ARTICLES     I,      II,      III,      IV,      V,      VI,      VII,      VIII,      IX,     X,,      XI,      XII,      XIII,       XIV,      XV,      AMMEND,

 

constitution

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS

ARTICLE I

NAME AND OFFICE

Section 1:         The name of the Corporation shall be the Philippine Bisayan Society of Nevada, Inc., herein referred to as PBSN. All references to the "Corporation" shall be to PBSN.

Section 2:         The principal office of the Corporation shall be in Las Vegas, Nevada.

ARTICLE II

OBJECTIVES                                                         TOP

Section 1:                                                                                                                                    

a.                   To foster unity, mutual respect, friendship, and cooperation among the members.

b.                  To encourage the economic, social, civic, cultural, educational development and opportunities of all members of the Corporation.

c.                   To work closely together for the success of all plans and activities of the Corporation.

d.                  To work for the establishment of an information center that will provide assistance to new Filipino residents in Nevada.

e.                   To extend moral, civic, and financial support to members of the
 Corporation in need of assistance.

f.                    To expand opportunities for Filipino youths to gain education, skills and experience to become responsible citizens.

g.                   To have all powers enumerated in Nevada Revised Statutes 81.350 seq.

Section 2:

a.                    The Corporation shall be non-partisan, non-sectarian, and non-profit whose members shall have the sole right to govern and control its activities through its duly elected officers Founders role is Section 10.

b.                    Non-partisan is defined as not supporting any political party.

c.                    Members are prohibited from using the PBSN for partisan political purposes.

ARTICLE III
See Amendment No. 6

MEMBERSHIP                                                                                                               TOP

Section 1:         FULL-FLEDGED MEMBERSHIP:  Any Bisayan-speaking Filipino, 18 years old or over residing in Nevada and whose interests are in accordance with the provisions of the purposes of the Corporation and further: ( Amended 4/15/95)

             a.        Whose roots are from the Visayas or Mindanao                                                  

Section 2:         AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIP:  Any person 18 years old or over residing in Nevada and whose interests are in accordance with the provisions of the purposes of the Corporation who are:

            a.         Spouses and/or dependents of full-fledged members.

Section 3:         HONORARY MEMBERSHIP AND CRITERIA:  Any person is eligible as honorary member upon recommendation of a full-fledged member, for:

a.                   Recognition of an outstanding achievement in his/her field of endeavor.

b.                  Financial contribution or recognition of an achievement or activity that helped promote the attainment of the Corporation's objectives and/or goals. An honorary member may make voluntary contributions  to the corporation.

            c.         Recognition of distinguished role in private or public leadership.

Section 4:         Any member shall be placed on the inactive list for non-payment of dues for 90 days; corresponding secretary shall carry out this provision through letter.

ARTICLE IV

MEETINGS                                                                                                                        TOP

Section 1:         GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING:  General membership meeting shall be held at least two (2) times a year; last meeting of the year shall be held in September, second Saturday.  Notification to the members shall be written and or phone call.

            a.         Amend the By-Laws.                                                                                        

            b.         Transact business pertaining to the affairs of the Corporation.

            c.         Review the financial report of the Treasurer.

            d.         Electing officers of the Corporation.

            e.         Place, date and time to be designated by the President.

            f.          Quorum shall be 50% + 1 of full-fledged members present.

Section 2:         OFFICERS MEETING:  Meeting of the officers shall be held every second Saturday of each month

            a.         Place, date and time to be designated by the officers.

            b.         Written and or phone notification.

Section 3:         SPECIAL MEETING:  A special meeting can be called at the request of five officers with letter or phone notification which will include the reason (s) for the meeting.

Section 4:         QUORUM AT OFFICERS MEETINGS:  Quorum requirements will be stated as mandatory steps to follow:

a.                   50% + 1 based on the total number of officers.  If quorum cannot be established then follow b.

b.                  50% + 1 of total number of officers counting founders present who are not officers. If quorum cannot be established, then follow c.

            c.         30% of total number of officers.

Section 5:         VOTING:  Each full-fledged member shall be entitled to one (1) vote in person.  No proxies shall be permitted or accepted.  No affiliate member shall be permitted to vote.

