BAY PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION BYLAWS
Article I - NAME AND LOCATION
Section 1. The name of this association shall be "BAY PROFESSIONAL
PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION", and the permanent address shall be that of the current
Executive Secretary or other such address as the Board of Directors shall determine.
Article II - OBJECTIVES
Section 1. The objectives of the Corporation shall be to advance photography in all its
branches, both as an art and as a profession; to create, foster, promote, and maintain cordial
relations and cooperation and interchange of thoughts and opinions freely among its members;
to oppose violation and infringements of the rights of professional photographers or their
organizations; to promote and support legislation favorable to and oppose legislation
unfavorable or prejudicial to the interests of professional photographers; to foster the practical
benefits to be derived from personal acquaintances and the discussion of subjects having to do
with photography, to cooperate with and grant franchises to other organizations which may be
striving to accomplish similar purposes.
Section 2. The Board of Directors shall be empowered to designate the official publication
of the Corporation. Such publication must be one whose circulation encompasses the entire
Section 3. Membership. The eligibility and requirements for membership are defined in R-2
of the Rules and Regulations.
ARTICLE III - MANAGEMENT
Section 1. The property, affairs, and business of the Corporation shall be vested in a Board
of Directors consisting of seven (7) members. The members of said board shall, upon election,
immediately enter into the performance of their duties and shall be duly elected and qualified.
Section 2. The Board of Directors shall have control and management of the affairs of the
Corporation, with authority to establish and maintain rules and regulations to be known as Rules
and Regulations of the BAY PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION, to engage
assistance, fix salaries, admit, suspend, or expel members and to do anything necessary and
desirable in the conduct of the business of the Corporation in accordance with the by-laws and
Rules and Regulations.
Section 3. ELECTIONS
(a). The Board of Directors shall be composed of seven (7) Active or Honorary Life Members of
the Corporation who shall be elected by ballot at each annual meeting in such manner for a
term of three years. No director shall be elected to serve more than two consecutive terms of
(b). A nominating committee appointed by the President shall present its nominations for
election to the Board of Directors prior to the Annual Meeting.
(c). Nominations for the Board of Directors may be made from the floor at the Annual Meeting of
Section 4. A regular meeting of the Board of Directors shall be held immediately following
their election for the purpose of electing officers from among their own members.
Section 5. The President may, when he deems it necessary, or the Executive Secretary
shall, at the written request of the majority of Board members, issue a call for a special meeting
of the Board of Directors. Five days’ notice in writing shall be required for such special
Section 6. A majority of the Board of Directors shall constitute a quorum for the election of
officers and all other business or purposes not otherwise provided herein. In the absence of the
President, the Vice-President may preside: otherwise, the members present may choose a
chairman for the meeting. A quorum shall consist of fifteen (15) active members.
Section 7. Any member of the Board of Directors absent from a meeting shall send a
communication in advance to the President or Executive Secretary stating the reason for his or
her absence, and the membership of the Board of Directors in attendance shall decide in each
instance whether or not such absence is excusable. In the event there are three inexcusable
absences on the part of any member of the Board of Directors, his membership on the Board
shall be declared vacant.
Section 8. Any vacancies that may occur on the Board of Directors for any reason may be
filled by the Board of Directors for-the unexpired term.
ARTICLE IV - OFFICERS
Section 1. The officers of the Corporation shall be President, Vice-president, Secretary -
Treasurer, and Executive Secretary and shall hold office for a term of one year or until their
successors have been elected.
ARTICLE V - MEETINGS AND CONVENTIONS
Section 1. There shall be an Annual Meeting of the Corporation during the month of August,
unless otherwise ordered by the Board of Directors. Written notice of such meetings shall be
sent to each member of the Corporation thirty (30) days prior to the meeting.
Section 2. Special meetings of the Corporation may be called by the Board of Directors.
Notice of any special meeting shall be given ten (-LD) days In advance of time, place, and
purpose of the meeting.
Section 3. Fifteen (15) Active members in good standing shall constitute a quorum.
Section 4. Whenever, in the judgement of the Board of Directors, any question shall arise
which it deems necessary to be put to a vote Of the active membership, and when it is
considered it not expedient to call a special meeting for such purpose, the Directors may submit
such mater, in writing, to the Active membership for a vote, and the question thus presented
shall be determined by a majority of the signed votes received in the mail within two (2) weeks
after being submitted to the membership for such vote, providing at least fifteen (15) Active
members returned their votes.
