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Left to right: Danielle Kramer, Summer Vogl, Brandon Goblirsch, Hillary Kletscher, Adam Schroepfer, Della Stage, Sam Swoboda 


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 Our 2010-2011 Chapter Officers

President: Hillary Kletscher
Vice President: Adam Schroepfer
Secretary: Summer Vogl
Treasurer: Della Stage
Reporter: Danielle Kramer
Sentinel: Brandon Goblirsch
Director: Sam Swaboda

Duties of Chapter Officers:

The President must preside over meetings according to accepted rules of Parliamentary Procedure. The President should also appoint committees and serve on them as an ex-officio, non-voting member. The President also coordinates activities of the chapter and evaluates the progress of each division of the POA. It is also important that the president represents the chapter in public relations and official functions.

The Vice President must assume all duties of the president if necessary. The Vice President should develop the POA and serve as an ex-officio, non- voting member of the POA committees. The Vice President should also strive to coordinate all committee work. The Vice President should also work closely with the advisor to assess programs toward meeting chapter goals.

The Secretary should prepare and post the agenda for each chapter meeting and also present the minutes of each chapter meeting. The Secretary should make sure that all committee reports are placed into the Secretary's file. The Secretary is responsible for chapter correspondence. The secretary should also maintain member attendance and activity records and issue membership cards. The Secretary should have the Secretary's file, copy of the POA including all standing and special committees, the Official FFA Manual and the Official FFA Student Handbook, and a copy of the chapter constitution and bylaws on hand for every meeting.

The Treasurer is in charge of recieving, recording, and depositing FFA funds and issuing receipts. The treasurer must present a monthly treasurer report at chapter meetings. The treasurer should also collect dues and special assessments. Neat and accurate treasury records should be maintained. The treasurer should prepare and submit the membership roster and dues to the National FFA organization through the state FFA association office in cooperation with the secretary. The Treasurer should also serve as chairperson of the finance committee.

The Reporter shall serve as chair of the POA public relations committee. The reporter should also be in charge of planning public information programs with local radio, television, newspaper and service clubs and make use of other opportunities to tell the FFA story. The Reporter should release news and information to local and regional news media, publish a chapter newsletter or website, and send local stories to area, district, and state reporters and any school publications. The reporter should also send articles and photographs to FFA New Horizons and other national and regional publications. The reporter should work with local media on radio and television appearances and FFA news. The reporter also serves as the chapter photographer and publish and maintain a chapter scrapbook.

The Sentinel should assist the president in maintaining order. The sentinel is in charge of keeping the meeting room, chapter equipment, and all supplies in proper and working condition. The sentinel should welcome all guests and visitors, keep the meeting room comfortable, and assist with special features and refreshments. The sentinel should also take charge of candidates for degree ceremonies.

The Director should assist all constitutional officers with their duties if help is needed. The Director may also be in charge of helping the reporter take pictures, keep up the website, and make a scrapbook.

 

 

 

 

 


  

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