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Old 07-29-2005, 06:55 AM   #1
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ROAR just yesterday posted that they revised the bylaws last October.
However they are now just letting us know. I'll list it below. It's
copied from the ROAR news section.

I find it amusing how this just happens to turn up. Especially after
they find out that Lisa has an interest in the VP spot. Did any of you
members know about this change up until now? How do you feel about it.
You must let your leaders know.

ROAR By-Laws Revised:

At the October 2004 Executive meeting the ROAR By-Laws were changed to
add the following requirements to the eligibility for both the
positions of President and Vice President. This should be noted when
submitting nominations for Vice President this year:

The President and Vice President must have been a member in good
standing for a year prior to election. Each must have had at least one
year experience in one of the following prior to being nominated for
office: Region Director, Class Committee Member, Executive Committee
Member.
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LOL.......
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You can't have new blood, they may want to change to much.
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While I don't agree with waiting 10 months to notify us of the change, I don't think the change is unreasonable. Many organizations around the world have requirements similar to this for the highest posts.

Congress, the Senate, and the President all have requirements that must be met in order to run for office. Our modeler's club has requirements prior to running for a board position.
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im not sure but when i read david lee's article in rev-up it sounded like it was aimed toward certain people."two of the events have been conducted without a hitch, while one of the events had numerous issues"
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Can't we all just *sniff* get along.
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Did ROAR state why they are releasing this information now?
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I have to agree this is a BS RULE put in place by the people that are doing nothing in there positions. This stinks of queller and our wonderful untrust worthy president Mr my fingres are crossed wilson. Typical roar changes the rules as they see fit. I have an idea lets put this to t vote of the membership and se how it turns out. It is time foar a change in roar leadership so they vot this crap. Is there a procedure to remove an elected roar offical?
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Some one needs to find out where roar has there 501c paperwork filed. I think that what the committe has done is not legal under the 501c charter.
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Thats a great idea !

Most of these changes in the rules are being made with out even thinking they could be against the rules Roar is suppose to be govern with....

Look at last issue with the Master`s & Junior`s .

Roar ex-con tried to say it was being done by the rules...
Of course this was not true !

They just made up a new rule, In a effort to cover up the real mistake the ex-con had made in its mismanagement of the race....
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I think that a phone call to the IRS will bring about some changes and some answers.
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I am thinking that with a 501c corportation that the officer positions have to be open to the majority vote.
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Tell us more. Here are the ROR bylaws for everyone to read.

ROAR BYLAWS_________________________________________ ________PAGE 1 of 9
REVISED________________________________________OCT OBER 9, 2004
ROAR BYLAWS
ARTICLE I
NAME and PURPOSE
A. The name of this Corporation will be Remotely Operated Auto Racers, (hereinafter
ROAR). These Bylaws will govern the regulation and management of its affairs.
B. ROAR will have the purposes and powers that are stated in its Articles of
Incorporation, as granted by the Nonprofit Mutual Benefit Corporation Law of the State
of California, and such powers as are now resolved and adopted by these Bylaws.
C. The purpose of ROAR is to promote and regulate the sport of radio controlled
scale model car racing, and further the general interests of all persons engaged in the
sport.
ARTICLE II
OFFICES
A. The location of the registered office of ROAR is as stated in the Articles of
Incorporation. The Executive Committee may elect to change the address of its
registered office by duly adopted resolution.
B. The principal place of business of ROAR will be a location selected by the
Executive Committee. This location will be known as the ROAR Administrative Office.
ARTICLE III
MEMBERSHIP
A. The members of ROAR are those individuals having membership rights in
accordance with these Bylaws. Membership is not assignable or transferable.
B. ROAR will have the following classes of members: Individual and Family
Membership, Track and Club Membership and Industry-Affiliate Membership. ROAR
may, at its option, offer single event Individual Memberships for selected events. These
temporary memberships will afford no rights of membership, other than insurance
coverage for that single event.
C. Membership dues payable to ROAR will be in such amounts as determined by
the Executive Committee, and must be paid in full with the application for membership.
D. The term of membership is one (1) year. The term of Individual,Family, or Affiliate
Membership will begin on the date that the annual dues are paid, and will terminate a
year later. Members renewing within 30 days after their due date will retain their original
base date. Track and Club members must renew for each calendar year.

