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50-50 Drawing - 3 Ways to Win

Carla Ruschival
 

The Kentucky School for the Blind Alumni is celebrating its 75th
reunion on Saturday, October 15, and we are holding our annual 50-50
drawing to help support our historical preservation project.  Tickets
are $10 each, and 3 winners will share half of the pot.  Anyone can
participate, and you don't have to be present to win.

The reunion begins on Zoom and on the Radio Storm Internet radio
station at noon on Saturday.  There will be door prize drawings
throughout the day, and the 50-50 winners will be drawn on Saturday
evening at the virtual banquet.

For more information on how to register, listen and win, call Carla
Ruschival, Alumni Treasurer, at 502-897-1472.


Re: Come Roar with ACB Lions

Betsy Grenevitch
 

thank you. I did nog know for sure.  but just

On 10/7/2021 9:21 PM, coefield@... wrote:
For the record, I am not a Past District Governor.  

J C Coefield



On Oct 6, 2021, at 9:48 PM, Ray Campbell <Ray153056@...> wrote:

Hello ACB Lions:
 
Just a reminder, our monthly time to roar is taking place tomorrow evening, October 7, 2021 at 8:30 p.m. Eastern time.  The Zoom information is below.
 
We have two agenda items we need to cover.  First, the ACB Holiday Auction Committee has reached out to us and asked if we’d like to make a donation to the holiday auction.  We’ve donated two music boxes in the past, so we can discuss what we’d like to do if anything.
 
We can also report on getting the pins out to our registrants.  Please feel free to bring up any other agenda items you may have.
 

Come Roar with ACB Lions: 8:30pm ET, 5:30pm PT, 2:30pm HT

Join ACB Lions for our regular monthly conference call. This provides all Lions and those interested in Lionism an opportunity to learn about what ACB Lions is working on, and share what our local clubs are doing.
Sponsored by ACB Lions
Join the call:
Phone: 312-626-6799
Meeting ID: 842 3825 0700
Passcode: 172616
 
 
Thanks,
 
 
Lion Ray Campbell, Immediate Past President, Glen Ellyn Lions Club and
President, American Council of Blind Lions
 
 

--
Betsy Grenevitch 678-862-3876


Re: Come Roar with ACB Lions

coefield@...
 

For the record, I am not a Past District Governor.  

J C Coefield



On Oct 6, 2021, at 9:48 PM, Ray Campbell <Ray153056@...> wrote:

Hello ACB Lions:
 
Just a reminder, our monthly time to roar is taking place tomorrow evening, October 7, 2021 at 8:30 p.m. Eastern time.  The Zoom information is below.
 
We have two agenda items we need to cover.  First, the ACB Holiday Auction Committee has reached out to us and asked if we’d like to make a donation to the holiday auction.  We’ve donated two music boxes in the past, so we can discuss what we’d like to do if anything.
 
We can also report on getting the pins out to our registrants.  Please feel free to bring up any other agenda items you may have.
 

Come Roar with ACB Lions: 8:30pm ET, 5:30pm PT, 2:30pm HT

Join ACB Lions for our regular monthly conference call. This provides all Lions and those interested in Lionism an opportunity to learn about what ACB Lions is working on, and share what our local clubs are doing.
Sponsored by ACB Lions
Join the call:
Phone: 312-626-6799
Meeting ID: 842 3825 0700
Passcode: 172616
 
 
Thanks,
 
 
Lion Ray Campbell, Immediate Past President, Glen Ellyn Lions Club and
President, American Council of Blind Lions
 
 


Re: Come Roar with ACB Lions

Sharon Howerton
 

Lion Ray, I will be unable to attend this meeting but wanted to mention that I received my pin a few days ago.

