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Section 5

Emeritus Life Members

After age 65 and prior to age 75, any life member may request transfer to the status of emeritus life member, subject to the approval of the Executive Committee. At age 75 a life member shall transfer to the status of emeritus life member.

Emeritus life members shall be welcome at all meetings of the members of the Corporation; shall receive all notices, minutes, and reports of such meetings; and shall be free to participate in all transactions thereof but shall be without vote at meetings of the members of the Corporation.


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