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					                                       BYLAWS
     There was then presented to the meeting for adoption a proposed set of Bylaws of
the corporation. The Bylaws were considered and discussed and, on motion duly made
and seconded, it was unanimously

     RESOLVED, that the Bylaws presented to this meeting be and hereby are adopted
as the Bylaws of the corporation;

    RESOLVED FURTHER, that the Secretary of this corporation is directed to see that
a copy of the Bylaws is kept at the corporation's principal office.


                            CORPORATE TAX EXEMPTIONS

     The Chairperson announced that, upon application previously submitted to the
Internal Revenue Service, the corporation was determined to be exempt from payment
of federal corporate income taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code
per Internal Revenue Service determination letter dated                  ,20_. The
Chairperson then presented the federal tax exemption determination letter and the
Secretary was instructed to insert this letter in the corporate records book.

     The Chairperson announced that the corporation was exempt from applicable state
corporate income, franchise or similar taxes. The Chairperson instructed the Secretary
to place a copy of any correspondence related to the corporation's state corporate tax
exemption in the corporate records book.


                                ELECTION OF OFFICERS

     The Chairperson then announced that the next item of business was the election of
officers. Upon motion, the following persons were unanimously elected to the offices
shown after their names:

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Cheryl Gor)@(alez                              ~President
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Marcie Cook                                     s~>
                                                Treasurer.     ~.           ((l.W

    Each officer who was present accepted his or her office. Thereafter, the President
presided at the meeting as Chairperson of the meeting, and the Secretary of the
corporation acted as secretary of the meeting.


                                   PRINCIPAL OFFICE

     After discussion as to the exact location of the corporation's principal office for the
transaction of business in the county named in the Bylaws, upon motion duly made and
seconded, it was
    RESOLVED, that the principal office of this corporation shall be located at:



               2410 Cinco Woods
               San Antonio, Texas 78259

                                    BANK ACCOUNT


    Upon motion duly made and seconded, it was                                ()   .    /J
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    RESOLVED, that the funds of this corporation shall be deposited with     .llicl-~
      RESOLVED FURTHER, that the Treasurer of this corporation be and hereby is
authorized and directed to establish an account with said bank and to deposit the funds
of this corporation therein.

    RESOLVED FURTHER, that any officer, employee or agent of this corporation be
and is authorized to endorse checks, drafts or other evidences of indebtedness made
payable to this corporation, but only for the purpose of deposit.

    RESOLVED FURTHER, that all checks, drafts and other instruments obligating this
corporation to pay money shall be signed on behalf of this corporation by any
              of the following cersons:




    RESOLVED FURTHER, that said bank be and hereby is authorized to honor and
pay all checks and drafts of this corporation signed as provided herein.

      RESOLVED FURTHER, that the authority hereby conferred shall remain in force
until revoked by the Board of Directors of this corporation and until written notice of such
revocation shall have been received by said bank.

     RESOLVED FURTHER, that the Secretary of this corporation be and hereby is
authorized to certify as to the continuing authority of these resolutions, the persons
authorized to sign on behalf of this corporation and the adoption of said bank's standard
form of resolution, provided that said form does not vary materially from the terms of the
foregoing resolutions.
                           COMPENSATION        OF OFFICERS

    There followed a discussion concerning the compensation to be paid by the
corporation to its officers. Upon motion duly made and seconded, it was unanimously

    RESOLVED, that the following annual salaries be paid to the officers of this
corporation:

    President

    Vice President
                       $

                       $
                                                             \
    Secretary          $

    Treasurer          $


                                  CORPORATE SEAL

    The Secretary presented to the meeting for adoption a proposed form of seal of the
corporation. Upon motion duly made and seconded, it was:

     RESOLVED, that the form of corporate seal presented to this meeting be and
hereby is adopted as the seal of this corporation, and the Secretary of the corporation is
directed to place an impression thereof in the space next to this resolution.



