Article XII - Amendments


Proposed amendments to this organization's constitution and by-laws shall be submitted in writing to the secretary with the signatures of at least twenty-five members in good standing, or by a majority vote of the board of directors.  Such proposed amendments shall then be read at the membership meeting and voted on by the members present.  If a majority of the members present approve the proposed constitutional amendment, the membership shall be notified that a vote shall be taken at the next membership meeting on the adoption of the proposed amendment.


Adoption of proposed amendments shall require a favorable vote of at least two-thirds of the members present and voting at the membership meeting following the one at which the proposed amendment was read and acted on favorably at the preceding membership meeting.


Membership notification shall be by mail of the specific membership meeting and of the proposed amendments to be acted upon, at least seven days in advance of such action.