6.1 Constitution and Functions.
The Board of Directors may, by resolution adopted by a majority of the directors in office, appoint no less than
three (3) or no more than ten (10) persons (other than directors or officers of the Corporation) to constitute an
Advisory Committee to the Corporation. The Advisory Committee shall advise the Board of Directors on matters of
corporate policy consistent with the Corporation’s Articles of Incorporation. Members of the advisory Committee
shall not, by reason of their status as such, have any right to manage the affairs of the Corporation or to vote as
members or directors thereof. The Board of Directors may, by resolution adopted by a majority of Directors in
office, dissolve the Advisory Committee at any point.
6.2 Organization and Manner of Acting.
An Advisory Committee created pursuant to paragraph 6.1 of this Article VI shall make its own rules for its
structure and the regulation of its internal affairs.