SPOKES-WOMEN MOTORCYCLE CLUB, INC.

 

CONSTITUTION

 

ARTICLE I

 

NAME AND OBJECTIVES

 

SECTION 1.  The name of the Club shall be the Spokes-Women Motorcycle Club, Incorporated.

 

 

SECTION 2.  The objectives of the Club shall be:

a)                  To be dedicated to promoting a positive image of motorcycling through personal conduct and promoting safety in the sport.

b)                  To promote sharing the roads with all motorists in a neutral, nonjudgmental, and safe manner with the final goal of safer and more enjoyable roads for all motorists.

c)                  To promote motorcycling education and safety in the sport.

d)                  To raise money at least once a year for a charity or charities to be chosen by the Club.

 

 

SECTION 3.  The Club shall not involve itself in any political or personal issues, nor shall it express opinions on such issues.  Members may participate in any political or personal issue but not as a representative of the Spokes-Women Motorcycle Club.

 

 

SECTION 4.  The Club shall not be conducted or operated for profit and no part of any profits or remainder or residue from dues or donations to the Club shall inure to the benefit of any Member or individual.

 

 

SECTION 5.  The Members of the Club shall adopt and may from time to time revise such Bylaws as may be required to carry out these objectives.

 


BYLAWS

 

ARTICLE I

 

MEMBERSHIP

 

SECTION 1.  Classes of Membership.  The Club shall have two classes of Members as follows:  Full Members and Associate Members.  A person shall not hold more than one Membership simultaneously.

 

SECTION 2. Eligibility for Membership.  Any person is eligible to be a Member of the Club if such person meets the following specific requirements:

 

a)                  Full Membership. Any woman is eligible to be an Full Member of the Club if she:

i)                    Is at least eighteen (18) years of age;

ii)                   Is an active motorcyclist with a current valid motorcycle license;

iii)                 Subscribes to the objectives of the Constitution of the Spokes-Women Motorcycle Club; and

iv)                 Purchases one Club vest and patch.

 

If a Full Member ceases to ride, as long as Membership is current, she may continue as a Full Member with voting privileges, but may not hold office.

 

b)                  Associate Membership.  Any person is eligible to be an Associate Member of the Club if such person:

i)                    Is at least eighteen (18) years of age;

ii)                   Is interested in motorcycles as a rider, passenger or enthusiast;

iii)                 Subscribes to the objectives of the Constitution of the Spokes-Women Motorcycle Club; and

iv)                 Purchases one Club vest and patch.

 

Associate Members of record as of January 1, 1997, hereinafter referred to as Grandfathered Associate Members, shall have full voting privileges as specified in ARTICLE II, Section 4 of these Bylaws.  Associate Members joining the Club after January 1, 1997, will not have voting privileges, but may be included in discussions at Club meetings.

 

Associate Members must be sponsored annually by a Full Member to remain an Associate Member of the Club.

 

Associate Members may not hold Club offices; however, they may represent the Club in other capacities, such as AMA representative.

 

 

SECTION 3.  Admission to Membership.

 

a)                  Full Members.  Applicants meeting the requirements in ARTICLE I, SECTION 2a of these Bylaws may be admitted to Full Membership if they:

i)                    Attend three regular meetings, two of which must be consecutive; and attend three Club activities two of which must be group rides;

ii)                   Declare their intention to the Membership Chairperson by completing an application for Membership.  A period of no less than 90 days must elapse from the application of Membership to the first eligibility date for being voted in as a Member.

iii)                 Receive a majority vote for Membership by the Members attending the meeting at which her Membership requirements are fulfilled, including the 90-day probationary period;

iv)                 Pay in full the pro-rated annual dues to the Treasurer upon being accepted into Membership;

v)                  Pay the Treasurer for a Club patch upon being accepted into Membership;

vi)                 Agree to purchase a leather or cloth red vest similar to those worn by Members. The Club patch shall be placed on the center back of the vest; and,

vii)               Have passed a Motorcycle Safety Foundation Course, or agree to pass a course within one year of the date of Membership.

