No compensation will be paid to any club member elected to office.
Section A: President - The President shall preside at all meetings of the members and shall perform the duties usually pertaining to the Office of the President according to Robert's Rules of Order.
Section B: Vice-President - In the absence of the President, the Vice-President shall perform the duties of the President.
Section C: Secretary - The Secretary shall attend all meetings of the members and officers. The Secretary shall be responsible for recording the minutes of the meetings in a book kept for that purpose. The Secretary shall be responsible for notices of meetings to all members. Email shall be the method by which these minutes are disseminated. The Secretary shall maintain a roster of regular membership and shall take roll at each meeting and maintain a record there of.
Section D: Treasurer - The Treasurer will have custody of all money, funds and obligations belonging to the Club. The Treasurer shall receive and deposit all money in the Club's account. All checks, drafts, notes or other orders for payment shall be signed in the name of the Club by the treasurer with the approval of the President. The Treasurer shall give a report on the financial status of the Club monthly and when requested by the Club officers. The Treasurer will be responsible to file and pay all tax liabilities. The President and Vice-President will also have access to this account. Bank account shall be maintained at Falcon Bank, Buda Texas.
Section E: Sergeant at Arms – will maintain and keep order in all meetings and social events of the club and will give notice of expulsion to any member deemed necessary by the officers of the Club.
Section F: Committees – The President has the option to request volunteers or appoint members to committees to assist in Club operations.
Section G: Vacancies of Officers - Any vacancy in any office, for whatever reason, shall be filled by a majority vote of the Regular members or may be left vacant if the Club officers so direct.
Section H: Removal of an Officer - Any officer may be removed from office by a fifty-one percent (51%) vote of the membership, at a meeting to be announced in advance or by written consent if a regular member is unable to attend in person. This shall be the only occurrence where a Regular member may vote without being physically present at the predefined meeting.