Bylaws of
Albany Civic Theater, Inc.
(April, 1996)

 

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Article I - Identification

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Table of Contents

Article I - Identification
  1. Name
  2. Status
  3. Purpose
  4. Location
Article II - Membership
  1. Voting Membership
  2. Qualifications
  3. Voting Rights
  4. Other Members
Article III - Board of Directors
  1. Number
  2. Positions
  3. Election
  4. Terms of Office
  5. Delegation of Authority
  6. Vacancies
  7. Removal
  8. Attendance
Article IV - Meetings
  1. Administrative Members
  2. Board of Directors
  3. Notice of Meeting
  4. Waiver of Notice
  5. Continuation
  6. Quorum
  7. Action of the Membership
  8. Action of the Board of Directors
  9. Meeting Accessibility
  10. Conduct of Business
Article V - Personnel
  1. Equal Opportunity
  2. Job Descriptions
  3. Managers
  4. Standing Committees
  5. Advisory Committees
  6. Production Director
  7. Production Liaison
  8. Participation in Producton
Article VI - Finances
  1. Fiscal Year
  2. Financial Records
  3. Expediture Authority
  4. Restricted Funds
Article VII - Miscellaneous
  1. Legal Documents
  2. Amendments
  3. Section Headings

 

Article I - Identification

  1. Name. The name of this corporation is Albany Civic Theater, Inc.
     
  2. Status. Albany Civic Theater, Inc., is an Oregon nonprofit corporation organized under and subject to the provisions of Chapter 61 of the Oregon Revised Statutes, and is exempt from Federal income taxation under the provisions of Section 501(c)3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
     
  3. Purpose. Albany Civic Theater, Inc., is established to provide quality entertainment, and outlet for artistic achievement, and an educational resource for the community of Albany, Oregon, and the greater mid-Willamette Valley.
     
  4. Location. The principal office of the corporation shall be located in Albany, Oregon, at such place as may be determined by the Board of Directors.


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