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Chartered September 26, 1951 No. 17 108067

CHARTER OF VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS
Waco, Texas

THE STATE OF TEXAS}
COUNTY OF….. }
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:
THAT WE, H.W. Williams, B.J. Joyce, and H.D. Roberts, all citizens of Texas, under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Texas do hereby voluntarily associate ourselves for the purpose of forming a private corporation under such laws upon the following terms and conditions.

I.
The name of the corporation shall be the Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas.

II.
The corporation is not organized for profit. The purpose for which it is formed is to support an educational undertaking, as authorized by subdivision Two of Article 1302 of the Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, 1925, as amended to wit: To encourage higher standards of teaching vocational agriculture, to encourage and advance vocational agriculture in Texas, and to cooperate with other Associations for the advancement and betterment of agricultural methods and practices in Texas.

III.
The places where the business of the corporation is to be transacted are Waco in McLennan County, Texas, and elsewhere within or without the State of Texas in accordance with the laws of said state, and its .principal place of business is to be in Waco, McLennan County, Texas.

IV.
The term for which it is to exist is fifty years.

V.
The number of directors shall not be less than three and the names and residences of those who are appointees for the first year are as follows:

T.L. Devin, Canyon, Texas
H.G. Barber, Floydada, Texas
Gene Barnett, Plainview, Texas
R.E. Post, Colorado City, Texas
M.T. Jenkins, Coahoma, Texas
Earl Sears, Lamesa, Texas
J.R. Jackson, La Grange, Texas
Riley Godwin, Alvin, Texas
H.D. Maxwell, Rockdale, Texas
Jake Joyce, Coleman, Texas
Garth Baker, Graham, Texas
Ralph Maser, Stephenville, Texas
H.D. Roberts, Denton, Texas
Ray Taylor, Bonham, Texas
A.P. Coston, Nocona, Texas
H.W. Williams, Gladewater, Texas
Joe Winkle, Pittsburg, Texas
S.A. Beckham, Sulphur Springs, Texas
M.R. Henslee, Luling, Texas
M.E. Keath, Sabinal, Texas
T.D. Tankersley, Llano, Texas
A.D. Wheat, Cleburne, Texas
J.H. Merka, Rogers, Texas
M.S. Hammack, Ferris, Texas
E.N. Trant, Madisonville, Texas
H.C. Bate, Lufkin, Texas
S.T. Brown, George West, Texas
T.E. Carter, Laredo, Texas
E.D. Ford, Taft, Texas

VI.
The value of the goods, chattels, land, rights and credits owned by the corporation is estimated at eight hundred dollars ($800). The corporation is not organized for profit and is to continue to be without capital stock and has no intention of having capital stock, but will charge its members fees and dues for carrying out the purposes of the corporation.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF we hereunto sign our names this 29th day of August, 1951.

lsI H.W. WILLIAMS
lsI B.J. JOYCE
lsI H.D. ROBERTS
***************
STATE OF TEXAS
County of McLennan
BEFORE ME, the undersigned authority, on this day personally appeared H.W. Williams, B.J. Joyce, and H.D. Roberts, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and also known to me to be citizens of said state, and each acknowledged to me tI1at he executed the same for the purposes and consideration therein expressed.
IN TESTIMONY HEREOF, I hereunto subscribe my name and affix the seal of my office, this the 29th day of August, 1951.

lsI BERTHA CLARK

Notary Public in and for McLennan County, Texas

(SEAL)
My commission Expires: June, 1952.

VATAT Bylaws      
ARTICLE I.
OFFICES
SECTION 1. The principal office shall be in the city of Austin, County of Travis, State of Texas.
SECTION 2. The corporation may also have an office at such other place or places as the Board of Directors may from time to time determine, or as the business of the corporation may require.

ARTICLE II.
MEMBERSHIP
SECTION 1. Only active teachers of agriculture science and technology in the public school systems of the State of Texas, who are actively engaged in performing their duties in any county in tile State of Texas, who pay their active membership fees and dues as hereinafter set forth shall be members of the organization.


