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Minutes From The

Third Meeting After Incorporation

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The Opportunity African American Women Deserve
New Age Capitalism & New Age Corporations
Lead The Way To The Future
 
Date:  March 2, 1996
 
Place: Inner Office - Unity International, Inc.
            198 Russell Street
            Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115
 
Time: 7:00 p.m.
 
The following minutes were taken from the notes of the third meeting after filing the incorporation papers for Unity International, Inc..  The meeting was held on the date, at the place, and convened at the time stated above. Present were: {Click here for Robert's Rules Of Order} {Click here to review the importance of minutes}
  1. Evangelist Dorothy P. Snider
  2. Carolyn O. Stroman
  3. Rev. Dr. Clarence Joyner, Jr. 
  4. William H. Wilson 
  5. Dr. Jesse Kinard
  6. Attorney Virgin Johnson
  7. George Sistrunk
The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m., by the Rev. Dr. Clarence W. Joyner, Jr.. Absent were:
  1. Rev. Calvin Alston
  2. Carl X. Wright
Prayer was given by attorney Johnson. After the prayer, Dr. Joyner proceeded to the first item of business which was the resignation of Dr. Kinard. Dr. Kinard did not want to assume the presidency of Unity International, Inc., which he could not do officially do until the first meeting of the Board of Directors.  The first meeting of the board could not officially take place until after the first official organizing meeting, which could not be held until the bylaws were completed and approved.
Dr. Kinard decided he would assume a board position, but not the presidency. He told the group he no longer had time to devote to the corporation.  Attorney Johnson said he would assume the position if approved by the group.  It was moved, seconded and unanimously carried that attorney Johnson would assume the presidency at the first official meeting of the Board of Directors.  He understood that the organizing meeting of incorporators would have to convene first.
 
Dr. Joyner proceeded to the next order of business which was an update on the bylaws.  A copy of the bylaws that were written by George Sistrunk was presented to the group.  After review[,] it was decided that the following sections had to be rewritten before they could be presented at the organizing meeting of incorporators.  The sections of the bylaws that had to be rewritten were Articles: VI (6.1 - 6.7), VII (7.1 - 7.3), VIII (8.1 - 8.4) and IX (9.1 - 9.4). The following amendments to the bylaws had to be rewritten also.  They were: XLI (41), XLII (42.1 - 42.4).
During the discussion of the bylaws, Dr. Joyner revealed that Mrs. Patricia Johnson agreed to do proof reading of materials for the corporation.  Mrs. Johnson would have to be interviewed and sign a contract with the corporation before she could begin any official duties.  Dr. Joyner also set an itinerary of tasks he wanted the group to complete after the organizing meeting of incorporators and the first official meeting of the Board of Directors.  The tasks were as follows:
 
1.  Each board member, after assuming duties, must bring to the meeting the name of a CPA and Corporate Attorney.
2.  Attorney Johnson was to see which section of Title 33, covered Keyman Insurance/Insurance on the CEO or president.
 
The next item of business was changing the name of the Million March Association to Unity Services Association.  It was moved, seconded and unanimously carried that Unity Services Association shall be the name of the membership division.  These minutes shall also reflect that the itinerary of tasks to be done that was set forth during the meeting of February 20, 1996 was completed.
The next item of business was appointing Edward C. Graham, Insurance and Trust Director.  After a lengthy interview and question and answer session, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that Edward C. Graham be the Insurance and Trust Director for the corporation.  His role with the corporation is to help churches and large organizations establish trust programs for their memberhip.  It was also agreed that the corporation and individual members shall be able to enter into contractural relationships with the Insurance and Trust Department of Unity Services Association.
The final item of business was the stationery designs aubmitted by William Wilson.  After discussion and review[,] the submitted designs were not acceptable. What the members wanted was Unity written in an archway over a folded out globe.  George Sistrunk said he believed Sir Speedy printing could do the design.  William Wilson agreed to call the person who did one of the designs he presented and George agreed to contact Sir Speedy.
 
