Dear PACC Members,
As we have now put the government mandated COVID 19 shutdowns in the rearview mirror, we would like to take this opportunity to remind members of our dress rules that are designed to make the “PACC” experience enjoyable for all. Our goal is to provide a comfortable platform in a unique setting that fosters socialization amongst one and all. We love seeing our members enjoying a tasty meal under the pavilion, exercising while playing a game of either tennis or pickleball, relishing in the sun or swimming in the pool, and maybe following it all up with a cocktail by the fire pit.
However, we all must strive to maintain a certain level of decorum and dress when visiting the Club. Further, it is your duty to communicate our dress/cell phone/pool policies to your guests prior to them entering the property; if one has any perplexity regarding our policies, they are prominently outlined on the Club’s website (www.paccwings.com).
Given the relaxed state of dress many have adopted over the past two years, we felt the need to further communicate our Dress Code and institute penalties for those who choose to ignore our Club’s policies. For several years now the PACC Dress Code has been “Smart Casual.” Smart casual attire combines well-fitting, refined business wear with elements of casual attire—think blouses, polo shirts, button-downs, chinos, dress pants, dark-wash jeans, and polished, practical footwear.
Specific to our two indoor dining rooms, blue jeans, shorts, T-shirts, and sneakers are not permitted. More casual attire is permitted in the bar, pavilion-area, terrace, and pool. Further, when dining at the outdoor pavilion, men should have a collared shirt and refrain from wearing gym shorts and sweatpants. Further, we strongly encourage the removal of hats while dining at the club. We ask that you and your guests both read and understand our Dress Code. It falls to our staff to enforce our dress policy and it is not fair to have to put them in an awkward position of policing members and guests who should know what attire is proper to wear when visiting the Club.
From an enforcement standpoint, we are adopting a three strikes rule. A member and their guests will be afforded three warnings regarding our Dress Code. If there is a fourth violation of our policy, the member will lose their Club privileges. We hope you all understand that we do not wish to be so strict, but we have been put into this unwanted position by a select few who lack respect for not only themselves, but also their fellow members of the Club.
Respectfully: PACC Executive Committee