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Proposed Amendment to Article 4 Life Member
Proposed resolution for Lifetime Membership (Life Members)
The bylaws change from:
• “Life Members” are authorized to wear their original ASR backpatch but there will be no “Life Member” designation shown on the ASR back patch
The establishment of a back patch for Lifetime Members with the bottom ribbon indicating one as having a Lifetime Membership Status by the bottom ribbon stating “LIFETIME MEMBER”
Those granted “Life Membership” due to the conditions under articles concerning Life Members be recognized by the presentation of an Azusa StreetRiders back patch with “LIFETIME MEMBER” in the bottom ribbon in lieu of “HEAVENBOUND” or “CITY, STATE”
That this be presented by the board to the member at No Charge based on that members status change in his/her membership role from a Dues paying member to a Lifetime Member.
That a Lifetime Member status can only be changed from a Dues paying member to a Lifetime Member. Inactive, Honorary or Non-Dues paying member cannot be eligible for this change in membership status.
Change the wording from
• Life Membership in ASR will automatically be bestowed on any individual that has been a dues-current Member of ASR for 20 consecutive years.
Life Membership in ASR will automatically be bestowed on any individual that has been a dues-current Member of ASR for 20 years
Proposed by: Robert Thompson
(5) the ASR by-laws are hereby amended as shown by adding the new portion(s) below (highlighted in bold merely for identification’s sake):
Current Article 6-D [which seems to incorrectly label itself as 5-D]:
“Members”, “Associate Members”, “Honorary Members” and “Life Members” are expressly prohibited from being a member of any “motorcycle club” or another “motorcycle ministry” other than ASR. For purposes of this Article 5 6 (D). “Motorcycle club” shall not include motorcycle benefit organizations, such as A.M.A., H.O.G., or A.B.A.T.E., except that joining any such motorcycle benefit
organizations should be done by the individual as in their personal
capacity, not by the ASR ministry as a group, and not by any ASR chapter,
committee, or sub-group, as a group. Evangelism to all bikers can be
accomplished without ASR joining (as a group) such benefit or advocacy
organizations. While the ASR ministry is not against benefit or political
advocacy groups and/or organizations, they do not represent our
expressed primary purpose of Oneness Apostolic evangelism.
Proposed by: Bro. Doug Joseph, Pastor