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There is nothing here written
in stone, granite, concrete nor even soft Jell-O.
All is subject to change at BOD whim.
Designated responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Attend ALL BOD
meetings.If you can't attend the BOD meeting; mail, e-mail or
phone to indicate why you can't attend to the President
or his alternate prior to the BOD meeting.
- Read and be familiar with the Constitution
& Bylaws of the club.
- Only Officers and Directors may vote on BOD issues.
- All Officers hold their position from Jan. 1st until Dec. 31st of
Outgoing officers and directors should bring all ACGNJ material to the
club January BOD meeting so the incoming officers will be properly
informed on all club matters.
- Normally Officers may not hold the same office for more than two years
- At no time unless otherwise directed by the President is anyone
authorized to represent themselves as other than the office you
hold or were elected to.
(This has caused problems in the past with directors, SIG
chairpersons or members claiming to be an officer when they are not!)
- The buck stops here.
The President is the reigning supreme person responsible for all
Club Activities, Issues and Problems.
- The Pres. main job is to preside over all BOD meetings, and
assure all activities occur according to
- The President may NOT submit motions to the board, (s)he may
suggest motions. Motions may only be submitted by other officers
- The main responsibility of the VP is to take over events,
activities and issues when the President can not for what ever reason.
- The VP has the responsibility and authority of the Financial
Committee Chairperson, and should make themselves aware of all
financial, insurance and sub-group monetary issues.
The vice president should become familiar with the
so (s)he can answer questions relating to proper
Meeting activities (Parliamentarian)
- The treasurer has the main responsibility of handling all the
- Assure all taxes and State Annual Reports are sent in on time.
- Pay all fees, charges, debts, invoice, liability and obligation promptly
and in a timely manner.
- The Treasurer has the responsibility of keeping a accurate monthly tally of
all income and expenditures for the club.
The Treasurer shall present a full and accurate treasurer report,
Profit and Loss statement, Balance Sheet, etc. to the attending
members at the First Friday in December Business Main Meeting.
- Recording Secretary;
- Records the minutes of the BOD meeting and take other notes
relevant to the BOD.
- The minutes shall be typed and sent to all officers and
directors, and to whomever else the President elects as soon
after the BOD meeting as possible.
(recommended via e-mail to keep costs down).
- Corresponding Secretary;
The above two secretaries have been combined.
- The Corresponding Secretary handles any and all club correspondence.
- The CS should pick up the mail from the post office on a
regular schedule, or designate someone else to do this. The schedule
should not allow more than one weeks mail to accumulate at the post
- Contact the Post Office on a regular schedule to make sure there
is enough money in the postage account for upcoming mailings
- Past President
- Be there to help the officers, and ensure continuity on events,
and issues active in his tenure.
- Directors are elected to 2 year terms and hold their position from January
1 until December 31 of the succeeding year.
- The elections are held for Directors 1/2 on odd years, and 1/2 on even
- Directors may be re-elected as many times as the membership wishes.