Some of the positions described below are are not filled at this time, but may be filled in the future as needed. One example of this is the Newsletter Editor.
The President shall act as the principal executive officer of The Society and supervise and control all the business and affairs. The President shall preside at all meetings of the membership and of the Executive Board. Additional responsibilities are to:
In the absence of the President or in the event of the President's inability or refusal to act, the President-Elect shall perform the duties of the President. President-Elect will work directly with the President to learn all aspects of the President's duties so as to be ready to assume the role of President as needed. It is assumed that the President-Elect will become President when the current President steps down.
The Treasurer shall:
The Secretary shall:
The Parliamentarian shall make sure that the monthly business meetings progress in a timely manner allowing ample time for the program and/or demonstration. Also participate in the Executive Board meetings and assist in running them properly according to "Roberts Rules of Order."
The Historian shall:
The Program Chair shall coordinate speakers and activities for programs at the monthly meetings with input from the Executive Board. Once a schedule is set:
The Exhibit Chair shall:
The Hospitality Chair shall coordinate volunteers to provide snacks at the regular meetings;
The Workshop Chair shall:
The Membership Chair shall:
The IAPS Representative shall develop contact with International Association of Pastel Society officers and keep CTPS members informed of upcoming competitions, conventions and general lAPS activities.
The Webmaster shall:
The Publicity Chair shall:
Should the Executive Board decide to provide the every-other-month newsletter, "Pastel Expressions", the Newsletter Editor and such assistants as he/she shall deem necessary shall:
The Librarian shall: