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ByLaws

Date adopted: November 20, 2008; Revised February 24, 2011

AMENDED BY-LAWS OF

REIA OF NORTH CENTRAL INDIANA, INC.

Article 1. NAME

The name of this Association shall be “REIA of North Central Indiana, Inc.” and shall be referred to in the By-Laws as “the Association”.

Article 2. MISSION STATEMENT

To provide rental property owners and investors with a better education in handling rental and investment properties through which they may work for the better image of the property, the investor, and the community at large.

Article 3:  PURPOSE

Section 1: To act as coordinator on all issues of mutual interest to our industry.

Section 2: To collect and disseminate information pertaining to property management and operations.

Section 3: To promote integrity and sound business methods and services.

Section 4: To create, advance, and maintain good relations between the industry and the general public.

Article 4: MEMBERSHIP AND DUES

Section 1: Membership shall be comprised of two (2) categories:

  1. 1. Regular Memberships: those individuals who are interested in real estate investing and who have met their financial obligation to the organization.
  2. 2. Junior Memberships: those individuals under the age of 18.

Section 1.1: No one convicted of fraud or another crime involving dishonesty shall be allowed membership in our organization, to hold office, to advertise in our newsletter or our publications, to advertise at our events, or to speak at any meetings.  Any person or entity denied membership shall have the right to appeal to the Board for reinstatement.

Section 2: The Board of Directors may establish membership classes at their discretion.

Section 3: The Board of Directors shall have the ability to set dues for all membership categories.

Section 4: Each regular membership will be entitled to one vote.  Except as otherwise provided in these By-Laws, the vote of a simple majority of regular members present will be sufficient for any action.  New membership applications will be approved or declined within 30 days by the membership committee.

Section 5: Regular membership shall vote on changes to By-Laws, election of officers and directors.

Section 6: Two related persons or partners may hold one membership by paying only one annual membership dues.  However, the paid membership will have only one vote on any issue to come before the membership for vote.  One membership is to consist of one individual.  (This change takes effect with 2012 membership.  Passed 2/24/11 (19 to 3)).

Section 7: Annual dues are in the amount which will be set by the Board of Directors for that particular year.

 

Article 5: OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AND ELECTIONS

Section 1: The officers of the Association include: a President, a Vice President, a Secretary, a Treasurer, a Sergeant-at-Arms, and a Program Chairperson. The officers shall be elected annually at the November meeting.  They shall serve for one year or until their successors are installed.

Section 2: The term of all of the officers except the Program Chairperson will commence on January 1 of the year for which that officer is elected and shall conclude on December 31 of that year.  The term of the Program Chairperson will commence on April 1 of the year for which that officer is elected and shall conclude on March 31 of the following year.

Section 3: The President will appoint a Nominating Committee by the August Board meeting of the year of the President’s term.

Section 4: The Nominating Committee will conduct the election for officers and directors at the November meeting to serve in the upcoming year.

 

Section 5: Each of the elected officers will automatically serve on the Board of Directors.

 

Section 6: A vacancy occurring in any office or on the Board of Directors will be filled by a majority vote of the Board of Directors present at the next meeting of the Board of Directors until the next regular election.

Section 7: An officer or a director may be removed from office by a vote of two thirds     (2/3 ‘s) of the members present at any regular membership meeting, provided the proposal for removal has first been presented to the Board of Directors at a regular Board of Director’s meeting.

Article 6: DUTIES OF THE OFFICERS

Section 1: The President will preside at all meetings of the Association and at the Board of Director’s meetings; will be an ex-officio member of all committees, except the nominating committee; will be the official spokesperson for the organization; and will perform all other duties usually pertaining to the office.  The President will have no vote at any Board of Director’s meeting or membership meeting, unless there is a tie on a particular issue, in which case the President will cast the deciding vote.  The President will also have no vote for the following year’s officers or directors unless there is still a tie after three ballots. In January, the Board will appoint an accountant to audit the books of the prior year’s treasurer.

Section 2: The Vice President will act as an aide to the President, Secretary, and Program Chair and will perform the duties of the President in his or her absence.

Section 3: The Secretary will keep an accurate record of all Association meetings, Board of Director’s meetings.  The Secretary will perform such other duties as may be delegated to him/her.

