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ASA Constitution and Bylaws

CONSTITUTION

CONSTITUTION INDEX:

ARTICLE I:NAME

ARTICLE II:OBJECTIVES

ARTICLE III:PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY

ARTICLE IV:MEMBERSHIP

ARTICLE V:BOARD OF DIRECTORS

ARTICLE VI:OFFICERS

ARTICLE VII:BUDGET

ARTICLE VIII:MEETINGS

ARTICLE IX:AFFILIATE ORGANIZATIONS

ARTICLE X:AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION


ARTICLE I: NAME

Sec 1: This organization shall be known as the Arizona Society of Astrologers

Sec 2: Headquarters shall be located in Maricopa County, Arizona.

ARTICLE II: OBJECTIVES

Arizona Society of Astrologers shall be constituted:

To promote astrology through teaching, lecturing, research and practice in a professional and ethical manner. Further, to advance freedom of expression for astrology; to develop and promote a professional status for astrology and astrologers; to assist members in pursuing their professional goals in astrology; by maintaining an organization wherein members and non members alike can pursue their interests in astrology in a cooperative, friendly and stimulating environment, all within the guidelines of The Articles of Incorporation for the Society.

ARTICLE III: PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY

The latest edition of "Roberts’ Rules of Order" shall be observed when not in conflict with this Constitution and its Bylaws.

ARTICLE IV: MEMBERSHIP

Sec 1: Arizona Society of Astrologers (hereafter called the Society) or, the ASA, shall be made up of a general membership.

Sec 2: Eligibility for membership requires compliance with the provisions of this Constitution and its Bylaws.

Sec 3: Application for membership shall be accompanied by a signed Code of Ethics along with the application fee per the schedule in Appendix A of the Bylaws. Once approved, the applicable prorated membership fee shall be due and payable. All membership renewals shall be due January 1 of each calendar year.

Sec 4: Each general member shall be entitled to one (1) vote in all matters coming before the general membership. Affiliate members shall not be eligible to vote.

Sec 5: The Society reserves the right to terminate membership.

Sec 6: Membership is not transferable or assignable.

ARTICLE V: BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Sec 1: The Board of Directors (hereafter called the Board) shall consist of all elected and appointed officers of the Society.

Sec 2: The Board shall be composed of members in good standing.

Sec 3: The Board positions are non-remunerative. This does not limit the Society from appointing remunerated officers to perform specific functions, but disallows remuneration for Board duties. Remunerated positions shall not be eligible to vote in the Society’s affairs.

ARTICLE VI: OFFICERS

Sec 1: The elected officers shall be: President, Vice President / Ombudsman, Executive Secretary, Treasurer, and Program Director. The Board shall consist of the elected officers, together with appointed officers approved by the elected officers. The board shall consist of not less than six (6), nor more than fifteen (15), elected and appointed officers.

Sec 2: Officers Duties shall be delineated in the Bylaws.

ARTICLE VII: BUDGET

A budget shall be prepared for each fiscal year for approval by the general membership at the Annual Meeting.

ARTICLE VIII: MEETINGS

A monthly general membership meeting shall be held.

ARTICLE IX: AFFILIATE ORGANIZATIONS

An ethical astrological organization may be granted affiliate membership in the Society subject to review by the Board, adherence to this Constitution and Bylaws, and payment of the affiliate membership fee.

ARTICLE X: AMENDMENTS TO THIS CONSTITUTION

The Board of Directors shall have the authority to propose amendments to the Society’s Constitution. The un-amended Constitution shall be in full force and effect until presented to the entire Membership for ratification.

Refer to the Articles of Incorporation for the ratification process: Article XI: The Constitution and By-Laws of the corporation may be adopted by the general membership at any regular meeting, or at any special meeting in which the membership has been notified in writing (this includes email), two (2) weeks in advance, that the Constitution and By-Laws will be discussed and acted upon.


