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Author malcolmw  Date 12 Nov 09, 21:45  Views 5573
Description The role and responsibilities of the Club Sergeant at Arms
Category Toastmaster Officers  Type Information

Sergeant at Arms

The 'Sergeant at Arms' manages the physical aspects of meetings.

Specific duties include:

    * Arrive early before meetings and set up the room. (For example: chairs, banner, lights, lectern, nametags.)

    * Act as master host in welcoming members and guests.

    * In some Clubs, the SAA starts the meeting.

    * Help with the orderly conduct of the meetings - for example, collecting ballots and counting votes.

    * After meetings, restore the room to the condition required by the landlord/owner.

    * Between meetings, look after club property that cannot be stored at the meeting venue.

    * Coordinate and implement orders of equipment supplies.

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