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The Wyoming County Chamber’s updated bylaws reflect a title change from Executive Director to President & CEO.
Bylaws of the Orleans Chamber of Commerce.
These bylaws contain provisions for the regulation and management of the Spokane Valley Chamber Foundation.
The bylaws for the Illinois Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives include articles on name; fiscal year; purposes; membership; dues; officers and directors; elections; meetings; committees; disbursements; amendments; dissolution; and indemnification. The bylaws contain language for honorary memberships: “Persons who have achieved state or national distinction or whose vocation affords them opportunity to contribute materially toward fulfillment of the objects of the organization shall be eligible for honorary membership.”
The constitution and bylaws for the Muskego Chamber of Commerce and Tourism cover name; membership; Board of Directors; officers; meetings; amendments; intent; fiscal year; and dissolution. This sample states that the chamber is a non-partisan and non-sectarian organization: "This Chamber shall be non-partisan, non-sectarian and shall take no part in or lend its support to the election or appointment of any candidate for public office."
This document contains the bylaws of the Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce, which has annual revenue under $450k.
This document contains the revised and restated bylaws of the Greater Oconee Chamber of Commerce, which has annual revenue under $450k.
This document contains the bylaws of the Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce. Includes Articles on Membership; Meetings; Board of Directors; Officers and Directors; Indemnification and Bonding; Committees/Task Forces; Finances; Dissolution; Rules of Order; and Amendments.
This document contains the bylaws for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Executives (KCCE). Covers membership, dues, information about how its officers and directors are elected and their duties, and provisions for hiring (and duties of) the executive director.