CONSTITUTION OF AMERICAN LEGION POST 162, LORTON, VIRGINIA, INCORPORATED PREAMBLE For God and Country, we associate ourselves together for the following purposes: To uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America; to maintain law and order; to foster and perpetuate a one hundred percent. presiding officer, but should also set the pace in getting the work done. S/he is non-partisan when president, seeing that the members are equal, regard- less of the question of the debate. It is the responsibility of the president to: Know the constitution and by-laws of the organization Study the objectives and procedures of the organization.
Constitution and By-Laws. Proposed on August 10, 2011. CONSTITUTION ARTICLE I. to urge members and breeders to accept the standard of the breed as approved by The American Kennel Club as the only standard of excellence by which Czechoslovakian Vlcaks shall be judged c to do all in its power to protect and advance the interests of the. Officers, members, constitution, and by-laws, reports Annual 1889- Issue for 1889 includes reports and accounts from Dec. 31, 1887 through Feb. 5, 1889. Grolier Culb. Grolier Culb. Officers, committees, certificate of incorporation, constitution, by-laws, house rules, members 1056-3768 DLC 91649076. May 07, 2009 · A The Charter Members of the Westville Fire Department shall retain the same rights and privileges that they had as members of the former Independent and Union Fire Companies of the Borough of Westville. B All nouns and pronouns in the masculine gender utilized in this Constitution and By-Laws shall be construed to include the female gender. It shall consist of the officers named in Article IV, the immediate past-president, and nine members-at-large. Three members-at-large shall be elected by mailed ballot each year, each to serve a three-year term. If there are more than three candidates on the ballot, the three receiving the highest number of votes shall be deemed elected.
the duties specifically mentioned elsewhere in the Constitution and By-Laws. It may call the Board of Directors into special session. It may ballot the Board of Directors on any matter provided that a ballot for proposed changes to the Constitution and By-Laws shall be conducted in. Full text of "Constitution, by-laws, officers, membership" See other formats E 202.3 N12 Copy 1 Nebraska Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Constitution. Membership. 1896. 1 896. Nebraska Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Constitution, By-Laws, Officers.
Constitution to members. After the second Extraordinary General Assembly, a new Constitution was legally deposited on September 30th, 1997 at the Prefecture of the Bouches-du-Rhône by its three Founding Members, namely Dr. Mahmoud Abu-Zeid, its President, Mr. René Coulomb and Aly Shady, its Vice Presidents, and its Treasurer, Léonard Bays. Annual 1889- Issue for 1889 includes reports and accounts from Dec. 31, 1887 through Feb. 5, 1889. Grolier Culb. Officers, committees, certificate of incorporation, constitution, by-laws, house rules, members 1056-3768 DLC 91649076 OCoLC23595734. A notice of proposed changes in the Constitution and By-Laws shall be sent to all members at least fifteen 15 days prior to the date of balloting. This notice shall state whether the balloting will be by mail or at the Annual Meeting or at a special meeting. The Constitution and By-Laws may be amended by a two-thirds 2/3 vote of the ballots cast. Bylaws should expand upon the articles of the constitution and provide specific information that members can refer to in day-to-day business. 3 Differences Whether you’re founding a new club at your college or chartering a multinational nonprofit organization, writing and adopting both of.
The Constitution may be amended by a two-step process. First:The amendment must have a two-thirds 2/3 majority of the voting members present at the Annual Membership Meeting or at a meeting called as provided by the By-Laws, on notice which shall set forth the proposed amendments. Section A. The officers of the Association shall be a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Parliamentarian and two members at large. The officers shall perform the duties prescribed by this Constitution and By-Laws and by parliamentary authority adopted by the body and/or Roberts Rules of. The spouse of a deceased Member shall be permitted to continue such Membership in his or her own name and shall thereafter abide by the Constitution, By-Laws, Rules and Regulations of the Club, and policies and procedures established by the Board of Trustees. The members of the Club shall adopt and may from time to time revise such by-laws as may be required to carry out these objects. By-Laws Article I: Membership. SECTION 1. Eligibility. There shall be five types of membership as described below. This Constitution and By-Laws shall take effect upon its approval. Section 2. The amendments under Article XIV shall take effect in 2013 during the next term of officers.
The Board of Directors shall be composed of the officers, the immediate past-president, and two members of the club and shall function in accordance with the By-Laws Article 7: Election The officers and directors shall be elected annually in May and take office the following July 1st. The officers shall hold office for a term of one year. d The CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall consist of a Chairman and two members. They shall maintain continuous study of the Constitution and By-Laws for the purpose of furnishing interpretations when requested by an officer or member of the Association and for the purpose of offering improvements or clarifications in the form of modifications. By-laws shall be reviewed yearly by a Committee of five, which includes the President. The changes in the By-laws shall be presented at the April Board Meeting, listed in the May Newsletter and voted on at the May General Meeting. Dues. The dues of active members of Omaha Artists, Inc. shall be $22.00 per year until changed by a vote of the. BY-LAWS – ARTICLE 8 Termination of Elected Officers and/or Appointees I. An elected officer or member of any Committee shall be dismissed from his/her position for conduct unbecoming a member or for bringing discredit upon the Association.
He shall, as Executive Officer, see that all provisions of the Constitution and By-Laws are strictly enforced and all resolutions and orders adopted by the Association at it's meetings are promptly executed and he shall have general supervisory control of the affairs of the Association, and shall report at the annual meeting of it's progress. The Constitution and By-Laws Committee is tasked with developing changes to the Constitution and By-laws as may be required, reviewing changes proposed by members and recommending changes to the Board of Directors. The Committee also drafts Resolutions for the Board of Directors to be presented at the Annual Conference. He or she shall appoint with the advice and consent of the Board, the members to all committees as are authorized by the Constitution and By-Laws of the association and shall see that all officers faithfully and impartially perform their respective duties.
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