 

b)                  Associate Members.  Applicants meeting the requirements in ARTICLE I, SECTION 2b of these Bylaws may be admitted to Associate Membership if they:

i)                    Attend three regular meetings, two of which must be consecutive; and attend three Club activities two of which must be a group ride, if that person is a licensed motorcyclist;

ii)                   Declare their intention to the secretary by completing an application for Membership. A period of no less than 90 days must elapse from the application of Membership to the first eligibility of being voted in as a Member.

iii)                 Receive a majority vote for Membership by the Members attending the meeting at which the proposed associate Member ’s Membership requirements are fulfilled, including the 90-day probationary period;

iv)                 Pay in full the pro-rated annual dues to the Treasurer upon being accepted into Membership;

v)                  Pay the Treasurer for a Club patch upon being accepted into Membership;

vi)                 Agree to purchase a leather or cloth red vest similar to those worn by Members. The Club patch shall be placed on the center back of the vest;

vii)               Have passed a Motorcycle Safety Foundation Course, or agree to pass a course within one year of the date of Membership if that person is a licensed motorcyclist; and,

viii)              Are sponsored by a Full Member.

 

 

SECTION 4.  Term of Membership.  All classes of Membership shall run for the calendar year beginning in January 1st and ending December 31st, regardless of the month in which a person becomes a Member.

 

 

SECTION 5.  Dues.  Annual Club Membership dues for Full and Associate Members shall be due and payable at the January business meeting.  Dues for new Members who join after the January meeting shall be pro-rated for the remaining months of the calendar year.  The amount charged as dues can be changed from time to time by a majority vote of the Full Members and Grandfathered Associate Members.

 

a)                  Non-Payment of Club Dues.  Non-payment of Club dues will result in the immediate termination of Club Membership as specified in ARTICLE I, SECTION 11, paragraph c of these Bylaws.

b)                  Refunding of Dues.  In the event of resignation or termination of a Member, dues will not be refunded.

 

 

SECTION 6.  Number of Members.  There shall be no limit on the number of Members the Club may admit.

 

 

SECTION 7.  Membership  Contact List.  The Membership Contact List shall be provided by the Membership Chairperson and shall be available to Members only.

 

 

SECTION 8.  Colors.  The colors of the Club are a patch consisting of a red, yellow and black 16 point Mariner's Compass

design, encircled by a yellow ring containing the Club name. The patch must be attatched on the center

back of a red leather or cloth vest similar to those worn by current Members.

 

The vests Can and Should be worn:

 

                a)   By Members in good standing as described in ARTICLE 1, SECTION 9 of these Bylaws;

 

                b)   At all Club meetings, rides, activities or events as posted in the events area on the Club

                      website. Any event not listed that a Club member wishes to attend must be approved

                      by the Board prior to the event;

 

                c)   When participating on behalf of the Club at a designated event; and

 

                d)   On a ride or event approved by the Board.

 

Club T-shirts, sweatshirts and any other article of clothing bearing a copy of the Club colors are to be worn only

by Members in good standing. At no time shall these articles of clothing be worn for any ride, activity or event

detrimental to the reputation of the Club and/or which is contrary to the Constitution or Bylaws of the Club, such

as but not limited to the following:

 

                 a)  Political Events;

 

                 b)  Events associated with a club or group that degrades or dishonors the Club's reputation;

 

                 c)  Any Illegal or Criminal Activity.

 

 

SECTION 9.  Good Standing.  A Member is in good standing if such Member:

a)            Abides by the Constitution and these Bylaws;

b)            Pays annual dues to the Club;

c)            Abstains from using illegal drugs or carrying illegal firearms while participating in any Club activities and/or while wearing Club colors;

d)            Maintains a respectful attitude towards all Members and guests during Club meetings and while participating in any Club activities and/or while wearing Club colors; and,

e)            Wears Club colors only in accordance with ARTICLE I, Section 8 of these Bylaws.

 

 

SECTION 10.  Transfer of Membership.  Neither the Membership in the Club nor any rights in the Membership may be transferred, for value or otherwise.

 

 

SECTION 11.  Termination of Membership.

 

a)                  Causes of termination.  The Membership and all rights of Membership shall automatically terminate on the occurrence of any of the following events:

i)                  The voluntary resignation of a Member with notice as prescribed by ARTICLE I, SECTION 11, Paragraph b of these Bylaws;

ii)                 The death of a Member;

iii)               For a Full or Associate Member, the non-payment of dues, subject to the limitations set forth in ARTICLE I, SECTION 11, Paragraph c of these Bylaws;

iv)              The expulsion of a Member pursuant to ARTICLE I, SECTION 11, paragraph d of these Bylaws; and,

v)                 Lack of sponsorship of an Associate Member by a Full Member.