Section 6:         REGISTER OF MEMBERS: 

a.                   The Secretary of the Corporation shall maintain a current Register of Members containing the name, address, acceptance and expiration date of membership of each member.  Such Register shall be prima facie evidence as to who are the members at any given time entitled to vote.

b.                  The Secretary of the Corporation shall maintain an active and inactive list of members.

ARTICLE V
See Amendment No. 6

MEMBERSHIP FEES                                                                                TOP

Section 1:         Full-fledged members shall pay a membership fee of fifteen dollars ($15.00) payable upon signing of membership application.                                                                                      

Section 2:         Affiliate members shall pay a membership fee of fifteen dollars ($15.00) payable upon signing of membership application.

Section 3:         Annual membership fee for the current year for full-fledged and affiliate members shall be paid no later than March 31st of the year.

a.                   A renewal fee of annual membership shall be paid every twelve months after acceptance. A 90-day grace period may be granted before a member becomes inactive for not paying the membership dues. This will include statement about insurance coverage language statement; subject to adjust as needed.

b.                  All full-fledged members are covered with Accidental Death and Dismemberment insurance but coverage ends after 90 days lapse of payment of dues as well as policy grace period.

c.                   A one time fee of two hundred ($200) dollars may be paid to become a lifetime member of the Corporation (Amended 9/18/99).

Section 4:         Membership fee is non-refundable, except when application has been denied.

ARTICLE VI

OFFICERS                                                                                                  TOP

Section 1:         The officers of the Corporation shall be selected from full-fledged members of good standing and shall consist of a President, Executive Vice-President, Vice-President for Administration, Vice-President for Luzon, Vice-President for Visayas, Vice-President for Mindanao, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, Auditor, Group Public Relations Officers (GPRO), one position automatically created for every 40 members of the Society, Publication Officer, and two (2) Peace Officers.  No person may hold more than one office at the same time (Amended 4/4/92). See Amendment No. 5

Section 2:         ELECTION:  The officers of the Corporation shall be elected bi-annually by          full-fledged members of the Corporation at the Corporation's bi- annual election of officers. The candidate officer(s) garnering the highest number of votes by secret ballot shall be proclaimed elected.  A candidate with the next highest number of votes shall be proclaimed in case an elected officer will not accept her/his position.  A coin flip settles a tie.  If the majority of voting members is not present, the President may call a special meeting for the purpose of election only, no later than the end of the month of November.

Section 3:         The term of office shall be for one (2) year commencing on January 1st.  No officer can serve more than two (4) consecutive years.

Section 4:         Each officer shall hold office until the end of his/her term, and until his/her successor shall have been duly elected and sworn in.

Section 5a:       RECALL: Any officer of the Corporation may be recalled for the following:  

            1.         Misappropriation of funds.

            2.         Gross inefficiency in the performance of duties and responsibilities.

            3.         Gross misconduct.

            4.         Gross violation of the Constitution & By-Laws.

 Section 5b       The procedures for conducting a recall are as follows:   

1.                  Ten percent (10%) of full-fledged membership may submit a petition for recall to the Grievance Committee.

2.                  The Grievance Committee shall conduct an investigation and submit a report of its findings and recommendations to the officers and full-fledged membership during quarterly, or special meeting called for that purpose.

3.                  At the meeting, the officer in question shall be given the opportunity to defend himself/herself.  Thereafter, the full-fledged membership shall vote on the question of recall by a simple majority.

Section 6:         Should an officer voluntarily resign prior to the end of his/her term for personal reasons arising from a family crisis, job transfer or ill health, or is in violation of Article VI, Section 5a, the officers of the Corporation may appoint a full-fledged member to act as and assume the duties and responsibilities of the resigning officer, not later than twenty (20) days after the vacancy of such office.  The interim officer may hold office until the end of the resigning officer's term only.

Section 7:         No affiliate member may be elected to any office of the Corporation.

Section 8:         ATTENDANCE:  Any officer who knowingly fails to attend two (2) consecutive unexcused absence, a letter of warnings will be sent by the secretary

a.                   After the 3rd absence, a letter will be sent notifying officer of loss of position and appearance before the board.  If no response at the 4th meeting appointment by the board of replacement shall take place.

b.                  For non-consecutive unexcused absences: After the 2nd absence, send a letter of warning, after the 3rd absence, send a letter of notification of loss of position.  If no response in the 4th meeting, the board will appoint a replacement.

