Contracts. The organization may authorize
in writing any officer or officers, to enter into
any contract or execute and deliver any instrument
in the name of and on behalf of the organization.
Checks, Drafts, Etc. All checks,
drafts or other orders for payment of money, or other
evidence of indebtedness issued in the name of the
organization shall be signed by two officers of the
Deposits. All funds of the organization
not otherwise employed shall be deposited from time
to time to the credit of the organization in such
banks as the organization may select.
"Seed" Money. All monies
collected in each proposed reunion site, as startup
capital shall be reimbursed after the family reunion
expenses have been met. Any monies left over
shall remain in the city hosting the reunion to be
used as "seed" money for the next time that
city host the "Jones Family Reunion".
Members of the host city organization only will determine
the maintenance or disbursement of funds.
Content of Reunion. Every "Jones
Family Reunion" shall include in its
agenda a business meeting, family history update,
family and worship time, and recreation. These
items shall be covered over a period of three days.
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. There shall be
souvenirs available at all reunions to be decided
upon by the host organization.
Mailing List of Jones Family. Every
known family member shall be informed in writing by
the host city of plans for the "Jones Family
Reunion". Each host group shall acquire
a list of family members from the prior family reunion
host. This mailing list shall be updated at
every reunion and sent to the next proposed reunion
site as a new mailing list.
* Section 7.
Cemetery Upkeep and Maintenance. At
each Jones Family Reunion, funds
shall be collected for the upkeep and maintenance
of the Jones Family Cemetery located in Uniontown,
Alabama. Amended 1998.
Section 8. Scholarship. A scholarship fund
will be established for the direct descendants of
Alex and Margaret Jones who are beginning entrance
into any post-secondary institution of higher learning.
Each head of family will be asked to contribute $25
or more for initial formation of scholarship funding.