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Meetings in absence of elected officers

Guest Dennis Gifford

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Yes, as long as you have a quorum without them.  Check your bylaws.  Some organizations' bylaws require one or more officers to be present in order to have a quorum.  I was at such a meeting last night.  We were a bit nervous until the second officer showed up.  But, nothing in RONR requires that any of the organization's regular officers be present.

If the president/chairman isn't present, elect a chairman pro tem to preside at the meeting.  If the secretary isn't present, elect a secretary pro tem to take minutes.. 

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