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Chester Athletic Association, youth sports organization is governed by a group of individuals with set roles and responsibilities. As we all know, running an association is extremely rewarding, but it also requires a lot of work. Having committed volunteers to serve on our Board of Directors and share in the responsibilities can make a big difference in the success of Chester Athletic Association.


Chester Athletic Association Board of Directors

President
Robby Bodenhamer
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (804) 536-7370



Vice President
Jamie Dosier
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (804) 239-2492



Treasurer
Johnny Norton
Email: [email protected]

Phone: (804)513-5898


Baseball Director
Johnny Bodenhamer
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (804) 920-8833


Cheerleading Co-Directors
Email: [email protected]
Heather Walker-Phone:(804) 943-6987

Michelle Cox -Phone:(804)399-9647

Trislyn Bodenhamer -Phone: (804) 691-1948
Caitlyn Bodenhamer - Phone: (804)920-3353
Maryglenn Phillips -Phone: (757)678-2996






Football Director
Jamie Dosier
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (804) 239-2492





Softball Director
Rebecca Davenport

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (804) 898-5737














BYLAWS OF CHESTER ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
DBA Chester Youth Sports Boosters, Inc.


ARTICLE I

 

Name

 

 

The name of this Corporation shall be Chester Youth Sports Boosters, Inc.; hereinafter, called CYSB, or the Corporation.  CSYB shall abide by the provisions of CYSB Bylaws and the Bylaws of the Chesterfield County sports and recreational leagues in which CYSB programs participate.

 

 

ARTICLE II

 

Purpose

 

 

Section 1.  The purpose of CYSB is to follow the guidelines provided by CYSB Bylaws and the Bylaws of the Chesterfield County sports and recreational leagues in which CYSB programs participate.

 

Section 2.  CYSB is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, and non-sectarian Corporation that exists to provide positive, wholesome, family-oriented activities for children who live within the school district of CE Curtis School in Chesterfield County, Virginia.  To this purpose, CYSB will:

 

a.  Promote an organized sports and recreational program where fair play, cooperativeness, and participation will be practiced always;

 

b.  Teach our youth, through participating in CYSB programs, the fundamentals of teamwork, leadership and sportsmanship;

 

c.  Foster a spirit of good will and fellowship among CYSB members and perpetuate friendship and traditions growing out of our youth and adults participating in CYSB programs;

 

d..  Seek out opportunities to assist and improve the Chester community and immediate communities within Chesterfield County;

 

e. Develop a working relationship with sports and recreational leagues within Chesterfield County to assist in developing new ideas and programs for dissemination throughout Chesterfield County;

 

f.  Provide a forum to attract all eligible members and keep members and other interested individuals abreast of current events in CYSB;


g.  Conduct Board of Director meetings, general membership meetings and any other educational meetings deemed necessary;

 

h.  Identify members with leadership abilities and develop those members as CYSB officers, and motivate all members to assume and fulfill responsibilities to the CYSB and other members; and

 

i.  Generate revenue needed to operate CYSB sports and recreational programs, finance scholarships, and maintain administrative support.

 

Section 3.  Overall management and operation of each sports and recreation program will be consistent with the bylaws, rules, regulations, and policies of CYSB.

 

 

ARTICLE III

 

                                                                                    ORGANIZATION

 

 

Section 1.  CYSB is comprised of a Board of Directors who are responsible for providing overall policy and administrative support for the athletic and recreation association known as Chester.  Eligibility for membership with this association is determined primarily by the school boundaries, as defined by Chesterfield County, of CE Curtis, Chester Association. The following sports and recreational programs are available.

 

 

CHESTER ASSOCIATION

 

Baseball

Cheerleading

Football

Softball

Lacrosse

 

 

Section 2.  An appointed Program Director will be in charge of each CYSB sports and recreational program, and each program will be affiliated with an appropriate league within the following Chesterfield County programs: Chesterfield Baseball Club, Chesterfield Quarterback League, Chesterfield Cheerleader League, Chesterfield Youth Softball Association,  and Chesterfield Parks and Recreation

 

 

 

ARTICLE IV

 

MEMBERSHIP

 

 

Section 1.  A member is defined as a family unit (parents or guardians) who have a child participating in one of the established programs and has paid the necessary membership dues and participation fees,  or anyone actively supporting one or more of the programs or the organization with time or effort.  Membership shall be in effect for one year from the date of registration.  Each member shall have one (1) vote.

