Executive Board of the Association
shall be the President, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th,
and 5th (when called for in Article IV, Section 5B) Vice Presidents,
Recording Secretary, Assistant Recording Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant
Treasurer, Financial Secretary, Assistant Financial Secretary, Chaplain,
Assistant Chaplain, four (4) Marshals, a Parliamentarian, Trustees (maximum
16), Elected and Appointed Officers, Unit Presidents, and Past State
Presidents. These officers shall perform
the duties prescribed by the Roberts Rules of Parliamentary Procedures, latest
shall be the duty of the Executive Board
to approve the department rules and regulations, (2) review and approve
proposed By-Laws for final action by the State Convention, and (3) hear and
decide controversies between officers, members, departments, and affiliates
while sitting at the highest tribunal of the Association.
Executive Board shall meet prior to and at the close of the Annual State
Convention and on every 5th Friday.
The State President shall be the Chairperson and the Chairperson of the
Board of Trustees shall be the Vice Chairperson. A majority of the Executive Board shall
constitute a quorum.
election of officers shall be held at the Annual State Convention. Elections will be governed by plurality
vote. The person receiving the highest
number of votes cast and counted will determine who shall serve in the office.
No church shall have more than four (4) elected
Person running for office must have the endorsement of
their Unit President.
the exception of the President and Treasurer, all officers shall be elected by
ballot to serve for one Annual Convention.
President and Treasurer shall be elected to serve for two years commencing on
the odd convention year (i.e. 2011), and shall serve no more than a two (2)
year term. The Board of Trustees is
elected annually without term limitations.
At no time should the Treasurer
and Assistant Treasurer be changed at the same time.