Robert’s Rule of Order-10th Edition

The Order of Business

 

The “order of business” is the established sequence in which business is taken up during a meeting.

It is a blueprint for meetings and provides a systematic plan for the orderly conducted meeting.

 

Opening the meeting

            Forth coming meeting agenda will be posted on the ENCSC website

 

Recognizing Members

            Establishing the Quorum 10% for items on agenda, 33% for non-agenda items

 

Reading and Approval of Minutes

            Following corrections and additions, the minutes should be approved by unanimous consent

 

Reading and Approval of the Treasurer’s Report

            Following corrections and additions, the report should be approved by unanimous consent

 

Reports of Committees according to Bylaws

            Telephone and E-mail

            Remembrance

            Social

            Membership

            Ways and Means

            Nominating

 

Reports of Special Committees

            Special committees do not have continued existence.

            They exist solely for the purposes of a special project.

                        Website

                        Historian

                        Newsletter

 

Unfinished Business

            Business which is carried over or tabled from a previous meeting

 

New Business

            Items placed on the meeting agenda by the Chair (Officers of the club).  

            Members are encouraged to introduce items of new business.

 

Adjournment