 

Section 2.  Members may be suspended or expelled and shall not upon such suspension or expulsion be entitled to the return of any portion of registration fees paid.  No member shall be deemed to be in good standing, who is delinquent in the payment of registration fees, or who is then under suspension.  While under suspension, a member shall not use any facilities of CYSB. 

 

Section 3.  Memberships may not be transferred.  Termination of a membership shall not entitle a member to any portion of registration fees paid.

 

Section 4.  Any resident of the community above the age of 18 years may become a member of the Corporation.

 

 

ARTICLE V

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

 

Section 1.  The Board of Directors shall consist of CYSB officers and programs directors.

 

Section 2.  Directors shall be elected by the General Membership each year. 

 

a.  Only members in good standing shall be eligible to serve as members of the Board of Directors.

 

b.  Terms of directors shall run for One (1) year. In the event a director shall cease to be active, then such replacement shall be made by an election of the Board of Directors.  This replacement term expires at the next election of directors by the General Membership. 

 

Section 3.  The Board of Directors shall prescribe rules for the operation of the Corporation's facilities and perform such other duties, not expressly prohibited herein, as they in their discretion may deem to be for the best interest of the Corporation.


Section 4.  The Board of Directors shall make available upon request of an active member, a report showing the status of each program.

 

Section 5.  The President shall have supervision over all committees.

 

 

ARTICLE VI

 

OFFICERS, PROGRAM DIRECTORS AND COORDINATORS

 

 

Section 1.  The officers of CYSB shall consist of a President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary.  An appointed Program Director will be in charge of each CYSB sports and recreational program. These persons shall be members of the Board of Directors.

 

Section 2.  The President shall preside over all meetings of the Board of Directors and Membership.  The President also shall:

 

a.  Sign, in conjunction with the Secretary, all contracts and papers relating to the affairs of the Corporation.

 

b.  Make, with the approval of the Board of Directors, all appointments to committees, whether from the Board of Directors or the general membership.

 

c.  Perform all other acts properly belonging to their office, including executive supervision of all activities of the Corporation and the employees thereof. 

 

d.  Explain any emergency spending and how purchased at the first meeting after occurrence. 


e.  Present members with an agenda at the start of each meeting.

 

Section 3.  The Vice President shall assume the full responsibilities, duties, and obligations of the President upon their absence.  The Vice President shall also:

 

a.  Become the President until the next scheduled election in the case of the death, removal, or resignation of the President.

 

b.  Review the bylaws each year and recommend any changes to the Board of Directors by the third month of the new fiscal year.

 

c.  Chair the Plans and Programs Committee.  Specific duties and responsibilities are contained in Article VII, Section 2.

 


Section 4.  The Secretary shall make and keep minutes of all meetings of the Board of Directors and of the active members.  The Secretary also shall:

 

a.  Maintain a membership record containing the names and addresses of all members.

 

b.  Maintain all correspondence of the Corporation.

 

c.  Attest signature of the officers of the Corporation when required on contracts or other papers relating to the affairs of the Corporation. 

 

d.  Plan and complete all arrangements for monthly meetings, and all other meetings and activities involving participation of the Corporation.

 

e.  Notify Board members by telephone or personally prior to scheduled meetings.

 

f.  Provide written notification to the general membership of the time and place of the annual meeting in November.

 

g.  Perform all other functions normally evolving upon such office.

 

Section 5.  The Treasurer oversees all income and expenses of all programs and the Corporation in accordance with the financial procedures contained in attachment 1 of these Bylaws.  The Treasurer shall also:

 

a. Make Corporate books available for review by the Board upon a written request by any member of the Board within thirty (30) days of the request.

 

b.  Report and distribute a current financial report at each regularly scheduled meeting.

 

c.  Chair the Ways and Means Committee.  Specific duties and responsibilities are contained in Article VII, Section 3.

 

Section 6.  Program Directors shall be responsible for all activities and requirements related to their assigned programs.  Program Directors shall also:

 

a.  Attend monthly business meeting regularly of the Corporation and report monthly to the Board of Directors regarding the status of their assigned programs.