                                     (Impress seal here)




                             CORPORATE      CERTIFICATES

    The Secretary then presented to the meeting proposed director, sponsor,
membership or other forms of corporate certificates for approval by the board. Upon
motion duly made and seconded, it was

    RESOLVED, that the form of certificates presented to this meeting are hereby
adopted for use by this corporation and the Secretary is directed to attach a copy of
each form of certificate to the minutes of this meeting.




   Since there was no further business to come before the meeting, on motion duly
made and seconded, the meeting was adjourned.

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Dated:               j/ ;) 00 Y
            .          /M~
s~n,            Secretary
                    tv1INUTESOF THE FIRST MEMBERSHIP MEETING OF



                 eeting of the membership was held on
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at                                                         in the State of   li~      7

     The meeting was called to order by                                                       acting

chaimerson of the organization who explained that the incorporators of this organization had met
                                    0-     and had elected as temporary officers of this organization

the following:
                     ~     ~             ~O{)6
                             ~~:
                  ~                                   c4 VI~                 ~      Acting President
                                                                                    Acting Secretary

     The chairperson then explained the purposes for which this meeting was called and asked the

secretary to read the certificate of Incorporation of this organization as it had been filed in the
office of the Secretary of State.

     After the secretary had complied with the request, a motion was duly made and carried that
the secretary be directed to spread a copy of such certificate at length upon the minutes of this

meeting and that a copy of the receipt issued by the Secretary of State's Office be affixed to the
minutes of this meeting.

     The bylaws' committee appointed at the Meeting of Incorporators presented a proposed set of
bylaws. The proposed bylaws were taken up, read and by vote approved as the bylaws of the

corporation. The secretary was directed to annex a copy of the bylaws to these minutes.
The chairperson then stated that nomination for officers were in order. The following were
nominated:

       For President:

       For Vice-president:

       For Secretary:   \    /'I       J...       #
       For Treasurer/        ~

       The chairperson then appointed



as inspectors of election for this election. They distributed blank ballots and requested that each
member write the name of his or her candidate for office on such sheet and deposit it in the

receptacle provided.

   After each member had cast his or her vote the chairperson declared the polls closed. The

inspectors retired to canvass the vote and the meeting proceeded to consider other business.

   The inspectors of election then notified the chairperson that the canvass of the ballots had

been completed and they were ready to certify as to the results. The following persons were
elected for the ensuing year as officers of this organization:

       For President:
       For Vice-President:
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       For Secretary: '\.                              ~.
       For Treasurer:/
The chairperson then announced that nomination for Directors were in order. The following were
nominated:



The inspectors distributed the ballots requesting that each member write in the names of the

directors for the next ensuing year and to deposit such ballot in the receptacle provided.
   After each member had cast his or her ballot the chairperson declared the polls closed. The

inspectors retired to canvass the vote.

   The inspectors then notified the chairperson that the canvass of the ballots had been
completed and they were ready to certify as to the results. The following persons were elected as
directors for the ensuing term:



                                                                      the acting chairman asked the
duly ~lected president, to assume the chair.

                                           the President, took over the chair for the balance of the

meeting. The President requested the rest of the elected officers to take their regular places.
   The following business was transacted:
        MEETING MINUTES FOR THE DISTRIBUTORS ASSOCIATION
                    March 13, 2004 9:00am to 9:00pm
                            Las Vegas, NY


Motion to Form the Distributors Rights Association

Submitted by: Ron Goldbeck seconded by: Angelina Lazar Passed by unanimous vote


Motion to adopt the changed version of Sale of Downline to read: The Distributor
Rights Association maintains that no matter what the conflict or status of the Distributor
shall maintain the right to sell the legal rights granted to the Distributor in a company's
Distributor Agreement and the Distributors rights as an intended third party beneficiary
of all Distributor Agreements between the Distributors downline and the company Such
sale shall not require company permission and the distributor shall have at least one year
in order to consummate the sale.

Submitted by: Mark Meckler (anonymous), Moved by: Ron Goldbeck, seconded by:
Leanne Jackson, Passed by unanimous vote.