Section 4: The Treasurer will receive all monies of the Association and will keep an accurate record of receipts and expenditures.  The Treasurer will present a statement of account at every meeting and at other times when requested by the Board of Directors, and will chair the budget committee.

Section 5: The Program Chairperson will be responsible for submitting ideas for guest speakers for approval to the Board, coordinating programs, contacting speakers, and soliciting program ideas.

 

Section 6: The Sergeant-at-Arms will maintain order during the Association meetings, the Board of Director’s meetings, will have full knowledge of the By-Laws and parliamentary procedure, will chair the By-Law’s committee, and will perform other duties as delegated by the President.

Section 7: No officer shall have any actual authority to bind or expend Association funds without a majority vote of the Board of Directors.

Article 7: BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

Section 1: The Board of Directors will consist of fourteen (14) directors consisting of the six (6) elected officers, and eight (8) additional Association members who have been elected to serve as directors.  Each of the fourteen (14) elected directors (except the President) will have one vote on any issue presented to the Board of Directors, and only the elected directors will be able to vote on matters to come before the Board of Directors.  If a husband and wife or a person and that person’s partner hold only one membership but each of the persons has been elected to the Board of Directors, then each Board member will still have one vote on any issue.  To be eligible to run for or serve on the Board of Directors, the person must be a member of the Association.

Section 2: No action may be taken by the Board of Directors without a majority of Board members being present at the meeting.

Section 3: The duties of the Board of Directors will be:

(a) to transact necessary Association business;

(b) to approve or disapprove all proposed individual expenditures for less than $2,500 and to consider and to make recommendations to the membership on proposals for expenditures for more than $2,500;

(c) to approve the plans of work of the standing committees;

(d) to vote on replacement of officers or directors;

(e) to recommend changes to the By-Laws; and

(f) to approve the plans for any workshops or other special presentations or gatherings in the name of the Association.

 

Section 4: A Board of Director’s meeting of the Association will be held monthly.

Section 5: A special meeting of the Board of Directors may be called by the President or at the request of a 51% majority of the Board of Directors to the President.  Special meetings may not take place via phone, e-mail, conference call or poll.  All Board members must be notified no later than three (3) business days prior to the special meeting.  Said notice must include the date, time, place and topic or purpose for the meeting.  No un-declared topics may be discussed or voted upon at the special meeting.  A quorum (2/3 of the Board members) must meet in an appropriate place accessible to all, with open dialogue so that all may hear each member present and consider their discussion prior to taking any vote.  A quorum at the table is required to hold the meeting and a two-thirds (2/3’s) majority vote of those present is required to pass a motion.  The secretary, or one appointed, shall take appropriate notes to be labeled with the time, date, place, topic and the names of those present.

Section 6: There will be no proxy votes at any meetings of the Association.

Section 7: At the December meeting of the Board of Directors, each officer and each committee chairperson will submit a written report concerning the year’s activities of that office or that committee.  At that meeting, each officer and each committee chairperson will also submit a preliminary budget for the following year’s activities of that office or committee.

Section 8: Any member of the Association may attend a meeting of the Board of Directors.  A member may speak at a Board of Director’s meeting subject to the Board of Directors.

Article 8: ASSOCIATION MEETINGS

Section 1: A regular meeting of this Association will be held monthly on the fourth Thursday of each month, unless the Board of Directors changes the date for a monthly meeting.

Section 2: Special Association meetings may be called by the Board of Directors.  Every reasonable effort will be made to notify all members of any special meeting of the Association.

Section 3: Every paid member of the Association will be allowed to attend the Association meetings (excluding conferences/workshops) without charge.

Section 4: No action may be taken by the general membership without prior presentation and discussion of the proposed action at a Board of Director’s Directors.

Article 9: STANDING COMMITTEES

Section 1: The following chairpersons of standing committees will be appointed by the President by January 1 (except the Nominating Chairperson, who must be selected by the August Board meeting), and these committees will serve the following roles:

(a) Budget – The Chairperson is responsible to accept the proposed budgets from the prior year’s officers and committee chairpersons.  The Chairperson is also responsible to request budgets from this year’s officers and committee chairpersons at the January Board of Director’s meeting and to submit those budgets to the Board of Directors at the February Board of Directors meeting.  The Treasurer will chair the budget committee.

(b) By-Laws – The By-Laws committee will review the By-Laws and make recommendations to the Board of Directors for any changes needed.  The Sergeant-at-Arms will serve as the Chairperson of the By-Laws committee.

