Club Goals At year-end (June 30), a club should have at least 20 members OR a net growth of at least five new members. 2 Membership Growth
10 Club Goals 1.Two CCs 2.Two more CCs 3.One ACB, ACS, or ACG 4.One more ACB, ACS, or ACG 5.One CL, ALB, ALS, or DTM 6.One more CL, ALB, ALS, or DTM 3 7.Four new members 8.Four more new members 9.Minimum of four club officers trained during each of two training periods 10.One semiannual dues renewal report and one club officer list sub- mitted to WHQ on time
Recognition Distinguished 4 Distinguished Club Goals Select Distinguished President’s Distinguished 5 out of 10 Goals Achieved 7 out of 10 Goals Achieved 9 out of 10 Goals Achieved
The Distinguished Club Program The Goals The Rules The Club Success Plan 5 & Club Success Plan (Item 1111) It Explains:
The Club Success Plan Lists the 10 goals. Helps determine how a club can meet the 10 goals. Allows a club to set additional goals. Outlines strategies for achieving goals. Identifies resources a club may use to help achieve goals. Has additional space to write in assignments, develop a timetable and track accomplishments. 6 The Plan:
Motivation A healthy club means healthy members. THIS MEANS YOU! A healthy club means healthy members. THIS MEANS YOU! 7 What’s In It for Me?
Conclusion Find new members Achieve educational awards Be trained as a club officer Submit the officer list by the deadline To attain Distinguished Status 8 Every member must:
Conclusion New members = New ideas New members = New personalities Educational growth = Improved speaking Educational growth = Improved leadership Distinguished = Recognition Everyone Benefits 9