ROAR BYLAWS_________________________________________ ________PAGE 2 of 9
REVISED________________________________________OCT OBER 9, 2004
E. Each Individual and Family Member, will be entitled to vote on any matter
submitted to a vote of the members. For purposes of determining the outcome of any
vote, a majority decision of the voting members will decide the issue.
F. Rules of probation, suspension or termination of any membership are as follows:
1. The Executive Committee will have the power to investigate and place
on probation, suspend, or terminate a member of ROAR for any of the following
reasons:
(a) Falsifying a signature on a ROAR application.
(b) Conduct detrimental to the sport and/or ROAR.
(c) Dishonesty in the handling of ROAR funds.
(d) Participating in a race advertised as a ROAR event,
where cash prizes are given.
(e) Using another individuals ROAR credentials.
(f) Failure to answer a summons to an investigation under this article.
2. Length of probation or suspension, or a decision to terminate, will be
determined by the Executive Committee after what is determined by the Executive
Committee to be a full investigation. Such investigation will include a full and fair
opportunity by the affected member to be heard. A request for a chance to be heard will
be in the form of a written communication to the President of ROAR within 15 days of
notification of the pending action.
G. Procedures for appeal of probation, suspension or termination of membership:
1. Any appeal of probation, suspension, or termination of membership must
be submitted within 15 days of notification of a verdict from the Executive Committee. It
will be in the form of a written communication sent to the ROAR President containing
the reasons the member believes the sanction should be changed. If the Executive
Committee agrees to hear the appeal, the Executive Committee will issue a final
decision to the member within 30 days of receipt of an appeal.
2. The Executive Committee reserves the right not to hear any appeal
presented to it, in which case the initial verdict will stand.
H. A member may resign his membership upon notification to the ROAR
Administrator and surrender of his membership card.
I. Each individual making application for membership will agree to abide by the
rules and regulation, By-laws, and policies of ROAR.

ROAR BYLAWS_________________________________________ ________PAGE 3 of 9
REVISED________________________________________OCT OBER 9, 2004
ARTICLE IV
COMMUNICATIONS
A. ROAR will have a responsibility to maintain communications with its members,
and to provide them with current rules and specifications for competition and products.
B. The official publication of ROAR will be the Rev-Up Newsletter It will be
published as directed by the Executive Committee.
C. ROAR may maintain an information website on the Internet.
D. ROAR rules are the standard for model car racing in the United States and
Canada. As such, they must be kept current. Changes to the rules, and product
approvals will be published in Rev-Up Magazine, a ROAR Newsletter, and/or
announced on the website. The Executive Committee will review the rules annually to
determine if there have been sufficient changes to warrant publishing a new rule book.
E. Guidelines for the conduct of ROAR National Championships will be published
annually. These Guidelines will be available to any club or track that is interested in
bidding on a ROAR Nationals, or wants to conduct races using Nationals Guidelines.
ARTICLE V
OFFICERS
A. The statutory officers of ROAR are the President and the Secretary/Treasurer. In
addition, ROAR will have the office of Vice President elected as indicated below.
B. The offices of President and Vice-President, will be elected every two (2) years.
The election of President will take place in even years. The election of Vice-President
will take place in odd numbered years. The President and Vice President must have
been a member in good standing for a year prior to election. Each must have had at
least one year experience in one of the following prior to being nominated for office:
Region Director, Class Committee Member, Executive Committee Member. The
elections will be held in the fall, the term of office will begin January First. The office of
Secretary/Treasurer will be held by an individual approved by the Executive Committee.
1. The President is the Chairman of the Executive Committee and will
supervise and control the affairs of ROAR, subject to the controls of the Bylaws, policies
of this Corporation, and decisions of the Executive Committee. The President will be
responsible for Class Committees and will report to the Executive Committee on all
Class Committee proposals. The President will perform all duties incident to such office
and such other duties as will be provided in these Bylaws or as prescribed in the
policies of ROAR.
2. The Vice President will perform all duties and exercise all powers of the
President when the President is absent or otherwise unable to act. The Vice President
will perform such other duties as directed by the Executive Committee or the President.