ARTICLE VII

OFFICERS' DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES                                        TOP

Section 1:         The duly elected officers form the governing body of the Corporation.  They shall have general and active management of the business affairs of the Corporation, including budget, plans and activities, decision-making policies of the Corporation, and shall see that all orders are carried into effect. (Amended 9/18/99)

Section 2:         PRESIDENT - As Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation, shall:                   

            a.         Prepare the agenda for all meetings of the Corporation.

            b.         Preside over all meetings held by the Corporation.

c.                   Manage the administrative, operational, and budgetary matters of the Corporation.

d.                  Co-sign with the Treasurer all checks, drafts, vouchers and other orders for the     payment of monies, notes, or other evidences of indebtedness issued in the name of the Corporation.

e.                   Call for an emergency or special meeting as needs arise to address important matters affecting the Corporation.

f.                    Create standing committees and appoint chairpersons of said committees.

g.                   Employ persons or firms other than the members of the Corporation to assist the Corporation carry out its programs and purposes upon approval by the officers.

            h.         Perform other tasks as required by the position.

Section 3:         EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT - shall perform all duties and responsibilities of the President in his/her absence, incapacity, or demise. He/she shall act as liaison officer between the President and all standing committees created by the President and those under the different executive offices.

Section 4A:      VICE-PRESIDENT FOR ADMINISTRATION - shall assist the President with all his/her administrative functions and shall act as coordinator of activities among Group Public Relation Officers.  He/she shall assign specific names of members to GPROs for follow up of program implementation as  needed (Amended 4/4/92).

Section 4B:       VICE-PRESIDENT FOR LUZON - shall assist the President with all his/her administrative functions relating to the interest of membership from Luzon (Amended 4/4/92).

Section 4C:      VICE-PRESIDENT FOR VISAYAS - shall assist the President with all his/her administrative functions relating to the interest of membership from Visayas (Amended 4/4/92).

Section 4D:      VICE-PRESIDENT FOR MINDANAO - shall assist the President with all his/her administrative functions relating to the interest of membership from Mindanao (Amended 4/4/92).

Section 5A:      SECRETARY - as custodian of the records and documents of the Corporation, shall:

a.                   Notify the members of the Corporation of all meetings of the Corporation in accordance with the provisions prescribed in Article IV, Section 5. Corporation and such authority may be general or confined to specific instances.

            b.         Record and maintain minutes of all meetings of the Corporation.

            c.         Read all the minutes of previous meetings.

d.                  Call the roll of members before the business meetings begin to determine the quorum.

e.                   Coordinate with the public relations officer in disseminating information about the Corporation.

f.                    Keep a Register of Members in accordance with the provisions prescribed in Article IV, Section 8.

            g.         Keep a record of appointments and scheduled events.

            h.         Perform other tasks as assigned by the President.

Section 5B:       ASSISTANT SECRETARY: - shall assist and/or assume the responsibilities of the Secretary for records in the later s absence, and shall coordinate the Secretary s functions for special projects or events (Amended 4/4/92).

Section 6A:      TREASURER -  as the finance officer of the Corporation, shall:

a.                   Collect all fees, dues, and funds payable to the Corporation.

b.                  Co-sign with the President all checks, drafts, vouchers, or

c.                   Other orders for the payment of monies, notes, or other evidences of                indebtedness issued in the name of the Corporation. Keep and maintain books belonging to the Corporation.

d.                  Responsible for full and accurate accounting of all receipts and disbursements.

e.                   Deposit all monies, securities, and other valuable effects in the name of the Corporation.

f.                    Submit a report to the President and general membership at regular meetings of the Corporation and whenever requested by them, an account of all his/her transactions as Treasurer and the financial condition of the Corporation.

            g.         Perform other tasks as required by the position.

g.                   For extraordinary/unexpected disbursements of $300.00 and over shall be voted upon per quorum requirements and shall be disbursed in the form of a check.

