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Constitution Talk Story

The Kona Daifukuji Orchid Club set a record for shortest business meeting of all time in February. True to the agenda, there was no new business, no old business, and by 7:05 the food was coming out.

There were a few things to keep in mind from February, however. Membership dues are past due, so everyone should be sure and pay their group leader at the next meeting if you have not done so already.
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My Two Cents

By Cheeta Wilson While it’s true that KDOC’s current constitution and bylaws don’t cover every eventuality, they’ve served for 30 years without–as far as I know–any major changes. I think that’s because they are simple and most members don’t want …
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Update on the Constitution and Handbook

Following a lively discussion at the last meeting, a vote on the Constitution and Handbook has been postponed. Although the revisions requested were relatively minor, it was agreed that it would be best to send amended drafts out by email, …
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Amending the Constitution

Over the years, inconsistencies have cropped up within and among two major club documents: the club constitution and bylaws, and the club policies. In part, this is because no one on the Board is responsible for keeping the documents updated. …
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Three Strikes, Your’re Out!

Did you know that, if you have three unexcused absences during a calendar year, you can be removed from the club? The Club Policy (Paragraph III) states that “a member who misses three (3) meetings or projects during the calendar …
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