 

b.  Designate an alternate in writing with full voting privileges to represent their program when they are unable to attend a meeting. 

 

c.  Submit a proposed balanced operating budget to the Board of Directors for approval three (3) months prior to  beginning of a new season and request approval by the Board for any proposed deviations that exceed the approved budget.

 

d.  Maintain accountability over all receipts, deposits and operating expenses.  Monthly reconciliation with the Treasurer's financial reports shall be accomplished.

 

e.  Maintain accountability over their equipment, uniforms, and supplies and report the status of pre- and post-season inventories to the Treasurer.

 

f.  Appoint and train their coaching staffs and coordinators.  Consideration should be made  to give existing coaches and coordinators in good standing with the Corporation first opportunity to continue their positions.

 

g.  Coordinate concession stand operations and procedures with the other Program Directors, where applicable.

 

h.  Attend and represent CYSB at all Chesterfield County meetings regarding assigned sports or recreational program.

 

i.  Coordinate with representatives of Chesterfield County to obtain and schedule practice fields, gyms, and meeting rooms for their respective programs.

 

j.  Conduct registrations for assigned programs, including advertising, scheduling, and collecting and depositing membership dues and participation fees.

 

k.  Buy and sign for materials and report all spending and provide all invoices to the Treasurer.

 

l.  Document policies, procedures, and responsibilities of their programs to ensure continuity is maintained during transition to a succeeding Program Director. 

 

Section 7.  All Officers and Program Directors shall deliver to their successors, immediately upon completion of their duties, all records, handbooks, papers, equipment, supplies, and other pertinent materials.

 

 

 

ARTICLE VII

 

NOMINATIONS, ELECTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS

 

 

Section 1.  To maintain continuity and experience on the Board of Directors, new directors shall be elected by the General Membership each year. 

 

Section 2.  The Board of Directors shall appoint a nominating committee at the September meeting  to develop a list of nominees for consideration and approval by the directors. 

 

a.  The committee shall be comprised of four (4) existing members of the Board of Directors. 

b.  The committee shall present a list of nominees at the October meeting for approval.  Nominees shall be current members in good standing. 

 

c.  The approved list shall be presented for election at the general membership meeting in November.

 

Section 3.  Terms of directors shall run for three (1) year.  In the event a director shall cease to be active, then such replacement shall be made by an election of the Board of Directors.  This replacement term expires at the next election of directors by the General Membership. 

 

Section 4.   The officers of the Corporation and Program Directors shall be chosen by the directors as soon as practical after the annual meeting of the Corporation. 

 

a.  The term of office or position shall be one (1) year, beginning January 1st and ending December 31st.  The officers and Program Directors may succeed themselves for additional terms. 

b.  Only one (1) office or position may be held by the same person. 

 

c.  If the office of any officer or Program Director becomes vacant for any reason, the vacancy shall be filled by the Board of Directors.

 

Section 5.  The President shall, as soon after taking office as is practical appoint and maintain such Standing Committees as is necessary to carry out the purposes and programs of the Corporation.  Each program will be responsible to run the program within the rules, and regulation of that program.  These rules and regulations must be made available to the Board of Directors upon request.

 
 

 

ARTICLE  VIII

 

MEETINGS AND QUORUMS

 

 

Section 1.  The Corporation normally conducts four (4) types of meetings: (10 Board of Directors, (2) Membership, (3) Executive, and (4) Special.

 

a.  Board of Director meetings will be conducted ten (9) months during the year.  There will be a general membership meeting in November and no meeting during the month of July and December. These meetings affect the business activities of the Corporation and regular attendance by directors is mandatory.

 


b.  There shall be at least one meeting of the general membership conducted during the second week in November of each year.  The Secretary shall provide written notice of every general membership meeting of the Corporation to each member at least five (5) days prior to the date named for the meeting.  Membership shall elect seven (7) new board members during this meeting.

 

c.  The President or one-fourth (1/4) of the Board of Directors can call an executive session at any time deemed necessary.

 

d.  The President or one-fourth (1/4) of the Board of Directors can call special meetings as deemed necessary. 

 

e.  Membership can request the President to call a special meeting when at least twenty-five (25) active members provide a written petition that fully explains the reason for such meeting.  No business, other than that contained in the written petition, can be conducted during the meeting.