ROAR BYLAWS_________________________________________ ________PAGE 4 of 9
REVISED________________________________________OCT OBER 9, 2004
3. The Secretary/Treasurer will oversee the official records and will perform
and/or oversee in general all duties incident to the Office of Secretary/Treasurer and
such other duties as will be required by these Bylaws, or which will be assigned by the
Executive Committee or the President.
C. In the case of a vacancy in the office of President, the Vice President will assume
the office, and remain in the office until the next scheduled election. In the case of a
vacancy in the office of Vice President or Secretary/Treasurer, the President will appoint
a successor, subject to the approval of the Executive Committee.
D. Removal of the President, Vice President, or Secretary/Treasurer requires a
majority vote of the Executive Committee, with the officer in question having no vote.
Grounds for removal shall be as stated in Article III, F, 1b, 1c, and 1f. The affected
officer will have the right to be heard by the Committee prior to its voting on his removal.
There are no rights of appeal to the decision of the Executive Committee in this matter.
ARTICLE VI
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
A. The Executive Committee is that group of members vested with the control and
management of the business and affairs of ROAR. Eligibility requirements for Executive
Committee members: The applicant or nominee must be 25 years or older at the time of
taking office; they must be a current ROAR member, and have been a ROAR member
in good standing, for a minimum of one year prior to time of nomination or proposed
appointment.
B. The Executive Committee of ROAR will consist of the following two (2) elected
and six (6) appointed members:
1. President (elected position).
2. Vice President (elected position).
3. Secretary/Treasurer.
4. Competition Director.
5. Promotions Director.
6. Technical Director.
7. Track Director.
8. ROAR Administrator (non-voting)
C. Individual members of the Executive Committee will, to the extent possible, fulfill
one or more of the following category requirements:
1. At-Large Representative from the membership.
2. Region Director Representative.
3. Track Owner/Club President Representative.
4. Industry Representative (this includes any individual involved in the
design, production, re-packaging, distributing, importing, and manufacturing, of R/C
cars, car components, speed controls, batteries, and battery chargers)

ROAR BYLAWS_________________________________________ ________PAGE 5 of 9
REVISED________________________________________OCT OBER 9, 2004
D. The following restrictions will apply to membership on the Executive Committee.
These restrictions include the President and Vice President.
1. No more than four (4) Industry Representatives.
2. No more than two (2) Region Director Representatives.
3. No more than two (2) Track Owner Representatives.
4. At least one (1) At-Large Representative.
E. Duties of Executive Committee members, except the Officers covered in Article
V, are as described below:
1. The Competition Director will oversee standards of competition and will
perform and oversee in general all duties incident to that office and such other duties as
will be required by these Bylaws, or which will be assigned by the Executive Committee
or the President, including, but not limited to, the preparation of written standards for all
levels of sanctioned competition.
2. The Promotions Director will oversee the promotional activities of the
corporation and will perform and oversee in general all duties incident to that office and
such other duties as will be required by these Bylaws, or which will be assigned by the
Executive Committee or the President, including, but not limited to, the development of
policies for membership, communications, and public relations.
3. The Technical Director will oversee technical standards and will perform
and oversee in general all duties incident to that office and such other duties as will be
required by these Bylaws, or which will be assigned by the Executive Committee or the
President, including, but not limited to, the preparation of written technical standards for
product approval, consistent technical standards for the rules, and technical standards
consistent with available equipment and industry norms. The Technical Director will
report to the Executive Committee on all Product Approval applications.
4. The Track Director will oversee the standards for track design and safety
and will perform and oversee in general all duties incident to that office and such other
duties as will be required by these bylaws, or which will be assigned by the Executive
Committee or the President, including, but not limited to, developing standards for track
design, advising on safety standards, and providing assistance to clubs and tracks.
5. It is the responsibility of the Directors to work with the President,
Committee Chairpersons, the Region Directors, and the Executive Committee in all
matters so that a consistent theme and position is maintained.
F. Vacancies on the Executive Committee will be filled by the President, with the
concurrence of the Executive Committee.
G. There will be at least one (1) face to face meeting of the Executive Committee
each year during the first quarter, at a location determined by the President and
approved by the Executive Committee. Basic expenses involving attendance at this
meeting will be covered by ROAR. This meeting will be the annual meeting of the
corporation. As such, it will be open to the membership.

