Article 1. The Heart of
Virginia Classic Auto Club is a non-profit organization for people who
own, drive, or just appreciate antique and classic automobiles and
There will be no alcohol, drugs, or inappropriate language at any
meeting, club event, or sponsored event. In addition, members agree to
behave at meetings and events in a way that will reflect favorably on
the Heart of Virginia Classic Auto Club. This would include obeying the
motor vehicle laws of Virginia.
The Heart of Virginia Classic Auto Club will not be responsible for
accidents or other types of injuries, or any economic losses by club
members, family members or guests at any meeting, club event, or
The officers of the Heart of Virginia Classic Auto Club will be
president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and registered agent.
Election of officers will take place in January of each year. In the
event that an officer is unwilling or unable to complete the term of
office, an election will be held at the next regularly scheduled
meeting to choose a replacement to serve for the rest of the year.
Generally accepted rules of parliamentary procedure will be followed at
Club dues will be $12 per year for each Member or $18 per year for a
Family Membership. For Family Memberships, up to two of the adult
members (16 years of age or older) of the family will be considered to
be Club Members with all rights of any Member. Club dues are prorated
upon joining the club and are due on January 1 of each succeeding year.
The dues may be increased if a majority of members, by a formal vote,
agree that this is necessary. Members who do not pay dues within 90
days of the due date, may be asked to resign from the club or be voted
out of the club. In September of each year, members will be reminded of
the needed payment of dues.
It is assumed that club members will have general standards of conduct
that will not reflect badly upon the Heart of Virginia Classic Auto
If a member is convicted of a crime or engages in any activity that
club members think is unacceptable, then a committee of club members
will be chosen to meet and then recommend whether any club action is
Then the entire club membership will vote upon this recommendation.
Possible recommendations could be to ask the member to resign from the
club, to vote the member out of the club, to give the member a warning,
or to take no action.
The Heart of Virginia Classic Auto Club will not discriminate on the
basis of race, religion, or national origin in connection with any of
Adopted by the members
majority vote, at the March 12, 2004 Club Meeting.