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COLORADO ASSOCIATION OF FOUR WHEEL DRIVE CLUBS, INC.

 

 

BY-LAWS

Adopted: May 18, 1968 COLORADO ASSOCIATION OF FOUR WHEEL DRIVE CLUBS, INC.

 

ARTICLE I: NAME AND OBJECT

 

Section 1. The name of this organization shall be the COLORADO ASSOCIATION OF FOUR WHEEL DRIVE CLUBS, INC., hereafter referred to as the Association.

 

Section 2. The Colorado Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc., is a not for profit organization comprised of affiliated and member clubs, individual members and business firms united to promote cooperation, friendship and for the betterment of vehicle oriented outdoor recreation, between Association members.

 

Section 3. The fiscal year shall be January 1 through December 31.

 

Section 4. Distributions of Assets upon Dissolution: Upon the dissolution of the corporation, monetary assets shall be distributed to the  Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO) Legal Defense Fund.

 

ARTICLE II: CLUB MEMBERSHIP

 

Section 1. Any organized and incorporated four wheel drive club that has a desire to work toward the betterment of vehicle recreation may become a member of the Association upon proper application and acceptance by the Association.

 

Section 2. Vehicle must be 4 wheel drive and meet minimum state issued safety

and registration requirements. (Adopted 9 May 2009)

 

Section 3. There will be no limit to the number of member clubs in the Association.

 

Section 4. The area to be included for member clubs in the Association will be the State of Colorado.

 

Section 5. Application for membership of a member club shall be submitted to the Secretary of the Association. Such application shall include member club name, location, number of members, a membership roster, date organized, proof of incorporation, names of current officers and current year's dues.

 

Section 6. Submitted applications will be accompanied by a set of the member club’s by laws.

 

Section 7. All prospective member clubs making proper application to the Secretary either prior to or at a quarterly meeting will be considered and voted on at that meeting. A majority of a 2/3 vote cast by the attending delegates will determine membership.

 

Section 8. All member clubs, to maintain their membership in good standing, will abide by all Association By Laws. Failure to abide by the By Laws shall be cause for dismissal upon a 2/3 vote of the delegates at any regular meeting.

 

Section 9. All member clubs shall submit to the Association Secretary proof of valid incorporation at each renewal.

 

Section 10. Each member club is authorized two (2) voting delegates at Association meetings.

 

Section 11. The length of term of a delegate of a member club is to be at the discretion of their own club.

 

Section 12. Upon withdrawal or separation of a member club from the Association for any reason, all Association benefits will cease for that club.

 

ARTICLE III: ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP

 

Section 1. Any local, statewide, or national business firm that has a desire to work toward the betterment of vehicle recreation may be eligible to become an associate member of the Association.

 

Section 2. There will be no limit to the number of associate members in the Association.

 

Section 3. Application for associate membership will be submitted to the Secretary of the Association. Such application shall include the type of business, headquarters address, number of retail or wholesale outlets and addresses, scope of operation (i.e. local, statewide or national), current officers and signature of an authorized officer or trustee to determine the class of membership by the Secretary. A check for the appropriate membership class fee shall accompany such application.

 

Section 4. The Association Board of Directors shall determine the class of any associate member in any disputed cases and their decision shall be final and binding.

 

Section 5. All prospective associate membership applications received by the Secretary will be voted on by the Board of Directors. A majority of votes cast by the Board of Directors will determine membership.

 

Section 6. Upon being accepted as associate members in the Association, a business may display the Association decal, plaque or certificate in their businesses; and upon written approval of the Association, may be allowed to use the name and official emblem of the Association in other mediums of advertising. The associate member will be duly notified of this privilege after approval by the Association delegate vote. Associate members will be entitled to all privileges of membership except voting, holding office and coverage under the Association event insurance policy.

 

Section 7. All associate members, in order to maintain their membership in good standing, will abide by all Association bylaws and act in the best interest of the Association. Failure to do so will be cause for dismissal from the Association upon a 2/3 vote cast by the delegates present at the next scheduled Association delegates meeting.

 

Section 8. Upon withdrawal or dismissal of an associate member from the Association for any reason, it is expressly understood by all parties, that further use of the Association name, decal, plaque or certificate is expressly forbidden in the business or in any form of advertising or letterheads and all membership privileges cease as of the withdrawal date.

