|Counting Down to the UFWDA Annual MeetingA reminder that the date for the 2016 Annual Meeting is the evening of Thursday 28 July and conducted as an interactive online webinar. We need delegate and member involvement.
Join us for a webinar on Jul 28, 2016 at 8:30 PM EDT.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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The United Four Wheel Drive Associations Inc., North America and worldwide, announce that several positions on its Board of Directors will be voted on at this year’s Annual Meeting held July 28th, 2016.
Those positions up for election are: President, Secretary Director of
Membership, Director of Environmental Affairs, and Director of Public
Each of these positions is a two-year term.
*ELECTION OF OFFICERS*
Nominees for office should have submitted a signed Letter of interest and
qualifications to the current Board of Directors sixty (60) days prior
to an election or be present or accept a nomination from the floor at
the meeting where the election is being held.
Newly elected officers shall begin their term at the fall of the gavel
ending the Annual Meeting at which they were elected. “UFWDA S.O.P.
Article V, Section 1. (This year, 60 days prior to the Annual Meeting was
May 30 2016)
Nominees shall be members in good standing.
Anyone interested in running for office is strongly urged to send a
Candidate’s Statement for publication in the July UFWDA eNews.You should list your qualifications, goals, ideas for that office, and what your
direction of United would be.
That will give the voting delegates and their member associations an
opportunity to learn about the candidates before the Annual Meeting.
All such statements should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
Now is the time to start considering one of these positions please.
Award winners are also announced and UFWDA invite nominations from organizations for the Jack Edwards Award, Four Wheeler of the Year, Environmental Affairs Four Wheeler of the Year and the Conservation Volunteer Award.