A gaggle of motorcycles makes a statement whenever and wherever they wander.
ParAngel Motorcycle club proposal. This is a work in progress. Got any ideas? text me @704-698-5739
To provide knowledge and resources to the general public that when a child’s or person’s soul leaves the body it transcends. The child or person is really here, just in a different form.
To raise money for Pangles. They provide free retreats for Parents of Angels.
Below is information found at https://americanmotorcyclist.com/start-an-ama-motorcycle-club
ParAngels ridding for Pangels
Mission and Purpose Statement
This club shall be known as ParAngels.
Active members shall be motorcycle riders or enthusiasts who are ParAngels.
Honorary members shall be individuals, as the club decides by a two-thirds vote of those present at any regular meeting. Only active members shall be entitled to vote in club affairs.
The officers of the club shall be president, vice president, secretary, chief legislative officer, treasurer, road captain and/or referee. These officers shall constitute the executive board.
The duties of the president shall be:
To preside at all meetings of the club.
To have general supervision of the affairs of the club.
To establish short and long term goals for the club, in cooperation with other officers.
To appoint any person or committee not otherwise ordered by the club.
To personally represent the club on proper occasions and in business contracts.
To assist all other officers of the club in their records, correspondence and other duties.
To promote interest on the part of each member in club life and activities.
To vote only when necessary to break a tie.
The duties of the vice president shall be:
To perform the duties of the president in his/her absence.
To coordinate committees and manage programs for the club.
The duties of the secretary shall be:
To keep accurate minutes of meetings.
To handle member applications, records, supplies and update various club documents, as necessary.
To maintain club constitution and/or by-laws.
To send out notices of regular or special meetings.
To handle club correspondence and administrative details.
To perform such other duties as generally fall to that office.
The duties of the treasurer shall be:
To maintain club financial records and deliver reports on a timely basis.
To send and receive club money.
To ensure there is more than one signatory on the bank account.
To file the club tax return, if applicable.
To have a team perform a yearly financial audit.
The duties of the risk management officer shall be:
To ensure events are properly sanctioned.
To ensure that liability insurance coverage is in place.
To ensure that the registration process for events operates properly, including the signing of release forms.
To complete and forward to the AMA the properly completed post-event paperwork required after every AMA-sanctioned event.
To complete and return the injury report, if applicable.
The duties of the chief legislative officer shall be:
To monitor local and state legislative activities affecting motorcycling.
To communicate with the AMA State Chapter Coordinator in their state or AMA Government Relations Department staff member.
Delegate any of the legislative activities identified.
To work with the AMA Government Relations Department to promote programs and legislation that benefit motorcyclists.
The duties of the referee shall be to:
To supervise all sanctioned competition events promoted by the club.
To carry out the duties described in the AMA Racing Rulebook.
The duties of the road captain shall be:
To lead the planning of club rides, including the route.
To ensure safety and promote group riding best practices.
The duties of the trail boss shall be:
To take the lead to plan club rides or races, including the course.
To ensure safety and organization of riders or racers.
The duties of the executive board shall be:
To act for the club in all matters ordered by the club.
To make final decisions on member expulsions.
To properly investigate and present all business or important activities.
To have control over all club affairs.
All elective offices shall be filled at an election to be held on _____ of each year. All officers shall hold office for one year or until their successors are elected and qualified. Maximum terms for officers shall be ____ years.
The regular meetings of the club shall be held on _____ at _____ p.m., but the president or executive board may call a special meeting at any time by advance notice.
_____ active members in good standing shall constitute a quorum for transaction of club business.
The constitution may be amended, providing the proposed amendment is submitted in writing at a regular meeting. It shall then be advertised for _____ weeks and voted on at the next meeting. A two-thirds vote of all active members in good standing shall be required to pass an amendment.
NOTE: Articles 8-12 may be positions that are not relevant to your organization. If this is the case, just delete these when you modify the constitution to meet your organization’s needs. Likewise, there may be additional officers you wish to add, such as social media officer, etc.
If information changes after your charter application is submitted, such as officer elections, address changes, etc., a recognized officer can request changes to your charter file at any time throughout the year by documenting the requested updates by e-mail.
Roberts Rules of Order shall govern the parliamentary proceedings of this club unless otherwise provided by these by-laws. The order of business shall be:
Reading of minutes of previous meeting
Report of officers
Standing committees shall be the Facilities Committee, Marketing Committee, Activities Committee, each made up of three members.
The Facilities Committee shall have supervision of the clubhouse or property, if applicable, and be responsible for the maintenance of order and the upkeep of the facilities.
The Marketing Committee shall be responsible for promotion of club events made available to the public and drafting up ways to recruit new club members.
The Activities Committee, with the road captain and/or referee acting as chairman, shall have general charge of all sanctioned events and club social functions.
Other committees may be appointed as necessary by the president.
All bills must be reviewed and approved by the executive board before they are paid. All checks should be signed by both the treasurer and an additional officer.
Applications for membership must be recommended by two active members of the club in good standing. On payment of dues, the applicant will be placed on probation for ___ months. Afterward, he/she becomes a member entitled to all privileges of the club.
The club dues shall be $___ per month and the initiation fee $___. The dues for each current month shall be paid no later that the 15th. Any member two months or more behind in dues shall be considered not in good standing and shall not be entitled to vote at club meetings.
Any member more than six months behind in dues may be expelled from the club by a two-thirds vote of those present at any meeting.
A member may be expelled for conduct unbecoming a member of the club, but charges must first be made in writing and the accused member given a hearing before the executive board. The executive board shall take evidence and report its findings to the club with the recommendation that the charges be considered proven and the accused member be expelled, or the charges be considered not proven and the accused remain a member of the club. The club shall then vote whether the recommendation of the executive board shall be adopted. It shall require a two-thirds vote of the active members present and entitled to vote to veto the recommendation of the executive board.
All active members of the club shall be members of the American Motorcyclist Association.
Only active members may hold office.