Committees

  • Executive
    • The Executive Committee generally functions in an advisory capacity to the Board of Governors regarding the day-to-day affairs of The Pacific Club's operations and management, makes recommendations to the Board of Governors, and exercises all powers and authority of the Board of Governors in the management and affairs of The Pacific Club.

  • House
    • House Committee is composed of the Chairmen of the following Committees: Art, Athletic, Entertainment, Library, Member Relations, Physical Plant, Mess and Bar, and Wine Committees. The House Committee is the conduit of information for the Committees to and from the Executive Committee and the Board of Governors. The House Committee reports to the President and advises the President and the General Manager/COO on the operations of the Club.

      The House Committee has responsibility for all matters pertaining to the use, maintenance and care of the clubhouse, and prescribes such rules and regulations, as it deems advisable.

  • Art

    • The Art Committee selects art for The Pacific Club and oversees its preservation and historical records.
  • Athletic

    • Athletic Committee works together to identify how the tennis courts, pool area, gym, and locker rooms can be maintained and improved for the use of the membership. The committee plans and coordinates all sport and athletic programs such as the Annual Invitational Paddle Tennis Tournament. They see their role in the future as an active and busy one, with continued growth in the area of better health through physical fitness. By maintaining and upgrading the fitness center, they also assist in the marketing of the Club for new members.
  • Entertainment

    • The Entertainment Committee creates educational and fun-filled programs and events for the entire family. The main purpose of the Entertainment Committee is to increase the attractiveness of the Club to prospective members and the attendance of current members at various social functions throughout the year such as Easter Brunch, Camping Under the Stars, Father-Daughter Dance, Family Christmas with Santa, and Christmas Trolley Ride. These functions allow for family/guest participation and enjoyment.
  • Library

    • The Library Committee selects publications for the Library, plans educational programs for members, and gathers and preserves all historical material. The Library Committee also updates the contents of the library shelves and conducts the “Distinguished Speaker” series.
  • Member Relations

    • The Member Relations Committee members are the ambassadors of the Club.  They are key to welcoming new members, orienting them to the Club, inviting them to sponsored events and introducing them to the staff and the resources available through the Club and the facilities.  The Member Relations committee also acts as “gatekeeper” and coordinator for all Reciprocal Club club relationships throughout the world.
  • Mess & Bar

    • The Mess & Bar Committee oversees the food and beverage functions of the Club to ensure the highest quality of service and product. The Committee helps the General Manager/COO with department operations and submits recommendations concerning menu selection and presentation, and the setting of food and beverage prices.
  • Physical Plant

    • The Physical Plant Committee supervises the maintenance and repair of the Clubhouse, grounds and the athletic facilities of the Club. It advises and helps the General Manager/COO and makes recommendations to the House Committee on matters concerning these areas of responsibility. The mission of the Physical Plant Committee continues to play an important role in the area of major plant improvements and capital improvement projects.
  • Wine

    • The Wine Committee advises the Manager in the selection, storage, service and pricing of wines. It hosts wine tastings to acquaint members with selections from the Club's Cellar.
  • Budget & Finance

    • The Budget & Finance Committee assists the Board of Governors in the budgeting process, monitoring the finances of the Club and preparing its financial plan. The Board resolved that the Chair of the Budget & Finance Committee should also be the Treasurer of the Club.  This committee is accountable to the Board for the development and recommendation of all financial policies, procedures and budgets, including the costs and classes of membership, with proper input from the general manager and the Club's committees.
  • Membership

    • The Membership Committee oversees the sponsorship and membership process, including the screening and voting on membership candidates. The President of the Board of Governors appoints a Membership Committee of not less than six. The procedure to be followed by the Membership Committee has been determined by the Board of Governors, as stated in Section VI of the Bylaws adopted April 18, 2002.

      This committee is accountable for the development and recommendation of programs and activities to enhance and promote the use and enjoyment of the Club, clubhouse, and dining facilities as needed to fulfill the Club's mission statement.
  • Human Resources

    • The Human Resources Committee offers expertise and guidance on human resources policy matters to the Club’s General Manager/COO, the Club’s President, the Executive Committee, and the Board of Governors. The Committee will assure that the Club and its management adheres to all human resources “best practices,” and with guidance form the Club’s legal counsel, ensure the Club is in full compliance with all applicable laws.
  • Nominating

    • The Nominating Committee will nominate candidates for the offices of President, 1st Vice President, and 2nd Vice President.  They also nominate the candidates for the Board of Governors and Nominating Committee.
  • By-Laws Review