ROAR BYLAWS_________________________________________ ________PAGE 6 of 9
REVISED________________________________________OCT OBER 9, 2004
H. Ten (10) days prior to the annual meeting, the President will send the proposed
agenda to each Executive Committee member for review and comment.
I. A special meeting of the Executive Committee may be called at any time by the
President or any three (3) members of the Executive Committee. The purpose of the
meeting must be clearly defined and a proposed agenda must be circulated five (5)
days prior to the meeting. These meetings may be face to face or by telephone
conference as determined by the President.
J. All decisions of the Executive Committee will be by a majority vote, unless
otherwise specified in these Bylaws. A quorum will be five (5) members. Each
member of the Executive Committee will have a vote on all issues to be decided,
except the ROAR Administrator who is a non-voting member.
K. Removal of an Executive Committee member is described in Article V, D.
L. Executive Committee Vote of Confidence:
1. A vote of confidence will be held annually, in the last week in November,
by the Executive Committee.
2. The vote of confidence will be conducted by the President on a written
ballot. Any Executive Committee member except the elected officers, who are covered
by Article V, D, who does not receive a majority vote of confidence will be removed from
the Executive Committee and the position vacated until a replacement is selected.
3. A vote of confidence may also be called for, at any time, by the President
or a majority of the Executive Committee members whenever, in their judgment, the
best interests of the corporation and sport will be served.
4. There is no right of appeal to the Executive Committee decision in this
matter.
ARTICLE VII
REGION DIRECTORS
A. For purpose of administration, the forty eight (48) contiguous states, Hawaii,
Alaska, and Canada are divided geographically into regions, as determined by the
Executive Committee. There will be a Regional Director for each of these regions. The
Region Directors are responsible for coordinating and overseeing activities in their
region. Region Directors may appoint such assistants as needed.
B. The election of Region Directors will take place at the same time as the election
of the President and Vice President. Directors for even numbered regions will be
elected in even numbered years. Directors for odd numbered regions will be elected in
odd numbered years. The term of office will be two (2) years. Write in votes are
considered nominations subject to the approval of the Executive Committee.

ROAR BYLAWS_________________________________________ ________PAGE 7 of 9
REVISED________________________________________OCT OBER 9, 2004
C. Removal of a Region Director requires a two-thirds vote of the Executive
Committee. Grounds for removal are as stated in Article III, F, 1b, 1c, and 1f. Affected
Director will have the right to be heard by the Committee prior to its voting on his
removal. There are no rights of appeal to the decision of the Executive Committee.
ARTICLE VIII
SPECIFIC Duty DIRECTORS
A. If necessary, there will be Specific Duty Directors, nominated by the President
and confirmed by the Executive Committee.
B. The duties of the Specific Duty Directors will be as outlined below:
1. The International Federation of Model Car Racing (IFMAR) fuel and
electric Section Director(s). This/these Director(s) should be members of the Executive
Committee. The IFMAR Section Director will be responsible for the coordination and
reporting of all IFMAR matters, and will serve as the point of contact between ROAR
and IFMAR. All matters that require a response or vote by ROAR, to include the
selection of World Championships sites in ROAR's area, will be referred to the
Executive Committee for action. The IFMAR Section Director may appoint such
assistants and committees as needed. The IFMAR Section Director will also be
responsible for recommending the methods used to select drivers to represent ROAR at
World Championship events. The Director(s) must attend the Annual General meetings
held during the IFMAR World Championships as the ROAR representative, or ensure
that a qualified replacement is provided, with Executive Committee approval.
2. The Canadian National Director will oversee the activities of ROAR Canada
and will be responsible for keeping the President and the Executive Committee
informed on the status of ROAR Canada. This Director will have the authority to
appoint Region Directors as needed, to schedule the Canadian National
Championships, to approve Canadian Regional Championships, to establish lines of
communication as needed, and to coordinate Canadian input to Rev-Up. Commencing
in 1999, and every odd year thereafter, this will be an elected position. Only Canadian
members will be eligible to vote for this position.
C. Any Specific Duty Director covered under this article, except the Canadian
National Director, may be removed by Executive Committee decision when it is deemed
in the best interest of the sport and/or ROAR.
D. Removal of the Canadian National Director is described in Article V, D.
ARTICLE IX
COMMITTEES
A. ROAR will have standing committees which will have and exercise the powers
granted to them by the Executive Committee. These committees will be concerned with
rules for specific classes, national level competition, competition on specific types of
tracks, and approval of products used in ROAR competition.