 

b)                  Resignation.  The Membership of any Member shall automatically terminate on such Member ’s written request for such termination, which said request shall be delivered to the President or Secretary of the Club.

 

c)                  Non-payment of Dues.  The Membership of any Member who fails to pay dues by January 31 of the calendar year shall have voting privileges suspended.  The Membership shall be re-instated upon payment in full of the annual Club Membership dues by March 31 of that calendar year, barring exceptional circumstances as determined by the Board.  Dues paid after January 31 will include a penalty equal to twenty percent of the annual Club Membership dues.  If dues are not paid by March 31, Membership will be terminated and the Member must reapply for Membership.

 

d)                  Expulsion of a Full Member.  The Membership of any Full Member may be terminated by the Board if the member:

i)                    No longer meets the eligibility requirements of  ARTICLE I, SECTION 2 of these Bylaws;

ii)                   Violates any provision of these Bylaws;

iii)                 Is not a Member in good standing as defined in ARTICLE, SECTION 9 of these Bylaws; or,

iv)                 Acts in a manner harmful to the welfare, safety, and/or reputation of the Club.

 

e)                  Expulsion Procedure:

i)                    The Secretary shall personally give the Member or send by registered mail to the Member’s last known address, a written notice of termination 15 days prior to the effective date of termination;

ii)                   The notice shall state the reason(s) for termination and advise that the Member may request a hearing on the matter of termination;

iii)                 A request for a hearing shall be in writing and shall be hand-delivered or mailed to the Secretary within 10 days after the member receives the notice;

iv)                 If a hearing is requested, the Member shall be suspended from the date of receipt of the notice to the date a decision is made by the grievance committee, as provided below.

 

The grievance committee shall consist of the Board and three Full Members chosen by lottery by the President. The grievance committee, presided over by the President, shall conduct the hearing.

 

The President shall do all of the following at the hearing:

i)                    Read the charges against the subject Member;

ii)                   Require that the charges be verified by the testimony of the person or persons making them;

iii)                 Hear any other witnesses against the subject Member;

iv)                 Allow the subject Member to cross-examine each witness following testimony of such witness;

v)                  Allow the subject Member to make a statement on such Member’s own behalf;

vi)                 Allow the subject Member to call witnesses on such Member’s own behalf; and,

vii)               Allow the Board to question the witnesses after they have been questioned by the subject Member.

 

The grievance committee shall conduct the hearing in good faith and in a fair and reasonable manner.  The grievance committee shall have the exclusive power and authority to decide whether or not to terminate the subject Member.  The decision to expel must be a unanimous decision of the grievance committee.

 

f)          Expulsion of an Associate Member.  The Membership of any Associate Member of the Club may be terminated for the reasons enumerated in Article I, Section 11, Paragraph d, i-iv by the majority decision of the Board.

 

g)         Effect of Termination.  All rights of a Member in the Club shall cease on the termination date.  Termination shall not relieve the Member from any obligation for charges incurred, dues or fees, arising from contract or otherwise.  The Club shall retain the right to enforce such obligation or obtain damages for its breach.  The former Member must turn in the Club patch to the Treasurer within five days of termination. The former Member ’s subscription to the Club e-mail list shall also be removed.

 

h)          Reinstatement.  Any person who is expelled from Membership may not be reinstated and may not re-join the Club or participate in Club activities.

 

Any person whose Membership is terminated for non-payment of dues in accordance with of ARTICLE I, SECTION 11, paragraph c of these Bylaws, may be reinstated subject to the conditions in ARTICLE I, SECTION 11, paragraph c of these Bylaws.   

 

Any Associate Member, whose Membership is terminated due to loss of sponsorship, may be reinstated if a new sponsor is found within 60 calendar days.  If a new sponsor is found after the 60-day period, ARTICLE I, SECTION 11, paragraph f shall apply.

 

 

SECTION 12.  Non-liability of Members.  A Member of the Club shall not, solely as a result of such Membership, be personally liable for the debts, obligations or liabilities of the Club.

 

 

SECTION 13.  Rider Safety Education Requirement.  All new Club Members must pass a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) course or its equivalent prior to joining the Club or within twelve months of Membership in the Club.  The Membership Chairperson shall verify that this requirement has been met on each new Club member’s one-year membership anniversary and report it to the Board.

