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To review the Southwest Province bank account for accuracy and discrepancies; to ensure all chapters' dues and statements are provided for and accurate; at least one brother from each chapter should participate in this committee.
Formulate an awards guideline as deemed appropriate by the committee; evaluate all chapter reports due; responsible for providing all awards paperwork and deadlines to all chapters in Southwest Province (chapters must be given adequate time and notification of reports due).
All GCD's in attendance of the meeting to review GCD responsibilities, as well as discussing issues within each chapter and ways to resolve them
To establish the ordinances of the Southwest Province; to ensure that local ordinances do not contradict the Kappa Psi Constitution; to look for grammar, misspellings, and updates to the local ordinances; to recommend approval of any changes to the bylaws; at least one brother from each chapter should participate in this committee.
Discuss and decide on new philanthropic ideas for Southwest Province and its chapters to focus on; Recommend a project to be voted on during committee reports, including purpose of project and clear explanations of how to achieve the project; Discuss the option of a SW Province philanthropy event at the next meeting; Share with chapters the successes of philanthropy projects and impacts on the community; at least one brother from each chapter should participate in this committee.
Province Assembly Planning Committee
To determine the time and place for the next Southwest Province meeting by reviewing black-out dates as well as scheduling conflicts with each chapter; Discuss improvements to be made in the next meeting, and strengths to uphold in future meetings; at least one brother from each chapter should participate in this committee.
To create resolutions to thank and recognize brothers who were crucial to the success of the meeting (Ex: "Whereas…, let it be resolved that…" Then end with, "The committee recommends adoption, and I so move."); at least one brother from each chapter should participate in this committee.
Review risk management policy with committee and determine if any updates need to be made; ensure all chapters are abiding by risk management guidelines; share with committee how your chapter is teaching the risk management guidelines to brothers, and what each chapter is doing to minimize risk; at least one brother from each chapter should participate in this committee.