BYLAWS

BYLAWS INDEX:

ARTICLE I: PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY

ARTICLE II: MEMBERSHIP

ARTICLE III: RIGHTS OF GENERAL MEMBERSHIP

ARTICLE IV: BOARD OF DIRECTORS

ARTICLE V: ELECTED OFFICERS

ARTICLE VI: DUTIES OF THE ELECTED OFFICERS

ARTICLE VII: ELECTION OF OFFICERS

ARTICLE VIII: APPOINTED OFFICERS

ARTICLE IX: DUTIES OF THE APPOINTED OFFICERS

ARTICLE X: BUDGET

ARTICLE XI: MEETINGS OF THE GENERAL MEMBERSHIP

ARTICLE XII: MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

ARTICLE XIII: ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

ARTICLE XIV: RECORDS

ARTICLE XV: FISCAL YEAR

ARTICLE XVI: AMENDMENT OF BYLAWS

ARTICLE XVII: EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS

APPENDIX A: FEES AND MONETARY LIMITS FOR THE ARIZONA SOCIETY OF ASTROLOGERS

ARTICLE I: PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY

Sec 1: The latest edition of Roberts’ Rules of Order shall govern proceedings of The Arizona Society of Astrologers (hereafter called the Society) unless in conflict with the Articles of Incorporation, the current Constitution and Bylaws or any special rules the Society may adopt.

Sec 2: A quorum of the general membership shall consist of not less than one fifth of the general members in good standing.

Sec 3: A quorum of the Board of Directors shall consist of one half of the combined elected and appointed officers and their signed proxies.

ARTICLE II: MEMBERSHIP

Sec 1: Application for membership shall be accompanied by a signed Code of Ethics, and fees as specified in Appendix A of the Bylaws. Memberships shall remain in good standing with continued adherence to the Constitution, Bylaws, and Code of Ethics, and with payment of the annual membership fee, or with purchase or attainment through tenure of Lifetime Membership status. When a member fails to pay dues within 60 days after such are due and payable, the membership lapses. Voting rights are suspended during the grace period and admission is as non-member. Joint membership shall be available to persons residing at the same address for the fees specified in Appendix A. Affiliate Membership in the Society may be granted to an ethical astrological organization, subject to: Review by the Board of Directors, Compliance with the Society’s Constitution and Bylaws, Payment of the Affiliate Membership fees as specified in Appendix A.

Sec 2: In lieu of the annual general membership fee, a lifetime membership shall be available to each general member for the fee specified in Appendix A.

Sec 3: After 15 consecutive years of membership renewals, the member will automatically be given a lifetime membership at no additional cost. Lifetime members shall continue to pay the same monthly meeting fees as do annual renewing members.

Sec 4: The Society reserves the right to terminate a membership upon the vote of a two-thirds majority of a quorum of the Board of Directors (hereafter called the Board.) The procedure is as follows When the Board determines that a hearing is warranted, it shall schedule such a hearing. The hearing meeting(s) shall be open to the general membership. Any member or Board member subject to such a hearing shall attend the hearing meeting(s) or resign his or her membership. Roberts’ Rules of Order (latest edition) shall be followed for such a proceeding.

Sec 5: If a membership is terminated, the membership fee shall not be refunded. Such an individual shall not be permitted to attend further meetings of the Society without Board review.

ARTICLE III: RIGHTS OF GENERAL MEMBERSHIP

The following shall be considered the rights of all members in good standing:

Sec 1: Each general membership meeting shall be open to members in good standing at the rate as specified in Appendix A.

Sec 2: Board of Directors’ meeting shall be open to the general membership. The President shall be notified in advance if a member wishes to participate in a Board of Directors’ meeting.

Sec 3: Each workshop shall be open to members in good standing at the rate as specified in Appendix A.

Sec 4: All members in good standing shall receive the Society’s e-mail newsletter at no cost for as long as e-mail service remains to be free of charge. Members without home computers may receive a mailed newsletter for the fee in Appendix A.

ARTICLE IV: BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Sec 1: The function of the Board of Directors shall be to provide guidance and direction of the Society for the beneficial and harmonious pursuit of its goals. The Board shall be responsible for taking suitable actions to achieve the Society’s goals, and to serve the members, recruiting help from within the Society’s membership as appropriate.

Sec 2: The composition of the Board of Directors is defined in the Constitution, Article VI, Officers.

Sec 3: A quorum of the Board of Directors is defined under Article I of the Bylaws, Parliamentary Authority.

Sec 4: Bylaws governing the Board of Directors’ meetings are defined in Article XII, Meetings of the Board of Directors.

Sec 5: The Board of Directors may hold a hearing to remove any of its members from office, or to terminate their membership in the Society, for just cause, including but not limited to: Neglect of duties to the Society; Violation of the Code of Ethics; Conviction of a felony. Disciplinary action shall be determined by the vote of a two thirds’ majority of the part of the Board not involved in the complaints.