 

SECTION 14.  Fund Raising Participation Requirement.  All Club Members shall participate in at least one Club fund raising event during the calendar year (from January to December).  The fund raising committee chairperson and/or the Treasurer shall be responsible for keeping track of this information and reporting it to the Board.

 


ARTICLE II

 

MEETINGS AND VOTING

 

SECTION 1.  Club Meeting.  Meetings of the Club shall be held at such hour and place as may be designated by the Board.  Fifty (50)% of Full Members qualified to vote shall be present at a meeting to constitute a “voting quorum” when  a voting quorum is required by ARTICLE III, SECTIONS 2 and 3  and ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 1 and 2 of these Bylaws.

 

 

SECTION 2.  Special Club Meetings.  Special Club meetings may be called by the Club President or by a majority vote of the officers who are present and voting at any regular or special meeting; or shall be called by the Secretary upon receipt of a petition signed by five Members of the Club who are in good standing.  Such meetings shall be at such place, date and hour as may be designated by persons authorized herein to call such meetings.  Written notice of such a meeting shall be mailed or e-mailed by the Secretary at least 5 days and not more than 15 days prior to the date of the meeting, and said notice shall state the purpose of the meeting, and no other Club business may be transacted thereat.  The quorum for such a meeting shall be 20% of the Members in good standing.  The Club president, or in her absence, the Club Vice President, shall preside over these meetings.

 

 

SECTION 3.  Special Board Meetings.  Special meetings of the Board may be called by the Club President or shall be called by the Club Secretary upon receipt of a written request signed by at least three Members of the Board. Such special meetings shall be at such place, date and hour as may be designated by the person authorized herein to call such a meeting.  Written notice of such meeting shall be mailed or e-mailed by the Secretary at least 5 and not more than 10 days prior to the date of the meeting.  Any such notice shall state the purpose of the meeting and no other business shall be transacted thereat.  The quorum for such a meeting shall be a majority of the Board.  The Club President, or in her absence, the Club Vice President, shall preside over these meetings.

 

 

SECTION 4.  Voting.  Each Full Member shall be entitled to one vote at any meeting of the Club at which that Member is present, provided that the Member is in good standing.

 

Each grandfathered Associate Member, as described in ARTICLE I, SECTION 2 of these Bylaws, shall be entitled to one vote at any meeting of the Club at which that Member is present, provided that the Associate Member is in good standing.  Associate Members joining the Club on or after January 1, 1997, shall not be permitted to vote.

 

Proxy voting will not be permitted at any Club meeting or election.

 

Absentee voting will be permitted for election of officers only.  An absentee ballot must be submitted to the Secretary before the December meeting at which the elections are held.  The Member submitting it must sign the absentee ballot.  If a Member has submitted an absentee ballot, that Member may not vote again should she be present at the meeting at which elections are held.

 

ARTICLE III

 

CLUB OFFICERS

 

SECTION 1.  Officers.  The Club’s officers shall consist of the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Membership Chairperson, Ride Captain, and Webmaster.  These officers shall make up the Club’s Board of Directors (hereinafter referred to as the “Board”) and shall serve in their respective capacities both with regard to the Club and its meetings and the Board and its meetings.  The Board shall approve the content of any public relations communications.

 

a)      The President shall preside at all meetings of the Club and of the Board, and shall have the duties and powers normally associated with the office of the President in addition to those particularly specified in these Bylaws.

 

b)      The Vice President shall have the duties and exercise the powers of the President in case of the President’s absence, death or incapacity.  The Vice President shall work closely with and assist the Club President with her duties.

 

c)      The Secretary shall keep a written record of all meetings of the Club and of the Board and of all matters for which the Board shall order a written record.  She shall have charge of the correspondence and notify Members of meetings.

 

d)      The Treasurer shall collect and receive all moneys due or belonging to the Club.  She shall deposit the same in a bank designated by the Board, in the name of the Club.  Her books shall at all times be open to inspection of the Board and she shall provide a verbal or written report to them at every meeting on the condition of the Club’s finances and every item of receipt or payment not before reported; and at the annual meeting she shall render a written account of all monies received and expended during the previous fiscal year.