 

ARTICLE IV: AFFILIATED CLUB MEMBERSHIPS

 

Section 1. An affiliated club can be any organized group that has a desire to work toward the betterment of vehicle recreation but cannot otherwise join under Article II, Section l (hereinafter referred to as an "affiliated club or affiliated member").

 

Section 2. There will be no limit to the number of affiliated clubs in the Association.

 

Section 3. Application for affiliated club membership will be submitted to the Secretary of the Association. Such application shall include the name, type of organization, headquarters’ address, scope of interests, current officer’s name and signature of an authorized officer and a current membership roster. A check for the first annual dues shall accompany such application.

 

Section 4. Application forms for affiliated club membership shall contain the required questions to obtain the above information from prospective affiliated members.

 

Section 5. All prospective affiliated club membership applications received by the Secretary at a quarterly meeting will be voted on at that meeting. A majority of a 2/3 vote cast by the delegates will determine membership.

 

Section 6. Upon being accepted in the Association, affiliated clubs will be entitled to all privileges of membership except voting, holding office or United membership.

 

Section 7. Upon withdrawal of an affiliated club from the Association for any reason, all Association benefits will cease for that affiliated club.

 

Section 8. All affiliated clubs, in order to maintain their membership in good standing will abide by all Association bylaws and act in the best interest of the Association. Failure to do so will be cause for dismissal from the Association upon a 2/3 vote cast by the delegates present at the next scheduled Association delegates meeting.

 

Section 8a Any club which is voted of the CoA4WDCI due to nonpayment of dues, may be reinstated if dues are paid in full within 90 days of the voting date.

 

ARTICLE V(a): SUPPORTING MEMBERSHIP

Section l. Any individual who has a desire to work toward the betterment of vehicle recreation may become a Supporting member of the Association.

 

Section 2. There will be no limit to the number of supporting memberships in the Association.

 

Section 3. Application for supporting membership shall be submitted to the Supporting Membership Chairperson. Such application shall include name, mailing address and date of application and a check for one year’s dues.

 

Section 4. A prospective supporting member’s application received by the Secretary will be voted on by the Board of Directors. A majority of votes cast by the Board of Director will determine membership.

 

Section 5. All supporting members, to maintain their membership in good standing, will abide by all Association bylaws. Failure to abide by the bylaws shall be cause for dismissal upon a 2/3 vote of the delegates at any regular meeting.

 

Section 6. Supporting members shall be represented by two (2) voting delegates-at large at Association meetings. The first two delegates to register shall have all privileges of voting delegates except that they may not cast a ballot during regional vice presidents' election.

 

Section 7. {Deleted}

 

Section 8. A supporting member is ineligible to hold an elected office.

 

Section 9. Upon withdrawal of a supporting member from the Association for any reason, all Association benefits will cease for that individual.

 

 

 

 

ARTICLE VI: OFFICERS

Section l. Elective officers of this organization will be a President, a Vice President from each geographical district (one of whom shall be First Vice president), a Secretary, a Treasurer and a Parliamentarian.

 

Section 2. The elective officers, President, Secretary, Treasurer, First Vice President and Parliamentarian will be elected from the member clubs by the delegates at the fourth quarterly meeting. The geographical Vice Presidents will be elected by members of their respective district delegates. In case of any tie votes, a second secret ballot shall be cast for the tied candidates. Nominations for elected posts may be made by any member club delegate present; however for the position of Treasurer, nomination must be presented by consensus of the officers.

 

Section 3. Only one of the office of President, First Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer, plus one of the other District Vice-Presidents shall be from any one club at a time, unless it is deemed necessary to fill a vacant position due to a board member vacating the position or nobody form a non matching club stepping up to fill the position and a person from a matching club steps up to fill the vacant position then that person can be voted on by the delegates at the next regular meeting and the exemption will only last for the term of that position..

 

Section 4. The term of office shall be for two consecutive fiscal years and there shall be no limit to the number of terms an officer may succeed himself in office except as otherwise provided by Colorado statutes. The election of office shall alternate so that the office of President, Treasurer, Western and Central District Vice Presidents shall be elected in even number years and Secretary, Parliamentarian, Southern and Northern District Vice Presidents shall be elected in odd number years. The First Vice President position shall be elected annually.

 

Section 5. To maintain equality for all members, anyone, with the exception of the President, may make a motion. Only voting delegates shall vote on any motion or issue.

