Corvette Club of Utah

ORGANIZED FEBRUARY 1964 WITH 8 MEMBERS
INCORPORATED WITH THE STATE OF UTAH
IN APRIL 1965
⤝  ARTICLE VII - CHAIRS AND FUNCTIONAL MANAGERS  ⤞
INTRODUCTION: They are responsible for the daily operation of their specific Club function. They shall serve until they resign or are removed. All members serving in these leadership roles may have their membership paid in full at the end of a satisfactory year of service to the Club in lieu of a Service Recognition Plaque from the Club and when approved by the Club Membership during the annual Club Budget Process (Article II). Chairs and Functional Managers are not Officers and do not attend Officers' Meetings. Chairs are considered Chairpersons of Standing Committees and may have members to assist in the duties of the committee. The following explains the duties of each chair or functional manager.
SECTION 1:  DUTIES OF THE EDITOR
The Editor assembles the Club's bi-monthly newsletter. The Editor receives articles and pictures from Officers and members about Club activities, WSCC Activities, NCM News, Corvette Racing News, or other Corvette-related items of interest to Club members. The Editor communicates with the President about newsletter contents.

The Club newsletter (Gazette) is published on the Club website and can be downloaded in full or in part by members when printed copies are desired.

The Editor will forward a final copy of the Gazette in a suitable format agreed to with the Club Webmaster for publication to the Club website before the start of each bi-monthly period.

The Gazette Editor maintains a detailed transition guide for the next Gazette Editor.
SECTION 2:   DUTIES OF THE HISTORIAN
The Historian is responsible for recording a pictorial account of Club events. The Historian communicates with the President about the pictorial account contents.

The Historian provides an edited copy of pictures for each Club event to the Editor and the Club Webmaster for publication to the Club website after each event.

If unable to attend a function, the Historian may designate a Member as to take pictures.

The Historian maintains a detailed transition guide for the next Historian.
SECTION 3:  DUTIES OF THE MEMBERSHIP CHAIR
The Membership Chair is responsible for managing the recruitment effort of the Club. The Membership Chair communicates with the President about Club membership.

The Membership Chair processes membership applications as outlined in ARTICLE III Section 3.

The Membership Chair explains Club policies to prospective members. This includes assisting prospective members in completing membership applications and collecting initiation fees and dues.

The Membership Chair issues a Club decal and nametag(s) to new members. The Membership Chair shows new members how to find the Articles of Incorporation and Club Bylaws on the ClubÕs website.

The Membership Chair welcomes and introduces all new members to the Club at Regular Meetings.

The Membership Chair orders Club nametags and maintains a supply of window decals and embroidered Club patches.

The Membership Chair provides Committee Reports at the Regular Club Meeting.

The Membership Chair maintains a detailed transition guide for the next Membership Chair.
SECTION 4:  DUTIES OF THE SPECIAL EVENTS CHAIR
The Special Events Chair schedules, organizes, and coordinates all Club events as defined in ARTICLE VIII.

The Special Events Chair maintains the Club's Event Calendar. The Special Events Chair communicates with the President about Club events, points events, and the Club's Event Calendar.

The Special Events Chair is responsible for monthly birthday celebrations, annual Holiday Party, and the annual Awards Banquet as approved by Club Membership during the annual Club Budget Process (Article II).

Door prizes in the form of gifts, gift cards, or cash may be given at monthly birthday celebrations to encourage Club Membership attendance. Winners will be selected in a random pick of the draw manner. The use and cost of door prizes is approved by the Club Membership during the annual Club Budget Process (Article II).

The Special Events Chair coordinates other Club events proposed and organized by Officers, members, associate clubs, and other car clubs.

The Special Events Chair coordinates requests from other organizations to have the Corvette Club of Utah participate in their event.

The Special Events Chair designates which events are Club point events.

The Special Events Chair coordinates fundraising activities in support of the Club selected charity.

The Special Events Chair provides Committee Reports at the Regular Club Meeting.

The Special Events Chair maintains a detailed transition guide for the next Special Events Chair.
SECTION 5:  DUTIES OF THE NATIONAL CORVETTE MUSEUM AND PUBLIC RELATIONS AMBASSADOR
The National Corvette Museum Ambassador (Ambassador) is the communication link between the Corvette Club of Utah and the National Corvette Museum. The Ambassador must be a current member of the National Corvette Museum. The Ambassador is responsible for keeping the members informed of Museum activities and events. The Ambassador should attend the NCM Membership and Ambassador Meetings.

The Ambassador reviews the NCM Ambassador Points Program and earns a minimum of 50 points per year. The Ambassador reports the number of points earned the previous year each January to the NCM on the NCM Ambassador's Facebook Page.

The Ambassador must be a current member of the Western States Corvette Council (WSCC) and either acts as or works with the Club representative to WSCC. The Ambassador keeps members informed of WSCC activities and events. The Ambassador should attend WSCC Quarterly Business Meetings.

The Ambassador is responsible for public promotion of the Corvette Club of Utah and its activities. Under the direction of and with the knowledge of the President, the Ambassador provides press releases for significant Club events to sources such as newspapers, radio, television, magazines, as well as Corvette Clubs and associations in Utah and in other states.

The Ambassador administers and moderates the CCU Facebook Page. The Facebook Page is used to keep members and the general public aware of Club events and news. The Ambassador shares page notifications from NCM, WSCC, Car Clubs, and other Corvette-related sites that would be of interest to the Club membership.

The Ambassador communicates with the President about NCM news and Club Publicity.

The Ambassador maintains a detailed transition guide for the next Ambassador.
SECTION 6:  DUTIES OF THE WEB MASTER
The Webmaster is responsible for maintaining and updating the Club's official website - www.corvetteClubofutah.org. Information on the website must be in harmony with Club purposes. Information will be updated regularly, giving Club members and prospective members current information about Club events and activities. The Webmaster keeps the President informed of significant changes to the web page.

The Web Master renews the URL for the Club and contract for the service provider for the Club website each year.

The Webmaster will be responsible for the official copy of the Articles of Incorporation and Club Bylaws as outlined in ARTICLE XI SECTION 2.

The Webmaster communicates with the President about Club Website contents.

The Webmaster maintains a detailed transition guide for the next Webmaster.
SECTION 7:  ASSUMPTION OF DUTIES
Another officer if necessary may assume any officer’s duties.
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