¶ 1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 The January 1987 membership count stood at 3,513. Student membership was 717. The board approved of student members receiving both the Journal of Marriage and the Family and Family Relations with their membership dues. Section dues were raised to $5.00 for professional members, and for students they were set at $3.00 per Section. A motion was passed that if a Section did not have enough money to cover Section costs, and if the membership of a Section fell below 100, the Section would be considered insolvent and given 12 months to increase its funds or disband. Sections had to support their chair’s travel to Board meetings. The NCFR general account would not be used to support travel for Section chairs to Board meetings.