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Pittsburgh Ski Club Constitution
(Incorporated December 3, 1947) - Pennsylvania Charter # 2215
Constitution adopted December 10, 1937; Amended December 6, 1944; April 18, 1945; April 22, 1948; April 17, 1958; April 16, 1959; October 7, 1960; April 20, 1972; April 21, 1983
ARTICLE I – NAME
The name of this organization shall be “Pittsburgh Ski Club, Incorporated”. The Club may be affiliated with international, national, state and local ski organizations.
ARTICLE II – OBJECT
This Club is a non–profit organization. As such, it shall have as its objective: to promote the sport of skiing for the benefit of the membership through related activities such as safety, inspection, travel, competition, physical fitness, good fellowship and sportsmanship throughout the year.
These activities shall not be deemed to be all inclusive and shall not be restricted to the skiing season, but rather shall extend throughout the calendar year, if desired.
ARTICLE III – CLUB MEMBERSHIP
Membership in the Club shall be open to individuals who are interested in skiing and who are interested in the projects, methods and purposes of the Club and wish to give personal and practical aid to their fulfillment.
ARTICLE IV – OFFICERS
The officers of the Club shall be a president, three vice–presidents, a secretary, a treasurer, and the immediate past president. All officers must be members in good standing. The aforementioned shall constitute the executive committee.
ARTICLE V – ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING
The last Club meeting of the fiscal year shall be the annual business meeting.
ARTICLE VI – AMENDMENTS
This Constitution may be ammended by a majority vote of the members present at any regular club meeting, provided notice of the proposed ammendment is postmarked ten days prior to the meeting at which action is to take place.