Annual Membership Meeting and Election of Officers Sunday, Novevember 22, 2020 at Noon
Did you ever wonder how the officers of NHBZ are elected?
Do you want to have a say in the future direction of NHBZ?
Do you want to express your opinions to the Board of Directors?
You are invited to attend the Annual Membership Meeting and Election of Officers on Sunday, November 22, at 12:00 Noon. This year we will also feature the Olive Tree Raffle Drawing.
Each November, we hold a Membership meeting to give a ‘state of the shul’ report and elect officers and members of the Board of Directors. This is an opportunity for you to interact directly with the Rabbis, President and other officers and Board members about the business of the shul. If you would like to give your opinion, makes suggestions or just listen, this is your chance.
Here is how the election works. We have a nominating committee that consists of all past presidents. That committee deliberates throughout the year, and comes up with a proposed slate of officers that is presented to the Board in October. At the November Membership meeting, the slate is officially nominated, and other nominations are accepted from the floor. You can even nominate yourself. Members in good standing may nominate others and may have the privilege of voting. Nominees must be members in good standing for at least one year at time of nomination. The Officers and new Board members take office on January 1.
We have eight officers and fifteen Board members. Officers serve for one year, and can be re-elected. Board members serve for three years, with one third of the Board up for election each year. Sometimes we have a vacancy mid-term, and must nominate somebody to fill the remaining time of a term. Here is the slate of nominees for this year’s election (indicated in red or asterisk), along with continuing Board members.
NHBZ Officers – Term ends 12/31/2021
NHBZ Board of Directors
Term Ends 12/31/2021
Term Ends 12/31/2022
*Nancy Belau Rush
Term Ends 12/31/2023