Section 5. A minimum of ten (10) meetings in full charge of the Board of Directors, shall be
held annually at such times and places and consisting of such programs as the Board may
ARTICLE VI - COMMITTEES
Section 1. The President shall appoint all committee chairmen and may appoint any
additional committees as necessary. The President may also appoint any committee chairman
that he deems necessary and shall do so at the discretion of the Board of Directors.
ARTICLE VII - VIOLATION OF CODE OF ETHICS AND POWER TO TAKE DISCIPLINARY
Section 1. After a hearing as detailed in R-1 Rules and Regulations, the Board of Directors
may take disciplinary action against any member for violations of duties of membership, or upon
a member having been convicted, adjudged, or otherwise recorded as guilty by any court of
competent jurisdiction, of a felony or misdemeanor involving moral turpitude. The manner of
initiating a hearing and the nature of discipline is detailed and defined in R-1 Rules and
Regulation, Code of Ethics.
ARTICLE VIII - MEETINGS AND CONVENTIONS - REGISTRATIONS AND FEES
Section I The Board of Directors shall determine, by majority vote, the manner of payment
and the amount to be paid for registration fees, dues, banquet tickets, and other service charges
at conventions and meetings.
ARTICLE IX - RULE OF ORDER
Section 1. In all questions of parliamentary practice not covered by these By-laws, Roberts
Rules of Order shall prevail.
ARTICLE X - AMENDMENTS
Section 1. These By-laws may be amended, revised or repealed, in whole or part, by a two-
thirds vote of the Active members present at any duly organized meeting of the Corporation; or
by two-thirds vote of a constituted quorum when vote is by written ballot by mail, provided the
proposed change is submitted in writing to the last recorded address of each Active member at
least thirty (30) days before the change is to be considered.
CODE OF ETHICS
Bay Professional Photographers Association
CODE OF ETHICS
1. I will endeavor to enhance and ennoble the status of the photographic profession by
maintaining a dignity of manner in my behavior, in the presentation of appearance of my studio
or place of business and in all other forms of public contact.
2. I will observe the highest standard of honesty in all my transactions, avoiding the use of false
titles, confusing or inaccurate technical terms or descriptions, misleading terms or claims.
3. I will at all times endeavor to produce only those types of photographic services that will
enhance the prestige of the profession, to apply my best efforts on behalf of the public, and to
play my part in raising the general standard of photographic craftsmanship.
4. I will show a friendly spirit of cooperation with my fellow professional photographers and
assist them whenever possible should they be in trouble or have difficulty.
5. I will assist and give my knowledge to the members of this profession, and I will encourage
them individually and collectively, so that the quality of photography may constantly be raised to
6. In all matters relating to the interpretation of this code, I will recognize the authority of BPPA,
and agree to hold harmless the Board of Directors in any decision made on the behalf of the
I have read the above Code of Ethics and agree to abide by it, evidenced by my signature in ink
this _____ day of 20 _____ . Any member of BPPA may be reprimanded, suspended, or
expelled by the Board of Directors for a violation of the Code of Ethics, or the Bylaws.
Member Signature: _____________________________________________
This application must be completed in full with proper fees, photocopies of Sales Tax
Registration Certificate, Occupational License, and Federal ID number prior to being considered
Bay Professional Photographers Association
Rules, Regulations and Procedures
Section 1 DUTIES OF MEMBERSHIP - Members of BPPA agree to abide by the BPPA Code of
Ethics, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, and Standard Operating Guidelines. Members also
agree to submit to a Grievance Committee all controversies involving purported violations of the
said duties of membership by the procedure herein provided, and to abide by the decision of the
Board of Directors.
Section 2 GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE - A Grievance Committee shall be appointed at the
direction of the President when a violation of the Code of Ethics has been reported to the
President or the Vice President. In the event that the President is the subject of the complaint,
the Vice President shall convene the Grievance Committee. The Grievance Committee is not a
standing committee but is impaneled as needed.
Section 3 POWER TO TAKE DISCIPLINARY ACTION - After a hearing, provisions for which
are outlined in the following sections, the Grievance Committee may submit recommendations
for disciplinary action to the Officers of BPPA against any member for violation of any duty of
membership as determined in Regulation I, Section 1.
