YET ANOTHER SOCIETY
First Meeting of Board of Directors
Grand Rapids, Michigan
September 5, 2000

The first meeting of the Board of Directors of Yet Another Society, a new non-profit corporation being organized under the laws of the State of Michigan, was held at 601 Three Mile Road, N.W., Grand Rapids, Michigan, on September 5, 2000. Curtis D. Rypma, counsel, was present and appointed secretary pro tem and asked to keep the minutes of the meeting.

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION - EFFECTIVE DATE - DATE TO BEGIN

Articles as previously adopted by the incorporator and ordered filed with the State of Michigan were approved by the directors. It was unanimously resolved that the effective date for said Articles should be the date of filing, and this would be the date for beginning business of this corporation.

BY-LAWS

By-laws as previously adopted by the incorporator were approved by the directors.

ELECTION OF OFFICERS

On motion duly made and supported, it was unanimously resolved that the officers previously appointed by the incorporator would be confirmed in their posts and continue to serve the corporation until the next annual meeting of the Board of Directors or until their respective successors in office shall be duly elected and qualified.

AUTHORIZATION OF BANK DEPOSITORY - BORROWING RESOLUTION

The director recommended that he be authorized to select a bank as the depository of the corporation's funds. On motion duly supported and unanimously carried, a resolution was adopted authorizing the directors to select a bank as the depository of the corporation's funds and to execute the necessary bank forms to open such account, to be drawn upon by check signed by signature of any one of the following:

Kurtis DeMaagd

Thereafter, the director recommended that the corporation be authorized to borrow funds from the bank with the president of the corporation, Kevin Lenzo, authorized to execute notes and security documents as required by the bank. On motion made, duly supported and unanimously carried, a borrowing resolution was adopted authorizing the borrowing of funds upon the signature of the president.

APPLICATION FOR LICENSES

The director next resolved that the officers or their designees were authorized to do all acts which are required in connection with all tax matters and business matters, including the making of applications for federal identification number, state sales tax number, all municipal, state or federal licenses required in the business, and the preparation of applications and papers necessary for the conduct of business including but not limited to federal income tax, state income tax, city income tax, workers compensation and employment security matters.

INSURANCE COVERAGE

The director unanimously resolved that he was authorized and directed to secure insurance coverage for the corporation as required for the conduct of business and to assure against casualty losses, effective on the date of beginning business.

501(C)(3) APPLICATION

The corporation's 501(c)(3) application was discussed and it was resolved that the application would be filed with the IRS for tax exempt status.

DETERMINATION OF FISCAL OR CALENDAR TAX YEAR

The director unanimously agreed that for purposes of accounting, the tax year of this corporation shall begin on January 1 and run through December 31 of each year.

There being no further business to come before the meeting, on motion it was adjourned.

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Curtis D. Rypma
Secretary Pro Tem