(c) Communications and Public Relations – The Chairperson will promote meetings, activities, and interests of the Association and develop relationships in the community at largeThe Chairperson is responsible for all internal information including newsletter, website, voice mail and P. O. Box.

(d) Conference/Workshop – The Chairperson is responsible for organizing and coordinating all annual educational events.

(f) Legislative – The Chairperson shall coordinate with the public relations chair to be proactive with legislative issues at the local, state, and national levels affecting landlords and real estate investors..

(g) Membership – The Chairperson is responsible for promoting membership and maintaining membership records and procedures as approved by the Board of Directors.

(h) Nominating – The Chairperson is responsible for finding persons who are willing to run for each office and for each director position for the succeeding year.

(i)  Librarian – The Chairperson shall develop and maintain the library.

Section 2: Each Chairperson will also select at least one other member to serve on his/her committee.  The Chairperson (or a committee member in the Chairperson’s absence) will also attend and report at any Board of Director’s meeting at the request of the president.

 

Section 3: Other committees may be created by the President or by the Board of Directors as is necessary

Article 10: ETHICS

Section 1: Each Member of the Association is to abide by the following ethical principles:

a. We will treat our residents with fairness, dignity and respect.

b. Recognizing that we are in a service business, we will respond promptly to our resident’s complaints and maintenance issues.

c. We will comply not only with the letter of the law, but with the spirit of the law regarding fair housing opportunities for all.

d. We agree to fully comply with applicable laws.

e. We commit to providing housing for our residents that minimally meets Section 8 housing standards, even for non-Section 8 properties.

f. We commit to educate our residents about trash disposal and to “police” our properties on a regular basis, taking appropriate action when required. We want to ensure that members are viewed as good neighbors.

g. We will take an active part in our community, volunteering to help others. We recognize that by giving we are making an effort to show the community that our members are far different from the average housing provider in this community.

h. We commit to excellence in our business dealings at all times.

Section 2: While the Association encourages ethical conduct among its members, the Association is primarily an educational organization and is not responsible for monitoring or for guaranteeing that any member’s conduct or any speaker’s conduct is honest, fair, or accurate.  The Association specifically disclaims any responsibility for the recommendations or advice of any member or speaker.  The Association does not endorse any member or speaker.  A member or attendee at any Association function assumes the risk of following any of the recommendations made by any speaker, any officer, or any member.

Article 11:  ROBERTS RULES OF ORDER AND AMENDMENTS

Section 1: Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised, most current edition, shall be the authority on all questions of procedure not specifically stated in the Charter and By-Laws.

Section 2: These By-Laws may be amended at any regular meeting of the Association by a two-thirds (2/3’s) vote of the members present and voting, provided notice of the proposed amendment has been given at the previous regular meeting and/or printed in the newsletter no less than thirty (30) days prior to the vote. Copies of the amended By-Laws will be available to all members.

Section 3: Policies can be changed only by a majority vote of the Board of Directors.  Procedures can be changed by the committee charged with that responsibility for that year.

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Adopted November 20, 2008; Revised February 22, 2011

POLICIES

1) MEMBERSHIP (see By-Laws, Article 4)

a)     Individuals desiring to become members may complete an application and submit it with the annual dues to the membership committee for approval.

b)    Members are encouraged to sponsor individuals under the age of 18 as a junior member.

c)     The term of membership shall be for the calendar year.

d)    Members shall receive a membership card.

e)     Paid members may vote and hold office.

f)     Junior memberships may sit on committees and volunteer but may not hold office or vote.

g)    A non-member may attend the Association meetings either: (a) by paying a fee to be set by the Board of Directors, or (b) by submitting a business card or other documentation signed by a member indicating that the person is that member’s guest for that evening.  Non-members may receive one free visit per year, subsequent visits are $10 each.

2) DUES (see By-Laws, Article 4)

a)     Dues will be established by the Board of Directors.

b)    A new member who joins during the first nine months of the calendar year will be obligated to pay the full year’s memberships dues.  If the member joins during the last three months of the calendar year, the membership dues will cover both the last three months of the year for which the member has joined and membership dues for the following year

c)     Members from other established REIA associations may join for a reduced fee set by the Board of Directors.

d)    Renewing memberships must be paid by March 31st or their membership will be terminated.  Effective April 1, 2011:  Renewing membership dues must be paid by January 31, or their membership will be terminated.

e)  Members who have been elected to the Board must pay their membership dues in the year they are elected (in the year preceding their term).