 

e)      The Membership Chairperson shall keep an up-to-date list of the Club Members, including but not limited to, Members’ names, mailing addresses, contact phone numbers (i.e. home or cell), e-mail addresses, type of motorcycle(s) owned, date of Membership, each Member’s status, the date a new Member fulfills the MFS requirement in ARTICLE I, SECTION 13, AMA Membership number, if Club Membership is terminated, the date and reason for such termination, Associate Member’s sponsor at the time of Membership renewal and any other information deemed necessary.   This list shall be subject to all rights of inspection required by law. This list shall be available to Members only.  The Membership Chairperson shall also maintain the Club e-mail list for Members of the Club and a separate e-mail list for guests.  The Membership Chairperson shall attend general meetings and meetings of the Board. She shall also record attendance at meetings, record names, addresses and phone numbers of guests and carry out such other duties such as the Membership Contact List as specified in ARTICLE I, SECTION 7 of these Bylaws.

 

f)        The Ride Captain shall meet the following requirements:

 

i)             Have at least four years riding experience;

ii)            Have been a Club Member for at least one year; and

iii)          Have successfully completed the Experienced Rider Course given by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF).

 

The Ride Captain is in complete charge of Club rides.  She explains hand signals and Club riding “rules” to participants prior to each ride.  She plans routes when applicable and selects a tailgunner.  Her duties include providing information on future rides, fees, and where and when to meet.  If she is unable to attend a scheduled ride, she appoints a temporary Ride Captain to assume her duties.  She attends general meetings and meetings of the Board.  The Ride Captain provides ride information to the Webmaster and the names of Members and guests who participate in rides to the Membership Chairperson.

 

g)      The Webmaster shall be responsible for maintaining and publishing the Club's website and producing and editing the on-line newsletter. The Webmaster shall also maintain web links, contact addresses, electronic guest book and any additional website maintenance as needed. The Webmaster shall maintain the Club's e-mail accounts and the officer and/or special e-mail accounts associated with the website.  This includes forwarding the contents of these mailboxes to the appropriate personal e-mail accounts.

 

The Webmaster will pay the Club web space rental and domain name registration fees and be reimbursed by the Treasurer upon submitting the receipts.  As this position requires technical expertise, the Webmaster may solicit assistance from the Membership as needed.

 

 

Section 2.  Board.  The Board of Directors shall be comprised of the Club Officers, all of whom shall be Full Members in good standing.  The size and makeup of the Board may be modified from time to time by a voting quorum.  General management of the Club’s affairs shall be entrusted to the Board.

 

a)         No Full Members shall hold more than one office concurrently.

b)         Officers shall serve for a period of one calendar year and may serve more than one term consecutively.

 

 

Section 3.  Vacancies.  Any vacancies occurring on the Board during the year shall be filled by a majority vote of the voting quorum of Full Members of the Club and the Grandfathered Associate Members of the Club at its first regular meeting following the creation of such vacancy.  The term of this elected office shall last until the next annual election.

 

However, the Vice President shall fill a vacancy in the office of President automatically.  The resulting vacancy in the office of the Vice President shall be filled by election.

 


Article IV

 

THE CLUB YEAR, ANNUAL MEETING, ELECTIONS

 

SECTION 1.  Club Year.  The Club’s fiscal year shall begin on the 1st day of January and end on the 31st day of December.

 

The Club’s official year shall begin immediately at the conclusion of the election at the annual meeting and shall continue through the election at the next annual meeting.

 

 

SECTION 2.  Annual Meeting.  The annual meeting shall be held in the month of December at which Officers for the ensuing year shall be elected by secret, written ballot when there is more than one nomination for a position from those nominated in accordance with ARTICLE IV, SECTION 3 of these Bylaws.  The newly elected and/or re-elected officers shall take office immediately upon the conclusion of the election and each retiring officer shall turn over to her successor all properties and records relating to that office within 30 days after the election.

 

SECTION 3.  Nominations.  Only Full Members in good standing may be nominated and hold office and no person may be a candidate in a Club election who has not been nominated. A nominee for President shall have held a position on the Board for at least one year within the previous two years prior to the nomination.

 

a)      Nominations shall be made at the October meeting by any Member in attendance provided that the person so named does not decline when her name is proposed and provided further that if the proposed candidate is not in attendance at this meeting, her proposer shall present to the Secretary a written statement from the proposed candidate signifying her willingness to be a candidate.  No person may be a candidate for more than one position.

b)      In the event that the candidate withdraws her name, a new nomination may be made in November for that position only.

 

 

SECTION 4.  Elections.  The nominated candidate receiving the greatest number of votes for each office shall be declared elected.