Sec 6: Should a member feel that any officer is not properly fulfilling the office to which elected or appointed, the member shall present a written and signed complaint to a Board member, who shall ensure the matter is placed on the agenda of the next regular or special Board meeting.

Sec 7: The Board of Directors shall have authority to propose amendments to the Constitution and Bylaws of the Society.

Sec 8: Board members will not be charged for attending regular monthly meetings or workshops, unless otherwise determined by the Board.

Sec 9: All Board members are to attend all meetings and workshops unless excused for a pertinent reason.

ARTICLE V: ELECTED OFFICERS

Sec 1: Elected Officers shall be President, Vice President/Ombudsman, Secretary, Treasurer, and Program Director. Only members in good standing who have attended a minimum of six (6) meetings during the current fiscal year will be eligible to run for office. Terms of elected office positions shall be 2 years.

Sec 2: Should an elected officer be unable to fulfill the office to which he or she was elected, for any reason, the Board of Directors shall appoint a successor to complete the unexpired term of office, subject to ratification of the general membership.

ARTICLE VI: DUTIES OF THE ELECTED OFFICERS

Sec 1: It shall be the President’s duty to:

    Propose all appointed officers, which shall be approved by the Board of Directors.
    Prepare an agenda and preside at all Board meetings of the Society.
    Preside over a brief meeting at each regular monthly membership meeting.
    Preside over the Annual Meeting of the Society, each September.

Sec 2: It shall be the Vice-President / Ombudsman’s duty to:

    Be the active administrative officer of the Society, subject to the actions of the Board of Directors. Assume full responsibility for the President’s duties in the event of the absence, resignation or disability of the President.
    Act as Ombudsman in situations requiring improved communication or resolution of conflict between the Board and the membership. During such proceedings, the office of Vice President falls away. The Ombudsman has no vote on the matter under discussion.

Sec 3: It shall be the Executive Secretary’s duty to:

    Record and keep the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors.
    Minutes shall be available to the Board and the general membership.
    Carry on any correspondence assigned to this office.
    Notify members of the Board of the date, time and place of Board meetings and/or special meetings.
    Assume duties of a Web Master, when there isn’t an appointed Web Master. Keep the Articles of Incorporation, all Amendments, along with the current updated Constitution and updated Bylaws posted on the Web Site for all Members of the Society.

Sec 4: It shall be the Treasurer’s duty to:

    a. Collect and deposit all dues, registration fees, guest fees, and / or gifts to the account of the Society, promptly recording all transactions.
    b. Process all disbursements, including signing checks for the disbursement of the Society’s funds, subject to the annual Budget.
    c. Keep strict account, in writing, of all monies received and disbursed, retain written vouchers of all payments made, and present a monthly report of the current financial status, including income and disbursements, suitably itemized, at the monthly Board meeting.
    d. Monitor running expenditures against the approved budget on a monthly basis, and report the status at the monthly Board meetings.
    e. Coordinate membership receipts with the Membership Director.
    f. Make a written report at the Annual General Meeting of the Society showing the exact financial condition of the Society.
    g. Keep the books of the treasurer open for inspection by the membership. The books shall be audited by the Treasurer on a monthly basis. At the end of the fiscal year accounting period, a professional audit may be called for, prior to the financial report being presented at the Annual General Meeting.
    h. File the Annual Electronic Report, including the names of the Board of Directors, with the Arizona Corporation Commission.
    i. File the Annual E-Postcard with IRS and Tax Returns should that become required.
    j. Deposit the Society’s funds in such bank as the Board approves. Establish separate Cash setups for handling the Admission Desk and for handling the Book and Calendar Promo.
    k. All signers on the banking accounts must make application for and become bonded or Insured by name (not by office). The premiums shall be paid out of the Society’s funds.
    l. Coordinate with the Scottsdale Liaison in arranging for the regular meeting room and all workshop meeting rooms, paying the required fees from the Society’s funds. In an excused absence, the Treasurer shall appoint one of the other signers on the Banking Accounts, which may be the President or Secretary, to act as Treasurer.

