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  1. Our social club has had a pretty rough start to the new year. Our bylaws state the Executive Board must have a quorum of 5 to vote and in order to have our general meeting you must have 4 board members to open the meeting. Our VP resigned two weeks ago and our Past President resigned last week. Last night our newly elected President wanted to appoint a new Parliamentarian, VP and Past President, just before the board meeting, we had another executive board member resign (Sergent of Arms ), leaving them with 4 executive board members- no quorum-no votes. Just before the general meeting, another executive board member resigned (Treasure) leaving them with 3 executive board members- no general meeting. Our attorney (who is a member, our attorney for the executive board & mediator) adjourns the meeting and said he must review Robert Rules and thinks we must now have a new election. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Can Executive Board cancel monthly general membership meetings for a year when bylaws say can cancel "a" meeting for extenuating circumstances? Should "extenuating circumstances" be explained? And last, are minutes where this action was taken be available to the general membership. Thank you.
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    Does a president have priority to speak at a meeting? Would the president still have priority if an executive or member raised their hand and was recognized first?
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