Section 4 MANNER OF INITIATING A HEARING
A) Any member having reason to believe that a member of BPPA is guilty of any conduct
subject to disciplinary action or a violation of the Duties of Membership may file a complaint in
writing, dated and signed, to the President stating the facts on which the complaint is based.
The complaint must be filed within ninety days after the violation of the Duties of Membership is
known. The President shall promptly initiate a Grievance Committee to investigate the
complaint’s merit with at least one BPPA Officer in its membership. The complaint shall be held
in strict confidence.
B) Upon hearing the complaint the Grievance Committee shall determine whether to (1)
dismiss the complaint as unworthy of further consideration, (2) refer it back to the complainant,
or (3) investigate in detail the facts presented, requiring respondent to furnish the committee
with his/her response before making a preliminary determination. The function of the Grievance
Committee is to make such preliminary investigation and evaluation of the complaint as required
determining whether the validity and substance of the complaint warrants further consideration.
The findings and deliberations of the Grievance Committee are to be held in strict confidence.
C) Upon its own motion, the Grievance Committee may, and upon instruction by the
President, must investigate the actions of any member when there are reasonable grounds to
believe the member is guilty of conduct subject to disciplinary action. And, if so satisfied, shall
prepare a complaint and refer it to the President. The Grievance Committee shall designate
one of its members to present the case at the subsequent hearing on its behalf as complainant.
Before the committee shall make a preliminary determination, a copy of the complaint shall be
sent to the party complained of, requesting said party to furnish the committee with a response.
Section 5 HEARING BY THE GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE
A) After a complaint alleging a violation of membership duty (Code of Ethics, By-Laws, Rules
and Regulations, and Standard Operating Guidelines) has been referred to the President by the
Grievance Committee with instructions to schedule a hearing, the President shall serve a copy
of the complaint on each party complained of (hereafter called the respondent) and notify the
respondent that he/she may submit a written reply to the President within ten days and that if
he/she does not, the charges may be taken as true by default. The President may accept late
submittal of the reply at its discretion.
B) Within ten days of receipt of said reply, the President shall mail copies of the reply to the
complainant and the Grievance Committee. If no reply is received after ten days, the President
shall notify the Grievance Committee that no reply has been submitted.
C) After a complaint has reached the Grievance Committee, it may be withdrawn by the
complainant only with the committee’s approval.
D) At any time prior to the hearing of the complaint, the complainant may file an amended
complaint with the President, which the Grievance Committee may, at its discretion, allow or
E) The Grievance Committee shall hold a hearing with the respondent and complainant.
F) In the event the respondent or complainant fails to appear at a duly noticed hearing
without obtaining a continuance or adjournment thereof, the committee may proceed with the
hearing in the respondent’s or complainant’s absence and shall reach its decision based on the
evidence made available at the hearing. Thereafter all other procedures shall follow as herein
Section 6 DECISION OF THE GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE HEARING
A) The President or Vice President shall present the complaint to the Grievance Committee.
The Grievance Committee shall deliberate and reach a decision. The decision of the Grievance
Committee shall be by majority vote, in writing, and shall contain findings of fact and a
statement of the disciplinary action suggested, if any, and shall be filed with the President.
Such decision shall not be disclosed publicly. However, failure of confidentiality shall not
invalidate the decision.
B) The President shall transmit a copy of the decision to the complainant and the respondent
within seven days of rendition.
C) Within thirty days after the decision has been rendered, the respondent may petition the
Grievance Committee for a rehearing, solely on the grounds of newly discovered material
evidence which the petitioner could not, with reasonable diligence, have discovered prior to the
original hearing. The petition must be in writing and divulge the new evidence.
D) Within ten days of the decision of the Grievance Committee on the appeal, the
respondent may appeal the decision to the BPPA Board of Directors. If the appeal request is
granted, the BPPA Board of Directors shall consider the appeal at their next regularly scheduled
meeting and render a decision concerning the appeal.
E) A decision of the BPPA Board of Directors is final, and each member of BPPA, by
becoming and remaining a member, agrees not to seek review in any court of law.
Section 7 PRELIMINARY JUDICIAL DETERMINATION
If the Board of Directors believes that the disciplined member may resort to legal action because
of suspension or expulsion, it may specify that the suspension or expulsion shall become
effective upon entry of the final judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction in a suit filed by the
Board for declaratory relief, declaring that the suspension or expulsion violates no rights of the
Section 8 NATURE OF DISCIPLINE
Disciplinary action may consist of only one of the following:
Letter of Censure to member, with copy in file;
Relief of Committee Chairmanship, Board or Officer position and/or relief of committee duties;
Suspension of membership for a period of time specified by the Board of Directors, not to
exceed one year;
Any discipline imposed may be suspended and the member placed on probation for a period not
to exceed one year.
