By Laws

CONSTITUTION ADDENDUM 2001. REVISED:
ARTICLE 6: WITHDRAWAL OF MEMBERSHIP:

Any member who for whatsoever reason resigns his membership from the Association or "suspend" his membership from the Association shall be subject to the following conditions upon his request for reinstatement:

a. If such member owes the Association past dues, the member shall be required to pay all past dues, pay a new membership fees and will wait for a duration of one year before such member qualifies for any benefits afforded the Association members.
b. a. If such member does not owe the Association any past dues, such member will be readmitted as a new member with all the applicable conditions for new membership.
c. a. A member who "suspends" his membership with the Association will not be required to pay a new membership fee but will not be eligible for benefits as defined by the Association constitution for one year upon reinstatement. If such member suspends his membership for more than one year, reinstatement will be based on new membership with all the applicable requirements.

ARTICLE 7: MEMBERSHIP STATUS
SECTION B: INACTIVE MEMBER:

Inactive membership will be dealt with as stipulated in the Association constitution which states that a member who is on inactive status is only allowed absence from the general meeting without any repercussion but must pay all dues as required by the constitution to keep his membership. Minutes will be mailed to such inactive member in order to keep abreast with the events of the Association.

ARTICLE 24: BENEFITS.
SECTION A: REVISED.

New members shall have 12 months of waiting period before qualifying for any benefits.

SECTION B AND C: REVISED.

The members will contribute from member's pocket if a member losses a family member, the sum of five hundred dollars ($500.00) or are blessed with a new baby, the sum of two hundred and fifty dollar ($250.00) as stipulated by the constitution.

SECTION D: DISCONTINUED.

Natural disaster, catastrophe and spousal birthday gift are all discontinued.

ARTICLE 14: FINANCIAL AIDS TO MEMBERS

Discontinued from the constitution.

ARTICLE 17: REVISED.
SECTION A.

All officers shall be elected for a term of two years.

Officers are eligible to serve for three terms of two years.

No officers shall serve or exceed more than three terms in the same office, consecutively.

ARTICLE 8: MEMBERSHIP STATUS
SECTION D.

In the events of unforeseen circumstances, a maximum of three (3) absences shall be allowed. This means members shall attend AT LEAST Nine (9) regular monthly meetings in a calendar year (from January to December). A fine of twenty five dollars ($25.00) shall be accessed on the 4th absence.

SECTION E AND F: DISCONTINUED.

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No organization can exist without a mission. The Egba Progressive Association holds true to the goals we have set.

Egba Progressive Association, Inc.
P.O.Box 1110
Alief, TX 77411-1110


Email: info@egbaprogressive.org