MEMBERSHIP

Fee Schedule 

If you pay on or before midnight Sunday, December 1, 2020:

Family  $195 + $19 CCBC/CCC fee per person
**please see the box to the right for the new and executive approved definition of a Family for membership purposes
Adult (19-59 years)  $91 + $19 CCBC/CCC fee per person
Youth (9-18 years)  $61 + $19 CCBC/CCC fee per person
Child (under 9 years)  $41 + $19 CCBC/CCC fee per person
Senior (60+ years)  $81 + $19 CCBC/CCC fee per person

If you pay on or after Monday, December 2, 2020

Family  $215 + $19 CCBC/CCC fee per person
**please see the box to the right for the new and executive approved definition of a Family for membership purposes
Adult (19-59 years)  $101 + $19 CCBC/CCC fee per person
Youth (9-18 years)  $71 + $19 CCBC/CCC fee per person
Child (under 9 years)  $51 + $19 CCBC/CCC fee per person
Senior (60+ years)  $91 + $19 CCBC/CCC fee per person

*Note: Age is determined as at December 31, 2020*

** Cross Country BC (CCBC) and Cross Country Canada (CCC) receive a portion of our fees to cover expenses such as insurance plus to bring us various programs such as Skill Development (SDP), Track Attack, races and Racing Rocks**

Annual Memberships at OSC:

Follow our link to the Zone4 website and it will take you right to our registration page.

If you have problems with the link go to www.zone4.ca and search for “Omineca”.

Please make sure you enter every individual in the family to ensure that fees are calculated properly.
Using this option you must pay using a credit card but you will not be charged a transaction fee.

 

Registrar: Cherelle Finstad 250-691-1971
If you have any general questions, please contact us using the form in the footer of this page.

Family Membership Definition

A family membership is defined as:

  • Up to two adults, who assume a parent/guardian role over minors, and as many minors under 19 years of age, who all live in one household; OR
  • One adult who assumes a parent/guardian role over minors, and as many minors under 19 years of age, who all live in one household plus one grandparent who provides support to the parent for ski lessons and other ski club related activities.

These scenarios WOULD all apply to the definition provided above:

  • Two parents and biological/adoptive minors
  • Foster parents and foster children
  • Parent, step-parent and minors (biological and step-children)
  • Single parent and common-law partner plus minors
  • Single parent and maternal/paternal grandparent plus minors as long as grandparent is supporting parent in club activities
  • Grandparent(s) that have legal custody over minors

These scenarios WOULD NOT apply to the definition provided above:

  • Single parent and roommate and biological/adoptive minors
  • Two parents with adult children (over 19 years of age)
  • Two parents and minors plus grandparents (note plural of grandparent)
  • Two parents and minors plus minors friends or relations that are not under the legal guardianship of adults