 

Section 2.  The President shall preside over and the Secretary shall make and keep minutes of all meetings of the Board of Directors and Membership of the active members.  The President is to present members with an agenda at the start of each meeting.  At-large board members will receive a copy of minutes from each monthly meeting. 

 

a.  If the President is absent, the Vice President shall preside over the meeting.  If neither the President nor the Vice President is present, the directors present shall elect a presiding officer for such meeting. 

 

b.  If the Secretary is absent, a director appointed by the presiding officer shall record minutes of all meetings.

 

Section 3.  There shall be at least one meeting of the general members conducted during the second week in November of each year.

 

a.  Notice of every general membership meeting of the Corporation shall be provided the membership in writing at least five (5) days prior to the date named for the meeting.

 

b.  The Board of Directors shall determine the location and date at the September Board meeting.

 

c.  Membership shall elect  new board members during this meeting.

 

Section 4.  Meetings of the Board of Directors, Program Directors, and chairperson for any specified committee shall be held monthly, or on call by the President. 

 

a.  Time and place of Board meetings shall be determined by the President.  A report of business conducted at the monthly meetings will be made available to the general membership upon request. 

 


b.  Meetings of the Board shall be open to any member of the Corporation except when the Board has voted to go into an executive session. 

 

c.  At any Board meeting other than those in executive session, any member of the Corporation may conduct business with, or address the Board on matters concerning the general membership, provided notification of such business and a request for inclusion on the Board agenda has been given to the President at least three (3) days prior to the Board meeting. 

 

d.  All Program Directors will have a designated alternate in writing, with full voting privileges to represent their programs.  The Program Director for any program not represented in two (2) consecutive meetings, or three (3) meetings during a fiscal year, will be replaced.

 

e.  A director shall be deemed to be inactive, who misses at least two (2) consecutive required meetings of the Board of Directors.

 

Section 5.  One-third (1/3) of the Board of Directors shall be necessary to constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.  Any acts of the Directors present at a meeting at which one-third (1/3) of the Board of Directors is present shall be the acts of the Board of Directors.

 

Section 6.  A quorum at any meeting of the general membership shall consist of at least Ten (10) members in good standing, including at least four (4) of the Board of Directors .  A two-thirds (2/3) vote of those members present at meetings is necessary to conduct business of CYSB. Majority approval is required.

 

Section 7.  Each member in good standing shall be entitled to one vote at meetings of the Corporation, if they are present.  No member may vote by proxy.

   

 

ARTICLE IX

 

BUSINESS PRACTICES AND FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

 

 

Section 1.  The fiscal year of the Corporation shall begin on January 1st and end on December 31st of each calendar year.

 

Section 2.  The Board of Directors shall see that all participants on any sports or recreational program sponsored by CYSB shall before such participation, have executed and submitted a parental consent form to the Board of Directors.  Said form shall be uniform, and shall be exclusive of any parental consent form which might be required by any league in which such team participated.

 

Section 3.  Membership dues and participation fees are approved by the Board of Directors. 

 


a.  Program Directors will determine the amount needed for dues and fees to cover their anticipated operating expenses for the fiscal year and present their recommendation, along with budget proposals, to the Board for approval.

 

b.  Membership dues and participation fees should be set at a break-even amount and should be consistent with like programs of the Corporation and other associations.

 

c.  Membership dues and participation fees are payable prior to a child's participation in a Corporate sports or recreation activity and should be paid at each registration.

 

d.  Children shall not be precluded from participating in sports and recreational activities of the Corporation due to family financial hardships.  Scholarships for these children shall be programmed within operating expenses to ensure equal participation by all members in good standing.  Program Directors have the responsibility for determining scholarship awards.

 

e.  Uniforms or equipment shall not be issued prior to full payment of all fees unless prior arrangements have been made with the Program Director.

