Secretary, Tracy Fasanello
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Friday, February 4, 2011
Secretary, Tracy Fasanello
The property and affairs of this association shall be managed and controlled by the elected officials of this association. The elected will include the President, Vice-president, Secretary/Treasurer, Activity director, and Regular directors, all of whom are elected by the membership.
The election of said officials shall be held on the 1st Thursday night in January of each year, or soon thereafter, as practical. Such meeting and date is to be designated at the annual membership meeting, and at which time a quorum shall consist of more then 25% of the total membership if in good standing. The elected officials shall serve for one (1) year or until their successors have been elected and inducted into office. An elected officer may hold that position as many terms as the membership votes to keep him/her in that elected post or another elected office.
Dues will be $15.00 per family per year and collected at the first official meeting held in January of each year. All monies derived from any source by association members using association facilities or the association name shall be turned over to the Secretary or Treasurer to be deposited into the general fund for the association.
A member must be on the association membership roll sixty (60) days and in good standing, prior to voting on any matters, or in the election of any officials of this organization. After meeting the above voting requirements, any member, regardless of age, will be eligible to vote on any and all association matters. All members shall be notified thirty (30) days in advance of the annual membership meeting.
Association colors for parades and rodeos are as follows: white hat, white long-sleeved western shirt, blue bandana, blue denim jeans, and boots. Club chaps are to be worn when presenting the Flags of the United States, of Texas and the association.
Alcoholic beverages and/or illegal substances will not be tolerated. Any violator will be asked to leave and the violator’s name will be removed from the association roll. The individual may be reinstated for a probationary period, if the grievance committee recommends the individual to the board of directors.
Members shall conduct themselves in a manner that reflects well on the association standards while participating in association functions and/or programs. In the event misconduct should arise, the board of directors shall have the power to suspend the party or parties involved until a grievance committee can be appointed to determine if there is cause to suspend or remove party or parties involved. The President, Secretary and Treasurer shall not be appointed to the grievance committee.