SECTION 2. Former active members; the State Director, Agriculture Education, and members of his professional staff; Heads, Agriculture Education Departments and professional staff; and other interested persons; shall be eligible to be associate members. Associate members shall be entitled to no voting rights and shall not be entitled to hold any office as director or officer. Associate members wall be entitled to all other rights to which members shall be entitled upon the same terms and conditions.
Honorary life members shall be active and associate members who retire.
Honorary life members shall be entitled to no voting rights and shall not be entitled to hold any office as director or officer. Honorary life members shall be entitled to all other rights to which members shall be entitled upon the same terms and conditions.
Student members shall be agriculture education students at teacher training institutions in Texas. Student members shall be entitled to no voting rights and shall not be entitled to hold any office as director or officer.
Except where the context shall indicate otherwise, tile word member as hereinafter used in these By- Laws, shall be taken to mean associate and honorary life members, as well as active members.

SECTION 3. Upon becoming an active member every person shall pay an initial fee of one-half of one percent (1/2 of 1% ) of the then effective per annum contract salary of such person, which shall entitle such active member to all the privileges of the Association except otherwise herein expressly limited, for the fiscal year beginning July 1 prior thereto and expiring June 30.
Associate members shall pay an initial fee of $60.00 per annum. Honorary life members shall not pay any dues.
The dues paid by tile associate member shall entitle such member to all privileges of the Association, except otherwise herein expressly limited, for the fiscal year beginning July I prior thereto and expiring June 30.

SECTION 4. Thereafter each active member shall pay, on or before July 1st of each year, annual membership dues equal to one-half of one percent (1/2 of 1% ) of such active members then effective per annum contract salary .
Associate members shall pay $60.00 per annum. Yearly dues shall be based on current employment contracts approved in the office of tile Texas Education Agency.

SECTION 5. Any member in default of payment of annual dues for sixty (60) days after same are due, shall be regarded as delinquent and shall be given written notice thereof by the secretary, or executive director, of the Association. If such delinquent member fails to pay such dues within thirty (30) days thereafter, he shall cease to be a member and the secretary shall strike from the rolls the name of such delinquent member.

SECTION 6. Any member whose name shall have been stricken from the rolls of the Association for the reason set forth in Section 5 above shall only be entitled to reinstatement as a member upon such terms and conditions as the Board of Directors shall determine and tl1en only by paying tl1e initial fee as hereinabove set forth.

SECTION 7. No member shall be guilty of unethical practices detrimental to the best interests of the Association. The Board of Directors upon its own motion or at the request of any member shall have the duty of determining whether or not any member charged with unethical practices has been guilty of same. When any member is so charged he shall be given written notice thereof by the secretary and shall be entitled to a hearing before the Board at such time, within ninety (90) days from date thereof, as the Board shall designate. At such hearing the Board shall receive such evidence as it shall deem relevant to the charge of unethical practice both in favor of and against such member. If such member shall be found guilty of such charge the Board shall: (a) suspend him from membership in the Association until he shall have furnished evidence satisfactory to the Board that such unethical practices have been discontinued or corrected; or (b) order that his name be stricken from the rolls, in which case, he shall not thereafter be a member of the Association; provided, that he may be reinstated upon such terms and conditions as the Board shall prescribe and upon payment of the initial fee.

SECTION 8. Any member failing to comply with the rules and regulations of the Association shall be duly warned by the Executive committee and if such failure shall continue such member may be automatically dropped, upon resolution of the Executive committee, from the rolls of the Association, and shall be notified to that effect by the secretary or executive director. Thereafter such member may be reinstated upon presentation of evidence satisfactory to the Executive committee of his compliance with such rules and regulations and upon payment of the initial fee.

SECTION 9. If and when any member ceases to be an active teacher of agriculture science and technology such person shall be dropped from the active membership rolls of the Association; but should he so desire, he may become an associate member by paying the prescribed dues for associate membership; provided, however, that this section shall not apply to any member who shall take a leave of absence from the active teaching of agriculture science and technology not in excess of one (I) year, provided, that prior to commencement of such leave of absence such member shall file with the Association a written statement of his interest to resume active teaching of agriculture science and technology and of his desire to be retained as a member of the Association; and provided further, that teachers of agriculture science and technology who, upon retirement are members of the Association may become honorary members subject to approval of the Board of Directors of the Association. Such honorary members shall not be required to pay dues and shall have all the privileges of active members except voting privileges.