 

Section 6. All officers must remain members in good standing in their own clubs while holding office in the Association.

 

Section 7. Any delegate may recommend the removal of an officer on grounds of detrimental conduct to the office. Removal of an officer will require a 2/3 vote of all the delegates in attendance.

 

Section 8. On the occurrence of a vacancy of an office in mid-term, the remaining Board of Directors will elect a qualified person by a majority vote. The elected officer will fulfill the remainder of that term. At the next quarterly meeting that has a quorum, the delegates will confirm that officer by a majority vote.

 

Section 9. The Board of Directors shall consist of the current elected officers and the immediate past-President.

 

 

Section 10. The President, with the advice and consent of the Board of Directors, may postpone, cancel, or re-schedule any Board of Directors meeting or delegates quarterly meeting. (Adopted 2 Aug 2009)

 

ARTICLE VII: DUTIES OF OFFICERS

Section 1. PRESIDENT; The Colorado Association of Four Wheel Drive Club, Inc (CoA4WDCI) shall be elected every two years.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:  Preside at all regular meetings, Appoint committee chairperson as necessary to carry on activities of the Assoc., Act upon correspondence brought to his attention, Call four quarterly Board of Director meetings each year, Has power to call special Board of Directors meetings at his discretion, Signer on general operating expense disbursement bank account, Work with Treasurer & Board on annual budget, Maintain & encourage relations with other organizations with like interests, Maintain communication with all Committees, Prepare written report to be published quarterly in The Colorado High Trails.

 

MEETINGS: Attend and preside over the four Quarterly Meetings held on the third Saturday, in the months of January, April, July and October. Attend four CoA4WDCI Board Meetings annually.

 

SKILLS: Leadership ability, good communication skills, creative problem solving capabilities.

 

 

Section 1a IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT: The Colorado Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc. (CoA4WDCI) Immediate Past President is a source of information and assistance if/when needed by the newly elected President. The immediate past President is a member of the Board of Directors.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist the newly elected president during the transition into office beginning on January 1 of each year, Maintain continuity in projects started during his tenure, further the goals established by the Association into the future.

 

MEETINGS: Attend the four Quarterly CoA4WDCI meetings held on the third Saturday, in the months of January, April, July and October, Present current status report, Attend four CoA4WDCI Board Meetings annually. CoA4WDCI Bylaws Page 9 of 14 2 August 2009

 

SKILLS: Leadership ability, good communication skills, creative problem solving capabilities.

 

 

Section 2. VICE PRESIDENT; The Colorado Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc. (CoA4WDCI) Vice President shall be elected every two years. There shall be one Vice President representing a geographical district of the state.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: One shall be elected first VP, during absence of the President, First VP shall preside at regular meetings, make regular visitations to member clubs in your district, be a liaison between the clubs in your and the Association, solicit and recruit new member clubs to the Assoc. & assist in helping form new clubs in district, write & forward to the editor of the Colorado High Trails a quarterly VP report, schedule and preside over a minimum of four meetings in your district annually, attend, if possible, all member clubs special events, maintain contact with Association Members in your district, promote the Association at local functions.

 

MEETINGS: Attend the four quarterly meetings held on the third Saturday in the months of January, April, July and October, attend four CoA4WDCI board meetings annually.

 

SKILLS: Leadership ability, good communication skills.

 

 

Section 3. SECRETARY; The Colorado Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc. (CoA4WDCI) Secretary shall be elected every two years. RESPONSIBILITIES: Maintain membership records in cooperation with Newsletter Editor’s data base, maintain Association records and preserve historical documents, send out notice of meetings, prepare quarterly meeting agendas, call roll in meeting in the absence of Parliamentarian, maintain records of all meetings and there minutes, mail minutes of meetings to Board Members and Committee Chairs within fourteen days following the meeting, maintain correspondence in regards to applications for club membership, act upon correspondence brought to his/hers attention, prepare scholarship application for Board of Directors review, sign and distribute membership cards at the July meeting, mail cards to clubs not in attendance following the July meeting, inventory and maintain adequate office supplies needed to perform duties of the CoA4WDCI Bylaws Page 10 of 14 2 August 2009 office, order plaque for the Four Wheeler of the year trophy and jacket

for Colorado Four Wheeler of the year, authorized as a signer for the business accounts.

 

MEETINGS: Attend the four quarterly meetings held on the third Saturday, in the months of January, April, July and October, and any other meetings called by the President that affect the business of the Association. Attend four quarterly board meetings.

