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Deadline nears for ACCG Board nominees

Nominations for election to the ACCG Board of Directors will close on February 15.

February 04, 2006

The bylaws of the ACCG outline rules by which the charter Board of Directors (appointed by the founder of the guild) will become an elected board. The specific section states:

"Transition rules. Three of the directors, to be determined by lottery, whose terms began on the date of incorporation of this guild, will serve until the Biennial Board Meeting in the summer of 2006. The other four Directors whose terms began on the date of incorporation of this guild will serve until the Biennial Board Meeting in the summer of 2008."

On November 15, 2005, Jorg Lueke and Larry Gaye were appointed to a special membership committee for the purpose of overseeing the 2006 election. Both Lueke and Gaye are leaders of ACCG Affiliate Member Organizations. The lottery to determine which seats on the present board would expire at this time was held publicly at a Twin Cities Ancient Coin Club meeting in Minneapolis. As a result of that lottery, the expiring seats are those presently held by Bill Puetz, Peter K. Tompa and David Vagi.

All members in good standing as of February 15, 2006 are eligible for nomination in the general election which will close on April 15. Any member may nominate themselves or others, up to five persons each, for election. Nominations or questions should be sent by e-mail to director@accg.us or to the guild Secretary, Wayne G. Sayles at P.O. Box 911, Gainesville, MO 65655.

Ballots for the election will be mailed to all members of good standing no later than March 15, 2005 and the election will close on April 15, 2005. Newly elected board members will be installed at the ACCG Biennial Meeting in Denver, Colorado on Aug 19, 2006.

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