Tacoma Corvette Club - Constitution
ARTICLE I : NAME AND INCORPORATION
Section 1: The name of this organization will be Tacoma Corvettes, herein referred to as TCC.
Section 2: TCC shall be incorporated as a non-profit corporation under the laws of the State of Washington.
ARTICLE II: PURPOSE
The purpose of TCC is:
to develop friendship and pride among Corvette owners;
to provide a medium for the exchange of technical information for Corvette drivers and owners;
to actively promote, sponsor, organize, and supervise sports car competitions, outings, meetings, exhibitions, and other Corvette or sports car activities.
ARTICLE III: MEMBERSHIP
Membership in TCC shall consist of three classifications: “Regular” or (“Honorary”) “Social” or Member for Life”. Qualification for membership and membership privileges for all classifications shall be specified in the Bylaws.
ARTICLE IV: ORGANIZATION
Section 1: Government/Executive Board
The government of TCC shall be vested in the Executive Board consisting of four (4) elective officers, two (2) elective at-large representatives, the chairpersons of the established standing committees, the NCCC representative and the immediate past president. The Executive Board shall be responsible for the general administrative functions of TCC.
Section 2: Elective Officers
There shall be four (4) elective officers of TCC. They shall be the President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Their duties shall be specified in the Bylaws.
Section 3: Committees
Those committees required for the executive operation of TCC shall be specified in the Bylaws. Their duties shall be specified in the Bylaws.
Section 4: At-large Representatives
There shall be two (2) at-large representatives whose duties shall be specified in the Bylaws.
Section 5: In the event of a vacancy in the office of the president, the vice-president shall become the president and serve for the remainder of the year. The Executive board shall establish procedures for a special election to elect a new vice president for the remainder of the year.
ARTICLE V: AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION
Amendments to the Constitution must be submitted in writing to the Executive Board, be discussed at one monthly business meeting, be published in the following month’s newsletter, and at the next business meeting must be approved by a two-thirds (2/3) affirmative vote of the members present.