Lion Sharon

 

From: ACB-Lions@... <ACB-Lions@...> On Behalf Of Ray Campbell
Sent: Wednesday, October 6, 2021 8:48 PM
To: ACB-Lions@...; ACBL-Board@...
Subject: [ACB-Lions] Come Roar with ACB Lions

 

Hello ACB Lions:

 

Just a reminder, our monthly time to roar is taking place tomorrow evening, October 7, 2021 at 8:30 p.m. Eastern time.  The Zoom information is below.

 

We have two agenda items we need to cover.  First, the ACB Holiday Auction Committee has reached out to us and asked if we’d like to make a donation to the holiday auction.  We’ve donated two music boxes in the past, so we can discuss what we’d like to do if anything.

 

We can also report on getting the pins out to our registrants.  Please feel free to bring up any other agenda items you may have.

 

Come Roar with ACB Lions: 8:30pm ET, 5:30pm PT, 2:30pm HT

Join ACB Lions for our regular monthly conference call. This provides all Lions and those interested in Lionism an opportunity to learn about what ACB Lions is working on, and share what our local clubs are doing.

Sponsored by ACB Lions

Join the call:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84238250700?pwd=RXBVZ1VlRlNtQkdmSGVQemVoWFJpQT09

One tap mobile: +13126266799,,84238250700#,,,,*172616#

Phone: 312-626-6799

Meeting ID: 842 3825 0700

Passcode: 172616

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

Lion Ray Campbell, Immediate Past President, Glen Ellyn Lions Club and

President, American Council of Blind Lions

630-258-0516

Ray153056@...

 

 


Come Support the Illinois Council of the Blind through Two Great Fundraisers

Ray Campbell
 

Hello all:

There are two great opportunities for you to enjoy yourself while raising
much-needed funds for the Illinois Council of the Blind (ICB).

Tuesday, October 12 at 7 p.m. Central Time, come join us on Zoom and play
Tupperware Bingo. Simply select any five numbers for your bingo card,
between 1 and 75. Call Amy at 515-491-8011 to purchase your card for $6
each, you can purchase as many cards as you want. You can also register on
Monday, October 11 or until 2 p.m. Tuesday, October 12 by calling Maggie in
the ICB office at 217-523-4967. Then, join us on Zoom, listen to the
numbers and win great prizes.

If you love music, then mark Sunday, November 7 on your calendar at 7 p.m.
for ICB's first ever Virtual Piano Concert. Renowned Pianist Steven
Solomon, who has played all over the country and across the world, will
grace us with his wonderful music. The last half hour of the program, from
8 to 8:30 p.m. will be dedicated to your requests. Check out Steven's
information, samples of his work, and a list of songs you can request on the
ICB Website at www.icbonline.org/icb-2021-virtual-concert. I think you'll
agree we have a terrific musician to entertain you. You can also purchase
your tickets there for $25 per household, or call Maggie in the ICB office
at 217-523-4967. Once you've purchased a ticket, the Zoom link will be sent
closer to the concert.

We thank you in advance for your help and support, and we hope you enjoy
these special events.


Ray Campbell
Ray153056@gmail.com

Blog: farmers-boy.livejournal.com
Twitter: @packerbackerray
Facebook: www.facebook.com/packerbackerray


Come Roar with ACB Lions

Ray Campbell
 

Hello ACB Lions:

 

Just a reminder, our monthly time to roar is taking place tomorrow evening, October 7, 2021 at 8:30 p.m. Eastern time.  The Zoom information is below.

 

We have two agenda items we need to cover.  First, the ACB Holiday Auction Committee has reached out to us and asked if we’d like to make a donation to the holiday auction.  We’ve donated two music boxes in the past, so we can discuss what we’d like to do if anything.

 

We can also report on getting the pins out to our registrants.  Please feel free to bring up any other agenda items you may have.

 

Come Roar with ACB Lions: 8:30pm ET, 5:30pm PT, 2:30pm HT

Join ACB Lions for our regular monthly conference call. This provides all Lions and those interested in Lionism an opportunity to learn about what ACB Lions is working on, and share what our local clubs are doing.