Dues & Fees
Section 1 ANNUAL DUES - BPPA Annual dues structure shall be set, and may be waived by
the Board of Directors. The amount(s), evaluated by the Board annually, are subject to change
by majority vote of the Board. Any first time new member joining after June 30th of each year
will pay 50% of dues for the remainder of the calendar year. The Annual Dues for existing
members must be paid by January 31. The current annual dues are listed as follows:
___ACTIVE MEMBER - (1) An individual who is a Florida Resident and owns a legally
established Florida business engaged in selling photographic goods or services to the public or
(2) An individual who is employed as a photographer by a legally established Florida business.
An Active member may hold office, vote in BPPA affairs, use the BPPA logo and enter print
competition. All Active members must submit a Sales Tax Certificate with application. DUES:
___ASSOCIATE MEMBER - additional members from the same firm or studio already
represented by an ACTIVE BPPA member. They cannot vote, hold office, or display the BPPA
logo, but may enter print competitions. The ACTIVE member’s Sales Tax Certificate is required.
___ASPIRING MEMBER - newcomers to the profession who are not associated with any
ACTIVE member and are just getting started in the photography profession. They cannot vote,
hold office, or display the BPPA logo, but may enter print competitions. They may hold this
classification for a maximum of two years. No Sales Tax Certificate is necessary. DUES:
___STUDENT MEMBER - individual that is currently enrolled in photography related courses in
the State of Florida and can provide authentic student identification. This member cannot hold
office, vote, or use the BPPA logo, but may enter print competition. DUES: $45.00
___SPOUSE MEMBER - individual not engaged in professional photography whose spouse is a
BPPA member. This member cannot hold office, vote use the BPPA logo or enter print
competition. DUES: $35.00
Section 2 INITIATION OR APPLICATION FEES - The Board of Directors has the option to
assess, set, or waive initiation or application fees. Currently there are no initiation or application
Section 3 LATE FEES - The Board of Directors has the option to assess, set, or waive late fees.
Late fees may be applied to dues received after February 1of any calendar year for a member
who was a member the previous year. The late fee is $10.00.
Section 4 MONTHLY MEETINGS - BPPA will hold and conduct monthly meetings, programs
and print competitions. The Board of Directors has the option to assess, set, or waive the
meeting fee to attend these functions. The meeting fee is $30.00. When reservations are made
by contacting the reservation chairman by the Thursday before the meeting, a dinner will be
available. If a member reserved a meeting either by being on the permanent RSVP list or by
contact the RSVP Chair Person and they do not cancel or show up for the meeting, they will be
responsible for paying the $30.00 meeting fee. The treasurer will send an invoice for the fee.
Section 5 VISITORS AND GUESTS - It will be the policy of BPPA to extend to visitors and
potential new members the availability of attending one meeting as a guest without being
required to join. The guest meeting fee is $30.00 which includes dinner and a program. A
timely RSVP is required. If the guest does not join, they can attend future meetings at the non-
member meeting fee of $45.00.
Section 6 VISITATION BY FPP PRESIDENT - Any time the President of the FPP makes a visit
to one of BPPA’s events, they are be greeted with open arms and treated with the respect and
dignity they deserve as holder of this high office. The incumbent FPP President will always be
an honored guest of BPPA and not be charged the meeting fee. The only exception is if the
FPP President is a member of BPPA, they will be required to pay the meeting fee of $30.00.
Section 1 SPEAKERS AND JUDGES FEES – Speaker fees are assessed at $125.00 per
program. Any speaker fee that exceeds $125.00 requires Board approval. Judge fees are
assessed at $75.00 per judge. Incidentals for speakers and judges, such as meals, gas or
travel expenses and hotel rooms do not require Board approval but do require receipts to
support claims for reimbursement.
Section 2 REIMBURSEMENT OF MEMBER EXPENSES - In the course of day to day activities
of running the association, it may be necessary for a member or officer to expend his or her own
personal funds in the name of the association. Those expenses, when deemed reasonable by
the Board of Directors, will be reimbursed upon timely receipt of documentation provided to the
Awards and Certificates
Section 1 OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD - This award is given annually to a member who
has a history of performing outstanding and meritorious service to BPPA. This is the only award
that BPPA can give that also includes FPP Service Merits.
