Two Membership Choices for the Red Hat Society

There are many advantages for joining the Red Hat Society. It is a fun way to celebrate life and meet new people. If you are wanting to celebrate life in a new and fun way, the Red Hat Society is the way to go.

There are two different members in the Red Hat Society. The two membership choices available are becoming a red hat supporting member, or you could choose to be a Queen. Both members have similar advantages, with only a few differences.

Both members receive pertinent information regarding the Society. Everyone in RHS will receive emails with any updates or announcements regarding RHS. Everyone also receives invitations to local or regional events that are being put on by the RHS.

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Everyone has access to the online forums. These forums and chat rooms help all members stay connected with everyone in the organization. It is an option that is exclusive to all Red Hat Society members.

All members also have Red Hat Society Supporting Member cards. They also receive a membership guide to help them know how best to understand how the Red Hat Society works. Everyone inRHS also receives a digital quarterly newsletter.

The Super Savings program is also available for everyone who is a member. The Super Savings program is a program that can save you a lot of money on common items, entertainment, or official Red Hat events. These savings can work when you have to buy children poodle skirts for dance recitals, or when you have to send flowers to a friend in the hospital. There are many discounts and coupons available for everyone in theRHS.

Queens do have a little more exclusivity and responsibility than the normal members. They receive Queen to Queen monthly emails with updates on Queen activities. Queens are also the ones in charge of their chapter information, so they keep in contact with theRHS leaders to let them know when they are receiving new information, what events they are going to host, etc.

The memberships come with different annual fees. Red Hat members pay $20, and Queens pay $39 per year. The good news is, if you decide to become a Queen after you’ve already signed up to be a member you can easily upgrade to a Queen with little trouble.

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One Response to “Two Membership Choices for the Red Hat Society”

  1. Joan Derden says:

    I am inquiring about information on becoming a member of the red hat club in chicago,illinois
    Please send an e-mail to
    Thanks very much-Joan Derden

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