 

SKILLS: Excellent writing and verbal communication skills, capable computer skills and good command of the English language.

 

 

Section 4. TREASURER; The Colorado Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc.(CoA4WDCI) Treasurer shall be elected every two years. RESPONSIBILITIES: Have custody of all Association funds, submit actual financial reports showing income and expenditures for the last period at

the four quarterly meetings, make sufficient copies of quarterly financial report for Delegates, Officers and Committee Chairs, monies received shall be deposited, all expenditures approved or pre-approved by delegates vote shall be paid, list all  payments as part of quarterly report, have payable checks signed by any two of three designated officers, reconcile bank accounts monthly, sales tax reporting-quarterly, prepare annual budget with board input, file income tax forms annually, prepare biennial corporate report, prepare quarterly Colorado sales tax report, print Associate member and Supporting member reports for chairpersons as requested. A 4th quarterly raffle report will need to be filed with the Secretary of Sate, and all fees paid prior to getting a new raffle license for the upcoming year.

 

MEETINGS: Attend the four quarterly meetings held on the third Saturday, in the months of January, April, July and October, and any other meeting called by the President that affects the business of the Association. Attend four quarterly board meetings.

 

SKILLS: Accounting principles, computer skills, knowledge of Colorado state laws re non-profit organizations.

 

 

Section 4a. All financial records of the Association shall be open and subject to audit at all reasonable times by any or all delegates at their request. The President  may appoint an auditing committee at the fourth quarterly meeting; the committee shall report at the first quarterly meeting.

 

Section 4b. There shall be no compensation to any officers, delegates, or any other member of the Association for work rendered on any Association business or activity without the approval of the delegates.

 

Section 4c. At the first quarterly meeting, the annual budget will be presented for approval by the members. Total expenditures for each fund may exceed one thousand dollars without prior notice to the clubs. To facilitate the operation of the Association during months between delegate meetings, the officers may continue to pay the bills as specified in the approved budget.

 

Section 4d. Non budgeted expenditures may be approved between the delegate meetings with   2/3 majority approval of the board and may not exceed a total of one thousand dollars ($1000) between delegate meetings except as exempted by Article VII section 4g of these bylaws

 

Section 4e. When a budgeted expenditure exceeds the approved budget, the overage amount is considered a non budgeted expenditure.

 

Section 4f. No non budgeted expenditure for more than one thousand dollars ($1000) will be approved without prior notice to the clubs except as exempted by Article VII section 4g of these bylaws.

 

 

Section 4g. Expenditures exempted from the prior notice requirements of Article VII section 4d and Article VII section 4f:

  1. Association Store individual purchase expenditures, upon 2/3 approval of the Board members.

 

Section 5. PARLIAMENTARIAN; The Colorado Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc. (CoA4WDCI) Parliamentarian shall be elected every two years and keep the meetings within the framework of the by-laws and maintain order and peace.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: Keep meetings within the framework of the by-laws, SOP, Roberts rules of order newly revised, call roll of club delegates at the start of the quarterly meeting and after the meetings break, maintain current inventory of delegate badges and voting pennants, maintain bylaws and SOP.

 

MEETING: Attend the four quarterly meetings held on the third Saturday, in the months of January, April, July and October, invited and encouraged to attend the four quarterly board meetings.

 

SKILLS: Knowledge of Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised.

 

 

Section 6 It is the obligation of the Board of Directors to maintain and preserve all records, documents and information regarding the CoA4WDCI for and during their administration and that of previous administrations.

 

Section 6a. It is the further duty and obligation of all the Board of Directors, that upon request during their term, and or at the conclusion, resignation or termination of that said position, any and all records, documents, correspondence, inventory, assets and properties of the CoA4WDCI be turned over in a timely manner.

 

ARTICLE VIII ADMENDMENTS TO THE BYLAWS

 

Section 1. Any member of a member club or any member club in good standing may submit a proposed change(s) to the Bylaws. The proposed change(s) shall be written and shall be submitted to the Bylaws Chairman with a brief written explanation of the proposed change(s). It must be submitted at least sixty to ninety (60-90) days prior to the next scheduled quarterly meeting. The Bylaws Committee shall review the proposed change(s) and submit a report to the Board of Directors with the committee’s recommendations. The report will offer an opinion as to either, FOR, AGAINST, or NO OPINION of the proposed change(s) and will provide a brief explanation of any opinion.