Sec 5: It shall be the Program Director’s duty to:

    a. Arrange a slate of speakers approved by the Board, several months ahead of each meeting. Negotiate fees, taking into consideration the Annual Budget and guidelines agreed to by the Board. Secure an appropriate donated raffle gift from the Speaker. See that all appropriate accommodations are confirmed for the speaker, including transportation if needed.
    b. Coordinate the size of the meeting room with the Liaison and Treasurer, and see that all materials (sound system, projector, etc.) needed by the speaker are available.
    c. Coordinate with the Publicity, Newsletter and Web Site Directors by supplying names, dates, places, and topics for each meeting and workshop, with as much lead-time as possible.
    d. Follow up to express the Society’s appreciation to each guest speakers.

ARTICLE VII: ELECTION OF OFFICERS

Sec 1: A Nominating Committee Director shall be appointed by the Board at the April Board meeting during election years. This position shall be a non-voting position and is created for the sole purpose of formulating a ballot of nominees and overseeing the Election process.

Sec 2: The Nominating Committee Director shall propose a list of up to three (3) members not on the ballot for approval by a majority of the Board of Directors, to act as the Nominating Committee.

Sec 3: Duties are to: secure nominees, formulate a ballot, provide copy of Ballot to Newsletter Editor to be sent out with the August newsletter, collect returned ballots, count and tally the votes for contested positions to determine the winners. Ballots shall be prepared in the following manner: Names of the nominees for contested positions shall be drawn at random to establish a sequence for listing nominees for each office on the ballot. Uncontested candidates, where applicable, shall be listed for the appropriate office.

Sec 4: The Nominating Committee shall endeavor to secure nominations such that at least one third of the position incumbents run for the same office again in the upcoming election. This guideline is intended to preserve the continuity of the Board’s operating knowledge from year to year.

Sec 5: The Nominating Committee Director shall ask for nominations from the floor at the May general meeting. With the nominations from the floor and those names supplied by the Nominating Committee, a list of candidates for the elected positions shall be compiled. Written nominations may be submitted to the Nominating Director or the Board up to the Board meeting following the May meeting. To submit a nomination at the Board meeting, a member must be placed on the agenda by contacting the President. To be placed on the ballot the nominee must accept the nomination.

Sec 6: The Nominating Committee shall provide the final list of candidates at the July Board meeting. The July issue of the Society’s newsletter shall contain a list of all nominees and the positions for which they are running along with their bios. All nominees will be introduced at the regular Friday night July meeting.

Sec 7: Ballots shall be counted by the Nominating Committee. The counting process shall be open to members in good standing, and the time and place of vote-counting shall be announced in the August newsletter. The individual receiving the highest number of votes for each office shall be declared elected. A tie vote shall be broken by a majority vote of the total outgoing Board or their proxy.

Sec 8: The presiding President shall be notified of the election results by the Nominating Committee immediately after the votes are tallied The President shall notify all nominees of the election results. The results of the election shall be announced at the August general meeting and published in the September issue of the Society’s newsletter.

Sec. 9: Installation of Officers shall take place at the September Annual Meeting.

Sec 10: The Secretary shall be responsible for retaining the ballots. Ballots are to be kept for one (1) year.

ARTICLE VIII: APPOINTED OFFICERS

Sec 1: All appointed officers of the Society shall be members in good standing, appointed by the President and confirmed by a majority vote of the elected officers. In the case of a tie vote, the President shall have the tie breaking vote. Appointed Officers shall not exceed ten (10).

Sec 2: Appointed Officers may include, but are not limited to Book and Calendar Promotions Director, Education Director, Historian, Hospitality Director, Librarian, Member At Large, Membership Director, Newsletter Editor, Parliamentarian, Publicity Director, Recording Director, Scribe (s), Scottsdale Liaison, Sunshine, Web Master.

The Nominating Committee Director shall be treated as a separate position from Board positions.

Scribe (s), Hospitality, Recording, Book and Calendar Promotion Directors may be treated as volunteer positions at the discretion of the President and current board members. Any of the Appointed Positions may be assigned to Elected Officers.

Sec 3: Each appointed Officer (except the Nominating Committee Director) shall hold the appointed position for a term of one (1) year and may be reappointed. At the end of an officer’s appointed term, all records and property belonging to the Society shall be delivered to the succeeding Director.

Sec 4: Should an officer be unable to fulfill the position to which he or she was appointed, for any reason, the President shall appoint a successor to complete the unexpired term of the position, subject to confirmation by a majority vote of the Board.

