This is a list of members of the International Olympic Committee. According to the Olympic Charter, the members of the IOC "represent and promote the interests of the IOC and of the Olympic Movement in their countries and in the organisations of the Olympic Movement in which they serve". There are 101 members, 50 honorary members and 2 honour members. Jacques Rogge is the Honorary President; the chairperson of an international organization, who represents an Olympic sport, is represented in the IOC "ex officio". Athlete's commission members are elected for eight year terms. Most honorary members are former members who, after finishing their terms of office, are made honorary members. "IOC Members list". Official website of the Olympic Movement. Retrieved 2012-12-27
New Jersey Swimming is the Local Swimming Committee for competitive swimming in the central and northern New Jersey area. They are a member of the Eastern Zone. Most of the athletes who compete in NJ-sponsored swim meets are youths under the age of 18. NJ is one of the 59 LSCs of USA Swimming. NJ covers the 13 counties north of, including and Monmouth county. All of NJ lies within the state of New Jersey. There are over 60 clubs registered with new teams being added yearly. Teams include: Berkeley Aquatic Club Bergen Barracuda Swim Club Bayonne Mermaid Starfish Swim Club BJCC Bridgewater Tide Caldwell Center Cyclone Swim Team Cougar Aquatic Team Clifton Boys and Girls Club Central Jersey Aquatic Club Deep End Aquatics Swim Club Eastern Express Swim Team Elite Swim Club Fanwood Scotch Plains YMCA YMCA of Greater Bergen County - Disbanded Hall Aquatic Club Hamilton Aquatic Club Hunterdon County YMCA Jersey Coast Swim Club Jersey Flyers Aquatic Club Jersey Gator Swim Club Lakeland hills Family YMCA Madison Area YMCA Mariners Metro Area Life Time Monmouth Barracudas Morris County Swim Club Morris Center YMCA Metuchen-Edison YMCA Montclair YMCA Dolphins New Jersey Bluestreaks New Jersey Race Club New Jersey Wave Swim Team Newark Piranhas Ocean County YMCA Tigersharks Peddie Aquatic Association Pennington Aquatic Pioneer Aquatic Club INC. Pirate Swim Club Princeton Piranhas Swim Team Princeton Tigers Aquatic Club Red Bank YMCA Red Hawk Swim Club Raritan Valley YMCA Rough Rider Aquatic Club Ridgewood YMCA Breakers Rutgers University Swimming Scarlet Aquatics Sea Dragons Swimming Club Sino-US Warriors Aquatic Club Streamline Aquatics Club Summit Area YMCA Seals Seton Hall University Swimming Sussex County YMCA Somerset Hills YMCA Skyy Swim Team Stevens Sharks Somerset Valley YMCA The Atlantic Club The Tidal Wave Swim Team West Essex YMCA Wave Runners West Morris YMCA Wyckoff YMCA Whitewater Swimming Westfield YMCA X-Cel Swimming YMCA of Western Monmouth County The New Jersey LSC is run by its board of directors, elected by the House of Delegates
Vacation Playhouse was an American comedy and drama, broadcast during the Summer months on CBS from July 22, 1963–August 21, 1967. The series aired fifty episodes. Vacation Playhouse premiered on Monday, July 22, 1963 on CBS; the show aired as a Summer replacement for CBS's popular sitcom The Lucy Show which starred Lucille Ball. The series was a showcase for unaired Desilu, unsold television pilot films; this half hour anthology became a home for several failed attempts at episodic programing which did not make a final cut on to a prime time network fall schedule. Considered "dogs" among media insiders, this short run summer program became a successful outlet for a financial return on these shelved productions. Another incentive was the lesser expense compared to earlier original limited run summer "filler" shows with big-name hosts and guest stars. During its years, producers found a lack of first-run material on hand. During these final seasons, repeat broadcasts of shows from previous seasons began.
During its 1966 summer run, the series aired two repeats. For the 1967 final season, five new pilots and four repeats; the final episode aired Monday, August 21, 1967 after four years, five seasons, fifty episodes. The series was directed by actors Don Taylor, Richard Crenna and television producer/director Jack Donohue; the series was produced by Arthur Julian and Donohue. The series was filmed alternatively between the Desilu Studios and Television City; the series was produced with the association of Bing Crosby Productions, Desilu Productions, Four Star Television, Universal Television. Vacation Playhouse aired on Mondays from 8:30-9PM during its first and second seasons as a Summer replacement for The Lucy Show. During its third season, the series aired on Friday nights from 9:30-10PM as a Summer replacement for Gomer Pyle, U. S. M. C.. It returned to its previous time slot on Monday nights in 1966 and for a final run in the summer of 1967. Vacation Playhouse on IMDb Vacation Playhouse at TV.com