tab on the menu.   1.  To terminate a member through the District site, go to your ...

  • View and Edit Club Membership on the District

    You can view, edit and update your own club's membership information from the District page.   1.  Go to your District webpage and click on the Login link at the top right of the page. Then, enter you...

  • How do I Reactivate an Inactive Member on the District?

    Members who have been removed from the Active Member List can be returned to active member status on your District page, through the use of the For Clubs feature.    1.  To reactivate an inactive/past...

  • ClubRunner District Training For Club Executives PPT

    District Training for Club Executives - Powerpoint presentation....

  • Uploading Member Photos on the District

    You can assign profile images to each of your club members on your District home page, through the use of the For Clubs feature.    1.  To upload member photos, go to your district webpage and click o...

  • Add a Club Executive or Director on District Page

    You have the ability to add club Executives and Officers via your District page, provided you have appropriate access levels.    1. To do this, go to your District webpage and click on the Login link ...

  • Deleting a Club Member on the District

    You can use your District website to delete a member from your Club if they were terminated. You can do this through the use of the For Clubs feature.  Note: Unless it is a superfluous or redundant me...