ARTICLE IX: DUTIES OF THE APPOINTED OFFICERS

Sec 1: It shall be the Parliamentarian’s duty to:

    a. Be familiar with the latest edition of "Robert’s Rules of Order," the Constitution and Bylaws of the Arizona Society of Astrologers, and be available for advice to the President and all members of the Board and members in good standing.
    b. Notify the President of actions required by the Board a month before they are due, such as Nominating Committee selection, budget preparation, etc.
    c. The Parliamentarian may not vote on any issue coming before the Board.

Sec 2: It shall be the Hospitality Director’s duty to:

Arrange for refreshments at all general meetings and workshops.

Sec 3: It shall be the Publicity Director’s duty to:

Write and mail news releases to appropriate sources of publicity, such as: selected radio stations, newspapers, throwaway newspapers, book stores, and/or the American Federation of Astrologers. The Publicity Director shall take other actions deemed in the best interest of the Society to publicize the meetings and speakers.

Sec 4: It shall be the Newsletter Editor’s duty to:

    a. Obtain material for the newsletter, write, edit, and mail the newsletter.
    b. Maintain an email list and a mailing list, to be composed of the names and addresses of members in good standing, paying subscribers, past speakers and others to whom complimentary newsletters are mailed, and guests from recent meetings. This mailing list is to be confidential to the Society except for those who have indicated that their names and addresses may be released to other metaphysical organizations approved by the Board.

Sec 5: It shall be the Member-At-Large’s duty to:

    a. Greet the members and guests at each meeting.
    b. Serve as an avenue of communication between members and the Board of Directors.
    c. Encourage members to submit ideas to the Board for activities for the Society that would appeal to a large section of the members, maintaining a written list of such ideas for the Board’s reference as required.

Sec 6: It shall be the Membership Director’s duty to:

    a. Maintain a current list of members in good standing, name, address, email address, phone number. Retaining all applications with dates when each member joined the Society. Coordinate the updated list with the Newsletter Editor. Confidentiality of the list shall be strictly preserved except for those members who have explicitly given permission for the release of their names to metaphysical organizations approved by the Board.
    b. Issue membership cards, signed by the President or Vice President.
    c. Send out appropriate reminder notice for annual renewals in December each year for the following year.
    d. Direct new applicants to the Society’s Web Site to read the Constitution and Bylaws prior to becoming new members. To maintain a file of the signed Code of Ethics forms for all members in good standing, along with the date they joined or last rejoined, in order to calculate their achievement of Lifetime status.

ARTICLE X: BUDGET

Sec 1: The Treasurer shall prepare a proposed annual budget based on the last year’s proceeds for each fiscal year, for the review and approval of the Board, and the final draft shall be presented to the membership for approval by a majority vote of those present at the Annual general meeting. The one-fifth quorum requirement may be lowered to one-eighth of the membership for this vote if required.

Sec 2: A reserve account shall be maintained with sufficient funds for one year of obligations. Any required expenditures, exceeding the approved budget amount by more than ten (10) percent shall be submitted to the membership for approval in the same manner as in Sec. 1.

ARTICLE XI: MEETINGS OF THE GENERAL MEMBERSHIP

Sec 1: A general meeting shall be held once each month. The December meeting may be called a party, in keeping with the festive spirit of the Winter Solstice. Special meetings may be called at the discretion of the Board.

Sec 2: The vote at all regular or special meetings shall be as follows: Each member in good standing shall be entitled to one vote. A quorum is defined under Article 1, Parliamentary Authority.

Sec 3: The Society reserves the right to evict intoxicated and or disorderly attendees from meetings.

Sec 4: The Constitution and Bylaws of the Arizona Society of Astrologers may be adopted or amended by the general membership at any regular meeting, or at any Special Meeting in which the membership has been notified in writing, which includes email, at least two weeks in advance, that the Constitution and Bylaws will be discussed and enacted upon. (See Articles of Incorporation).

ARTICLE XII: MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Sec 1: The Board of Directors shall meet at least once each month, by electronic means or in person.

Sec 2: Special meetings may be held at the discretion of the President or of a majority of the Board. At such meetings no business shall be transacted except that for which the special meeting was called.

Sec 3: Bylaws governing Board meeting quorum requirements are listed in Article 1. The vote at all regular or special Board meetings shall be as follows: Each Board member present in good standing shall be entitled to one vote. Board members serving as proxy for absentee Board members shall be entitled to cast the vote of the absentee Board member. Tie votes on the Board shall be broken by the vote of the President.

