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i see youre from benton.im not familiar with kansas as i just got stationed in ft riley about a yr ago and now im in iraq but i can find anything once i get back.so i found what we need to start this bad boy rolling and here it is:
Powerstroke.org Chapter Rules
A chapter may be formed by any group of five (5) Powerstroke.org members who have some kind of common geographical connection.
All chapters will have a logo. All logos will include “Powerstroke.org” in their design.
The requirements for being a member of a chapter are the following:
Be a member of Powerstroke.org in good standing.
Display the Chapter Logo on your vehicle.
Chapters will be required to plan and organize one get together per year. Attendance is optional. There will be no minimum requirements on attendance levels.
Chapters will at their onset, and then whenever they feel the need to, elect a Chapter Director, a Chapter Vice Director, and a Chapter Historian. These positions will hold no authority, but those holding them will serve as coordinators for any chapter event. These positions will be open to any chapter member with the exception of Powerstroke.org Staff.
Chapter formation will occur at such time as a group has organized, and presented a list of members and a logo design to the Powerstroke.org staff, and said logo design is approved.
These chapters are a function of Powerstroke.org. As such, they may not function outside of Powerstroke.org CoC. Also, the Powerstroke.org staff reserves the right to make changes at any time to facilitate operation of these chapters.
its pretty straight forward.we need three more guys and i know one who may be willing to join so ill talk to him.also once we get five or more we will need to design a logo.im sure we can find something.state flag,chapter name,powerstroke.org,and whatever else we decide.
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