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Tulsa Audubon Society
ARTICLE I NAME
This organization shall be known as the Tulsa Audubon Society, Inc.
ARTICLE II PURPOSE
Section 1. The purposes and objectives of this society shall be to engage
exclusively in any such educational, scientific, investigative, literary,
historical, philanthropic and charitable pursuits as are set forth in the
purposes and objectives of the National Audubon Society, Inc., of which this
Society shall function as a Chapter, and said purposes and objectives shall
conform to the provisions of Section 501©(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Section 2. This Society is not organized for pecuniary gain or profit, nor shall
it be so operated, and it does not contemplate the distribution of gains,
profits, or dividends to the members thereof, or to any private shareholder or
individual. The property, assets, profits or net income of this society are
irrevocably dedicated to charitable purposes and no part of the property,
assets, profits, or net income of this Society shall ever inure to the benefit
of any director, officer, or member thereof or the benefit of any private
shareholder or individual. Upon dissolution, or upon abandonment, the assets of
this Society remaining after payment of or provision for all debts and
liabilities of this Society, shall be donated to National Audubon Society, Inc.
or its successor, or if unwilling or unable to accept said donation, to such
corporation or corporations, association or associations, fund or funds or
foundation or foundations having similar objects and purposes of this society,
as the National Audubon Society, Inc. may designate, subject to the order of a
court as provided by law; provided that none of such assets shall be donated to
any organization other than one organized and operated exclusively for
charitable purposes as presently set forth in Section 501©(3) of the Internal
Revenue Code of 1954 or corresponding provisions of any subsequent Federal Tax
ARTICLE III AMENDMENT
This Constitution may be revised or amended at any business meeting by a
two-thirds majority of the members voting. Constitutional revisions can be
proposed by the Board of Directors or by petition of ten percent of the
membership. The membership must be notified of the proposed changes at least
thirty days prior to the vote on the proposals.
Revised March, 1974 Revised January, 1987