Dues/Application

Active, Associate, and Junior members pay Yearly Membership Dues to the Assembly to help it fulfill its purpose. Money amounts for dues are set by the Executive Committee and are payable the first day of January of each fiscal year. Dues are currently $20 per member for the 2020 fiscal club year, January 1 through December 31.

Annual Membership Dues and Application to Join Payments are processed solely online. Simply fill out your phone number and e-mail address in the fields below and then click the "Buy Now" button to pay the $20 dues amount with a credit, debit, or PayPal account. 
 

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Delinquency ‐ Members who fail to pay their Yearly Membership Dues before the first day of March are automatically suspended from the Assembly. Suspended members are no longer members in good standing and their name badge shall be removed from accessibility. Suspended members may not attend Monthly Assembly Meetings or other Assembly sponsored events until past dues are paid.  A member whose dues are unpaid for less than two years may pay his back dues and thereby be reinstated and retain continuous membership. A member in arrears for two years or more must reapply for membership and previous membership is no longer continuous

 

 

NEW MEMBER APPLICATION:  
 

5.01 Visitors ‐ Visitors may attend up to three regular Monthly Assembly Meetings. Thereafter visitors must either apply for membership or cease attendance. It is the responsibility of the Sergeant at Arms to keep an attendance record of all visitors, their contact information, and enforce the three meeting visitation limit. Visitors may not vote or attend Executive Committee Meetings. At the discretion of the Executive Committee, they may attend Special Executive Committee Meetings that may be called during Monthly Assembly Meetings, but they shall not vote or express opinion unless the Executive Committee dictates otherwise.
 

5.02 Application Process  ‐ Individuals may apply for Active, Associate, or Junior Assembly membership by making online application through the Assembly’s website and paying the application fee, 4 which also covers the applicant’s membership dues through December 31 of the application year. After submitting application and until an applicant presents his New Member Introduction (5.05), applicants may continue to attend Monthly Assembly Meetings. After an applicant presents his New Member Introduction (5.04), membership is ratified or denied by a vote of the Assembly (5.05). Applicants may not vote or attend Executive Committee Meetings until their membership is ratified by the Assembly.
 

5.03 National SAM Membership – All Active and Junior members of the Assembly must maintain membership in the national SAM organization.  
 

5.04 New Member Introduction – Applicants petitioning to join the Assembly shall introduce themselves at a Monthly Assembly Meeting. Called a New Member Introduction, this is usually a short magic performance, but it may also be some form of other presentation to demonstrate the applicant’s interest in magic.  The demonstration is presented at a Monthly Assembly Meeting within three months of application to join the Assembly. The Vice President is responsible for scheduling all New Member Introductions.


5.05 Ratification ‐ Immediately after the conclusion of an applicant’s New Member Introduction, the applicant is escorted from the Monthly Assembly Meeting area by the Sergeant at Arms or other designated Assembly representative. The Assembly then discusses the applicant’s application and votes on whether or not to grant membership. If approval is granted, the applicant is escorted back into the meeting room, membership is conferred, and the new member is presented his name badge. In the event that an applicant’s membership is not approved, the application fee shall be returned to the applicant. Applicants who are denied membership may reapply for membership after ninety days. Application for membership is an agreement to support the Bylaws of the Assembly.

 

Next Meeting

ODD AND BIZZARE MAGIC
THURSDAY OCTOBER 15 
MONTHLY ASSEMBLY MEETING
AT THE ILLUSION WAREHOUSE 
 

The feature presentation at the October Alliance of Illusionists meeting will be "Odd and Bizzare Magic." All members are welcome to bring, perform, or display any magic trick, illusion, routine, or act that they think fits the bill! It will be a unique evening to say the least!

We will start at 7:00 pm and try to be finished early so the kids can get to bed on a schoolnight. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has opened most businesses and restaurants (including the Illusion Warehouse) to 75% capacity. We will social distance in family groups in the party room. Attendees are requested to wear masks whenever they are not seated or closer than six feet from others. Magicians who need to attend the meeting via Zoom may do so. See the Zoom URL below. The Illusion Warehouse is located at 3917 McCart Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas. 

President Cindy Bighorse has called for an Executive Committee Meeting at 6:-00 pm immediately prior to the 7:00 pm Monthly Assembly Meeting. All officers are requested to be in attendance. Members in good standing (2020 dues-paid-up members) may attend. Visitors may not attend Executive Committee Meetings.

 

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Meeting ID: 429 708 1507
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