3) DUTIES OF OFFICERS (see By-Laws, Articles 5 & 6)

a)     Except as hereinafter provided, new officers and directors assume their duties on January 1 and serve for one year.

b)    The Vice President will be responsible for obtaining the meeting rooms for the Association meetings and for the Board of Director’s meetings.

c)     The Secretary will submit all passed motions to appear in the newsletter.  The Secretary will keep a book with copies of all minutes and reports which will be passed on to the next secretary.  At the end of the year, the Secretary will place copies of all approved minutes in the Association’s library and will also place a copy of all of that year’s approved minutes in the St. Joseph County Library archives section.

d)    The outgoing Program Chairperson will continue to be responsible for securing the programs for the first three months of the following year.  During the overlapping three months (January – March), the incoming Program Chairperson will work with the outgoing Program Chairperson to ensure an orderly transition.

4) BOARD OF DIRECTORS (see By-Laws, Articles 5 & 7)

a)     The Directors will be elected by the membership at the November Association meeting. The manner in which the Board members will be elected is covered under the procedures of the nominating and election committee.

b)    The Board of Directors will serve from January 1 of the year immediately following their election until December 31 of that year.

c)     The Board of Directors will meet on the first Tuesday of each month, unless the Board of Directors has decided to have a meeting on a different day.

d)    A special meeting may be called by two-thirds (2/3’s) of Board members by group e-mail with a follow up telephone call.  Said minutes shall be presented for approval at the next regular Board meeting.

 

5) STANDING COMMITTEES

a)     Budget Committee

1)    The treasurer shall at all times be a member of the budget committee.

2)    The committee shall work with various committee chairmen to establish budgets and prepare reports for the Board of Directors.

3)    The treasurer shall establish procedures for receipt of funds of all activities of the organization.  Procedures shall focus on accurate reporting, balancing, safety and controls.  Quick depositing of funds by the treasurer or treasurer’s designee is to be a top priority.

4)    Timely reporting of membership dues shall be given to the membership committee chairman.

b)    Bylaws – see By-Laws, no established policies

c)     Communication and Public Relations

1)    The Chairperson will promote the monthly Association meetings and advertise the meetings in the South Bend Tribune or other local newspapers.  The Chairperson will submit meeting information for the Meetings & Seminar section of the South Bend Tribune or other local newspapers.  This committee will do extra promotion for special meetings and workshops by way of television, radio, and “community calendar.”

2)    Printing and mailing the monthly newsletter – The Chairperson should request information to be published regarding upcoming meetings and other information concerning investing in real estate.  Extra copies of newsletters should be available at regular meetings.  The Chairperson will keep a copy of all newsletters published in the Association office.  The Chairperson is responsible for securing advertisers for the newsletter, collecting the advertising fees, and submitting the money to the Treasurer.

d)    Conference Workshop – See By-Laws, no established policies

e)     Legislative Committee

1)  The Chairperson is responsible for keeping the Association members advised of local, state, and national issues affecting landlords and real estate investors. The Chairperson will attend local council meetings (or will appoint someone else to attend) and will generally keep advised on local governmental actions which are being considered.  The Chairperson will also keep advised on proposed and passed legislation at the state and national levels which might affect property investors and housing providers.  The Chairperson, with Board approval, may meet or correspond with legislators and officials expressing the organizations’ and its members’ concerns and needs.

f)     Membership Committee

1)    The committee is responsible to perform due diligence in reviewing membership applications to ensure the applicant does not have a history that would adversely impact the organization.

2)    The Chairperson is responsible for the availability of updated membership information at all regular meetings.  The committee shall review the membership list regularly to seek out members who have not attended for the last 3 months and encourage them to attend.  The Chairperson is responsible for the maintenance and distribution of the membership packet (updates, copies, etc).

g)    Nominating Committee

1)    The Nominating Committee will consist of at least three members.

2)    The Nominating Committee will secure a minimum of 14 members to be willing to be put on the ballot to serve on the Board of Directors.  The consent of each candidate must be obtained before his/her name is placed in nomination.

3)    From the above list the committee will attempt to secure at least two persons to run for each office.

