Club Officer Spotlight: Sergeant at Arms

By Kristie Popa

Do you like to lend a helping hand? The Sergeant at Arms assists the President with club duties and keeps order during the meetings.

Take a look at the requirements for the club Sergeant at Arms as well as the job description to find out more about what the job of the Sergeant at Arms entails.

Job Requirements:
-Enrolled in the Charlotte County 4-H program
-Must be able to attend meetings regularly

Job Description:
The Sergeant at Arms helps the meeting run smoothly by completing the tasks outlined below:
-Make sure that club flags and banners are properly displayed and stored.
-Greet guest speakers, help them set up etc.
-Help the club President count votes during a club meeting.
-Make sure everyone signs in on the attendance sheet.
-Hand out and collect items.
-Help clean and put away tables & chairs and clean the room after the meeting.


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Posted: August 28, 2020

Category: 4-H & Youth, Clubs & Volunteers, Curriculum
Tags: Club Officer, Sergeant At Arms

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