 

 

Section 4.  Each person now or hereafter a director or officer of the Corporation (and their heirs, executors and administrators) shall be indemnified by the Corporation against all costs and expenses, including attorneys' fees, imposed upon or reasonably incurred by them in connection with any action, suit, proceeding, or claim to which they are or may be made a party by resin of his/her being or having been a director or officer of the Corporation or at its request or any of the corporation (whether or not a director or officer at the time such costs or expenses are incurred by or imposed upon him/her, except in relation to matters as to which they shall have been finally adjudged in such action, suit or proceeding, or upon such claim to be liable for misfeasance of non-feasance in the performance of their duties as such director or officer.  In case of settlement of any such action, suit, proceeding or claim, such person shall be entitled to such in indemnification ( including the amount of settlement) as to any particular matter, if  (1) the Corporation shall receive the opinion of independent counsel that such person was not liable for the alleged misfeasance or non-feasance with respect to such matter and that the terms of settlement, with respect thereto are not unreasonable, or  (2) the active members (other than directors and officers entitled to indemnification in connection with acts or omissions involved) present at an annual or special meeting shall approve the settlement.  The foregoing indemnification shall not be exclusive of any other rights to which they may be entitled.

 

Section 5.  The Board of Directors shall secure, for the protection of the Corporation, public liability and property damage insurance and other forms of insurance in such amounts as may be deemed necessary to fully cover complete operations of the Corporation.

 

Section 6.  The Board of Directors may secure the fidelity of the Treasurer of the Corporation and may secure fidelity of other officers or employees by bond or otherwise and in such an amount as shall be deemed proper.


 

Section 7.  The Board of Directors shall have the power to make or authorize all purchases necessary or desirable for the operation of the Corporation and to employ or authorize the employment of all employees of the Corporation and to fix their compensation, and to do or cause to be done all the other things necessary for the operation and maintenance of the Corporation. 

 

Section 8.  All check or demands for money and notes of the Corporation shall be signed by such officer and officers or such other person or persons as the Board of Directors may from time to time determine.

 

Section 9.  The President is empowered to spend funds not to exceed $1,000.00 for an emergency purchase.  An emergency purchase shall be deemed to be a purchase necessary for the health and well being of athletes and the health and well being of workers in the concession stand.  An emergency shall be deemed as anything that happens out of normal control; e.g., fire, theft, natural disaster, or a major breakdown of concession equipment. 

 

Section 10.  Program Directors shall submit a balanced operating budget to the Board of Directors for approval.

 

a.  All summer programs must submit their budgets at the January Board of Directors meeting. 

 

b.  All other programs must submit their budgets to the Board of Directors three (3) months prior to primary registration. 

 

c.  Any expense above the approved budget must be authorized by the Board of Directors.  If funds are abused, the Board is empowered to take legal action.

 

d.  The Board of Directors shall conduct a specific review on any program continuing to operate with a deficit to determine why a break-even operation is not being maintained.

 

Section 11.  Only Program Directors, or their designated alternatives, are permitted to buy and sign for materials.

 

a.  All spending will be reported to the Treasurer within seven (7) days, regardless of amount. 

 

b.  All deposit slips and invoices are to be turned into the Treasurer within seven to fourteen (7-14) days. 

 

c.  All vendors are to send a copy of proceed invoice to the Treasurer. 

 


Section 12.  The Board of Directors shall have the power to borrow from members of the Corporation or other institutions or individuals for operating expenses.  Amounts, term, and conditions of such borrowing are to be determined by the directors. 

 

Section 13.  All revenues, including membership dues, participation fees, fund raising activities, and concession sales shall be deposited immediately upon receipt into the financial institution designated by the Board of Directors.  This account shall be designated for the Corporation and shall be distributed to sport and recreational programs as approved by the Board.

 

Section 14.  All assets associated with operating sports and recreation programs of the Corporation are controlled by the Board of Directors.  Program Directors have responsibility for making operational decisions in accordance with approved budgets.  Any deviation from approved budgets, or final disposition of Corporate assets shall only be accomplished by Board approval.

 

Section 15.  The Board of Directors shall require an audit to be made of the accounts of the Corporation for each calendar year.  Such annual audits may be made by an auditing committee appointed from the active membership or by independent accountants engaged for that purpose if the Board of Directors deems such action advisable.

 

 

Section 16.  The Board of Directors shall be responsible for ensuring that all statues and requirements of Chesterfield County, the State of Virginia, and the Federal Government are satisfied.  This includes, but is not limited to: concession lease agreements, corporate certification, state and federal tax returns, and any applicable fees associated with these requirements.

