Monthly Roster
 
 
 
 
 
 
Meeting Duties
Duties for Greeter and Steward inc Grace and Parting Thought
  1. Arrive 30 minutes early to ensure the meeting is set-up correctly.
  2. Take out the Presidents chain, raffle books, Rotary silver gong/bell, Grace board, Projector and extension lead and put these up in the meeting area.
  3. Take out the members name tag box and put on the small table outside the meeting room entrance doors.
  4. Stand near the cashier and assistant cashier and meet and greet everyone attending the meeting.
  5. Either read the grace from the Rotary grace board or you may wish to provide your own alternative when asked to by the person opening the meeting.
  6. After the meeting and as requested by the club president, give a parting thought to members and guests present. Note: The parting thought is your choice and on any subject matter.
  7. Return everything to its original place after the meeting. NB Please ensure that all the members name tags have been returned before putting the name tag box away.
Duties of the Cashier
  1. Arrive at least 25 minutes before the meeting starts: - 11.50 am.
  2. Collect the monies for the meal using EFTPOS provided from those attending the meeting.
  3. Mark the members present as they arrive on the attendance register sheet. (The attendance register sheet and EFTPOS equipment and instruction sheet will be provided and given to you at the meeting)
  4. Balance the EFTPOS receipts with the number of people attending the meeting.
  5. Give the attendance sheet showing balances and people attending all to the club treasurer once everyone has arrived and the meeting has started.
Sell raffle tickets
 
Duties of the Assistant Cashier
  1. Arrive at least 25 minutes before the meeting starts:- 11.50 am
  2. Assist the cashier with the following duties marked from 3 to 6 below.
  3. Help with EFTPOS collection of monies for the meal from those attending the meeting.
  4. Mark the members present as they arrive on the attendance register sheet. (The attendance register sheet and EFTPOS equipment and instruction sheet will be provided and given to you at the meeting)
  5. Give the attendance sheet showing the EFTPOS receipts and people attending to the club treasurer once everyone has arrived and the meeting has started.
  6. Sell raffle tickets
Duties of the Speaker Host and Thank you
  1. Meet and introduce yourself to the guest speaker when they arrive.
  2. Check whether the speaker requires audio / visual aids or intends using a Power Point and introduce the speaker to the person responsible for technical aids. If unsure who that is, ask the President or Roster person.
  3. Take the guest speaker to collect their meal when asked to by the person opening the meeting.
  4. Sit with the guest speaker during the meal.
  5. You will introduce the speaker.
  6. Once the guest speaker has finished their talk you are to thank the speaker on behalf of the club. Thank them for the time taken to attend etc. (please not a critique on their talk).
  7. Present the speaker with a Rotary pen and the certificate of gift to Rotary Foundation on their behalf. You will find these items in the main cupboard.
Duties of the Raffle Donor
  1. Supply a box of chocolates, bottle of wine or similar for the raffle drawn at the meeting.
  2. Leave your raffle prize on the table at which the President will be seated. 
Duties of RYE Student Host
  1. On the night before the meeting phone our student and check as to what is to happen. The phone number for our student is always available on the ClubRunner app. 
    Ask whether he / she will be available to come to Rotary the following day.
    If yes, then arrange a meeting time and place. The student will be already appraised of the best place to meet and the best time which is usually 11:45 am for our lunch meeting.
    Be aware that if your duty is in school holiday time it may be that the student needs to be picked up from home.
  2. Make sure you make your appointed time when you pick the student up.
  3. Remember at the end of the Rotary meeting that you are also responsible for returning our student to wherever you picked him / her up earlier.
  4. The car trip is an excellent time to discuss any trips the student may be planning. Should you have something planned which could include our student, this would be an excellent time to invite him / her. Maybe invite them out for a meal (does not have to be flash) to your home or if you have some function that you think they would enjoy, be their host. If you are picking the student up from the College please give the the student your car registration number for safety and security reasons, and ensure that they will get in the correct vehicle. 
  5. Most importantly - if you are unable to fulfil your duty please make alternative arrangements with another Club member. Do not ring the non-Rotarian RYE Student's Hosts as they are not necessarily members of the Club and helping with attendance at our Club lunch is not within what they signed up for. Your cooperation is really appreciated.