Motion to adopt the changed version of Standard for MLM Independent Contractor
Contracts to read:
Unfair contracts. Are Independent Contractor contracts are too long to reasonably be
understood by Distributors who are not lawyers? Contracts shall be in 10 point type and
not longer then 15 typed pages shall have a required disclosure to the layperson it is a
contract and to consultant an attorney about the contract. (Terms of agreement, policies
and procedures, comp plan and all associated agenda). Operational items such as
ordering procedures shall not be included sine they make the contact more confusing to
the lay person. The language in the contract should be ale to be understood by a lay
person/consumer who is signing up as a distributor. Many of these contracts are
confusing to the lay person.

Submitted by: Greg Arnold, seconded by: Michael Rothberg, Passed by unanimous vote.

Motion to adopt the Basic Distributor Rights to read:

By entering into an agreement with this company, each Distributor is entitled to specific
and undeniable rights to protect and preserve immediate and long term residual income.

Submitted by: Peter Mingils, seconded by: Sandi Cohen, Passed by unanimous vote.

Motion to adopt The Contractual Agreement to read:

The DRA maintains there is no legal or logical support for a contractual agreement
between a Company and Independent Distributor to be altered by one party, i.e.,
Company, without the agreement ofthe other party i.e., Independent Distributor.
The DRA maintains that the Company obligations and Distributor rights' must be
unequivocally stated in the contractual agreement between Company and Distributor.

Submitted by: Angelina Lazar, seconded by: Cindy Samuelson, Passed by unanimous
vote.

Change to last sentence of #2 in the Bill of Rights - Move the sentence that begins No
restrictions to the end of the paragraph.

Change # 2 in the Bill of Rights to read: Distributors' personal business relationships
shall be honored and protected. Distributors' downlines that are personally sponsored,
and personal retail customers are part of the distributors' business. No restrictions shall
be placed on any legitimate business relationship. Company's recognize the sacred
nature of the sponsor/distributor relationship. Distributors have the right to expect
company's efforts to support and sustain that relationship, and do nothing to compete
with or harm the Distributors business.

Submitted by Tim Transtrum, seconded by: Greg Arnold, Passed by unanimous vote.


Motion to approve # 3 in the Bill of Rights - remove "for that distributor and his or her
upline." Change "should" to "shall".

Submitted by:                      , seconded by:                           Passed by
unanimous vote.

Motion to change # 4 in the Bill of Rightsto separate it into 4 parts, Which will read:
#4: Distributors have a right to a far and balanced contract.
#5: Distributors shall be protected from termination without just cause.
#6: Distributors have a right to automatic renewal without material breach of contract.
#7: Distributors have a right to a process and system of fair and independent recourse.

Submitted by: Tim Transtrum, second by: Ron Goldbeck Passed by unanimous vote.

Change to "Standard for termination" #1 to read:

Submitted by: Angelina Lazar, Seconded by:

Motion to remove #5 from the Bill of Rights. Submitted by: Rod Cook, seconded by:
, passed by unanimous vote.

Motion to approve #6 of the Bill of Rights. Submitted by:            , seconded by:
, passed by unanimous vote.
Motion to approve # 7 in the Bill of Rights submitted by Mark Ewell, seconded by:
Shirley Benton, passed by unanimous vote.

Motion to approve # 8 in the Bill of Rights Submitted by: Greg Arnold seconded by:
passed by unanimous vote.

Motion to change #9 in the Bill of Rights to read: Distributors have the right to
expect that their company has taken all reasonable steps to insure that their products are
properly represented and meet any and all legal standards, have taken all reasonable steps
to protect the proprietorship of the products and they are shipped in a timely manner.

Submitted by: Mak Ewell, seconded by: Jimmy Smith, Passed by unanimous vote.

Motion to reopen # 8 in the Bill of Rights and change it to read: Distributors have the
right to expect that their company and employees be honest and treat them courteously
and respectfully and submit to likewise treat them with mutual respect.

