Article V - Meetings


  1. Business meetings shall be held a minimum of four times per year which includes two business meetings, executive board, and committee meetings as well as emergency meetings when necessary.

  2. Special meetings may be called at any time by the president or the executive board.  Board meetings may be in person or electronic meetings may be held. Proper notice of the meetings must be given. 

  3. Prior to any meeting, the executive board shall plan a written agenda which is to be attached to the meeting notice.

  4. Written notice will state location, date, and hour of the meetings. Electronic notices shall be completed at least fourteen days (14) days in advance. 

  5. The president, at her/his discretion, may appoint a parliamentarian to advise the organization on parliamentary procedures.

  6. Business meetings will be conducted according to parliamentary procedures.

  7. At every business meeting, at least seven members in attendance shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of any business.  When a quorum is present to organize a meeting, should any members withdraw, the quorum will remain intact.