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Barb

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  1. Mr Merritt, I’m sorry I didn’t pick up on that line earlier. I was looking for a list of responsibilities, and that line was listed amongst info about term in office for Board members. I agree that it Is a broad grant of power.
  2. Mr Merritt, I’m sorry I didn’t pick up on that line earlier. I was looking for a list of responsibilities, and that line was listed amongst info about term in office for Board members. I agree that it Is a broad grant of power.
  3. Under Directors and Officers of our Bylaws, it says ”the Club officers consisting of the President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Membership Secretary and Treasurer shall serve in their respective capacities for both the Club and its meetings and for the Board of Directors and its meetings.” It then lists the officers and their duties. It says the President presided over the meetings, Recording Secretary keeps records of meetings, Treasurer collects monies and and provides reports, etc, The only other items I can find that are “specific” so to speak, are that the bylaws
  4. Joshua, interestingly, it says nothing about the powers of the Board!
  5. I am President of a small non-profit dog club. Sometimes we have events at the club that make money, such as a trial (competition). The Board always approves the plan for the event, and then asks the membership to approve a BUILDING ISE REQUEST for the event. This occurs at a membership meeting. The request specifies the dates, times, and what the event is in the particular building. Now the question is — is the membership required to approve the event at a membership meeting? Our bylaws and constitution do not address this at all. Thank you.
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