ARTICLE;E VII Section 2. E. Treasurer 1. Be responsible for collecting and recording the receipts for dues. 2. Be responsible for recording any other monies collected by the organization. 3. Be responsible for paying all bills provided for in the budget or confirmed by the President. 4. Be required to follow the accepted system of bookkeeping as approved by the Board of Directors. 5. Be responsible for rendering a financial report at the ANNUAL(December) MEETING. 6. Serve on the Budget Committee (but not the chairman). 7. Present his/her books for Annual Audit by February 1. 8. Issue membership cards. 9. Present at each Board meeting a written financial report with a copy for each member. 10. Provide the Newsletter and Membership Chairman with a current mailing membership list. 11. A Bond for the Treasurer shall be provided by the Board of Directors. F. Trustee 1. The nineteen chapters maintaining the highest paid-up dual membership shall be entitled to elect one chapter trustee per chapter to represent them on the Board. Upon submission of the paid-up dual membership of each chapter, the executive director (of ORTA) shall determine the top nineteen chapters. In the event of a tie for the 19th position, the tie shall be broken by a toss of a coin. Trustees may be elected for a two-year term or the remainder of an unexpired term and may succeed themselves once. 2. Duties of a chapter Trustee (See ORTA Handbook). a. Responsibilities to ORTA Board. b. Responsibilities to local chapter. ARTICLE VIII BOARD OF DIRECTORS Section 1. MEMBERSHIP The Board of Directors shall include the officers, chairmen of committees,and the immediate PAST President. and the ORTA Trustee. Section 2. DUTIES: A. Carry on the business of the Association. B. Have the general power to administer its affairs between general business meeting and report the actions to the members. C. Be subject to the orders of the Association. D. Review a budget for the year, prepared by the Finance and Budget Committee, to be voted on at the February Board of Directors meeting. E. Assist in organizing and establishing the policies of the Association. F. Advise and assist the officers and committee chairmen. G. Transact business for the Association between general meetings. H. recommend, when feasible, establishment of additional standing and special committees.