ARTICLE III- Government
The Association will be governed by an Executive Committee consisting of the elected officers and one River Hill faculty member. Elective terms will be not more than two consecutive years beginning June 1st.
ARTICLE IV - The Executive Committee
The Executive Committee shall meet at least once each month at a time and place decided at the previous meeting. All Executive Committee meeting are open to the General Membership. Special meetings may be called by the president or any two members of the Executive Committee, providing notification shall be attempted for all members. Quorum will consist of four at all meetings. Majority vote rules.
Minutes shall be kept by the Recording Secretary or another member at each meeting and presented at the subsequent meeting, with a copy provided to the president in advance.
The outgoing Executive Committee and newly elected officers shall submit a proposed budget to the general membership at the May meeting, including details of how it's budget was followed.
The proposed budget will be prepared by the Executive committee and will consider any bona fide requests for funds presented to the Booster Association in accordance with the association's financial policy provisions of Article VIII.
The Executive Committee will contract for an annual audit of the books of the Association by a qualified, disinterested party. Such audit will be available to the membership at all times.
The Executive Committee must submit to the membership any proposed obligation of the Association beyond the immediate ability of the treasury to meet after all other outstanding obligations are met.
All actions of the Executive Committee are subject to change by the majority vote of all members present, at a regular meeting.
ARTICLE V - Officers
The President shall, in addition to his/her general supervision:
ARTICLE VIII - Fundraising and Expenditure of Funds
Fundraising activities shall:
All written request will be reviewed by the Executive Committee, or subcommittee thereof, for: