Committees other than Standing Committees have been established to assist the CA Board. These committees and their major functions are listed below:
Bingo: The Bingo Committee coordinates planning and implementation of bingo games held under the auspices of the CA in accordance with all state of Florida and local gaming statutes.
Communications: The Communications Committee examines methods of communication concerning Board actions, goals and future plans to determine how the Board may communicate better with CA members and the public. The Committee also investigates means and methods of projecting Sun City Center and the Sun City Center life style to specific and general external audiences.
Entertainment: The Entertainment Committee coordinates the planning and implementation of the Entertainment Series, FunFest kick-off dance and entertainment, pool-side parties, and other dance/musical/theatrical events held under the auspices of the CA.
Fitness Center: The Fitness Center Committee provides oversight for new equipment purchases, maintenance, training programs & operation of the Fitness Center.
Governing Rules: The Governing Rules Committee develops and submits to the Board of Directors suggested changes in the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws to bring them into compliance with Florida Statutes and the needs of the Association.
History Society: The History Society stores and preserves the corporate records no longer of interest in the daily operation of the Sun City Center Community Association. They accumulate, index and store newspaper accounts of Sun City Center activities, community newsletters, informal documents by residents and others tracing our lifestyle, photographs of people, places, things and documented stories about Sun City Center.
Hospitality: The Hospitality Committee’s purpose is to communicate with community residents, visitors and newcomers to Sun City Center about our lifestyle, facilities and events. This committee will be responsible for the operation of the Community Information Center, the monthly “Welcome New Neighbors” program and the annual “Hi Neighbor” event.
Restrictive Covenants: The Restrictive Covenants Committee strives to identify those Declarations of Restrictions (recorded by platted unit) that must be amended and properly recorded to reflect the HUD requirement for consideration as housing for older persons and assist in the formation of homeowner associations.
Search: The Search Committee’s purpose is to identify and encourage volunteers to serve in vacant seats on the Board and on Association Committees.
The Projects Office (TPO): The Projects Office, in coordination with the Community Manager, oversees planning, maintenance and construction of all new construction of major maintenance projects.
Website: The Website Committee oversees the CA website and assists clubs with page updates.