 


ARTICLE V

 

E-Mail LIST, WEBSITE

 

SECTON 1. Club E-Mail Distribution List. All Members’ e-mail addresses are on the Club e-mail distribution list. The Club e-mail list shall be used to send Club information, such as minutes of Club meetings, notices of meetings, rides and messages concerning motorcycling. The e-mail list shall not be used to send jokes, chain letters, and political or religious messages to Club Members.

 

SECTON 2. Club Website. The website is maintained by the Webmaster. The Webmaster shall send any request to place a link on the Club’s website for approval by a majority of the Board. No links shall be made to a commercial site. Links must conform to the objective of the Club’s Constitution.

 

ARTICLE VI

 

COMMITTEES

 

SECTION 1.  The Board may each year appoint standing committees comprised of Club Members to advance the work of the Club in such matters as fund raising, motorcycle events, Membership and other fields. Special committees may also be appointed by the Board to aid it on particular projects. All committees shall always be subject to the final authority of the Board. 

 

 

SECTION 2.  Any committee member appointed may be terminated by a majority vote of the Board upon written or e-mail notice to the appointee; and the Board may appoint successors to those persons whose services have been terminated.

 

 

 

 

ARTICLE VII

 

AMENDMENTS

 

SECTION 1.  Amendments to the Constitution and Bylaws may be proposed by the Board or by written petition addressed to the Secretary, signed by a voting quorum.  Amendments proposed by such petition shall be promptly considered by the Board and must be submitted to the Membership with recommendations of the Board for a vote within two months of the date when the Secretary received the petition. 

 

 

SECTION 2.  The Constitution and Bylaws may be amended by a voting quorum at any regular or special meeting called for the purpose, provided the proposed amendments have been pre-approved by the Board, included in the notice of the meeting, and mailed or e-mailed to each Member at least two (2) weeks prior to the date of the meeting.

 

 


ARTICLE VIII

 

DISSOLUTION

 

SECTION 1. Dissolution.  The Club may be dissolved at any time by the written consent of not less than two-thirds (⅔) of all voting Members.  The Membership of the Club shall be notified of the proposed dissolution by mail or e-mail.  In the event of the dissolution of the Club other than for purposes of reorganization, whether voluntary or involuntary or by operation of law, none of the property of the Club nor any proceeds thereof nor any assets of the Club shall be distributed to any Members of the Club but after payment of the debts of the Club, its property and assets shall be given to a charitable organization selected by a two-thirds (⅔) majority of all voting Members present.

 

 

 

 

ARTICLE IX

 

ORDER OF BUSINESS

 

SECTION 1.  At meetings of the Club, the order of business, so far as the character and nature of the meeting may permit, shall be as follows:

 

                        Call to Order

Roll Call

Welcome of Guests to the Meeting by the Membership Chairperson

Election of New Members

                        Report of the President

                        Report of the Vice President

                        Report of the Treasurer

                        Report of the Secretary

                        Report of the Ride Captain

                        Report of Webmaster

                        Report of the Committees

                        Election of Officers and Board (at the Annual Meeting)

                        Unfinished Business

                        New Business

                        Adjournment

 

a)      New business items shall be presented to a Club Officer no later than one week in advance of the meeting for inclusion in the agenda.

 

b)      The minutes of the last meeting shall be e-mailed within two weeks after a meeting to the Full Members and Associate Members in lieu of being read at the meeting.

 

 

SECTION 2.  At the meetings of the Board, the order of business, unless otherwise directed by a majority vote of those present, shall be as follows:

 

                        Reports of Officers

                        Reports of Committees

                        Unfinished Business

                        New Business

                        Adjournment

 

 

 

 

ARTICLE X

 

PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY

 

SECTION 1.  The rules contained in the current edition of Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised shall govern the Club in all cases to which they are applicable and in which they are not inconsistent with these Bylaws and any special rules of order the Club may adopt.

 

 


CERTIFICATE OF SECRETARY

 

OF

 

SPOKES-WOMEN MOTORCYCLE CLUB

 

 

I hereby certify that I am the duly elected and acting Secretary of the Spokes-Women Motorcycle Club and that the forgoing Constitution and Bylaws consisting of 16 pages (including this certificate), constitute the Constitution and Bylaws of the Club as duly adopted by a voting quorum at a Regular Meeting

 

 

         Held on:  _________________________________________________, 20____

 

 

            Dated:  __________________________________________________________

 

 

Witnessed By: __________________________________________________________

(Secretary)