4)    The list of candidates for office and candidates to serve as directors will be published in the Association newsletter at least one time before the election.  The failure to publish the list of officers or the list of possible directors will not invalidate the election.

5)    The committee will be responsible for conducting the election at the November meeting.  Nominations from the floor will be allowed.

h)    Librarian – see By-Laws, no established policies

6) BEREAVEMENT POLICY

a)     In the event that any REIA-NCI member or Board member becomes aware of a death in the immediate family of a Board member, that information should be brought to the attention of the president or vice president.  The President or the Vice President shall be responsible to send a flower arrangement, not to exceed $50.00 in cost, together with a sympathy note from REIA-NCI to the funeral home or to the Board member.  Immediate family will include spouse, children, and parents.  The President and/or Treasurer shall report at the next Board meeting as to the action that has been taken.  No other REIA-NCI business relationship will be responded to in this manner.

 

7) AWARDS POLICY

a)     Founders Award – Each year the organization shall give a Founders Award to a person or organization which has done something of value for REIA-NCI.

1)    The Founders Award is to be given to a person who or organization which has done something of value for the REIA-NCI organization within the preceding year.

2)  Only one Founder’s Award may be given in any year.

3)   Preferably, the award will be made near the end of the calendar year.

4)   The recipient will receive a quality plaque in honor of the award but will receive no monetary award.

5)    The recipient may be a member of the REIA-NCI but need not be a member.

6)    The Board will make the selection of the recipient of the Founders Award.

7)    Nothing will prevent the same person or organization from receiving the award more than once.

b)    President’s Award – Each year the organization shall give a President’s Award to a member of REIA-NCI who has, through the person’s hard work for the organization, been a contributing force to the advancement of the organization.

1)    The President’s Award is to be given to a member who has done good work for the REIA-NCI organization with the preceding year.

2)    Only one President’s Award may be given in any year.

3)    The award will be made by the President within the last two calendar months of the year to recognize the work done by the recipient during that year.

4)    The recipient will receive a quality plaque in honor of the award but will receive no monetary award.

5)    The recipient must be a member of REIA-NCI.

6)    The President will make the selection of the recipient for the President’s Award.

7)    The President’s Award may be made to the same person only one time.  Once a member has received this award, he or she will be disqualified from receiving the award again.

c)     Stu Statler Award – As often as the Board believes that it is appropriate, the Board shall give a Stu Statler Award to a person who or organization which has contributed to the advancement of the local real estate community or to the local real estate market.

1)    The Stu Statler Award is to be given to a person who, or organization which, has contributed to the advancement of the local real estate community or to the local real estate market.

2)    The award may be made as often as the Board believes that it is appropriate but should be made at least once per year.

3)    Preferably, the award will be made near the end of the calendar year.

4)    The recipient will receive a monetary award, the amount of which will be set by the Board but which will not exceed $1,000 without further vote from the membership.

5)    The recipient must be from the Michiana area.  The recipient may be a member of REIA-NCI but need not be a member.

6)    The Board will make the selection of the recipient of the Stu Statler Award.

7)    Nothing will prevent the same person or organization from receiving the award more than once.

 

8) TRAVEL EXPENSE POLICY

a)     Members of REIA-NCI shall be reimbursed for reasonable travel expenses when traveling on assignment to promote the interests of REIA-NCI.

b)    Travel for this policy shall be construed as traveling beyond a 50-mile radius of South Bend, Indiana.  When traveling by common carrier, the costs of the ticket shall be reimbursed.  When traveling by personal auto, mileage shall be reimbursed based on IRS business travel rate per mile.  In the absence of clear odometer reading, Mapquest can be used to determine the mileage.  Incidental mileage while on location may also be included.  Carpooling is encouraged.

c)     Other expenses reasonable to the occasion such as lodging, meals, parking, tolls, and fees may also be reimbursable.

d)    Members shall complete an expense report requesting reimbursement.

e)     For reimbursement, approval of the expenses shall be obtained from the chairman of the committee with budgeting control over the assignment.

f)     If the chairman is submitting the expense report, approval shall be obtained from the President.

g)    If the President incurs the expenses, the Treasurer may reimburse the expense and then obtain ratification from the Board at the next Board meeting.

 

9) EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT POLICY

a)     To get reimbursement for expenses, members must submit original receipts attached to an expense form to the committee chairman for approval.  If the expense was incurred outside of committee activity, it should be submitted to the Treasurer or other officer for submission to the Board for approval.

