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  • Prospects/noms to be known as "Spawnlings" - Passed 2012
  • Partners, Offspring or saving the life of a member permits automatic membership - Passed 2012
    • Voluntary revoked by instigating member or prospective member - Amended 2016
  • Handshake - Fish wiggle - Passed 2012
  • Camp donation fee $5 - Passed 2012 - Under revision 2015
  • Each time Brother Fronk is with a woman, he must formally notify his fellow TS members - Passed 2013 - Repealed 2014
  • "Hangabouts" to be known as "Roe" - Passed 2013
  • All members offspring are Spawnlings until of age and can make own decisions - Passed 2013
  • Roe get added to TS Facebook group after they attend a camp - Passed 2014
    • People becoming roe should perhaps attend a "TS event (Birthday Times / Board-game Day(that might not be a TS event and simply TS event appropriation) / Other)" not just camp Amended 2017
  • Roe are removed if they have not contributed enough or attended in a significant non-determined amount of time - Passed 2014
  • The TS Facebook group represents TS affiliations and not necessarily members - Mentioned 2012 - Passed 2014
  • Camp Invitation Guidelines - "If they're the kind of person you want to spend the weekend with, they're probably cool. If you have to explain to them that they shouldn't be fuckwits, then you shouldn't be inviting that person"- Bill - Passed 2014 Know as the "Bring a Cunt, you're the Cunt" Rule
  • James time - an activity, such as drinking Blood of the Trout at camp, to honour members no longer with us - Passed 2015
  • Review existing By-Laws at each AGM - Passed 2017
  • Camps to preferentially fall on weekends that daylight savings changes - Passed 2017
  • TS funds to buy new member Initiation Robe when Initiated. - Passed 2017
  • Discount between members named a Fishcount - Passed 2017

Extraordinary General Meeting Act of 2018

A member may call an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) when an issue arises that is too important or time sensitive to wait for the next AGM to be covered. All members must be made aware of the issues and have the opportunity to participate in the outcomes of an EGM be it by attendance or proxy. Outcomes to be decided by members in relative response to the issue at hand. By-Laws and Membership decisions may be made at an EGM where stated in in the EGM notification given to all members. Issues that arise in an EGM that all members were not informed of before the meeting, can not be resolved and may necessitate further EGM's.


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