General Membership Meeting Agenda September 2, 2021

The Broken Arrow Soccer Club will hold its quarterly General Membership Meeting next Thursday, September 2, at 7:30 pm in the BASC banquet room located at 1001 S. Main Street, Broken Arrow Ok.

 

General Membership Meeting business will include:

 

Proposed change to BASC Standing Resolutions:

Current:

SECTION VII: EXECUTIVE BOARD, Item A.

Both the President and Treasurer of the BASC shall be bonded.

Proposed change:

SECTION VII: EXECUTIVE BOARD, Item A.

The Executive Board and any other Board appointed person making decisions on behalf of Broken Arrow Soccer Club shall be covered by a Director’s and Officer’s plus Crime insurance policy.

 

Proposed change to the BASC Bylaws:

Current:

ARTICLE III: MEMBERS Section 1

A. Membership in the BASC shall be open to players, parents and/or guardians of players, and coaches within the jurisdiction of the BASC. In order to become a member of BASC, all referees must complete ten regularly scheduled league games in the spring and fall seasons OR twenty regularly scheduled season games in either the fall or the spring season per calendar year and will be verified by the Area Referee. Once these qualifications are met and the referee is in good standing, the referee may request to apply for membership in the BASC for the next fall. The application will be available on the BASC website and the Area Referee and Executive Board will review. The Area referee will then make the decision on acceptance or denial of membership.

Proposed change:

ARTICLE III: MEMBERS Section 1

A. Membership in the BASC shall be open to players, parents and/or guardians of

players, coaches and referees within the jurisdiction of the BASC.

1. In order to become a member of BASC, a player must be a registered player through BASC.

2. In order to become a member of BASC, parents and/or guardians of registered player or players through BASC.

3. In order to become a member of BASC, a Coach must be assigned to a team roster in either the Team Head Coach or Assistant Coach role, and also must be current with all applicable “requirements."\

4. In order to become a member of BASC, a Referee must complete twenty-five (25) BASC matches within two consecutive seasons, apply for membership, and the BASC Area Referee must verify all matches. Once the Area Referee verifies matches and application, they will send a letter/email to the Referee and the BASC General Manager. At that point the Referee will be a member for rolling year, or 365 days.

B. If the Member or potential Member has been denied their appeal will be heard by the

BASC Executive Board.

 

Form a nominating committee for the November elections of the following board positions: Registrar, Head Coach, Games Commissioner and Treasurer

 

Executive Board Elections for 3rd Vice-President & Secretary

Per the BASC bylaws, the following candidates’ names were submitted 10 days prior to the General Membership Meeting.

Election of BASC 3rd Vice-President

· Matt Yeager is a candidate for this position

· Election of BASC Secretary

· Julie Ballew, Steve Wierzchowski and Liz Overturf are candidates for this position

 

General Membership Meetings are open to all BASC members, and all are encouraged to attend.