Indianapolis Radio Club
A NON-PROFIT ASSOCIATION
Membership is open to all persons interested in Amateur Radio. There shall be four (4) classes of membership;
- INDIVIDUAL, FAMILY, STUDENT and LIFE.
a. Individual - Regular membership is open to all persons interested in Amateur Radio. Regular membership includes all club privileges, as well as the rights to hold a club office and full voting privileges.
b. Family - Family membership is open to related persons, living in the same household. Family membership shall be offered at a special membership. Family membership includes all club privileges except; the Family will only receive one monthly mailing from the club.
c. Student - Student membership is open to all persons under the age of 21 attending school full - time. Student membership shall be offered at 1/2 the individual membership annual dues.
d. Life - membership is open to all persons after the payment of the LIFE membership fee as set by the Board of Directors each year. Life members enjoy all rights and privileges the same as the regular individual members.
Regular meetings shall be held on the second (2nd) Friday of each Calendar month. Special meetings may be called by the President upon the written request of any TEN (10) club members. Notices shall be sent to members concerning special meetings and the business to be transacted. Only such business as designated shall be transacted. Such notices shall be sent so that they arrive not less than 24 hours before the meeting.
The standing committees of the club shall be Interference, Public Relations, Education and Operating.
a: Interference committee - The committee shall be responsible for providing technical advice to members concerning equipment design and operation to assist in frequency observance, clean signals, uniform practice and absence of spurious radiations from club and member stations.
b: Public Relations - The committee shall be responsible for providing Media coverage of all events hosted by the club, and to provide periodic membership drives. The committee should also provide periodic public Amateur Awareness events.
c: Education - The committee shall be responsible for providing for the education of new amateurs, license classes for potential new amateurs and opportunities for continuing education of members.
d: Operating - The operating committee shall be responsible for providing operating events for club members, and for the improvement of operating techniques.
Original: date 1914; last amendment Sept. 1980 page2-2
Date of typing: November 2003