ARTICLE III.
MEETINGS OF MEMBERS
SECTION 1. Any and or all meetings of the members may be held within or without the State of Texas.

SECTION 2. An annual meeting of all members, after the year 1951, shall be held at the time and place of, and in conjunction with the statewide summer conference of the teachers of agriculture science and technology; provided that in any year or years that there shall not be held a statewide summer conference then there may be held in lieu of an annual meeting of all members, Bi-Area or Tri-Area meetings. Such Bi- Area or Tri-Area meetings shall be held at such time and place, and the Areas shall be grouped for purposes of such meetings, as the president of the Association, with the advice and consent of the Board of Directors shall designate. At least ten days prior to the date fixed for such Bi-Area or Tri-Area meetings, written notice of the time, place and purposes of such meetings shall be mailed by the secretary or executive director to each member entitled to vote thereat.

SECTION 3. An annual meeting of all members in each Area as hereinafter defined and provided for, shall be held on or prior to the 1st day of September, in each year after 1951; the exact date of such meeting to be fixed by the Area chairman. Directors shall be elected at each such annual meeting to fill all directorships of which the terms of incumbent directors expire during the particular year in which such annual meeting is to be held. The chairman for each such annual Area meeting shall be the incumbent director for such Area whose term does not expire in the year in which such annual meeting is being held. Such chairman shall be the Area chairman for the succeeding year, and the new director or the first new director if there be more than one elected at such annual meeting shall be Area secretary for the succeeding year. The term "succeeding year" shall mean from date of such annual meeting until date set for the next such annual meeting.

SECTION 4. At least ten days prior to the date fixed by the Area chairman for the holding of annual meetings of the members of each Area, written notice of the time, place and purposes of such meeting shall be mailed by the Area secretary to each member entitled to vote thereat.

SECTION 5. Special meetings of members of any Area may be called by the Area chairman and shall be called when requested in writing by a majority of all members in such Area entitled to vote. Notice of such meeting may be given in person or by telephone, telegraph or mail.

SECTION 6. Special meetings of tile full membership of the Association may be called at any time by the president, or by a majority of the Board of Directors. The method by which such meetings may be called is as follows: upon receipt of an order in writing setting forth the date and objects of such proposed special meeting, signed by the president, or by a majority of the Board of Directors, tile secretary or executive director, at least five days prior to tile date set forth in the order, shall prepare, sign and mail a notice setting forth tile time, place, purposes and objects of such meeting to each member. No business other than that mentioned in the notice shall be transacted at such meeting.

SECTION 7. Presence in person or by proxy of members representing a majority of all members entitled to vote thereat shall constitute a quorum at any meeting of the members of the Association.

SECTION 8. No proxy attempt to be exercised at any meeting of members shall be valid unless signed by the member making same and filed with the chairman of such meeting one full day prior to such meeting. In the absence of limitation to the contrary contained in the proxy, it shall extend to all meetings of members, provided that same shall only remain in force one year from its date or until the member making such proxy ceases to be a member with voting rights, whichever is the lesser period of time.

ARTICLE IV.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
SECTION 1. The Board of Director shall be comprised of members entitled to vote, of the Association and shall be tile governing body of tile Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas. Associate and honorary members shall not be directors. The property and business of the corporation shall be managed by the Board of Directors which may exercise all such powers of the corporation and do all such lawful acts and things as are not by Statute or by the Charter or by these By-Laws prohibited. or directed or required to be otherwise done. Each director subject to the provisions of these By-Laws, shall hold office for the term for which he is elected and until his successor is elected and qualified.

