The Tahoe Figure Skating Club has no Board Members as of July 1, 2018.
It also has no members of any kind as of that same date.
- The board of directors of the Club as a business entity voted on June 2nd 2018 to not accept any new nor renew any existing members (see minutes). (Bylaws ARTICLE III Section 2 and ARTICLE VI Section 4) At that time there were no 2018-2019 membership forms created nor approved, nor membership pricing established for the upcoming year. The minutes were posted and all members were informed of that decision that same day. Hence, nobody can claim to be a Tahoe FSC member as of July 1st 2018. The Club has no members. No way to have quorum for any sort of meeting (ARTICLE IV Section 4).
- The bylaws are very explicit that ALL board positions (both elected and appointed) and memberships end June 30th, 2018. (ARTICLE V Section 2 and 6). So nobody can legally claim to be an officer of the business entity as of July 1st 2018. The Club has no board of directors. No way to legitimately call a meeting which requires a Secretary (ARTICLE IV Section 5), no way to have quorum for a meeting, no way to do anything as a business entity. This is by design and not by mistake: the Club membership participated in the election process, and the plenary of members with all voting members represented at the Annual Meeting voted to not appoint a new board.
- The board also voted to "- Notify USFSA that the Club is no longer active. Make sure they do not charge yearly Club renewal. Remove all roles (officers, board, etc) for the Club." So any USFSA's interference with the business entity is hostile and against the written wishes of its Board, and by consensus at the Annual Meeting, against the plenary of its voting membership. USFSA can renew members into their organization as they wish, but they have no legal right to appoint --or claim to have appointed-- members to our Club, which is an independent business entity.
- On June 2nd 2018 the board also voted that the business entity would keep the exclusive rights to its name and logo. This is relevant because the business entity is not being dissolved, so keeping its name and logo is part of its business plan of going into an inactive state by choice: "memorialized" if you will, to remain a symbol of what once was.