Submitted by: Sanjeed Javia seconded by: Tim Transtrum


Motion to approve # 10 in the Bill of Rights, submitted by Greg Arnold, seconded by:
Cynthia Benton, passed by unanimous vote.

Motion to remove #11 in the Bill of Rights, Submitted by: Rod Cook, seconded by:
Ron Goldbeck, Passed by unanimous vote.

Motion to approve DRA Standard for Terms and Conditions to read:

I) Changesin the BusinessEnvironment whichare detrimentalto the Company'sand
                                   -
   or distributors financial health.
2) Operational Procedures - The terms and conditions may be altered due to
   unanticipated or exorbitant fees cutting into the Company's profit margins or due to
   frequent distributor complaints which warrant relative modifications.
3) Unsustainable Compensation Plans:
   a) May be altered only if management discovers that the percentage payout is more
       detrimental to the sustainability, profitability and or longevity of the company
       than initially anticipated. In such an instance, the company must be able to
       qualify to the distributorship base why, with professional counsel, they failed to
       foresee the unsustainability of the compensation plan from the outset.
   b) If a company for any reason transitions to direct /retail sales, they are obliged to
       continue for the life of the company to pay distributors n their current group
       volume up to that point under the same guidelines for the then current
       compensation plan.
   c) To enhance the compensation plan unto the benefit ofthe distributors.
4) Legal Reasons - The terms and conditions may be modified due to new federal and or
   state laws recently passed or legal action which necessitates modifications in the
    terms and conditions in order for the company to remain in compliance.

    In such instances, the company is obliged to state said modifications in a company-
    wide communication, specifically qualifying why these modifications were
    obligatory.

    All such modifications need to be commensurate with the specific need that has
    arisen, and no disguised, extraneous alterations may be inserted at this time to the
    determent of the distributors, creating additional breakage for the company.

    When essential modifications in the terms and conditions are made, there will be no
    retroactive effect of said changes.

The terms and conditions shall be legible, clearly and unequivocally stated.

Submitted by Mark Ewell, seconded by: Cheryl Gonzales Passed by unanimous vote

Motion for DRA Standard "Complaints by one distributor against another" to read:
The company must require a written and signed complaint document to be mailed to the
company if one distributor is complaining about another. Emails must be followed by a
signed copy by mail to be considered. Where required by law, the company shall make
every effort to obtain the complainants permission to fully disclose to the accused the
complaint.

Submitted by: Sandi Cohen       seconded by: Dave Armstrong passed by unanimous vote

Motion to approve DRA Standard for Company Management relationship to read:
Company management must be approachable and reachable for serious and or time-
sensitive issues of distributors which could significantly affect their business or income if
customer service is unable to handle or address these issues.

Submitted by: Angelina Laraz, seconded by: Jimmy Smith passed by unanimous vote.

Motion that a Standard for a Peer Review Board to read:

A company shall form a Peer review board comprised of a corporate officer and peer
distributors that have no direct interest, that would handle fact finding and any issues
between a company and distributors.

Submitted by: Robert Butwin      seconded by: Roy            passed by unanimous vote.

Motion that DRA Standard Timeline for Internal Complaint Resolution:

The company will have up to thirty days to investigate and notify via certified mail the
accused distributor of the accusation, the accused distributor has up to thirty days to
respond, and then the company has up to thirty days for resolution.
Submitted by: Cheryl Gonzales seconded by: Angelina Lazar Passed by: unammous
vote.

Motion that DRA Standard for Immediate Termination or Suspension:

Company may shorten time periods and/or may take immediate action as necessary for
regulatory compliance or response to a criminal act.

Submitted by Shirley Benton, seconded by Gary Benton Passed by unanimous vote

Motion that MLM Life Cycles as they age be approved as written.

