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Who can be a proxy holder?
Either the club president or the vice president education may designate, in writing, any active individual members of the club to act as proxy at any district council meeting.
In the event one of those officers is not in attendance at the meeting and has not designated a proxy:
Who Can Vote?
Voting members of the district council are the club presidents, vice presidents education and the members of the district executive committee: district director, program quality director, club growth director, the immediate past district director, public relations manager, administrations manager, finance manager, division directors and area directors.
Who Can Be A Proxy Holder?
Either the club president or the club vice president education may designate, in writing, any active member in good standing of the club to act as a proxy or proxies and cast one or both of the club's ballots at the district council meeting. If one of those officers is not at the meeting and has not designated, in writing, an active member of the club to act as proxy or proxies of the club at any council meeting, the other officer in attendance may cast two votes. The intent is to assure that every club will be able to cast two votes. No other proxies are valid at any such meeting.
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