Section 6B:       ASSISTANT TREASURER - shall assist and/or assume the responsibilities of the Treasurer in the later s absence, and shall coordinate the Treasurer s functions for special projects or events (Amended 4/4/92).                                             

Section 7:         AUDITOR - as the verifying officer of the financial accounts of the Corporation, shall:

a.                   Audit quarterly the books of the Corporation.

b.                  Submit a report to the President and membership at  regular meetings and whenever requested by them, a  report of any discrepancies, findings, and recommendations in his/her audit of the accounting procedures used by the office of the Treasurer.

c.                   Ensure the disbursement of funds is in accordance with objectives of the Corporation.

d.                  Countersign the financial report of the Treasurer.

e.                   Co-sign with the President and Treasurer all checks, drafts, vouchers, or other orders over $300. (Amended 9/18/99)

f.                  Perform other tasks as required by the position.

g.                 The duties and responsibilities of Auditor is assumed by the Executive Vice President in the absence of the Auditor (Amended 4/3/94).

Section 8A:      GROUP PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER - as the Corporation s liaison to about 40 members in his/her group, shall:

a.                   Keep track of all activities of the Corporation and disseminate information to the members in the form of newsletter, flyers, promotional leaflets, etc.

b.                  Contact public and private agencies for services and facilities for social gatherings of the members of the Corporation.

c.                   Coordinate with membership committees in establishing an information center for new Filipino residents in Nevada.

            d.         Submit publication of any kind for approval by the President.

d.                  Work on programs and projects necessary to accomplish the objectives of the Corporation.

            f.          Perform other tasks as required by the position.

Section 8B:       PUBLICATION OFFICER - shall be responsible for compilation of news items and pictures for the publication of the Corporation.  He/she may solicit help from the officers and members for the timely release of distribution of newsletter, flyers, and periodicals as needed.

Section 9:         PEACE OFFICER - as the police officer of the Corporation, shall:

a.                   Maintain peace and order in any meeting or affairs of the Corporation.

b.                  Ensure that all members of the Corporation abide with the Laws of      Nevada regarding the use of intoxicated substances and/or drugs in any social gatherings of the Corporation.

            c.         Perform other tasks as required by the position.

Section 10:       FOUNDERS - Founders role shall be:

            a.         At the officers meeting, vote when counted as part of a quorum.

b.                  As replacement for resigned officers (voluntary).

c.                   Help in review of Constitution and By Laws when historical perspective is needed.

ARTICLE VIII

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY                                                        

Section 1:         The Corporation shall comply with all Federal, State, and local Affirmative Actions, Equal Employment Opportunity and other such laws, statutes, and regulations.                           

ARTICLE IX

CONTRACTS, DEPOSITS, DONATIONS, LIABILITIES AND
INDEMNIFICATION                                                                                
TOP

Section 1:         CONTRACTS:  The President, with the consent of the officers at the officers' meeting, may enter into any contract or execute and deliver any instrument in the name of or on behalf of the

 Section 2:        DEPOSITS:  All funds of the Corporation shall be deposited within ten (10) working days to the credit of the Corporation in such banks, financial institution(s), or other depositories as the Officers may select.

Section 3:         DONATIONS:  The officers of the Corporation may accept, on behalf of the        Corporation, any contribution, gift, bequest, or devise for the general purpose or for any special purpose of the Corporation.

Section 4:         NO PERSONAL LIABILITY:  The officers and members of the Board of Directors shall not be personally liable for the debts, liabilities or obligations of the Corporation.

Section 5:         INDEMNIFICATION OF BOARD MEMBERS AND OFFICERS:   Each officer and member of the Board of Directors shall be indemnified by the Corporation against expenses and losses sustained, including any amount paid or attributable to settlement reasonably incurred by him or her in connection with any suit, or proceeding to which he or she may be made a party or a witness by reason of having been an officer of the Corporation (whether or not he or she continues to be an officer at the time of incurring such expenses), except in relation to matters as to which he or she shall be adjudged in such action, suit, or proceeding, by the membership, to have been derelict in the performance of duty as such an officer.  The foregoing right of indemnification shall not be exclusive of other rights to which he or she may be entitled as a matter of law. Additional compensation for services rendered and reimbursement for expenses incurred ( including any amount paid in settlement of any action), shall be determined from time to time by the membership.  

ARTICLE X 

FISCAL YEAR

The fiscal year of the Corporation shall begin on the first day of January and end on the last day of December of each year.

