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The association shall have the following components:
    1) General Assembly
    2) Board of Trustees
    3) Board of Directors
    4) Auditing Committee

General Assembly: The General Assembly shall consist of all members in good standing.

Board of Trustees: The Board of Trustees shall consist of all founding members. Board of Trustees shall have the following officers:
    a. Chairman
    b. Vice Chairman
    c. Executive Secretary
    d. Executive Treasurer

The Board of Trustees shall be responsible for the periodic amendment and reexamination of these bylaws. The Board of Trustees shall formulate a general financial policy, and shall have final authority for any purchase, sale, gifts, and allocation of money. The Board of Trustees shall also be responsible for approving persons nominated to be new members of this Association. The Board of Trustees may remove those members not in good standing and or who do not abide to the purpose and basic policies of the Association.

Board of Directors: The Board of Directors shall be elected by the General Assembly for a period of two (2) years. The Board of Directors shall consist of the following officers:
    a. President (the President shall have the general power and duties of a management usually vested in the office of the President of an Pennsylvania Non-Profit Association)
    b. Vice President (during the absence or disability of the President, the Vice President shall have all the powers and functions of the President)
    c. Secretary (the Secretary shall keep the minutes of the Board of Directors and shall have custody of the seal of the Association)
    d. Treasurer (the Treasurer shall have the care and custody of all the funds, when authorized by the Board of Directors, sign and execute all contracts in the name of the Association

Any General Member in good standing shall be eligible to be nominated to the Board of Directors.

Auditing Committee: The Auditing Committee shall consists of the Treasurer of the Board of Directors, the Treasurer of the Board of Trustees, and one other member of the General Assembly. Their responsibility will be to audit financial and report this to the General Assembly.