Important Deadlines

As we get closer to the end of the year and yes it is only 125 days before Christmas. I know let’s get through Labor Day 1st. However, it is important the everyone especially Chapter President’s and Secretaries keep track and on top of 2018/19 chapter/district deadlines.

Our State Secretary put these out and I think it’s important enough that we put it on the web site as well. So here you go, can’t say you didn’t see the email or it was deleted.

  • December 31, 2018 – online roster membership updated by POCs. The number of members on the roster on December 31 determines the chapter per capita of $10 per member. Ex. 12 members = $120.00. NO PAPER ROSTERS will be accepted. The ALRDOC State Secretary will printout your on0line roster on December 31, 2018. The Chapter roster will be frozen on February 1, 2019 UNTIL AFTER CONVENTION. If there are any updates to your roster needed between February 1 and convention, a POC can email the Secretary and the roster will be updated.
  • December 31, 2018 – Chapter per capita is due to the ALRDOC Treasurer.
  • Prior to April 17, 2019– Delegates and Alternates are to be elected by chapters.
  • April 17, 2019 – Delegate fees of $10 per delegate are to be sent into the ALRDOC Treasurer. Delegate fees MUST be paid even if no delegates will be attending convention. EX. 3 delegates = $30.00
  • April 22, 2019 – Delegates and Alternates list is to be Emailed to the Secretary by the Chapter President or Secretary only. NO PAPER DELEGATE CERTIFICATIONS. 

As you can see we have some work to do and import tasks at hand. Don’t wait until the dead-line date or morning after, we’ve all had plenty of notice mark your calendars if you haven’t already and let’s make this year a productive one.

Thank you for your time and dedication,
Rey Ruiz
State Vice President


07/27/2019
9:00 am to 7:00 pm

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RESOLUTION

WHEREAS the American Legion Department of California, in convention assembled in Palm Springs, California, June 22-24, 2007 authorized the establishment of The American Legion Riders Department of California as an official program of The American Legion Department of California, and

 

WHEREAS the Department of California American Legion Riders has quickly reached a membership of nearly 2000, and

 

WHEREAS the growth and scope of the Department of California American Legion Riders directly impacts the reputation, good order and name of the Department of California American Legion, and

 

WHEREAS from time to time programs of the Department of California require direction and oversight by the Department of California through its American Legion Riders Commission and the Department of California Executive Committee, and

 

WHEREAS the appearance of the Department of California American Legion Riders members and their affiliations with other clubs and organizations are a direct reflection of and on the Department of California American Legion, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT

 

RESOLVED by the Department of California Executive Committee in regular session on March 13-15, 2015 at Santa Maria California that no Department Officer, President or Elected Officer of a Chapter of American Legion Riders shall at the same time hold the Office of Post Commander of an American Legion Post, and BE IT FURTHER

RESOLVED the vest or jacket of the Department of California American Legion Riders will bear only the American Legion Riders Emblem as authorized by the Department of California on the back of the vest or jacket along with the Chapter Flare at the top of the Legion Riders Emblem and the members parent organization flare at the bottom of the Legion Riders Emblem.  The front of the vest or jacket shall only bear patches of military branches of service, military units, in memoriam patches, American Legion Riders Convention or event patches, a name patch or tag, the American flag, a PGR patch and an elongated Post patch if desired.  No military rank patches, city, state or unauthorized unit name patches, rockers or half rockers will be worn on the vest or jacket, and BE IT FURTHER

RESOLVED no member of the American Legion Riders shall wear an exposed weapon, club or fixed blade knife while wearing the American Legion Riders Emblem or shall ride, or act or behavior in any manner inconsistent with the goals and purposes of the American Legion Department of California, and BE IT FURTHER

 

RESOLVED no Chapter or member of the American Legion Riders Department of California will

affiliate or associate with Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs (OMGs) or their affiliates as defined by the

California Attorney General’s Office or any Federal Law Enforcement agency while wearing any American Legion regalia, and BE IT FINALLY

 

RESOLVED the content of this resolution shall be adopted immediately by the American Legion Riders Department of California and placed in their bylaws as a condition of remaining a program of the Department of California American Legion, and all future amendments to the Department of California American Legion Riders bylaws will be reviewed by the Department of California American Legion Riders Commissioners and the Department of California Judge Advocate for approval before becoming affective.

 


ALR DOC SAFETY HANDBOOK UPDATE

 

Just a short note to all members about MAKING changes to our Safety Handbook. In the next couple of months, the Safety Committee will be meeting (phone call) to look for any corrections, additions or mistakes in the Safety Handbook.

One area we will be addressing the location of the 3-wheel motorcycles within the group and I am sure there are other areas you might want to expand on. If you are interested in being a fly on the wall, a member or just providing input to the committee please let me know so I can keep you in the loop once we get started. Area 6 is still looking for a Safety Representative, so if you are from that Area and want to be part of our committee, contact me or your VP to fill it.

I encourage all members to download the Safety Handbook and read each line...…mark any change(s) you think should be made. Shoot me an email alrdocsafety@gmail.com and I will compile a list which will be sent to the different area safety representatives. The Committee will then meet and determine which changes are need to be made and present to the ALR DEC for approval. This will take a couple of months, but you need to start reading now.

 

Click:  https://alrdoc.org/documentView.php?doc_id=375&doc_cat_private=0

 

Ride Safe my friends until we meet again.


Rob Carrier
Safety Officer ALR DOC


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