(1)  Original receipts must be turned in.  Duplicate receipts or copies will not be accepted.

(2)  Credit card authorization slips are not considered to be an original receipt and will not be accepted.

(3)  Expenses incurred for more than one committee, must have an expense form for each committee.

(4)  When items on a receipt are mixed with disbursements not pertaining to REIA, the items pertaining to REIA should be circled.

b)    The expense form must be fully completed and signed by the member and the committee chair.

c)   All expenses turned in by the 20th of the month will be presented at the following month’s Board meeting for approval.

d)    Once approved by the Board, the Treasurer shall issue a check.  All reimbursements must be Board approved.

e)     No checks for reimbursement will be given out at any other time, nor will a debit card be used.

f)     All checks will be required to have two signatures.

g)    No member may have a bill put in the groups name without prior Board approval.

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Adopted November 20, 2008

PROCEDURES

1) MEMBERSHIP

a)     There should be two lines for admission at each meeting.  One line should be for the people who have and can show their membership cards.  The other line should be for those persons who do not have membership cards with them and for those who are paying the ten dollar meeting fee or paying to become members.  The first line simply has to have someone who is checking cards to make sure that the card shows the present membership fee has been paid.  The person handling admission in the second line should have a roster of currently paid members.  If the person coming through that line has their membership paid, then they should be allowed in even though they do not have a membership card with them.  Otherwise, they have to pay either the meeting fee or the membership fee to enter.

b)    The membership card will have an official punch through it by our distinctive REIA-NCI punch through the year for which that member has paid.  The person checking for admission in the first line need only see the card and make sure that the punch is through the year.  During January and February, that person should remind the members who have not yet paid their dues that the dues must be paid by March 1 to remain a member.

c)     The membership Chairperson will maintain a membership roster showing each person who has been a former member and each person who has paid for the current year.  The membership roster will be submitted to each Board member who is responsible for the provision of any membership benefit (example: newsletter chairman will have a copy to know who to send newsletters to).  The Board member in charge of the membership benefit should not provide that benefit to any person after March 31 of that year who is not a paid member for that year.

2) DUES

a)     In November and December of each year, an article should be placed in the newsletter reminding members that January 1 is the deadline for dues.  In January, the newsletter should carry an article reminding members that they will be deleted from membership if the dues are not paid by March 31.  In February, a card mailing should go out to each of the former members who have not paid their dues reminding them that dues need to be paid by March 31 to remain a member.

3) NOMINATING COMMITTEE AND ELECTION

a)     The Nominating Committee will present its slate of officers first.  Additional nominations may be made from the floor before the vote is taken.  Persons running for office will be given an opportunity to briefly address the Association before the vote is taken. Voting will be by written ballot.

b)    Using one vote per current paid membership present and voting, a simple majority will elect.  In the event of a tie, the tied candidates will be allowed to address the Association and another vote will be taken.  If there is still a tie after the third vote, the current President will cast the deciding vote for his/her selection for that office.

c)     Following the election of officers, the Nominating Committee will delete any elected officer’s names from the candidates for Board of Directors.  Then the Regular membership will elect eight (8) additional persons to serve as directors.  Each voting member may vote for up to eight (8) directors. Persons running for director positions will be given an opportunity to briefly address the Association before the vote is taken.  The eight persons who receive the highest number of votes will be the persons who will serve as the other eight (8) members of the Board of Directors.  In the event of a tie for the last director position, the tied candidates will be allowed to address the Association and another vote will be taken for that board position only.  If there is still a tie after the third vote, the current President will cast the deciding vote for his/her selection for that director position.

4) OFFICERS

5) DUTIES OF OFFICERS

a)     The Program Chairperson will obtain a contract and/or confirmation in writing for special speakers, secure the location and obtain the keys for meeting rooms if it is in a different location than the usual Association meetings, and send thank you notes to guest speakers.

6) BOARD OF DIRECTORS

7) ASSOCIATION MEETINGS

8) BUDGET COMMITTEE

 

9) BYLAWS COMMITTEE

10) COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE

11) CONFERENCE/WORKSHOP COMMITTEE

12) LEGISLATIVE

13) MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE

14) NOMINATING COMMITTEE

15) LIBRARIAN

 

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