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Example 1: The Nominations Committee shall be composed of five (5) voting members. Terms of office for Committee members shall begin on July 1 of the first fiscal year after election and end on June 30 of the second fiscal year. Terms of office of three (3) committee members shall begin in even numbered years. Terms of office of two (2) committee members shall begin in odd numbered years.
Example 2: The Nominating Committee shall consist of the immediate past president, three (3) ongoing members of the Governing Council to be appointed by the Council, and three (3) non-Council members to be elected at the annual meeting. To assure continuity on the committee, the elected members shall each serve two (2) year terms, with one (1) member elected in odd numbered years and two elected in even years.
Example 3: A Nominating Committee of five (5) members shall be elected at each Annual Meeting, to serve for the following calendar year. If possible, one (1) or more of the current members of the Nominating Committee shall be nominated for a second year. No member of the Nominating Committee shall serve for more than two (2) consecutive full years.
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