Sponsored by ACB Lions

Join the call:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84238250700?pwd=RXBVZ1VlRlNtQkdmSGVQemVoWFJpQT09

One tap mobile: +13126266799,,84238250700#,,,,*172616#

Phone: 312-626-6799

Meeting ID: 842 3825 0700

Passcode: 172616

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

Lion Ray Campbell, Immediate Past President, Glen Ellyn Lions Club and

President, American Council of Blind Lions

630-258-0516

Ray153056@...

 

 


FW: [ICB-L] Tomorrow is the LAST DAY 9-7! Buy your raffle tickets, WIN A LOT OF MONEY!

Ray Campbell
 

Hello All:

 

You only have a few hours left to purchase tickets in our Illinois Council of the Blind (ICB) 50/50 Summer Raffle.  The pot’s close to $1,000, so the lucky winner will have a chance to win nearly $500.  Tickets are $5 each or 5 tickets for $20.  You can call the Illinois Council of the Blind office at 217-523-4967, purchase tickets online at www.icbonline.org/2021-summer-raffle or send money directly to ICB via pay pal to icb@... and in the note section, tell us how many tickets you would like.

 

Get your entries in before 2 p.m. central time tomorrow, September 7!

 

 

 

Ray Campbell, Member, Board of Directors, Illinois Council of the Blind

Ray153056@...

 

From: ICB-L@... <ICB-L@...> On Behalf Of Illinois Council of the Blind - Maggie Mogged
Sent: Monday, September 6, 2021 8:44 PM
To: ICB-L@...
Subject: [ICB-L] Tomorrow is the LAST DAY 9-7! Buy your raffle tickets, WIN A LOT OF MONEY!

 

     Hello, tomorrow, Tuesday, September 7th is the last day to buy raffle tickets for ICB’s summer raffle fundraiser. You could win a lot of money, it could help pay bills, buy something you have been really wanting, Christmas presents, or maybe a little getaway somewhere. The more you buy more and greater your chances to win? Just call the ICB office and use your credit or debit card, but you only have until 2:00 PM central time!

     They are $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00. You can buy as many as you would like to. However, the more you buy the more chances you have to win, but all it takes is 1 ticket to WIN! You have a chance to win 50% of all funds raised. We will draw the lucky winner on Friday, September 10.  Good luck, and we thank you in advance for your support.

 

Illinois Council of the Blind (ICB) Fundraising Committee

Maggie A. Mogged, ICB Office Manager

 


Re: Reminder -- Come Roar with ACB Lions Happens Tonight!

Marsha Farrow
 

LION Ray,

Good meeting tonight! I wanted to share tonight, but just couldn't get my hand raised in time. One of our Georgia LIONS asked me about doing some training on vision loss and technology for LIONS REQUIRED TO OBTAIN Leadership Hours. Could we develop a curriculum for such a training. I am a Certified Master's level Vision Rehabilitation Therapist and would be more than happy to serve on such a Committee.

Thanks for your leadership! Also, we have gotten a new Georgia Member from your passing on Ann Harrison's name to Betsy and me.

LION Marsha

-----Original Message-----
From: ACB-Lions@acblists.org <ACB-Lions@acblists.org> On Behalf Of Ray Campbell
Sent: Thursday, September 2, 2021 9:55 AM
To: acbl-board@acblists.org; acb-lions@acblists.org
Subject: [ACB-Lions] Reminder -- Come Roar with ACB Lions Happens Tonight!

Hello Lions:

Tonight's the September Come Roar with ACB Lions' Conference Call.
Join us at 8:30 p.m. Eastern time.

Tonight I'll be talking about some of the things I'd like to see ACB Lions doing over the next year. We'll also have plenty of time for other ACBL Business and club sharing.

The Zoom information is below, looking forward to talking with you tonight.