 

Section 2. After the Board of Directors reviews the proposed changes, the Bylaws

Committee shall submit them with the Board of Directors and the committee’s recommendation(s) to the member clubs. Submission will be by any means and postal mail. Submission must be at least forty-five (45) days prior to the next scheduled quarterly meeting of delegates.

 

Section 3. The Bylaws Committee shall periodically review the bylaws and may make proposed changes. The Committee shall review these proposed amendments with the Board of Directors and then shall submit them to the member clubs. Submission may be by any electronic means and postal mail. Submission must be at least forty-five (45) days prior to the next scheduled quarterly meeting of delegates.

 

Section 4. An affirmative vote of two-thirds (2/3) of all ballots cast is necessary for

adoption. Amendments adopted shall become effective upon the adjournment of the quarterly meeting, unless otherwise stated in the proposed Bylaw change. (Adopted 2 Aug 2009)

 

Section 5 Changes of “insignificant impact” as defined by the president and a majority of the Officers, but generally understood to include spelling, grammar, or of un-impacting effect, will not require any further review and approval process to make the designated changes. Any such changes must be communicated to the delegates at the next scheduled meeting and by notice in the next quarterly Association newsletter.

 

ARTICLE IX ROBERTS RULES OF ORDER

Section 1. Situations not covered in these Bylaws or Standard Operating

Procedures (SOP) shall be governed by Roberts Rules of Order, The Modern Edition, author Darwin Patnode, published by Berkley Books, newly revised and updated edition. (Adopted 9 May 2009)

 

ARTICLE X ELECTIONS

Section 1. The election of officers shall be held at the 4th quarterly meeting.

 

Section 2. The nominations for offices open for election are identified in Article VI, section 1. Nominations shall be opened at the 3rd quarterly meeting and again at the 4th quarterly meeting.

 

Section 3. The delegates seated at the 4thquarterly meeting shall elect all elective offices.

 

Section 4. In the 3rd quarterly newsletter, all candidates may publish a short article states their qualifications. The candidates, or their designated spokesperson shall be allowed time at the 4th quarterly meeting, prior to the election, to speak regarding their qualifications for that respective office.

 

Section 5. When there is but one candidate for an office, the delegates may elect by general consent. With more than one candidate for an office, election shall be by ballot. In case of a tie vote, there shall be a ballot cast for the tied candidates.

A simple majority is required for election. If at a 4th quarterly meeting, there is no candidate for an office, the election for that office may be carried over to the next scheduled quarterly meeting. If there is no candidate for that office at that meeting, the Board of Directors may fill the position as if it were a vacant position. (Adopted 2 Aug 2009)

ARTICLE XI Electronic Voting by Board of Directors

 

Section 1. Electronic voting by the Board of Directors shall be by email unless other electronic means are established by the Board of Directors.

 

Section 2. Any member of the Board of Directors may initiate a motion utilizing

email for conducting Association business between regularly scheduled Board of Director meetings. A second to the motion is required.

 

Section 3. An email motion shall contain only one item of business and must be

completed before another motion is initiated.

 

Section 4 Email motions require a two-thirds (2/3) majority for adoption.

 

Section 5. A reasonable time-frame to include discussion and complete the voting

is required. The time-frame is not to exceed 21 days, starting upon the date of the email motion.

 

Section 6. An email motion considering the expenditure of Association funds is not to exceed $500.00, unless the funds are a line-item in the approved budget.

 

Section 7. All email motion(s) shall be directed to the Parliamentarian who will act

as, who shall request a second, establish the 21 day time-frame, and who shall record the votes. Any member of the Board of Directors that has not recorded a vote at the deadline of the voting time-frame will be counted as a vote in favor

of the motion. Upon conclusion of the voting, the Parliamentarian shall submit a summary the motion and action taken to the Association Secretary for record-keeping purposes. (Adopted 2 Aug 2009)

 

ARTICLE XI ADMENDMENTS TO THE Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

 

Section 1.  Any member of a member club or any member club in good standing may submit a proposed change(s) to the SOPs. The proposed change(s) shall be written and shall be submitted to the Association President or Parliamentarian with a brief written explanation of the proposed change(s). It must be submitted at least sixty (60) days prior to the next scheduled quarterly delegates meeting. The President shall review the proposed change(s) and submit a report to the Officers with a recommendation. The report will offer an opinion as to either, FOR, AGAINST, or NO OPINION of the proposed change(s) and will provide a brief explanation of any opinion.