A) SELECTION PROCEDURE - Selection for the Outstanding Service Award is to made by
a secret ballot vote by Active BPPA Members at the General Meeting in June. The ballots will
be collected in an envelope, sealed, and mailed directly to the FPP Executive Director no later
than June 25.
B) AWARD - The FPP will make the presentation of the award for BPPA at the annual FPP
Convention’s Banquet. The award given will be a gold sealed certificate and one FPP Merit.
Section 2 DIRECTORS AWARD - This award is given annually to a member who has a history
of performing outstanding and meritorious service to BPPA.
A) METHOD OF NOMINATION - Nominations for this award must be made by a current
Board Member at the November Board meeting. BPPA Board Members are not eligible for this
B) SELECTION PROCEDURE - Upon completion of a final list of nominees, a vote by raise
of hand by current BPPA Board Members will be held during the November board meeting. The
decision is held in secrecy until presentation at the Annual Awards Banquet.
C) AWARD - The BPPA President will make the presentation of the award at the annual
BPPA Banquet. The award given will be a gold sealed certificate.
Section 3 PRESIDENTS AWARD - This award is given annually to a member whom the
President feels has done an outstanding job contributing to BPPA. The Award is given at the
Annual Awards Banquet in December.
A) SELECTION PROCEDURE - The President solely decides who should receive this
award. The decision is held in secrecy until announcement at the Annual Awards Banquet.
B) AWARD - The BPPA President will make the presentation of the award at the Annual
Awards Banquet. The award given will be a gold sealed certificate.
Section 4 PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR AWARD - This award is given annually to a BPPA
member who has scored the highest Photographer of the Year points.
A) METHOD OF NOMINATION – is open to all BPPA members, regardless of membership
type except “Spouse”. This prestigious award is earned by the accumulation of the highest
Photographer of the Year points. The Salon Chair will keep a running tally throughout the year.
The points are earned as follows:
PRINT OF THE MONTH: Each member may enter two 8x10 prints each month per category for
any month that there is no Salon competition. In order for a category to be judged, there must
be a minimum of three prints in that category. Print of the Month categories are: Unclassified,
Portrait, Social Function and Commercial. The winner is determined by a ballot with each BPPA
member getting one vote per category.
Entering - 10 points
First Place per Category - 20 points
Second Place per Category - 10 points
CREATIVE QUARTERLY: The Salon Chair announces a ‘Theme’ for each quarter. Each
member may enter up to one 8 x 10 print per quarter. The winner is selected by the Master
Photographer members of BPPA who are in attendance. Prints for Creative Quarterly will be
judged in March, July, September and November.
Entering - 10 points
Winning – 20 points
SALON PRINT COMPETITION: There are two Salon competitions during the year. These are
held in February and July. The complete rules and entry forms are posted on the BPPA website
(www.bppafl.com) on the Salon Rules page. Salon categories are: Unclassified, Portrait, Social
Function, Commercial and Album. The winning entries are determined by a panel of three
qualified judges. A moderator is selected to assist the judges.
Entering Salon – 10 points
Best of Show – 50 points
First Place (in each category) – 30 points
Second Place (in each category) – 20 points
Third Place (in each category) – 10 points
Merit Prints (score of 80 above) – 10 points per merited print
ADDITIONAL POINTS – Members can also earn additional Photographer of the Year points by
Meeting Attendance – 10 point per meeting
Committee Member – 10 points per committee
Board Member – 10 points
FPP Member – 10 points
PPA Member – 10 points
B) AWARDS – Gold sealed certificates to be awarded at the Annual Banquet in December.
Section 5 CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION - Certificates are produced and handed out at
the BPPA Annual Awards Banquet in December.
A) RECIPIENTS - All Board Members, Committee Chairs, and Vendors who donated door
prizes and/or purchased advertising in the BPPA newsletter.
Section 6 PRESIDENT’S PLAQUE - At the end of the Annual Banquet, the incoming president
will present the outgoing president with a gavel plaque.
Section 1 COMMITTEE AND CHAIR PERSONS - Committees and Chair Persons of all
committees shall be established at the direction of the President. There are twelve permanent
committees: Membership, Scholarship, Salon, Program, Archivist, Door Prize, Social,
House/RSVP, Website, Newsletter, Social Media and State Delegate. Additional Committees
may be assigned as the President sees fit.
