In a rare but not unprecedented occurrence, the shareholders of a small fund are being asked to renew the fund's investment advisory contract, so that the advisor can be paid for the first time in nearly a year.

Shareholders of the $6.8 million Capital Management Mid-Cap Fund are being asked to re-approve the investment advisory agreement the fund has with its investment manager, Capital Management Associates of New York, as well as the fund's five-year-old 12b-1 plan.

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