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Annual meeting information

Rotary Club of

Perrysburg, Ohio

Annual Meeting Information

Overview of board structure, nominations, and bylaws revision 2012

Background information
Background information

  • Our current board of directors composition was last changed in 2010. At that time, the “track” to presidency was reduced. Previously a presidential nominee was required to serve as director in all avenues of service prior to becoming President.

  • Since 2010 Rotary International has provided some key direction and training for the officers of a club.

  • Training at all district assemblies and Rotary Leadership Institute trainings are based on RI’s recommended model.

  • The major component of the Leadership Model includes 5 Core Committees as a basis for organizing Rotary Clubs.

5 core committees
5 Core Committees

  • Based RI research, clubs do best when served by five strong committees:

    • MEMBERSHIP- responsible for recruiting, classifying, orientating, and initiating new members.

    • PUBLIC RELATIONS- responsible for the public image of the club. The resource that committee chairs look to when promoting their event.

    • CLUB ADMINISTRATION- responsible for weekly meeting speakers, fellowship events, and assisting secretary in other club administrative details.

    • FOUNDATION AWARENESS- responsible for keeping the club aware of The Rotary Foundation (the big one out of Evanston) and encouraging donations from Club Members.

    • SERVICE PROJECTS- responsible for ensuring the club’s projects are successfully serving the various avenues of service.

Board structure key changes
Board Structure Key Changes Board with this Leadership Model.

  • Eliminate Avenue of Service Directors

  • Split Secretary/Treasurer roles

  • All positions are elected.

  • Board consistency through strengthened terms:

    • Presidential nominees are 5 year terms

    • All other officers are 3 year terms

What happened to avenues of service
What happened to Avenues of Service? Board with this Leadership Model.

  • Club Service

  • Vocational

  • International

  • New Generations

  • Community Service

They are a part of each of our 5 Core Committees.

Board structure affects bylaws
Board Structure Affects Bylaws Board with this Leadership Model.

  • Updating language to reflect new board size of 9 members: Pres, Pres Elect, 1st VP, 2nd VP, IPP, Sec, Treas, Sergeant, Service Projects.

  • Sec, Treas, Sergeant, Service Projects elected for 3 years. Initial terms will be staggered.

  • Service Project director added as a position.

Other bylaw updates
Other Bylaw Updates Board with this Leadership Model.

  • Senior Active Members shall pay for lunch when they attend.

  • Online bill payment permitted for bills as long as they have been approved at the Board of Directors meeting.

  • Board reserves the right to enlist professional bookkeeping services to assist the club.

  • Added section to document revision history dates.

Nominations are open
Nominations are Open Board with this Leadership Model.

  • If you are interested in a board position please submit on nominations form.

  • Please think of how your talents and skills can benefit the club.

  • Submit names of other Rotarians who you believe embody the Rotary motto of Service Above Self.

Elected at annual meeting on December 7 Board with this Leadership, 2012