Section 2 MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE - The purpose of the Membership Committee is to
recruit new members, screen membership applications, make recommendations to the Board,
annually compile a Membership Directory, provide permanent name tags for all members and
temporary name tags for new members, guests, speakers, and judges. The Membership Chair
is to maintain the Membership Directory in Dropbox.
Section 3 SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE - The purpose of the Scholarship Committee is to
organize the solicitation of funds to support BPPA’s Scholarship. This committee may conduct
raffles, product sales, auctions, seminars, or any other legal activity to raise funds. The funds
raised will be distributed within the membership, in the form of scholarships, for the purpose of
furthering the education of the membership through seminars and schools conducted or
sponsored by the FPP and/or the PPA. The Treasurer will keep a tally of the Scholarship
Amount in the Financial Report. This report will be updated and posted in Dropbox.
Section 4 SALON COMMITTEE - The purpose of the Salon Committee is to conduct the Section
Print Competition, an educational effort which will be held two times per year. Competition will
be held at least sixty days prior to the FPP annual convention. The Board of Directors, with the
assistance of the Program Chair, will set the dates for the competition. The Salon Chair is
responsible for the selection of Judges for the print competition. The Salon Chair is responsible
for recording the Photographer of the Year points. This report will be updated and posted in
Section 5 PROGRAM COMMITTEE - The purpose of the Program Committee, typically chaired
by the Vice President, is to conduct the monthly seminars by soliciting the necessary Speakers
designed to provide the membership with quality educational opportunities. The Program Chair
is responsible for arranging for Speakers, negotiating honorarium, sending contract letters to the
speakers listing the amount and details of the program, obtaining publicity release information
for newsletter and website, and coordinating locations and other meeting details. Speaker
information is to be posted on Dropbox.
Section 6 ARCHIVIST - The purpose of the Archivist Committee is to collect and keep organized
all documents, information and history of the BPPA. At the end of each year, the Archivist is to
burn the contents in Dropbox to a CD.
Section 7 DOOR PRIZE COMMITTEE - The purpose of the Door Prize Committee is to solicit
items and prizes from photography related businesses and companies, to be given away at the
monthly meetings. It is the duty of the Door Prize Committee to send thank you letters to any
and all donors of prizes. The Door Prize Chair shall oversee the distribution of all donated items
at the beginning of each meeting. Any company that donates a minimum of six door prizes will
be entitled to a half page ad in Bay’s newsletter for the year that the door prizes were donated.
Section 8 SOCIAL COMMITTEE - The purpose of the Social Committee is to organize the social
activities of BPPA. The Annual Awards Banquet is when new Officers are installed and awards
are given. This is the most important responsibility of this committee. Social events, picnics or
other such activities are also the responsibility of the Social Committee. The Social Committee
is responsible for establishing the location, time, menu, and program/activities for these events,
as well as for advance publicity and notification to the BPPA membership.
Section 9 HOUSE/RSVP COMMITTEE - The purpose of the House/RSVP Committee is to
serve as liaison between the meeting location and BPPA Board of Directors. It is responsibility
of the House/RSVP Committee to receive and record the members’ email RSVP responses and
send the headcount amount to the meeting venue prior to the meeting. The RSVP responses
are to be tabulated on the Treasurer/RSVP spreadsheet in Dropbox.
Section 10 WEBSITE - The Webmaster is responsible for the design and layout of the
association’s website, www.bppafl.com, and securing and uploading important and relevant
information for the BPPA Membership and online consumers. The Webmaster receives two
FPP Service Merits for each completed year of service.
Section 11 NEWSLETTER EDITOR - The Newsletter Editor is responsible for the production
and distribution of the BPPA Newsletter. The Newsletter Editor serves as reporter, writer and
editor as well as managing the layout and design of the newsletter. The Newsletter Editor
receives two FPP Service Merits for each completed year of service.
Section 12 SOCIAL MEDIA - The Social Media Committee will post frequent updates to promote
the association to Facebook, Pinterest and any social media platform that would benefit BPPA
members as well as the guild.
Section 13 STATE DELEGATE – The State Delegate will attend all FPP Board/Delegate
meetings and report this information to BPPA Board of Directors and members. The State
Delegate will also provide a written report to the newsletter for inclusion in the next edition.