ROAR BYLAWS_________________________________________ ________PAGE 8 of 9
REVISED________________________________________OCT OBER 9, 2004
B. The Chairpersons of these committees will be appointed by the President and
confirmed by the Executive Committee. The President will serve as co-chairman of all
committees.
C. The Chairperson of each committee will determine the composition of their
committee.
D. Duties of the committees will be as outlined by the Executive Committee.
E. Committee Chairperson(s) or committee members may be removed by the
Executive Committee when it is deemed in the best interest of the sport and/or ROAR.
ARTICLE X
OPERATIONS
A. For accounting, operational purposes, and tax reporting requirements, the fiscal
year of ROAR will be on a calendar year basis.
B. The following individuals will be authorized to sign checks and other instruments
of indebtedness or obligation on behalf of ROAR: The President, Vice President, or
Secretary/Treasurer., or other individual authorized by the Executive Committee.
C. The financial and operational records of ROAR will be retained at such offices as
directed by the Executive Committee.
D. ROAR is a nonprofit mutual benefit corporation, as such, it will not have nor issue
shares of stock. No dividend will be paid and no part of the income will be distributed to
its members or officers. ROAR may pay reasonable compensation to its members or
officers for expenses incurred on behalf of ROAR.
E. ROAR is a nonpartisan corporation. None of its assets will be used to influence
any legislation, support any candidate for election, or intervene in any cause or measure
being submitted to the general public for a vote.
F. The Executive Committee may operate such compensated offices and/or outside
contractors as is considered necessary in the operation of corporate business. The
purpose of these offices/contractors will be to assist the Executive Committee and the
individual officers in carrying out their day to day duties.
G. The level of compensation for the above offices/contractors will be determined by
the Executive Committee, and will include provisions for reimbursement of expenses on
behalf of ROAR.

ROAR BYLAWS_________________________________________ ________PAGE 9 of 9
REVISED________________________________________OCT OBER 9, 2004
ARTICLE XI
GENERAL PROVISIONS
A. Unless otherwise stated in these Bylaws, any vacancy occurring in a position
covered by these Bylaws will be filled by a ROAR member nominated by the President
and approved by the Executive Committee.
B. Resignation from any position covered by these Bylaws will be effective upon
acceptance by the President.
C. Each individual occupying a position covered by these Bylaws will agree to abide
by the Bylaws and/or policies of ROAR.
D. The position and power of any office covered by these Bylaws is not transferable.
ARTICLE XII
ADOPTION and REVISION
A. The power to adopt or revise these Bylaws is vested in the Executive Committee.
B. These Bylaws will be officially adopted and in force when approved by a majority
of the Executive Committee.
C. These Bylaws will be reviewed and revised as necessary every two (2) years
beginning in 1998.
D. Revisions must be approved by a majority vote of the Executive Committee.
CERTIFICATE OF SECRETARY
I, the undersigned, certify that I am the presently authorized secretary of Remotely
Operated Auto Racers, a California Nonprofit Mutual Benefit corporation.
The revised bylaws adopted October 5, 2002 are withdrawn and the above bylaws,
consisting of 9 pages, are adopted as the new bylaws of this corporation by a vote of
the directors held on October 9, 2004 and certified by me in the City of Ontario, State of
California.
Dated: October 9, 2004
RANDY HOLST, Secretary - Treasurer
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I am thinking that with a 501c corportation that the officer positions have to be open to the majority vote.
ARTICLE V
OFFICERS
A. The statutory officers of ROAR are the President and the Secretary/Treasurer. In
addition, ROAR will have the office of Vice President elected as indicated below.

Those are the only officers of ROAR acording to the Bylaws and only the secretary/treasurer is not elected in by the majority. The Executive committee are not concidered OFFICERS OF ROAR, as stated below, they are MEMBERS vested with control and management of the business and affairs of ROAR.

ARTICLE VI
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
A. The Executive Committee is that group of members vested with the control and management of the business and affairs of ROAR.
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Tol what point are you trying to make? not a flame a question, seriuosly. I'm not sure I undersand what you trying to convey to us.
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