Come Roar with ACB Lions: 8:30pm ET, 5:30pm PT, 2:30pm HT Join ACB Lions for our regular monthly conference call. This provides all Lions and those interested in Lionism an opportunity to learn about what ACB Lions is working on, and share what our local clubs are doing.
Sponsored by ACB Lions
Join the call:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84238250700?pwd=RXBVZ1VlRlNtQkdmSGVQemVoWFJpQT09
One tap mobile: +13126266799,,84238250700#,,,,*172616#
Phone: 312-626-6799
Meeting ID: 842 3825 0700
Passcode: 172616



Lion Ray Campbell, President, American Council of Blind Lions ray153056@gmail.com
630-258-0516


Re: Website Builder Information

Kathryn Woofter
 

I think you have the wrong person my name is not Kay, it is Lion  kat. As for your request I have no clue what that is. Or how to do it I’m sorry. 


On 2 Sep 2021, at 6:23 pm, Donna Pomerantz <dmpomerantz@...> wrote:



Hi Kay:

 

Can you please email me off line and share your website builder’s information with me?

 

I am at dmpomerantz@...

 

Thank you,

 

Lion Donna

dmpomerantz@...

 


Website Builder Information

Donna Pomerantz
 

Hi Kay:

 

Can you please email me off line and share your website builder’s information with me?

 

I am at dmpomerantz@...

 

Thank you,

 

Lion Donna

dmpomerantz@...

 


Reminder -- Come Roar with ACB Lions Happens Tonight!

Ray Campbell
 

Hello Lions:

Tonight's the September Come Roar with ACB Lions' Conference Call.
Join us at 8:30 p.m. Eastern time.

Tonight I'll be talking about some of the things I'd like to see ACB
Lions doing over the next year. We'll also have plenty of time for
other ACBL Business and club sharing.

The Zoom information is below, looking forward to talking with you tonight.


Come Roar with ACB Lions: 8:30pm ET, 5:30pm PT, 2:30pm HT
Join ACB Lions for our regular monthly conference call. This provides
all Lions and those interested in Lionism an opportunity to learn
about what ACB Lions is working on, and share what our local clubs are
doing.
Sponsored by ACB Lions
Join the call:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84238250700?pwd=RXBVZ1VlRlNtQkdmSGVQemVoWFJpQT09
One tap mobile: +13126266799,,84238250700#,,,,*172616#
Phone: 312-626-6799
Meeting ID: 842 3825 0700
Passcode: 172616



Lion Ray Campbell, President, American Council of Blind Lions
ray153056@gmail.com
630-258-0516


Re: Formal Request for Postal Addresses Sent

coefield@...
 

Ray, I am not a member of ACB so I wasn’t sure how they would have my address.

JC  Coefield

On Aug 25, 2021, at 9:57 AM, Ray Campbell <Ray153056@...> wrote:

Thank you guys, this is helpful, but what we really need is ACB to provide these addresses as they have since 2016.

Ray Campbell

On Aug 24, 2021, at 11:22 PM, hollykaczmarski58 <hollykaczmarski58@...> wrote:


Ray,

My USPS mailing address is:

Holly B. Kaczmarski
PO Box 194 
Dayton, WA. 99328 

or if it is going by UPS or FedEx it is: 

Holly B. Kaczmarski
1205 South 3rd Street Dayton, WA. 99328

I hope this helps.

Holly

Dayton Lions Club Secretary

Sent from my Verizon Wireless Samsung Galaxy S10e Smartphone

On Tue, Aug 24, 2021, 7:52 PM Ray Campbell <Ray153056@...> wrote:
Hello Lions:

Per our discussion during our August 5, 2021 ACB Lions meeting, I have made
a formal request to ACB for the mailing addresses of all ACB Lions
registrants so we can send them their ACBL pins.  Due to my involvement in
the special ACB meeting to adopt the Remote Voting Constitution and Bylaws
amendments and activities leading up to it, this request took longer than it
should have.  Thank you to Lion Carla for helping me make this a good,
strong request.



