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 Beiteen Association, USA – Bi-Laws


Our mission is to build a network of members from the community and to improve family life in the USA for many generations to come.

Article 1

Purpose of the Organization
As set fourth in the articles of Incorporation, the Beiteen Association, USA is organized exclusively for charitable, culture, educational, and social purposes. It is a non-profit and non-Political , non-sectarian Organization.

The principle office of the Organization shall belocated within discretion of the BOARD OF


All Families of the Beiteen community and persons related by marriage can be members if:
        B. 18 YEARS & OLDER

The affairs of the organization shall be managed by the Board of Directors. Directors may be residents of the United States.

Number of Directors
The number of Directors of the Board shall be not more than nine people [five Board members]

Executive Committee shall not be more than 5 people [ five Board members]

The President of the Board, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and Ex. Official

Article III

Election and Term of Directors
The first Board of Directors of the Organization shall consist of those persons name in Articles of Incorporation. Such persons shall hold office until the first annual election of Directors. Election of the Board members shall occur at annual meeting of the Board of Directors.

The term of the Directors shall be no more than THREE [3] years. Board Directors can’t nominate them self more than two terms {THREE years each term}. Each full paid member Husband & Wife gets one vote each, Single member have one vote. Members Should wait 30 days before he or she can be elected to the B.O.D.

Seven days must be a member to vote.


Directors must be a resident in the United States, well known to the community, good character, his origin from Beiteen. Director cannot have a felony.

Vacancies shall be filled by majority vote of the remaining members of the Board of Directors for the unexpired term of his/her predecessor in the office and shall serve until his/her successor is elected.

Removal of Directors
A director may be removed by a majority vote of the Board of Directors, at any regular scheduled or special meeting of the Board of Directors.

A Director may resign from the Board at any time by giving notice in writing to the Board.

Such resignation should take effect at the time specified therein.

Article VI

Qurorum of Directors
A majority of the Directors then in the office shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.

Meeting of the board
An annual meeting shall be held once a year at a time and location set by the Directors. The Board shall hold at least four conference calls a year, but may meet more frequently if circumstances require.

A Directors attendance is required unless in cases of emergencies and writing notices to the Board.

Each Directors shall have one vote, all voting at meetings shall be done personally and no proxy shall be allowed.

Each Paid family member shall have one vote {Husband and wife members each shall have on vote}

Article VII

Directors shall not receive any compensation from the Organization for services rendered to the Organization as member of the Board

Each Board member is expected to communicate with Chair/President in advance of all Board meetings stating whether or not she/he is attend the meeting conference call meetings.

Any Board member who is absent three consecutive Board meetings or fail to participate for a full year shall be deemed to have resigned due to none participation., his/her position shall be declared vacant, unless the Board of Directors votes other wise.

The Board of Directors by resolution adopted by a majority of Directors in the office, may designate and appoint one or more committees, each consisting of two or more directors, which committees shall have and exercise the authority of the Board of directors in the governance of the organization. However, no committee shall have the Authority to amend or repeal these bylaws, elect or remove any officer or director, adopt a plan or a merger, or authorize the voluntary dissolution of the Organization.

Article VIII

Powers & Duties
The Chair shall preside at the meetings of the Board of Directors, the Chair shall ensure the supervision and the administration of the business and affairs of the Organization. The Chair shall play a major role in the resource development and in representing the organization within and outside the community.

Vice Chair
In Case of the Absence of the Chair or of his/her inability from any cause to act, the ViceChair shall perform duties of that office. Like the Chair the Vice-Chair shall play a major role in resource and in the development and in the representing the Organization within and outside the community.

The Secretary shall be responsible for keeping accurate record of all meetings of the Board of Directors, see that all notices are dully given with these By Laws or as required by law, maintain the official records of the Organization and in general perform all duties customary to the office of Secretary.

The Treasurers may directly manage funds, financial management, keeping all appropriate fiscal records and insuring that all funds are recorded, spent and monitored consistent with funding requirements, legal requirements and sound financial management.

Article VV

Fiscal Year
The Fiscal Year of the Organization shall be the calendar or other period as may be fixed by the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors are the only ones who authorize to accept on behalf of the Organization any contribution, gifts, bequest, membership fees.

Amendment of the Articles and By-Laws
The Articles of the Organization and the bylaws may be amended, or replaced by the majority vote of the directors then in office, provided that at least fifteen days written notice has been given to each member of the Board of the intention to adopt, amend, or Repeal the Organization Bylaws.