Being that there was no further business to discuss, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the meeting be adjourned. The benediction was given and the meeting was officially over.  Assuming the bylaws are ready to enter into the records, the official organizing meeting of incorporators will be held on March 19, 1996, at 7:00 p.m. at Unity offices, located at 198 Russell St.
Notation for the record: The above minutes were taken from the meeting notes of Nakeesa Davis - Recording Secretary.
Respectfully Submitted, 
 
Evangelist Dorothy P. Snider
 
Note: Even though minutes were accepted and approved at meetings, there is no current evidence the minutes were ever signed or sealed by the Joyner Administration. 
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Minutes From The

Special Meeting Of Unity International, Inc.

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Date:  March 4, 1996
 
Place: Inner Office - Unity International, Inc.
            198 Russell Street
            Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115
 
Time: 7:00 p.m.
 
The following minutes were taken from the notes of a special meeting held on the date after incorporation, at the place, and convened at the time stated above. Present were:
  1. Evangelist Dorothy P. Snider
  2. George M. Sistrunk
  3. Carolyn O. Stroman
  4. Edward C. Graham
The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m., by Evangelist Dorothy P. Snider. Absent were:
  1. Rev. Calvin Alston
  2. Dr. Jesse Kinard
  3. William H. Wilson
  4. Carl X. Wright
  5. Rev. Dr. Clarence W. Joyner, Jr.
  6. Attorney Virgin Johnson
Evangelist Snider proceeded to the first item of business which was a discussion of the logo.  William Wilson had called and informed George that none of the people he had contacted could produce the logo the board desired. George said he would take the logo concept to Christine Hollar at Sir Speedy Printing.
He also told Evangelist Snider that he to spend the next few days doing research in order to find a way to enroll people in Unity's franchise development program.  He said the program as written would not be successful because it would have to conform to SEC regulations. Conformity would limit the number of participants to 35.  George also told her the Kitco papers still had not been mailed.  Carolyn O. Stroman agreed to write the check for the kit, but later changed her mind.  It was finally agreed the matter would be taken to Dr. Joyner.
George told Evangelist Snider he had completed and computerized Unity's developmental tracking systems and the marketing program for Unity Services Association. He had designed and written the forms, information tracts, letters, programs and procedures for maintaining corporate records. After George's report, there was no further business to discuss so the meeting was adjourned.
Notation for the record: The above minutes were taken from the meeting notes of Nakeesa Davis - Recording Secretary.
Respecfully Submitted,
George M. Sistrunk 
Note: Even though minutes were accepted and approved at meetings, there is no current evidence the minutes were ever signed or sealed by the Joyner Administration.
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Minutes From The

Special Meeting Of Unity International, Inc.

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Date:  March 5, 1996
 
Place: Inner Office - Unity International, Inc.
            198 Russell Street
            Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115
 
Time: 7:00 p.m.
 
The following minutes were taken from the notes of a special meeting held on the date after incorporation, at the place, and convened at the time stated above. Present were:
  1. Evangelist Dorothy P. Snider
  2. George M. Sistrunk
  3. Carolyn O. Stroman
The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m., by Evangelist Dorothy P. Snider. Absent were:
  1. Rev. Calvin Alston
  2. Dr. Jesse Kinard
  3. William H. Wilson
  4. Carl X. Wright
  5. Rev. Dr. Clarence W. Joyner, Jr.
  6. Attorney Virgin Johnson
George informed Evangelist Snider that Christine Hollar had found the folded out globe for Unity's letterhead, envelopes and business cards. He told her she would have a proof ready in a couple of days. George told her the logo work would cost $50.00 and a $25.00 deposit would be required. Evangelist Snider agreed to write the check for the deposit so the work could begin. George had to pickit up on March 8th.
George also reported that the research was not going well. He still had not found a way to make Unity's program work for ordinary people. He told her he had some ideas how it might work, but he had not found any documentation to support his position.  He said the key to solving the riddle of 113-22 and 501(e) of Regulation [D] was within the regulation itself, he just had not discovered it.
After George's report, the meeting was adjourned.
Notation for the record: The above minutes were taken from the meeting notes of Nakeesa Davis - Recording Secretary.
Respecfully Submitted,
George M. Sistrunk 
    Note: Even though minutes were accepted and approved at meetings, there is no current evidence the minutes were ever signed or sealed by the Joyner Administration. 

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