The Breakfast Club/NCC for Singles 50+ is a social club for active single men and women age 50 plus. New members are encouraged to attend the monthly membership meeting held on the second Saturday of the month at 9:30AM at Avogadro's in Fort Collins. Join us for breakfast and learn about TBC-NCC and all the activities planned in the upcoming months.
TBC wants our potential members to make sure that our Club is a good fit for them so we allow attendance at three events open to everyone before making a decision whether to join or not. Events restricted to members only cannot be attended until dues are paid AND the membership form is signed. Members only events are events in which carpooling is required or in which the event is at someone's personal home.
Annual dues of $25 are required for membership. We have a formal structure with officers and by-laws. TBC-NCC requires you to have a recent head shot picture of yourself ONLY (no group shots, pets, or scenic views) and a small bio in order to join our group so please take a few minutes to complete the information.
The Breakfast Club Northern Colorado Chapter (TBC-NCC) is one of 4 chapters in Colorado. Other chapters are in Denver, Castle Rock and Colorado Springs. Each chapter has council of at least 5-7 members that support The Breakfast Club Board which develops and updates the by-laws. The Breakfast Club is not affiliated with any business, political, religious, or special interest group. The club is designed to meet people in a social setting, make friends, enjoy activities with others, and have a lot of fun. Club members volunteer to plan, organize, and host activities that include archery, pool, eating out, book clubs, game nights, escape rooms and movies.
We have found it necessary to implement a no-show policy. The policy is as follows -
If a member has 3 no-shows within a quarter, the member will automatically be placed at the bottom of the waitlist for every club event for the next 3 months. If a member changes their RSVP to ‘no’ within 24 hours of the event, they will still be considered a ‘no-show’.
We know that there are times when this cannot be avoided (sick, work etc.) so that is why we have made it 3 no-shows within a quarter. People that are on the waitlist and automatically move up as ‘going’ within 24 hours of an event will not be considered no-shows if they find they cannot attend the event at that late notice.