Presentation on theme: "In a Rotary Club. The Rotary Manual of Procedure states: The officers of a club are the President … and a Sergeant-at- Arms (who may or may not be members."— Presentation transcript:
In a Rotary Club
The Rotary Manual of Procedure states: The officers of a club are the President … and a Sergeant-at- Arms (who may or may not be members of the board as the bylaws of the club shall provide)."
Plays a vital role Allows the club President to concentrate on conducting the weekly meeting
To maintain order To be alert To prepare for the meeting To be a part of the overall success
What is the first responsibility? Prior to each meeting, you should…?
Always arrive at the meeting place at least 15 or 20 minutes ahead of time To ensure that every thing is ready
Tables and chairs Gavel, bell, banners and other regalia Club's Charter Sound system Lighting, temperature, ventilation Audiovisuals Introduction and Thank you of Guest Speaker
Be at the door Name badges 5-Minute warning Call to order Seating The meal Late arrivals Maintain order Early departures Fines Session Farewell to guests
Role of Sergeant-at-arms Walk over and bring to podium Introduce and present