ARTICLE XI

STANDING COMMITTEES                                                                      TOP

Section 1:         COMMITTEE ON ELECTIONS:                                                                   

            a. Consists of a Chairman and two (2) members.

            b.  Accepts nominations of candidates for the offices.

            c.   Reviews the qualifications of candidates.

            d.  Conducts the election, certify and proclaim the winners.

            e.  May deputize additional members as needed.

Section 2:         MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE:

            a.  Consists of a Chairman and two (2) members.

            b.  Recruits members.

            c.  Screens and approves applications for membership.

Section 3:         GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE:

             a.  Consists of a Chairman and four (4) members.

             b.  Hears complaints and grievances from members and submit a report of its  findings and
                  recommendations to the President.

              c.  Recalls an officer in the manner hereinafter provided in Article VI, Sections5a and 5b.  

Section 4:         YOUTH ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE:

            a.         Consists of a Chairman and two (2) members.

            b.         Plans and organizes activities for the youth members of the Corporation.

Section 5:         SOCIAL & CULTURAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE:

            a.         Consists of a Chairman and four (4) members.

d.                  Plans and organizes social and cultural activities.

e.                   Works closely with the Public Relations Officers in establishing an information center for new Filipino residents.

            d.         Gives awards to deserving members of the Corporation.

Section 6:         WAYS & MEANS COMMITTEE:

            a.         Consists of a Chairman and two (2) members.

            b.         Plans and organizes fund-raising activities.

Section 7:         CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS COMMITTEE:

a.                   Consists of a Chairman and two (2) members.

b.                  Reviews proposed amendments and make recommendation to the board.

ARTICLE XII

BOARD OF ADVISORS

Section 1:         The Board of Advisors and founders of the Corporation shall constitute of not less than five (5) nor more than twenty (20).  They shall be appointed by the President and shall be designated Honorary Members of the Corporation.  The Board of Advisors and founders may attend any meeting of the Corporation, but may not have voting rights.  They may serve as advisors to the Corporation and may make voluntary contributions and/or donations for the financial support of the Corporation.

ARTICLE XIII

AMENDMENTS                                                                                         TOP

Section 1:         The Board of PBSN and the committee of the Constitution and By-Laws can propose change and amendments to the board.

Section 2:         The 50 % + 1 full-fledged members present in a general membership meeting can propose, change and amend the Constitution and By-Laws.      

ARTICLE XIV

ORDER OF BUSINESS                                                                              TOP

The order of business at the meetings shall be as follows:

Section 1.         INVOCATION

Section 2.         CALL TO ORDER AND ESTABLISHMENT OF QUORUM

Section 3.         READING AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING

Section 4.         READING AND APPROVAL OF FINANCIAL REPORT.

Section 5.         COMMITTEE REPORT

Section 6.         UNFINISHED BUSINESS / ACTION ITEMS          

Section 7.         NEW BUSINESS / ACTION ITEMS             

Section 8.         ANNOUNCEMENTS / INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

Section 9.         ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEXT MEETING S PLACE / TIME / DATE

Section 10.       ADJOURNMENT PHILIPPINE BISAYAN SOCIETY OF NEVADA, INC.      

ARTICLE XV

RATIFICATION                                                                                          TOP

The Philippine Bisayan Society of Nevada By-Laws as hereby described is hereforth ratified in the City of Las Vegas, Nevada on February 23, 1991.  In witness hereof, the organizers and members of the Board of Directors hereby affix their signatures to bind themselves to the birth of the society.

 

            JEAN P. CELEMIN                                        MARTIN C. CELEMIN         

 

            BIENVENIDA R. DURANO                          CESAR P. DURANO             

           

            NADIA C. JURANI                                       ROMEO S. JURANI

 

            NORA R. RODRIGUEZ                                 JAIME C. SANTIAGO          

 

            LUCYLYN A. SANTIAGO                            EVELYN A. SAYRE             

 

            LORNA R. SODUPE                                      NICOLAS G. WARQUE

 

 

 


AMMENDMENTS:

Amendment No. 5

Constitutional Amendment to Article VI,  Section 1
(As amended on April 14, 2001 by the General Membership Meeting)

From: Section 1

The officers of the Corporation shall be selected from full-fledged members of good standing and shall consist of a President, Executive Vice President (VP), VP for Administration, VP for Luzon, VP for Visayas, VP for Mindanao, Secretary, Asst Secretary, Treasurer, Asst. Treasurer, Auditor, Group Public Relations Officers (GPRO), one position automatically created for every 40 members of the Society, Publication Officer, and two (2) Peace Officers. No person may hold more than one office at the same time.