Lion Ray Campbell, Immediate Past President, Glen Ellyn Lions Club and
President, American Council of Blind Lions
630-258-0516
Ray153056@...









Re: Formal Request for Postal Addresses Sent

Ray Campbell
 

Thank you guys, this is helpful, but what we really need is ACB to provide these addresses as they have since 2016.

Ray Campbell

On Aug 24, 2021, at 11:22 PM, hollykaczmarski58 <hollykaczmarski58@...> wrote:


Ray,

My USPS mailing address is:

Holly B. Kaczmarski
PO Box 194 
Dayton, WA. 99328 

or if it is going by UPS or FedEx it is: 

Holly B. Kaczmarski
1205 South 3rd Street Dayton, WA. 99328

I hope this helps.

Holly

Dayton Lions Club Secretary

Sent from my Verizon Wireless Samsung Galaxy S10e Smartphone

On Tue, Aug 24, 2021, 7:52 PM Ray Campbell <Ray153056@...> wrote:
Hello Lions:

Per our discussion during our August 5, 2021 ACB Lions meeting, I have made
a formal request to ACB for the mailing addresses of all ACB Lions
registrants so we can send them their ACBL pins.  Due to my involvement in
the special ACB meeting to adopt the Remote Voting Constitution and Bylaws
amendments and activities leading up to it, this request took longer than it
should have.  Thank you to Lion Carla for helping me make this a good,
strong request.



Lion Ray Campbell, Immediate Past President, Glen Ellyn Lions Club and
President, American Council of Blind Lions
630-258-0516
Ray153056@...








Re: Formal Request for Postal Addresses Sent

coefield@...
 

My address is:

JC Coefield
105 Fox Den Ct.
Warner Robins, GA 31093

On Aug 24, 2021, at 10:52 PM, Ray Campbell <Ray153056@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello Lions:

Per our discussion during our August 5, 2021 ACB Lions meeting, I have made
a formal request to ACB for the mailing addresses of all ACB Lions
registrants so we can send them their ACBL pins. Due to my involvement in
the special ACB meeting to adopt the Remote Voting Constitution and Bylaws
amendments and activities leading up to it, this request took longer than it
should have. Thank you to Lion Carla for helping me make this a good,
strong request.



Lion Ray Campbell, Immediate Past President, Glen Ellyn Lions Club and
President, American Council of Blind Lions
630-258-0516
Ray153056@gmail.com







Re: Formal Request for Postal Addresses Sent

hollykaczmarski58
 

Ray,

My USPS mailing address is:

Holly B. Kaczmarski
PO Box 194 
Dayton, WA. 99328 

or if it is going by UPS or FedEx it is: 

Holly B. Kaczmarski
1205 South 3rd Street Dayton, WA. 99328

I hope this helps.

Holly

Dayton Lions Club Secretary

Sent from my Verizon Wireless Samsung Galaxy S10e Smartphone


On Tue, Aug 24, 2021, 7:52 PM Ray Campbell <Ray153056@...> wrote:
Hello Lions:

Per our discussion during our August 5, 2021 ACB Lions meeting, I have made
a formal request to ACB for the mailing addresses of all ACB Lions
registrants so we can send them their ACBL pins.  Due to my involvement in
the special ACB meeting to adopt the Remote Voting Constitution and Bylaws
amendments and activities leading up to it, this request took longer than it
should have.  Thank you to Lion Carla for helping me make this a good,
strong request.



Lion Ray Campbell, Immediate Past President, Glen Ellyn Lions Club and
President, American Council of Blind Lions
630-258-0516
Ray153056@...








Formal Request for Postal Addresses Sent

Ray Campbell
 

Hello Lions:

Per our discussion during our August 5, 2021 ACB Lions meeting, I have made
a formal request to ACB for the mailing addresses of all ACB Lions
registrants so we can send them their ACBL pins. Due to my involvement in
the special ACB meeting to adopt the Remote Voting Constitution and Bylaws
amendments and activities leading up to it, this request took longer than it
should have. Thank you to Lion Carla for helping me make this a good,
strong request.