 

 

ARTICLE   X

 

MEMBERSHIP CONDUCT, RESPONSIBILITY

 AND DISCIPLINARY ACTION

 

 

Section 1.  Any member who indulges in conduct deemed detrimental to the Corporation shall be subject to disciplinary action, including suspension from Corporate activities.  While under suspension, a member shall not use any facilities of CYSB.

 

a.  Disciplinary actions may be taken by the Board of Directors following an investigation and complete review of the situation.

 

b.  Decisions of the Board of Directors will be made in writing to the member(s) in question within 30 days following the date of the incident.

 

Section 2.  No member shall be deemed to be in good standing, who is delinquent in the payment of membership dues or participation fees, or who is then under suspension. 


 

Section 3.  Any officer elected or appointed by the Board of Directors may be removed at any time, based on misconduct or abuse of powers, by the affirmative vote of a majority of the whole Board of Directors. 

 

Section 4.  Any member who believes that they have been treated unfairly, or that the decision of the Corporation is not consistent with organizational objectives and does not advance the general welfare of the membership, shall have the right to file a complaint with the President.  Such complaint must be written and signed by the complaining party.  The complaint shall be retained as a permanent record of the Corporation.

 

a.  The President shall appoint two (2) members from the Board and one (1) member chosen by the member named in the complaint, who will evaluate the complaint and conduct any investigation they deem necessary.

 

b.  The results of such an evaluation and recommended actions will be reported to the President immediately and to the Board at the next business meeting. 

 

c.  The Board will review the complaint and recommended actions, and with a simple majority vote will approve recommendations, or determine an alternative action.

 

d.  The Board shall forward the written results of their evaluation and actions to the last known address of the complaining party within seven (7) days of said meeting.  This notification shall be retained as a permanent record of the Corporation.

 

e.  The complaining party may appeal the Board's decision with a written and signed appeal at the next succeeding business meeting of the Corporation.  The Board shall review the appeal at the next scheduled or special meeting and make a final decision on the appeal.  The Board shall forward the written results of their decision to the complaining party within seven (7) days of said meeting.  This notification shall be retained as a permanent record of the Corporation.. 

 

Section 5.  A Board member, who misses at least two (2) consecutive required meetings of the Board of Directors, shall be deemed to be inactive and shall be replaced.

 

a.  A member deemed inactive may request reinstatement by appearing at the next Board meeting following the meeting in which they were deemed inactive, showing just cause as to why they should not be removed from the Board. 

 

b.  A two-thirds (2/3) affirmative vote of the board members present is necessary to reinstate the member requesting reinstatement to the Board. 

 

Section 4.  If any athletic or cheerleading program is not represented by the Program Director, or their designated alternate, for two (2)  consecutive meetings, the Program Director will be replaced.


 

 

ARTICLE   XI

 

RULES OF ORDER

 

 

The Board of Directors shall appoint a Parliamentarian who will attend all meetings of the Board of Directors and the general meetings.  Roberts Rules of Order will prevail at all meetings.  The Parliamentarian will interpret any question on the rules and will notify the President when infraction occur.

 

 

 

ARTICLE  XII

 

CONCESSION STAND

 

 

Section 1.  The concession stand located at Goyne Park is available as a fund raising activity for the Corporation.  Operational considerations and procedures are outlined in the attached 2 of these Bylaws.

 

 

ARTICLE  XIII

 

RATIFICATION AND AMENDMENTS

 

 

Section 1.  The Bylaws will become effective when approved by a simple majority vote of the eligible general membership present and voting.

 

Section 2.  These Bylaws may be amended or repealed by a simple majority vote of the members attending any regular business meeting provided due notice of which amendments are pending is made available to each member least thirty (30) days prior to the meeting date at which action is to be taken.  The Bylaws may be amended or repealed by a two-thirds majority vote of the members attending any regular or special business meeting without prior notice.

 

Section 3.  The Vice President will review the Bylaws each year and recommend any changes to the Board of Directors by the third month of the new fiscal year.

 

 

 

 


ARTICLE  XIV

 

DISSOLUTION

 

 

A two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of all CYSB members eligible to vote is required to effect dissolution of the Corporation.  The net assets of the Corporation, upon dissolution, will be distributed under the direction of the Board of Directors.  Any distribution of the Corporation's assets will only be made to nonprofit, or charitable organizations. 

 

 

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