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How to Start A Chapter

A Chapter starts as a Prospective Chapter, and should eventually become a Chapter. A Prospective Chapter has at least two schools of ikebana represented, including at a minimum six, but preferably ten, members. In preparation for becoming a Prospective Chapter, the members should elect officers and develop a Chapter Constitution and Bylaws.
For detailed information about this, please contact International Headquarters, and request a copy of the Chapter Directive. The Chapter Directive includes a model format for the Chapter's Constitution and Bylaws.
After a Prospective Chapter has a well-organized program, including the public promotion of ikebana and an increase in its membership to a minimum of fifteen members), the members may apply to International Headquarters to become a Chapter.


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