Lion Ray Campbell, Immediate Past President, Glen Ellyn Lions Club and
President, American Council of Blind Lions
630-258-0516
Ray153056@gmail.com


Re: an update on Lion JC Coefield

Carla Ruschival
 

Betsy, thanks for letting us know about J. C. Let's all hope for the best.

Carla

On Aug 23, 2021, at 3:01 PM, Betsy Grenevitch <blindangel61@gmail.com> wrote:

We received word last week that JC had been falling some and went to a doctor. They found lesionss on his brain and here is the latest update.\


He had a biopsy on a mass in his brain. We return to Emory on August 31 to discuss the full diagnosis and treatment plan.

--
Betsy Grenevitch 678-862-3876





an update on Lion JC Coefield

Betsy Grenevitch
 

We received word last week that JC had been falling some and went to a doctor. They found lesionss on his brain and here is the latest update.\


He had a biopsy on a  mass in his brain.  We return to Emory on August 31 to discuss the full diagnosis and treatment plan.

--
Betsy Grenevitch 678-862-3876


ACB Lions Delegate Vote

mitch.pomerantz@...
 

Fellow ACB Lions:

 

I have again been asked to serve as ACB Lions’ counter of member votes regarding the proposed amendments to the Constitution and Bylaws tomorrow afternoon. Please e-mail or call in your vote to me as to whether you support or oppose the draft amendments. I will accept votes up until the Chair announces that the affiliate votes will be taken. I will then forward the vote count to Carla for her to cast ACB Lions delegate vote. If you call after 6:00 PM PDT,  please leave a message as Donna and I will be leaving for the evening. You may reach me at mitch.pomerantz@... or (626) 844-4388. Thanks.

 

 

Mitch Pomerantz


[Leadership] Proposed Amendments to the ACB Constitution and Bylaws Addressing Voting

Ray Campbell
 

Hi Lions:

Here are the proposed amendments to the ACB Constitution and Bylaws to
allow for remote voting and remote or hybrid meetings.

Lion Ray Campbell, President, ACB Lions


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Koni Sims <koni.l.sims@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 4 Aug 2021 11:56:58 -0500
Subject: [Leadership] Proposed Amendments to the ACB Constitution and
Bylaws Addressing Voting
To: "leadership@acblists.org" <leadership@acblists.org>,
acb-conversation@acblist.org

Proposed Amendments to the ACB Constitution and Bylaws Addressing Voting



Please come join the Constitution and Bylaws Committee (C&B) and
Voting Task Force (VTF) for these upcoming events to discuss and take
member input. On August 4, they will be visiting with the presidents
on Hump Day. On August 5, C&B will be meeting and will take members’
input. On August 8, both committees will be on Sunday Edition. On
August 10, Tuesday Topics will host both committees for discussion and
input for the first hour. Then the C&B will be meeting and taking
members’ input. On August 11, both committees will be available to
visit with the presidents on Hump Day. We look forward to talking and
hearing from our members!



Current Language, Article III, Section C:



C. Voting: Each voting member attending an annual conference and
convention shall be entitled to one (1) vote, provided that the person
was a member prior to the record date of the conference and
convention, which shall be thirty (30) days prior to the opening
meeting. In addition, official delegates from affiliates shall cast
the number of votes to which their organization is entitled as
provided in the Bylaws. Voting on all issues at an annual conference
and convention shall be conducted in one (1) of two (2) ways: voice
vote, by which the presiding officer calls for the oral ayes and then
for the oral nays, or record vote. A record vote shall be composed of
two (2) distinct components: a secret ballot vote by which the
individual votes of certified voting members are taken, to be
conducted in a manner as provided for in the Bylaws, and a roll call
of affiliates by which official affiliate delegates shall announce the
votes of their respective organizations. Elections where there are
contests of officers, directors and members of the Board of
Publications must be conducted by record vote. If a voice vote on any
issue, in the opinion of the presiding officer, is too close to
determine the result, the presiding officer shall have the discretion
to order a record vote on the issue. A record vote on any issue shall
also be ordered by the presiding officer if any twenty-five (25)
certified voting members and/or members at large identify themselves
from the floor of the conference and convention and request a record
vote.