SECTION 2. For purposes of electing directors the State of Texas shall be and is hereby divided, geographically into Areas as follows:
AREA I
Armstrong Bailey Briscoe Carson Castro Childress Cochran Collinsworth Cottle Crosby Dallam Deaf Smith Dickens Donley Floyd Gray Hale Hall Hansford Hartley Hemphill Hockley Hutchinson King Lamb Lipscomb Lubbock Moore Motley Ochiltree Oldham Palmer Potter Randall Roberts Sherman Swisher Wheeler

AREA II
Andrews Borden Brewster Coke Crane Crockett Culberson Dawson Ector El Paso Fisher Gaines Garza Glasscock Haskell Howard Hudspeth Irion Jeff Davis Jones Kent Loving Lynn Martin Midland Mitchell Nolan Pecos Presidio Reeves Regan Schleicher Scurry Sterling Stonewall Sutton Terrell Terry Tom Green Upton Ward Winkler Yoakum

AREA III
Austin Brazoria Brazos Burleson Colorado Fayette Fort Bend Galveston Grimes Harris Jackson Montgomery Milam Robertson Waller Washington Wharton

AREA IV
Archer Baylor Brown Callahan Clay Coleman Comanche Eastland Erath Foard Hamilton Hardeman Jack Knox Palo Pinto Runnels Shackelford Stephens Taylor Throckmorton Wichita Wilbarger Young

AREA V
Collin Cooke Dallas Denton Fannin Grayson Hunt Kaufman Montague Parker Rockwall Tarrant Wise

AREA VI
Bowie Camp Cass Delta Franklin Gregg Harrison Hopkins Lamar Marion Morris Panola Rains Red River Rusk Smith Titus Upshur Van Zandt Wood

AREA VII
Bandera Bastrop Bexar Blanco Burnet Caldwell Kendall Kerr Kimble Kinney Lampasas Llano Mason McCulloch Medina Comal Concho Gillespie Gonzales Guadalupe Hays Menard Mills Real San Saba Travis Uvalde Val Verde Williamson Wilson

AREA VIII
Anderson Bell Bosque Coryell Ellis Falls Freestone Henderson Hill Hood Johnson Limestone McLennan Navarro Somervell

AREA IX
Angelina Chambers Cherokee Hardin Houston Jasper Jefferson Leon Liberty Madison Nacogdoches Newton Orange Polk Sabine San Augustine San Jacinto Shelby Trinity Tyler Walker

AREA X
Aransas Atascosa Bee Brooks Calhoun Cameron DeWitt Dimmitt Duval Frio Goliad Hidalgo Jim Hogg Jim Wells Karnes Kennedy Kleberg La Salle Live Oak Maverick McMullen Nueces Refugio San Patricio Starr Victoria Webb Willacy Zapata Zavalla

SECTION 3. Each of such Areas shall be entitled to elect one (I) director for each 28 active members or major fraction thereof within such Area; provided, however, that each Area shall have at least one (I) director. Except as otherwise provided for in these By- Laws the members of each Area entitled to vote, shall determine the method of electing directors in the respective Areas.

SECTION 4. After 1958, directors shall be elected for three (3) year terms, except in those Areas having terms of office of two (2) directors expiring in 1959. In this event, one (I) director elected in 1959 shall serve a three (3) year term and the other shall serve a two (2) year term.

SECTION 5. Directors shall be elected within each Area on or prior to the 1st day of September. A majority of the active members within each Area entitled to vote shall constitute a quorum for the election of directors.

SECTION 6. The Board of Directors shall have power to make and alter any By-Law or By-Laws, including, but not any way of limitation, the fixing and altering of the number of directors, and the number of areas and the geographical composition of each Area; provided, that tile Board shall not make or alter any By-Law or By-Laws fixing tile qualifications, classifications or term of office of any member or members of the then existing Board.

SECTION 7. The Board of Directors shall elect, from its own men1bership, a president, one or more vice presidents, a secretary-treasurer, and such assistant secretary-treasurers as it shall see fit.

SECTION 8. The Board of Directors shall appoint an executive director and such other officers and agents as the Board may deem necessary for transaction of the business of the corporation. Any such officer or agent may be removed by the Board whenever in the judgment of the Board the best interest of the corporation will be served thereby.

SECTION 9. The Executive Committee shall be composed of one director from each Area, elected by the Area, except the president, vice president and secretary-treasurer of the Association. The president, vice president, and secretary-treasurer shall be elected by the Board of Directors, from the Board of Directors. The Executive Committee, to tile extent provided by resolution of the Board shall have, and exercise the authority of the Board, in the management of the business of the Association between the meetings of the Board.