Submitted by: Rod Cook, seconded by: Ron Goldbeck Passed by unanimous vote

Nominations and floor vote for Election:

Chairman: Rod Cook,

President: Cheryl Gonzales

Exec Dir of Admin: Angelina Lazar

Exec Dir of Comm: Mark Ewell
Assistant: Rick Dorf,

Exec Dir of Fin: Marcie Cook

Exec Dir for Financial Support: Carolyn Johnson

Exec Dir for Membership and Conventions: Sandi Cohen

Exec Dir for Internet Operations: Collie Butler

Exec Dir of Education: Peter Mingils, Robert Butwin

Exec Dir for Corp Relations: Marlies White
Assistant: Sue Wiggins

Exec Dir for Corp Comm: Paul Murad

Exec Dir for Publicity: Andy Willoughby

Exec Dir for UK: Roy McPherson, Chris Toynton

Exec Dir for Canada: Marlies White
Exec Dir for Aust: Frank Church

Motion that the nominations be accepted as final, submitted by: David Butler, seconded
by: Michael Rosenberg, passed by unanimous vote.
                 MEETING MINUTES FOR DISTRIBUTOR RIGHTS
                              March 14, 2004
                               Las Vegas NY

Motion    - to adopt   the following levels of membership

Member- Free cannot vote at meetings
Voting Member - $50 Can vote at meetings 1 book
Executive - $100 Can vote at meetings 1 book, badge, cocktail parties
Founders - $300 until end of 2004 voting member
Founders Business - $500 until end of 2004

Submitted by: Rod Cook seconded by: Angelina Lazar passed by unanimous vote


Motion:
Companies will have a one year probation period.

Passed by unanimous vote

Motion:
Change the Founders Business to Corporate Advocate.
Submitted by: Angelina Lazar second by: Greg Arnold passed by unanimous vote

Motion to develop standards for Corporate Advocate members

Corporations can become members by passing a litmus test by the DRA investigative
committee, and signing an agreement that they subscribe to the principles of the DRA.
They will then be allowed to use a standard DRA seal.

Submitted by: Greg Arnold seconded by: Angelina Lazar passed by majority vote

Motion

Corporations First year: Corporate Advocate, Second Year: Corporate Member, After
that they have the opportunity to become a Platinum Corporate Member.

Submitted by: Angelina Lazar, seconded by: Greg Arnold passed by majority vote

Motion:
Our contribution in general is to expose pyramid schemes and to post these on the
website.

Submitted by: Cheryl Gonzales seconded by: Marcie Cook Passed by majority vote
    The executive committee will only expend money by majority vote, and will meet 15t
    Tuesday of each month.

    Motion:

    Next convention to be held in Las Vegas.

    Submitted by: Paul Murad seconded by Greg Arnold Passed by unanimous votes

    Motion

    Hold annual convention Monday through Wednesday in April.

    Submitted by: Greg Arnold Seconded by: Marcie Cook passed by unanimous vote

    Motion

    Pattie Arnold by nominated to Exec Sec ofDRA.

    Submitted by: Marcie Cook, Seconded by: Angelina Lazar, passed by majority vote

    Motion

    Hold a semi-annual convention on the MLM cruise held in Nov

    Submitted by: Angelina Lazar, seconded by Rod Cook, Passed by unanimous vote

    Motion

    To accept the Mission Vision and Goals

    Passed by unanimous vote

    Motion to adjourn passed at 3:30PM


    Submitted to Chairman

    By recorder Bonnie Butwin
    By Recorder Pattie Arnold
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    Approved:
       ,
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned on Motion
                                      MINUTES OF THE FIRST :MEETING

                                     OF THE BOARD OF DlRECI'ORS OF




        at The first~            -   Bo~ectors
                                          '
                                                        was heldon
                                                   in the State of   #t1J
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        being the duly elected directors of the                                     elected at the annual




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      - IDa of the organization.
                                                   . the president, assumed the Chairmanship of
        the Board. The president called the meeting to order and stated the purposes thereof. The

        president explained that pursuant to the bylaws of the organization, it would be necessary to elect


                                                           was duly elcted secretary of the Board of
        Directors.

           On motion duly made and canied the following resolution was unanimously adopted.




