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Constitution of the Rowan University Parkour Club

Constitution of the Rowan University Parkour Club

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Published by Gabriel Arnold
The first edition of the RUPK club constitution.
The first edition of the RUPK club constitution.

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Published by: Gabriel Arnold on May 02, 2011
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Constitution of the Rowan University Parkour Club
Article I  Name
Rowan University Parkour Club (RUPK)
Article II  Purpose
Parkour is defined as the art of movement, the physical and mental discipline of training to overcomeany obstacle within one's path by adapting one's movements to the environment. To that end, the goalof the Parkour club is to safely practice, teach, and promote this discipline on the Rowan Universitycampus and the surrounding area.
Article III  Membership
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ll current students and faculty of Rowan University are welcome to join, regardless of gender,age, or physical fitness level.
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To be recognized as a full member, practitioners must sign the university waiver form andinitially attend at least three (3) weekly sessions.
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full member of the club may attend any and all practice sessions and club gatherings, as wellas request a practice session outside the scheduled sessions. He/she may also vote in clubelections and decisions.
Article IV  Meeting
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There will be three (3) practice sessions a week during the normal academic year, the exact daysand times to be determined at the start of each semester by a majority of member vote.
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lub sessions will not be held during school break times (winter, spring break, etc.) and noofficial session will occur during the summer months.
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pecial or unscheduled practice sessions may be called by any member via phone call, textmessage, email, etc.
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nclement weather will not cancel regularly scheduled sessions; members will gather at thecampus RE
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enter and determine plans from that point.
Article V  Executive Board
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President  The president is the first among equals. He/she will attend at minimum one (1)practice a session a week. He/she will attend all sports club meetings. He/she is also thespokesperson for the club at all campus events and for any legal or authoritative issues that mayarise.
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ice-President  The vice-president is the head of service projects and stand-in for the presidentif ever needed. He/she will schedule, coordinate, and run club service projects.
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Treasurer  The treasurer is in charge of club funds and fundraising. He/she will handle allfundraising projects and all forms/paperwork needed for club funds through the RE
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enter.
Article VI  Elections
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ll three executive positions (President,
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ice-President, and Treasurer) will be decided bymajority vote of current club members.
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nly current full club members are eligible for nomination.
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ny current full member may seek office, regardless of time spent as a member of the club.
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ll terms of office are for one full academic year.

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