SECTION 10. Directors, as such, shall not receive any compensation for their service, by resolution of the Board a fixed sum or expenses of attendance at each regular or special meeting of the Board may be allowed; provided that this section shall not be construed as precluding any director from serving the corporation in any other capacity and receiving compensation thereof.

SECTION 11. By resolution of the Board of Directors, members of special or standing committees may be allowed like compensation for attending committee meetings.

SECTION 12. The compensation of officers and agents shall be fixed by the Board.

SECTION 13. Any director who does not participate or fulfill his duties as director may be removed by action of a majority of all active members entitled to vote in the Area which elected such director; provided, that a director who shall be absent from two consecutive meetings of the Board shall be presumed to have failed to fulfill his duties and may be removed. Whenever any vacancy shall occur in the Board of Directors caused by death, resignation, retirement, disqualification or removal from office of any director, or otherwise, then a successor director shall be elected to fill the unexpired term in respect to which vacancy occurred by tile members, entitled to vote, of tile Area affected thereby at a special meeting called for such purpose, or at the next succeeding annual Area meeting.

ARTICLE V.
MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
SECTION 1. An annual meeting of the Board of Directors shall be held at the time and place of and in conjunction with the statewide summer conference of teachers of agriculture science and technology; provided that if there shall be no statewide summer conference in any particular year, then the date and place of such annual meeting for such year shall be fixed by resolution of the Board. Regular meetings of the Board may be held without notice at such time and place either within or without the State of Texas shall from time to time be determined by the Board.

SECTION 2. Special meetings of the Board may be called by the president on two (2) days notice to each director either personally or by mail or by telegram or telephone; special meetings shall be called by the president or secretary in like manner and by like notice on the written request of a majority of the Board.

SECTION 3. When a majority of directors are present, in person, there shall be a quorum for ally meeting of the Board of Directors and the act of a majority of the directors present, in person, at any such meeting at which there is a quorum shall be the act of the Board of Directors, except as may be otherwise specifically provided by Statute or the Charter or these By-Laws.

ARTICLE VI
OFFICERS
SECTION 1. The officers of the corporation shall hold office until their successors are chosen and qualify in their place. Any officer elected or appointed by the Board of Directors may be removed at any time by the affirmative vote of a majority of the whole Board of Directors. If the office of any officer becomes vacant for any reason, the vacancy shall be filled by the Board of Directors.

SECTION 2. The president shall be elected by, and from the membership of, the Board of Directors. He shall be chief executive officer of the corporation and shall preside over all meetings of the Board and all meetings of the full membership of the Association. He shall have general and active management of the business of the corporation and shall see that all orders and resolutions of the Board are carried into effect. He shall be ex-office a member of all standing committees and shall have the general powers and duties of supervision and management usually vested in the office of president of a corporation.

SECTION 3. The vice president, or vice presidents, shall be elected by and from the membership of the Board of Directors, and shall, in order of seniority, in the absence or disability of the president, perform the duties and exercise the powers of the president, shall perform such other duties as the Board of Directors shall prescribe.

SECTION 4. The secretary-treasurer shall attend all meetings of the Board and annual and special meetings of the full membership of the Association and record all votes and the minutes of all such meetings and shall perform like duties for the Executive committee, and all other standing committees, when required. He shall give all notices of all meetings of the Board and of annual and special meetings of the full membership of the Association that are required by these By-Laws to be given. He shall keep safely in his custody the seal of the corporation and shall have the authority to affix same to all instruments where its use is required. He shall give all notices required by Statute, By-Laws or resolution which are not by those By-Laws, otherwise provided to be given.

SECTION 5. The secretary-treasurer shall have custody of all corporate funds and securities and shall keep all books belonging to the corporation full and accurate accounts of all receipts and disbursements. He shall deposit all money, securities and other valuable effects in the name of the corporation in such depositories as may be designated by the Board. He shall disburse the funds of the corporation as may be ordered by the Board, taking proper vouchers for such disbursements, and shall render to the president and the Board, at regular meetings of the Board, and whenever requested by them, an account of all his transactions as secretary-treasurer and of the financial condition of the corporation. If required by the Board, he shall give to the corporation, and shall keep in force, a bond in form, amount and with such surety or sureties satisfactory to the Board, for the faithfu1 performance of the duties of his office, and for restoration to the corporation, in case of his death, resignation, retirement or removal from office, of all books, papers, vouchers, money and other property of whatever kind in his possession or under his control belonging to the corporation.