Proposed Language, Article III, Section C:



C. Voting: Each certified member of this organization shall be
entitled to one (1) vote at any annual or special meeting, provided
that the person was a certified member prior to the established record
date of such meeting, which shall be thirty (30) days before such
meeting, or in the case of the annual conference and convention, the
opening session. In addition, official delegates from affiliates shall
cast the number of votes to which their organization is entitled as
provided in the Bylaws. Voting on all issues at any meeting shall be
conducted in one (1) of two (2) ways: voice vote or record vote. In
the case of voice votes, virtual attendees shall cast votes by any
protocol provided for by the adopted remote meeting platform or client
program. A record vote shall be composed of two (2) distinct
components: a secret ballot vote conducted in the manner prescribed in
the bylaws, and a roll call of affiliates by which official affiliate
delegates shall announce the votes of their respective organizations.
If a voice vote on any issue, in the opinion of the presiding officer,
is too close to determine the result, the presiding officer shall have
the discretion to order a record vote on the issue. Contested
elections and the disposition of main motions on proposed
constitutional and/or bylaw amendments must be conducted via record
vote. A record vote on any issue shall also be ordered by the
presiding officer if any twenty-five (25) certified voting members
identify themselves either from the floor of the conference and
convention or via the adopted remote meeting platform or client
program and request a record vote.



Article IX Meetings (unchanged):



A regular meeting of this organization shall be held once a year, to
be known as the annual conference and convention. A majority of
affiliate votes certified and seated at the conference and convention
shall constitute a quorum to do business.



Add the following to Article IX:



Any membership meeting, or portions thereof, may be conducted, either
exclusively or as a contemporaneous hybrid component, by means of the
Internet or other electronic communications technology in a fashion
pursuant to which the members have the opportunity to read or hear the
proceedings substantially concurrently with their occurrence, vote on
matters submitted to the members, pose questions, and make comments.



[All language from "by mean of ..." to the end of the proposed added
sentence is taken directly from the D.C. Nonprofit Corporations Act of
2010, § 29-405.01(e), (annual / regular meetings), and § 29-405.02(f),
(special meetings).]



Article XI Amendments (unchanged):



This constitution and bylaws may be amended at any regular conference
and convention of ACB provided such proposed amendment has been
presented in writing to the Constitution and Bylaws Committee before
the end of the first day following the day of the roll call meeting of
the conference and convention. A two-thirds (2/3) vote of those
present and voting is required to adopt a constitutional amendment and
a majority vote of those present and voting is required to adopt a
bylaw amendment according to voting procedures contained herein. Both
the original language and the proposed language shall be read to the
assembly during any business meeting of the conference and convention,
provided the deadline for submission has been met, and final action
shall not take place until a second reading to the assembly has taken
place on any subsequent business meeting day. Any such proposed
amendment is not considered pending business until the amendment has
been properly placed in the hands of the conference and convention
assembly.



Add to Article XI:



Once placed before the assembly, constitutional and bylaws amendments
may be debated but may not be amended.



Current Language, Bylaw 2 Voting:



D. The secret ballot component of a record vote shall be conducted
through the use of a paper ballot for each certified member.



Proposed Replacement, Bylaw 2 Voting:

D. The individual vote for each member shall be conducted using an
electronic system which provides the ability to independently mark,
verify and cast a secret ballot. Such voting system shall be
independently accessible to all members without regard to the
technology used by each member, including assistive t

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