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DOK TRIENNIAL 2012
Junior Daughters are baptized girls from 7 to 21, who accept the Rule of Prayer and the Rule of Service for as long as they remain members.
The Junior Daughters of the King shall be under the general direction of the National Council. A member of the National Council shall be appointed chair for Junior Daughters.
The Directress of the Chapter shall be a Senior Daughter.
A Junior Chapter of at least three eligible girls may be organized in any parish in which a Daughters’ chapter is eligible to be formed with the approval of the clergy and a senior Daughter serving as Directress. [“adult Daughter” was changed to “senior Daughter”]
The National Office shall be notified by her chapter president, or by the Diocesan Assembly President, if deceased is a Daughter-at-large. ["immediately” was deleted]
A Daughter who is not in good standing may be reinstated at a Service of Rededication following a period of renewal and study with the approval of her clergy and upon payment of dues for the current year and a nominal reinstatement fee, set by National Council.
A Daughter-at-Large may be reinstated in a similar manner with the approval of the Diocesan Assembly Chaplain.
Article III. Section 6. F. Lifetime members
F. A Daughter becomes a lifetime member by making a one-time contribution that frees her for the rest of her life from the obligation to pay national, provincial and diocesan dues.
The amount of this contribution shall be linked to the annual dues set by the Triennial Convention of the Order.
This contribution shall become part of the Endowment II Lifetime and the income generated by this fund will offset her annual dues.
Article III, Section 6, Dues H. Chapter Relief Status
Upon reaching the age of 85, a daughter may apply through her chapter or diocesan assembly president for relief of the obligation to pay dues. Upon approval of her application she would be relieved from paying national, provincial and diocesan dues for the remainder of her life.
Article VI, Section 1A, Elected Officers 5.
No elected member of the National Council shall be eligible to be elected President until she has served at least one elected term on the National Council or two full terms as Province President.
Article VI, Section 1. A, Elected Officers 7.
All National Council members shall serve no more than, three full terms. A term is defined as greater than 24 months.
Article VII, Section I, D. Nominations 3.
Each Diocesan Assembly may nominate one member of the Order for election to the National Council, having obtained her consent. The name and qualifications of the member nominated must be submitted on the National Council Nominee Form to the National Office by January 15 of the Triennial year.
Article VIII. Section 2.
The President may appoint a past National Council president or a past national vice president to serve as advisor to the Executive Board with seat and voice but no vote.
Changes made from the floor are indicated in red.
Triennial 2012 CDs can be ordered with the above Order Form
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