SECTION 6. The assistant secretary-treasurers, in the order of their seniority, shall, in the absence or disability of the secretary-treasurer, perform the duties and exercise the powers of the secretary-treasurer.

SECTION 7. The executive director shall be appointed by the Board of Directors for such term and compensation as may be determined by the Board. He need not be a member of the Association. He shall be the full-time manager of the Association under the direction and supervision of the president and shall conduct and be in charge of the ministerial and administrative duties connected with maintaining the principal office of the corporation; and all actions taken and performed by hint in the performance of shall insure to the benefit of and be binding upon the corporation. He shall assist all elected officers of the Association in the performance of their respective duties, or the exercise of their respective powers, under the supervision of such officers and of the Board of Directors, and the performance or exercise by hint of any such delegated duty or power shall be valid and binding upon the Association at the same extent as though performed or exercised by the elected officer under whose direction and supervision he performed such duty or exercised such power .

SECTION 8. If required by the Board, each officer of the Association, or any of them, shall keep in force, a bond in form, amount and with such surety or sureties satisfactory to the Board of the faithful performance of the duties of his office, and for restoration to the corporation in case of his death, resignation, retirement or removal from office, of all books, papers, vouchers, money and other property of whatever kind in his possession or under his control belonging to the corporation.

ARTICLE VII
COMMITTEES
SECTION 1. The following standing committees shall be appointed by the president:

A. Membership
B. Scholarship
C. Cooperation
D. Personal Interest
E. Legislative
F. Budget
G. Publicity
H. Professional Development
I. Duties of the Executive Director

SECTION 2. Each of such standing committees shall be composed of such number and shall perform such duties as may be determined by the Board.

ARTICLE VIII.
NOTICES
Whenever under provision of the Statutes or of the Charter or of these By-Laws, notice is required to be given to any director or member, a waiver thereof in writing, signed by the person or persons entitled to said notice, whether before or after tile time stated therein shall be deemed equivalent thereto.

ARTICLE IX.
EXECUTION OF INSTRUMENTS
SECTION 1. All checks, drafts and orders for payment of money shall be signed in the name of the corporation and shall be countersigned by such officers or agents as the Board of Directors shall from time to time designate for that purpose.

SECTION 2. When the execution of any contract, conveyance or other instrument has been authorized without specification of the executing officers, the president, or any vice president, and the secretary- treasurer or assistant secretary-treasurer may execute the same in the name and behalf of the corporation and may affix the corporate seal thereto. The Board of Directors shall have power to designate the officers and agents who shall have authority to execute any instrument in behalf of this corporation.

ARTICLE X.
AMENDMENT OF BY-LAWS
SECTION 1. These By-Laws may be amended, altered, changed, added to or repealed by the affirmative vote of a majority of the members entitled to vote at any regular or special meeting of the full membership of the Association if notice of the proposed amendment, alteration, change, addition or repeal be contained in the notice of the meeting, provided that if there be, in any year, or successive years, no statewide summer conference of teachers of agriculture science and technology and consequently no annual meeting of the full membership of the Association these By-Laws may be amended by ballot furnished by mail to all members of the Association entitled to vote; or by the affirmative vote of a majority of the Board of Directors if the amendment, alteration, change, addition or repeal be proposed at a regular or special meeting of the Board and adopted at a subsequent regular meeting; and provided, further, that any By-Laws made by the affirmative vote of a majority of the Board of Directors as provided herein may be amended, altered, changed, added to or repealed by the affirmative vote of a majority of all members, entitled to vote at any regular or special meeting of the full membership of the Association shall be made within thirty (30) days next before the day on which such meeting is to be held, unless consented to in writing, or by a resolution adopted at a meeting duly convened and held by all members entitled to vote at the annual meeting.

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