From time to time, the Fellowship Forum Governing Board sets
policies for which no change in By-Laws is required. These are recorded here.
FELLOWSHIP FORUM DRESS CODE
March 17, 2009
The Governing Board of the Fellowship Forum defines the winter and a summer
member dress code and dress code schedule, as follows:
- The appropriate member
dress for Fellowship Forum meetings during the winter dress period shall
be defined as coat with necktie, cravat, turtleneck or mock turtleneck sweater,
or open collar shirt.
- Winter dress shall be the designated dress for both Ladies’ Day
- The winter dress period shall be the period starting on the first Tuesday
in November and concluding on the last Tuesday in April.
- The summer dress period shall start on the first Tuesday in May and conclude
on the last Tuesday in October; however, in periods of unseasonably warm
weather, the President may start the summer dress period earlier than the
first Tuesday in May.
- During the summer dress period, summer casual shirts and trousers (from
waist to ankle) may be worn with or without a coat.
I want to thank the Forum members who took part in the discussions. I hope
you feel your input was given proper consideration.
For the Board of Governors
Job Descriptions Repository
For each officer and committee chairman in the Fellowship Forum,
there is a job description. It is intended as a statement of how the
job has been done, not a requirement that it be done that way. Each incumbent
may update it if and as he feels necessary based on his experience in the job.
This will insure that incoming oficers and chairmen have a resource to learn
their responsibilities quickly. It also serves as institutional memory for
Here are the offices and committees. The entry is a link (underlined,
bold) upon which you can click to read the description.
If you are an officer or committee chairman and want to change
your posted job description, you can provide Skip Ross with a word processor
file, preferably in Rich Text Format, and he will upload it.
We welcome your questions, comments or
suggestions. Please feel free to contact
Note: If clicking the above link does not open a contact
window, please click