                             at the treasurer be authorized and directed to open an account with

                                          -;       at     (r:4-          &                            and to


        deposit therein all the funds of the organization, signed by treasurer and countersigned by th~

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           On motion duly m de and cani.ed, itf1~ decided that the meeting of the Board of Directors
                                               was                                                             ~

        was to be held on the /J1ff           J~               of
                                                             day
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.
CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION
                                           BYLAWS

                                                OF




                              ARTICLE ONE - ORGANIZATION
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1.   The name of this corporation shall be:     ~)/J    ~ !n~                   ~
                       a~.              (:h~.
2.   The organization shall have a seal which shall be in the following form:




3.   The organization       ay at it pleasure by a vote of the membership body change
     its name.          "
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ARTICLE TWO   - PURPOSES




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                          ARTICLE THREE - MEMBERSHIP



Membership in this organization shall be open to all who




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                                 ARTICLEFOUR-MEETrnG



  The annual membership meeting of this organization shall be held on the                  day of
             ,
                           each and every year except if such day be a legal holiday than and in
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that event the Board of Directors shall fix the day but it shall not be more than two weeks from

the date fixed by these bylaws. The secretary will cause to be mailed to every member in good,
standing at his or her address as it appears in the membership roll book of this organization a

notice telling the time and place of such annual meeting.



       Regular meeting of this organization will be held




   The presence of not less than   ~               members will constitute a quorum and will be

necessary to conduct the business of this organization; but a lesser number may adjourn the
meeting for a period of not more than                       weeks from the date scheduled by these

bylaws and the secretary will cause a notice of this scheduled meeting to be sent to all those

members who were not present at the meeting originally called. A quorum as hereinbefore set

forth will be required at any adjourned meeting.




   Special meetings of this organization may be called by the Preside~t when he deems it for the

best interest of the organization. Notices of such meeting will be mailed to all members at their

addresses as they appear in the membership roll book at least but not more than    /   i      dayS
before the scheduled date set for such special meeting. Such notice will state the reasons that

such meeting has been called, the business to be transacted at such meeting and by whom called.



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   At    e request of      ~                    members       of the Board of Directors or
                     members of the organization the President shall cjuse a special meeting to

be called but such request must be made in writing at least     '1) ~             the requested
scheduled date.

   No other business but that specified in the notice may be transacted at such special meeting

without the unanimous consent of all present at such meeting.




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                                   ARTICLE FIVE - VOTING



   At all meetings, except for the election of officers and directors, all votes shall be viva voce,

except that for election of officers ballots shall be provided and there shall not appear any place

on such ballot any mark or marking that might tend to indicate the person who cast such ballot.

   At any regular or special meeting if a majority so required any question may be voted upon in
the manner and style provided for election of officers and directors.




   At all votes by ballot the chairman of such meeting shall immediately prior to the
commencementof balloting appoint a committee of three who shall act as " Inspectorsof
election" and who shall at the conclusion of such balloting certify in writing to the chairperson

the results and the celiified copy shall be physically affixed in the minute book to the minutes of

that meeting.

   No inspector of election shall be a candidate for office or shall b~ personally interested in the
question voted upon.




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                      ARTICLE SIX - ORDER OF BUSINESS



1. - Roll call.

2. - Reading of the minutes of the preceding meeting.

3. - RepOlisof committees.
4. - Reports of officers.

5. - Old and unfmished business.

6. - New business.

7. - Good and welfare.

8. - Adjournments.




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                         ARTICLE SEVEN - BOARD OF DIRECTORS

   The business of this organizationshall be managed by a Board of directors consistingof

    /
        /S      memberstogetherwith the officersof this ~rganization.
   The directors to be chosen for the ensuing year shall be chosen at the annual meeting of this

organization in the same manner and style as the officers of this organization and they shall serve

foratermof('A-.-R- year/;t::J            I   P~                 w ~ ~                         .
   The board of Directors shall have the control and management of the affairs and business of
this organization. Such Boar'dof Directors shall only act in the name of the organization when it

shall be regularly convened by its chaiIman after due notice to all the directors of such meeting,


                                             of the members of the boar'd of Directors shall
           jJ-e/lJ-p~
constitute a quorum and the meetings of the Board of Directors shall be held regularly on the



   Each director shall have one vote and such voting may not be done by proxy,

   The Board of Directors may make such rules and regulations covering its meetings as it may
in its discretion determine necessary.

