2016 One Aim Cycling Club Membership Application Form

Please complete this form and submit your application to join the One Aim Cycling Club.

The One Aim Cycling Club (OACC) is a registered society in the Province of Alberta (Registration #: 501645112). The main purpose of the OACC is to help riders prepare for the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer by helping with fundraising, arranging training rides, sharing information on techniques and equipment and connecting riders of similar and diverse experience and needs. Providing the infrastructure to support all of these activities helps the OACC to help you.

Why join? Read this...https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mH-d93Uaqqecd5KrEl8Mt211j2MF7Dalq-9StJUT6AQ/edit?usp=sharing

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    One Aim Cycling Club annual membership dues for 2016 are $100 Please Note: 1) no payment is required until January 2016. 2) becoming a member of the One Aim Cycling Club is not a prerequisite for joining the One Aim Team. Please visit www.oneaim.cahttp://www.oneaim.ca/one-aim-cycling-club.html for club by-laws and benefits of membership. Why join the One Aim Cycling Club?: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mH-d93Uaqqecd5KrEl8Mt211j2MF7Dalq-9StJUT6AQ/edit?usp=sharing Payment can be made by: 1) e-cheque to oneaimteam@gmail.com 2) cheque (made payable to: One Aim Cycling Club) 3) cash (Please pay any of the following: Kevin Jones, Mike Beauchamp, Shawna Gibbs, Gordon Singer, Gerry Stinn, or Nigel Brockton.)
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