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Manns Harbor, NC 27953

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OBGC Officer, Director, and Member Code of Ethics

Membership in the Outer Banks Gun Club, Inc. (OBGC / CLUB) imposes a responsibility to uphold and further the Club's purposes and objectives as set forth in, and pursuant to, the bylaws and the resolutions and decisions of its Board of Directors. Members at all times should conduct themselves in a manner that reflects credit upon and enhances the reputation of OBGC.

The Board of Directors vest the President with the power to enforce these membership obligations by removing from membership, with concurrence of the Board, any member who, in their judgment, gives cause for dismissal. Such causes include, but are not limited to:

  • 1. Any material misrepresentation of service, employment, or any other credentials in application for membership, during the duration of membership, or when serving in any office in the OBGC.

  • 2. Any act intended to disrupt the existence or unity of the OBGC.

  • 3. Any act that violates the Club's Bylaws, such as using one's position in the Club to suggest or promote business, personal, political, policy, religious, or social agendas.

  • 4. Any act that misrepresents the Club's non profit, non-political, educational charter, including any act that brings public disrepute or embarrassment upon the Club, or seeks to undermine the purposes or programs of the Club.

  • 5. Any defamation, vilification, or deceitful act, false accusation, calumny, or slander or libel against the Club, its officers, or its members.

  • 6. Any misrepresentation or use for purposes other than the stated purposes of the Club of the OBGC name, symbols, icons, trademarks, certificates, purposes, activities, membership or member data, of the Club including any act, assertion, or implication of, affiliation with, sponsorship of, or approval by the Club not permitted by the OBGC.

  • 7. Any act in violation of a fiduciary or other trust exercised on behalf of the Club.

  • 8. Any violent or felonious, violations of U.S. federal, state, or local laws or any prosecutable or indictable act, at the discretion of the Board of Directors, whether or not related to the OBGC.

  • 9. Any conflict of interest or appearance of a conflict of interest with the Club's bylaws, charter, purposes, neutrality or objectives if not resolved immediately and satisfactorily upon notification and concurrence of the President.

  • 10. Failure to comply with safety, range, and/or Club rules and regulations.

Charlie Read
Club President

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Last Updated: August 2013