Tellico Village Vintage Vehicles

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Section 1: The official name of the Club is Tellico Village Vintage Vehicles, Loudon Tennessee.

Section 2: The emblem of the Club is to be agreed by the BOD and presented to the membership for approval.

Section 3: The official website of the Club is


Section 1: To promote interest in various forms of antique, vintage and special interest vehicles activity, hereafter referred to as “Vintage Vehicles”.

Section 2: To create good fellowship and sportsmanship among all members of the Club.

Section 3: To uphold the principles of good government.

Section 4: To conduct Club functions and activities in a manner befitting members of the vintage vehicle sport, and to encourage a better understanding of vintage vehicles as a constructive sport among members of the public, press, and law enforcement agencies.

Section 5: To promote safety in driving, automobile maintenance, and overall vehicle operations.

Section 6: To foster and participate in charities and scholarship activities that will benefit Loudon and Monroe County residents.


Section 1: Membership is open to persons having interest in antique, vintage or special interest vehicles. To qualify for membership one must be a resident and/or property owner of Tellico Village or a non-resident who has been extended an invitation to join. Membership is defined as a household paying one annual dues amount without regard to the number of persons in household. Each member in good standing is defined as one whose dues are current.


Section 1: Dues for active members of the Club are to be established by the BOD and presented to the membership for approval and are payable to the Club Treasure. For purposes of dues, the Club year is January 1 through December 31.

Section 2: Yearly dues paid are considered as one membership regardless of the number of persons in the household or the number of vehicles owned.


Section 1: The elected officers of the Club include; President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. In addition, one or more members of the Club may be appointed to serve as Directors-at-Large. One of these appointees shall be the Webmaster. The elected officers, appointed Directors and the immediate Past President shall constitute the Board of Directors.

Section 2: A Majority of the Board of Directors constitutes a quorum at any meeting of the Board of Directors.


Section 1: All nominees for any office must be active

members in good standing.

Section 2: All elected and/or appointed officers and Board of Directors members must remain active members in good standing for the duration of their term of office.

Section 3: All officers and directors are elected at the last meeting prior to the beginning of the new term January 1 to December 31 and will assume office at the first regular meeting of the new term, to hold office for 12 months or until their successors are duly elected and qualified.

Section 4: Nominations must be made from the floor during a regular meeting.

Section 5: Elections of officers will be decided by a majority vote of all members voting.


Section 1: The President will preside over all meetings of the Club; serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors; act as ex-officio member of all committees; issue the call for regular and special Board of Director meetings; schedule regular elections and be sure they are held in accordance with this Constitution; and carry out the directives of the Board of Directors.

Section 2: The Vice President will perform all duties of the President in his absence. The Vice President will also perform all duties assigned as required at the direction of the President.

Section 3: The Secretary will record and maintain the minutes of the meetings of the Club; maintain membership records; give notice of all regular and special meetings of the membership and the Board of Directors, based on directives from the President; and supervises all records of the Club.

Section 4: The Treasurer will collect dues; collect all other income due the Club; maintain the Club accounting books; make payment from the Club funds when so ordered by the Board of Directors; countersign all Club checks (President’s signature also required); and make regular reports of the Club’s financial status to the Board of Directors.

Section 5: The Board of Directors constitutes the Executive Board of the Club. Responsible for the execution, through its officers, of the authorized policies: by majority vote, fills vacancies in any office or the Board of Directors; and submits to the Club during regular meetings any recommendations affecting the policies of the Club which have been previously approved.


Section 1: A majority of the active members present and in good standing constitutes a quorum.

Section 2: Regular membership meetings will be held once a month, or as called for by the board of Directors, at a time and place set forth by the Board of Directors.

Section 3: Meetings of the Board of Directors will be held every month, or as called for by the Board of Directors at a time and place set forth by the Board of Directors.

Section 4: Special membership meetings and special Board of Directors meetings can be called by the President.

Section 5: Roberts Rules of Order will be applied during meetings to effect parliamentary procedure, unless otherwise amended and provided for in the by-laws.

Section 6: The order of business for all meetings of the Club and the Board of Directors is as follows;

  • Call to order
  • Introduction, members and visitors
  • Secretary’s report, approval of previous meeting’s minutes as posted on the website
  • Treasurer’s report
  • Old and continuing business
  • New business
  • Announcement
  • General discussion
  • Adjournment

Special meeting programs, such as speakers, presentations, etc. shall be included in the order of business as deemed appropriate by the President.


Section 1: Delegations will be appointed by the

President, but are subject to the approval of the Board of Directors, to represent the Club at any convention, meeting, or assembly that may be deemed necessary. Any/all delegations are authorized to exercise only those powers specifically vested in them by the Board of Directors.


Section 1: The Club constitution and by-laws can be amended at any regular meeting or special meeting of the membership in attendance to which there is a quorum of all members in good standing, provided the Board of Directors has previously approved the merits of the proposed amendments. In the event that such a quorum is not present at a meeting when such a vote is requested, the membership shall be canvassed by appropriate means in order to achieve a quorum. After Board of Director approval, written notice must be furnished to each member at least one week before the proposed amendment is voted on.

Section 2: Approval and accepted amendments take effect immediately.