Definitions of Membership Classes
Definition of Membership
The members of this Corporation are those persons having membership rights in accordance with these Bylaws.
Classes of Membership.
The classes, rights, privileges, qualifications, and obligations of members of this corporation are as follows: This Corporation will have three (3) classes of membership. These classes shall be as follows: (i) General Membership; (ii) Student Membership; and (iii) Senior Membership. Certificates of membership evidencing membership in such classes may be issued by the Corporation.
General Membership. General Membership shall be open to any adult 18 years of age or older. General Membership individuals are awarded voting rights in the organization and may hold office.
Student Membership. Student Membership shall be open to any high school or college student with valid ID. They are entitled to a ($10) reduction in dues. Students age twenty-seven (27) or older may continue to be student members for the duration of study up to four (4) years.
Student members have all the privileges of General Membership except the right to vote or hold office.
Senior Membership. Senior Membership shall be open upon request to individuals sixty-five (65) years of age or older at a $10 reduction in dues. Members have voting rights and may hold office.
Termination Of Membership And Reinstatement
Upon presentation of a reason considered valid by the Board, a member in good standing may terminate his membership by written resignation submitted to the Treasurer, and he may be reinstated at a later date without penalty.
*Fees are subject to change on a yearly basis.