One of the things I'm still struggling to keep in mind is the fact that most of the paper that comes my way isn't really inherently valuable, it just conveys valuable information.
In line with some earlier suggestions, try to get in the habit of forcing yourself to extract that information from the paper, and then decide whether you really need the paper at all, or if there isn't a better, more accessible place, to store it.
I'd probably store the phone # and address of the club in my Palm phonebook, then attach the hours (and any other relevant information) as a note. I always have my Palm with me, so I'd always have that information, which is much more convenient and accessible than if I had to go to my filing cabinet to pull it out again.
However, if there is some reason why you want to keep the hard paper, then DA says on the CD of the seminar that we need to get over our aversion to making a filing for single piece of paper. I now have plenty of things in my reference filing that are singular items and it works fine.