Article Index

                             ARTICLE V


  1. President: The President shall preside at all meetings of the club and assure that all actions are within the scope of established guide lines. He or she shall decide questions of order and sign all official documents that are adopted by the club, and none other, and perform all other customary activities associated with the executive position of an organization.
  1. Vice-President: The Vice-President shall assume the duties of the President at meetings when the President is absent. He or she shall assume the duties of the President in full in cases where the President is not available and the interest of the club would be served by timely action. Full duties of the President shall also be assumed in the case of office vacation by the President

and until election of a President can be effected.  The Vice-President shall also serve as chairman of the program committee.                                                                       

  1. Secretary: The Secretary shall keep a written record of all club proceedings in the form of minutes, and he or she shall have this record, with the Constitution and By-Laws, available at all regular meetings. As the need arises, the Secretary shall make written changes to the Constitution and By-Laws as adopted by the voting membership. In addition, the Secretary shall prepare and record all club correspondence, and he or she shall maintain a current roll of the membership.
  1. Treasurer: The Treasurer shall collect and dispense club finances, and he or she shall maintain an accurate record of these finances. The Treasurer shall present an up-to-date report of club finances at each regular club meeting. He or she shall be the officer who signs all checks and other documents pertaining to club finances.


                             ARTICLE VI


  1. Definition and Purpose: The By-Laws of the club consist of detailed rules and regulations which are necessary for proper administration of club activities. These laws supplement the Constitution and may not modify or surpass the limitations established by the Constitution.
  1. Adoption, Modification, and Revocation: A By-Law may be proposed by any voting member at any scheduled general meeting. The specific wording of the By-Law must be presented in written form to the presiding officer. The proposal will be promulgated in a newsletter and acted upon in the following regular general meeting.  By-Laws shall be adopted, modified, or revoked by a two-thirds majority of those members present and voting.  Revocations and modifications shall be affected by the same procedures for new By-Laws.


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