Article Six, Meetings of the Board of Directors, Section 5: Quorum and Approval

A quorum at any meeting of the Board of Directors shall consist of a majority of the then serving Directors. If after a quorum has been established at a meeting of the Directors some Directors leave the meeting and there is no longer a quorum present, those Directors remaining may continue to take action so long as a resolution receives at least that number of affirmative votes as would constitute a majority of a quorum. (E.g., if the quorum is 12 Directors, and a majority of a quorum is 7 Directors, then so long as 7 Directors remain present and vote in the affirmative the resolution shall be adopted.) Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, the approval of a majority of the Board present and voting shall be required for any action of the Board.

[Amended December 14, 2015 to add the following paragraph:]

In the event quorum is not achieved, roll shall be taken to establish quorum or lack thereof and minutes shall be produced to reflect the roll call vote. Those present may also schedule the next meeting.