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If you know that the quorum will not be met, is it necessary to have the meeting at all?

Yes. And minutes should be taken (and later approved), although they'll be quite brief. One thing you can do at a meeting without a quorum is to adjourn it to a later, more convenient time.

In any case, there's no way to cancel a meeting and the minutes will show that the meeting was held, as scheduled. That's assuming at least one member shows up. Two would be even better. And who knows, you might be surprised when a quorum shows up.

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If you know that the quorum will not be met, is it necessary to have the meeting at all?

Yes. Whoever can make it should call the meeting to order and

If you don't have it, do the action items simply move to the next scheduled meeting?

It depends on what you mean by "action items." If you're talking about items on the agenda, the agenda isn't official until it is adopted by the assembly, in a meeting; before then, it's just a proposed agenda.

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If you know that the quorum will not be met, is it necessary to have the meeting at all?

It sure is.

Especially if your bylaws say you shall have one, i.e., a regular meeting. It's important to have it for a number of reasons, but that's the main one.

Another reason is that if you don't show up and have the meeting, someone else might. <spooky music>

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