Last Update: 01/07/2018
Guidelines: Door Signs

General:  All door signs are in essence - flyers that are created by by the person responsible for making bulletin board flyers.  Please see Activity Flyers to order a flyer.

There are two types of door signs:  a. Generic    and     b. Special

Generic Signs:  This type of sign does not have a specific date attached to them.  For example, a sign announcing a potluck brunch on a Saturday is considered generic.  In most cases, generic signs can be laminated so they can be used over and over again - week to week - month to month - year to year.

Special Signs: This type of sign has a specific date attached to it as it is generally not a reoccurring event.  For example, a sign announcing dance or dinner for a specific date such as Friday, January 5 is considered specific in nature.  Specific signs are not laminated and have a one time use only.  Once the event occurs, the sign can be discarded.

The clubhouse has a total of four doors that permit signs - two on the east side and two on the west side.  Each door has a panel to hold signs on each side.  Therefore there is a total of 8 panels.  For a specific event, generic or specific in nature, there are 4 locations for a sign to be located.  This is why, when you need extra flyers for the  door to copy the flyers provided.

In order to ensure door signs are current it is necessary to check the KOFA calendar each day to see when events are happening and to check any changes that might of happened since the last time the calendar was checked.