 

Section 2.  The Officers shall review and discuss the prepared report and proposed changes. There shall be an Officer vote as to either, FOR, AGAINST, or NO OPINION.

 

Section 3.  At the next regularly scheduled delegates meeting the delegates shall review and discuss the proposed SOP change(s) and the BOD recommendations. There shall be a vote as to either, FOR or AGAINST adopting the proposed change(s). A two thirds majority of delegates in attendance is required to enact SOP changes.

 

Section 4.  Changes of “significant impact” as defined by the president, a majority of the Officers or by a majority of delegates present will require a review and approval process the same as for By Law changes (article 8).

 

Section 5.  Changes of “insignificant impact” as defined by the president and a majority of the Officers, but generally understood to include spelling, grammar, or of un-impacting effect, will not require any further review and approval process to make the designated changes. Any such changes must be communicated to the delegates at the next scheduled meeting and by notice in the next quarterly Association newsletter.

 

 


 

CAOFWDC, Inc.

By Laws, Schedule of Amendments

 

Amended:

June 27, 1970

June 23, 1973

June 21, 1975

January 22, 1977

June 17, 1978

January 12, 1980

September 25, 1982

January 22, 1983

June 18, 1983

March 24, 1984

January 19, 1985

June 20, 1986

January 20, 1990

October 5, 1991

March 21, 1992

October 2, 1993

December 5, 1993

March 19, 1994

September 17, 1994

January 21, 1995

June 17, 1995

April 19, 1997

January 16, 1999

December 10, 2002

January 17, 2004        Replaced Bylaws Article VI Section 3

April 17, 2004              Added Bylaws Article I Section 4

October 16, 2004        Changed SOP Article X, Section 2. Replaced SOP Article IV

January 15, 2005        Added to SOP Article II, Section 2.

April 16, 2005              Changed Bylaws Article VII, Section 4 by deleting Sections 4b & 4d.

Renumbering 4c to 4b. Adding 4c, 4d, 4e, 4f, and 4g.

July 16, 2005               Added SOP Article XII

October 15, 2005        Changed SOP Article II Section 2, 7, 8, 10; and added Sections 11

and 12. Changed SOP Article V(b) COHVCO, Responsibilities.

July 15, 2006               Changed Bylaw Article V to Article V(a); added Articles V(b) and

Articles V(c). Changed SOP Article II, Section 2. Changed SOP

Article II, Section 10 and added to SOP Article II, Section 13 and

Section 14.

October 21, 2006        Changed Bylaw Article III Section 5. Changed Bylaw Article V,

Section 4. Changed Bylaw Article VII, Section 8. Deleted Bylaw

Article V, Section 7. Changed SOP. Changed SOP Article III Section

2.

October 20, 2007        Changed SOP Article IV Funds, Section 3 Raffle Fund. Changed

SOP Article II Dues, Section 2.

January 19, 2008        Deleted SOP Article II Dues, Section 2. Added SOP Article II Dues,

Section 2a. Added SOP Article II Dues, Section 2b. Changed SOP

Article II Dues, Section 10. Deleted SOP Article IV Funds, Section 9

Tread Lightly Fund.

April 19,2008               Deleted last sentence of SOP Article II Dues, Section 2A. Changed

SOP Article X Scholarship, Section 2 to be a single recipient. Added

SOP Section XIII: OHV/4 Wheel Drive Grants.

August 2, 2008           Changed SOP Article IV Funds, changed Raffle Fund allocation, add

to SOP Article II Dues, Section 2a for a partial year dues.

HENCEFORTH, ALL ADAPTED ADMENDMENTS WILL BE SHOWN IN BOLD ITALICS WITHIN THE DOCUMENT. Upon the next change of the footer date, the previous adopted amendments will be returned to the original font and the new amendments will be in bold italics.

May 9, 2009                Changed Art 2, Section 2.

Aug 2, 2009                Added Section 10, Art VI; Complete re-write of Art VIII; Re-write of

Section 1, Art IX, Added new Art X titled “Elections”; Added new Art

XI titled “Electronic Voting by BOD”.

 

Fall Delegates meeting 2012

                                    All changes to present adopted

 

 

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