The Policy, Rules and Regulations of the Las Vegas Region Porsche Club of America (LVRPCA) are determined by the Board of Directors of the LVRPCA
as determined by the Directors in office at the time. These Policies are nevertheless governed by the
Bylaws of the LVRPCA and are also regulated by the National
Bylaws and Guidelines.
Board of Directors The Las Vegas Region Executive Board of Directors meets on the first Wednesday of each month
at a time and place announced on the calendar. All PCA Members in good standing
are invited to attend. Member participation and contributions are always welcome. All Directors are volunteers.
Many other volunteers also work hard to make our club a great experience for everyone. In addition to attending meetings,
we encourage Members to participate in surveys and discussions on the forum, and to
also volunteer to help organize and run events throughout the year.
Elections Board Members are responsible for observing club elections, the By-Laws, and club parliamentary procedures in general.
General Membership Meetings are held on the first Saturday of each month with the location changing from month to month,
so check the calendar for the time and location. These meetings allow all PCA Members to participate in the club.
Officers also use the forum to clarify issues that come up with the running of the club.
The By-Laws call for the election of the President and Secretary to be on even numbered years and
the election of the Vice President and Treasurer to be on odd numbered years to provide for continuity.
If club elections ever deviate from the odd/even rotation so that the President and Vice President
end up being elected at the same time, it is the duty of the Directors to conform with the bylaws as soon as possible.
Should an Officer ever resign or be removed from the Board before the end of their term or otherwise cannot continue their duties throughout
the end of their term, the President in compliance with the By-Laws, appoints someone to serve out the remainder of the uncompleted term.