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All Board Members must sign the Board of Commissioners Code of Conduct.

                                                                                   JBO BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS CODE OF CONDUCT


            Junior Baseball Organization Inc. is an Oregon non-profit corporation that exists to provide young boys and girls an opportunity to participate in an organized baseball experience. It is the goal of Junior Baseball to provide each child, regardless of skill level, an opportunity to compete in baseball against other players of equal skill and grade. We will purposefully aid in each athlete’s development of positive character traits and values that will foster success throughout their lifetime. We will coach skills, mental and physical growth, a respect for the rules of the game, and essential principles of sportsmanship, safety, and fair play. Junior Baseball is devoted to creating an environment where coaches, parents, fans, umpires, and athletes work together to accomplish our mission.


Board of Commissioners Code of Conduct

1.     Each commissioner will abide in all respects by the JBO Board of Commissioners Code of Conduct and all other rules and regulations of the organization.

2.     Commissioners will conduct the business affairs of the organization in good faith and honesty, integrity, due diligence, and with reasonable competence.

3.     Commissioners will exercise proper authority and good judgment when dealing with organization matters and the community in general. Commissioners will respond to all in a responsible, respectable, and professional manner. Ridiculing or demeaning: abusive or profane language is not tolerated.

4.     Each member of the board of commissioners will perform his or her assigned duties in a professional and timely manner, pursuant to rules, regulations, bylaws, and board direction.

5.     The Board of Commissioners dedicates itself to leading by example in serving the needs of our organization, our districts, our associations, and also in representing the best interests of the youth baseball players we serve.

6.     Commissioners must act at all times in the best interest of the organization and not for personal or third party gain or financial enrichment. If there is a potential conflict of interest, commissioners will identify the conflict and remove themselves from all discussion and voting on the matter.

By signing below, you agree that the board’s code of conduct serves as a code of ethics for all Board Commissioners and that code violations may result in disciplinary actions, including censorship or suspension of voting privileges, as provided in the JBO Bylaws, Article 3.12.