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Community Advisory Board

An informal board made up of community volunteers who work collaboratively with the center staff to discuss new ideas and identify community needs and delivery gaps. Advisory Board Executive Roles include:

Chairperson:The Chairperson shall preside at all meetings of the Highlands Family Success Center Community Advisory Board.  He/She will have the powers and duties incident to his/her office.  The Chairperson has the right to vote.  In cases that a tie must be broken, he or she shall vote last.  The Chairperson shall sit on the Advisory Board to serve as a liaison between the community and the center staff. The chairperson will be elected for a period of 1 (one) year.


Vice-Chairperson:The Vice-Chairperson shall take the place of the Chairperson in his/her absence, at which time he/she shall have the powers to perform the duties of the Chairperson.  If the Chairperson resigns or leaves the office for any reason the Vice-Chairperson shall assume the role of Chairperson for the remaining time. The Vice-Chairperson will be elected for a period of 1 (one) year.


Secretary:A Secretary shall take the role call.  The Secretary shall take the minutes of all regular and special meetings of the Advisory Council and shall be responsible for forwarding them to the Center Director and the Chairperson.  The Secretary shall handle all correspondence and records and perform such duties as may be incident to his/her office. The Secretary will be elected for a period of 1 (one) year.


 HFSC By-Laws

 

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