   Vacancies in the Board of Directors shall be filled by a vote of the majority of the remaining
        .                       .

members of the Board of Directors for the balance of the year'.
   The president of the organization by virtue of the office shall be chairperson of the Board of

Directors. The Board of directors shall select from one of their number a secretary.
   A director may be removed when sufficient cause exists for such removal. The Board of

Directors may entertain charges against any director, A director may be represented by counsel

upon any removal hearing. The Board of Directors shall adopt such rules as it may in its

discretion consider necessar)' for the best interest of the organization, for this hearing.




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                                 ARTICLE EIGHT - OFFICERS



The officers of the organization shall be as follows:
President:

Vice President:

Secret8.1Y:

Treasurer:



   The president shall preside at all membership meetings, by virtue of the office be chairperson
of the Board of Directors, present at each annual meeting of the organization an annual report of

the work of the organization, appoint all committees, tempormy or penn anent, see that all books,

reports and certificates as required by law are properly kept or filed, be one of the officers who

may sign the checks or drafts of the organization, and have such powers as may be reasonably

constructed as belonging to the chief executive of any organization.

   The vice president shall in the event of the absence or inability of the president to exercise his

or her office become acting president of the organization with all the rights, privileges and

powers as if he or she had been duly elected president.
   The secretmy shall keep the minutes and records of the organization in appropriate books, file

any certificate required by any statute, federal or state, give and serve all notices to members of
the organization, be the official custodian of the records and seal of the organization, be one of

the officers required to sign the checks and drafts of the

organization, present to the membership at any meetings any communication addressed to the

         of
secret8.1Y the organization, submit to the Board of Directors any communications which shall

                             of                                             of
be addressed to the secret8.1Y the organization, attend to all cOlTespondence the organization

and exercise all duties incident to the office of the secretmy.




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   The treasurer shall have the care and custody of all monies belonging to the organization, be

solely responsible for such monies or securities of the organization and be one of the officers

who shall sign checks or drafts of the organization. No special fund may be set aside that shall

make it unnecessary for the treasurer to sign the checks issued upon it.

   The treasurer shall render at stated periods as the Board of Directors shall determine a written
account of the [mances of the organization and such repOli shall be physically affixed to the

minutes of the-Board of Directors of such meeting and shall exercise all duties incident to the
office of the tJ..easurer.

   Officers shall by viliue of their office be members of the Board of Directors.

   No officer or director shall for reason of the office be entitled to r~ceive any salary or

compensation, but nothing herein shall be constructed to prevent an officer or director for
receiving any compensation from the organization for duties other than as a director or officer.




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                                          ARTICLE NINE - SALARIES



          The Board of Directors shall hire and fix the compensation of any and all employees which

        they in their discretion may determine to be necessary in the conduct of the business of the

        organization.




           All committeesof this organizationshall be COMMITI2
                                    ARTICLETEN-                      e     //*1                by the

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        ~'-<'                                                                 ~              or less if

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(Y""-                  . ,      d their term of office shall be for,. period of          .
        sooner terminated by the action of the           6-t:    cf .           .

           The pelmanent committees shall be:




                                           ARTICLE ELEVEN - DUES

        The dues of this organization shall be $ <:;:D. U-,)

                                      -
                                      1 1""04                    per annum and shall b
                    day of        (

                                                ~              dd<-          -       e payable on the
                                      ARTICLE TWELVE - AMENDMENTS



           These bylaws may be altered, amended, repealed or added to by an affIrmative vote of not

        less than     ~      D   ~~                         members.




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