Sec 4: All Board members shall be present at each meeting of the Board of Directors. If a Board member is unable to attend a meeting, it is that member’s responsibility to contact the President, or any Board member the President may designate to take such calls. The reason for not attending shall become part of the Secretaries’ minutes for that month. A Board member who is not able to attend a meeting shall notify the President or designated officer as to the status of his or her position for presentation at the meeting. In the event that a Board member has been absent from three (3) Board meetings, the Board shall review the reasons for the absences, the contributions of the member, and the condition of the position(s) held by said member. The Board of Directors shall have the authority to take whatever action is deemed appropriate by a majority.

Sec 5: At the regular monthly Board meeting prior to the first general membership meeting of the fiscal year, the annual reports of the officers and any standing committees shall be read and submitted for approval by a majority vote of the Board. A synopsis of these approved reports shall be delivered at the Annual General Meeting.

ARTICLE XIII: ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Sec 1: There shall be an Annual General Meeting in September of each year to report on the previous fiscal year. The Annual General Meeting may be held at the same time as the regularly scheduled monthly general meeting, the order of business being presentation of a synopsis of the officers’ reports followed by the regular business of the meeting.

Sec 2: The minutes of the Annual General Meeting shall not be held for action until the next Annual General Meeting, but shall be acted on by the Board starting with the next Board meeting.

ARTICLE XIV: RECORDS

Sec 1: All official records, documents, etc., of the Arizona Society of Astrologers, over two (2) years old shall be given to the Executive Secretary at the end of the fiscal year.

Sec 2: The Secretary shall sort out obsolete material and recommend to the Board destruction of those records that are no longer relevant.

Sec 3: Financial records shall be kept for the statutory seven-(7) year period.

ARTICLE XV: FISCAL YEAR

The fiscal year of The Arizona Society of Astrologers, shall begin on Sept 1, and end on August 31, of the following year.

ARTICLE XVI: AMENDMENT OF BYLAWS

The Board of Directors shall have the authority to propose amendments to the Society’s Bylaws by giving notification. The un-amended Bylaws shall be in full force and effect until presented to the Membership for ratification. See Articles of Incorporation for the ratification process.

ARTICLE XVII: EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS

Last Revised and accepted by the Membership on May 21, 2010. Updated editing and corrections sent to members on April 20, 2010 in order to comply with The Articles of Incorporation, Amendments, Banking procedures and the IRS E filing requirement.

APPENDIX A: FEES AND MONETARY LIMITS FOR THE ARIZONA SOCIETY OF ASTROLOGERS

Sec 1: The annual single membership fee shall be $36.00.

Sec 2: The annual joint membership fee shall be $36.00 for the first person residing at a specific address, and $18.00 for subsequent individuals residing at the same address.

Sec 3: The application fee to join or rejoin the organization shall be $3.00. The charge for a hard copy of the Constitution and Bylaws shall be $10.00 Plus $4.95 for mailing.

Sec 4: For members without home computers, the annual fee for a newsletter subscription by mail shall be $20.00.

Sec 5: The annual fee for an affiliate member organization shall be $36.00.

Sec 6: A new member may elect to pay, at anytime during the first year of membership, a Lifetime
membership fee of $360.00. Privileges are the same as those for regular members in good standing and
those Lifetime members having paid 15 years of consecutive renewals.

Sec 7: Attendance at the Society’s monthly general meetings shall be $10.00 for members in good standing and $15.00 for non-members, unless the Board decides differently for a specific meeting.

Sec 8: Attendance at the Society’s monthly workshops shall be $15.00 for members in good standing and $20.00 for non members, unless the Board decides differently for a specific workshop.

Sec 9: Strict accounting shall be kept of all cash on hand. Cash setup for the admission desk for meetings and workshops, shall be $40 in five dollar bills for the admission desk set up, and $19 in one dollar bills for the book and calendar promo desk.


For the record, the current address of the Organization is:

Arizona Society of Astrologers
P.O. Box 2153
Scottsdale, AZ 85252


The Arizona Society of Astrologers (ASA), the oldest and one of the largest statewide astrology organizations, was founded on September 7, 1973 to promote astrology through teaching, lecturing, research and practice in a professional and ethical manner.  The ASA has proudly hosted well-known and inspiring teachers and lecturers from around the world at regular monthly meetings.

ASA was incorporated on September 20, 1974 at 4:30 PM in Scottsdale, AZ.

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