The Annual Member Meeting is Saturday, June 27 at 10:00am via Zoom. Ballots and Zoom / Phone meeting ID and passwords have been emailed to members. If you have not received your copy, please contact your Club Representative. The agenda linked below also contains the Zoom / Phone information for the meeting.
As you may know, a subcommittee of the SARDASA Board has been working hard to envision a more streamlined and functional organizational structure for SARDASA, which is both able to meet our mission of promotion, education, and preservation of American folk dance and also manage the Old Pueblo Dance Center. Toward that end, the subcommittee revised the SARDASA Bylaws, and the proposed bylaws are linked at the bottom of this page. Many of the ideas incorporated in this document have been vetted through the board, but several will be new to you. To help you understand the process and to better identify the important changes, please read the accompanying Bylaws Revision Process Summary document also found at the bottom of this page. We have also prepared a document with statements from subcommittee members about why they support, or in some cases don't support, portions of the proposed bylaws, which have also been linked at the bottom.
At the June 27th meeting, we will vote on these bylaws as is. Per the amendment process in our current bylaws, we cannot accept changes or amendments to these proposed bylaws, which were read at the May 16th special meeting of the SARDASA Board. This meeting will be held via Zoom / Phone Voting for the Board of Directors will take place by Ballot which can either be emailed or snail mailed, and must be received by Monday, July 6th. If you have not received your Ballot, please contact your Club Representative.
Two discussion meetings were held to provide further information about the proposed bylaws.
Here are some important tasks for you as a board member in preparation for our annual meeting:
Please read the THREE draft minutes from the Feb 22, May 9 and May 16 meetings.
Best regards, Claire Zucker President, SADASA