To: Sections 1.a, 1.b, and 1.c (Changes are underlined and bolded)                                        TOP

1.a       The officers of the Corporation shall be selected from full-fledged members of good standing and shall consist of a President. Executive Vice President (VP). VP for Administration. VP for Luzon, VP for Visayas. VP for Mindanao, Secretary, Asst. Secretary, Treasurer, Asst. Treasurer and Auditor.

1.b       Group Public Relations Officers (GPRO), one position automatically created for every 40 members of the Society. Publication Officer and two (2) Peace Officers. The GPRO. Publication Officer. and Peace Officers may not be a Bisayan -speaking person.

1.c
       No person may hold more than one office at the same time. (As amended 4/4/92,4/14/01).

The Board of Officers and the Committee of the Constitution and By-Laws recommend the approval of the proposed constitutional amendment to give any bona fide non-Bisayan speaking PBSN member the opportunity to serve as GPRO and Peace Officers for our Society.

Submitted by: Constitution and By-Laws Committee

    Evelyn Sayre                                        Belen Gabato.                                        Nora Rodriguez.
     Chairperson                                             Member                                                 Member

 


Amendment No. 6

Proposed Amendments to PBSN Constitution and By-Laws

Presented and Reviewed July 9, 2011 and August 13, 2011

  Constitutional Amendment to Article III and Article V
(As amended on __________, 2011 by the General Membership Meeting)

  1. Combine Article III Membership and ARTICLE V Membership Fees

 

 

ARTICLE III

 

MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES/FEES/INSURANCE COVERAGE

 

SECTION 1: full fledged membership: Any Filipino, 18 years old, or older, residing in the United States, who believes in the mission of the Philippine Bisayan Society of Nevada (PBSN), and:

 

  1. Who speaks Bisayan and or whose origin is from the Visayas or Mindanao
  2. Who pays membership dues as approved by the Board upon signing of the membership application, and annually thereafter.

 

SECTION 2 AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIP: Any person 18 years old, or older, residing in the United States, who believes in the mission of the Philippine Bisayan Society of Nevada (PBSN), and:

 

  1. Who is the immediate relative of the full-fledged member
  2. Who pays membership dues as approved by the Board upon signing of the membership application, and annually thereafter.

 

SECTION 3: HONORARY MEMBERSHIP AND CRITERIA: Any person recommended by a full-fledged member, and approved by the Board, as:

 

  1. being a person of good moral character and who supports the mission of PBSN.
  2. Being recognized for their distinguished role in private, or public leadership.

 

SECTION 4: LIFETIME MEMBER: Any full-fledged or affiliate member who paid a one-time fee of two hundred ($200) dollars.

 

SECTION 5: ACTIVE MEMBER: Any full-fledged, or affiliate member who is current in their membership dues. A life-time member is ALWAYS considered as an Active member for the life of the association.

 

SECTION 6: INACTIVE MEMBER: Any full-fledged or affiliate member who fails to submit the annual membership renewal fee as proposed by the Board. The Secretary shall carry out this provision through a letter to the inactive member.

 

 

 

SECTION 7: MEMBERSHIP FEE: Annual membership renewal fee, as approved by the Board, for the current year for full-fledged and affiliate members, shall be paid no later than January 31st of the year. There is no Grace Period.

Membership fee is non-refundable, except when application is denied.

 

SECTION 8: INSURANCE COVERAGE: All full-fledged, affiliate, and life-time members are covered with Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance. Coverage ends if the member becomes inactive due to failure to submit annual renewal dues by January 31st of each year. Membership and insurance coverage are reactivated upon receipt of the renewal fee and in accordance with the provisions of the Insurance Company.

 

 

Submitted by:

 

Constitution and By-Laws Committee

Evelyn Sayre, Chair Person

Belen Gabato, Member

Martin Celemin, Member

Gary Sayre, Member attending for Lym Galon

 

Committee Meeting held on July 6, 2011 at 1600 hors at the Gabato’s Residence

 

 


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