Meetings

Lions Club of Berkeley Annapurna is one of the premiere service organization of San Francisco bay formed by like-minded, service oriented Nepalese community of this region. Our mission is to bring the Nepalese community in a meaningful bond of brotherhood and trust, empowering volunteers to serve its community, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through its current and longterm activities.

We meet every second Sunday at:logos

Himalayan Flavors

1585 University Ave, Berkeley, California, USA

Time: 5 Pm to 7 PM. Time may change some time.Some time we may have meeting in Morning . Please contact Club Secretary for actual time.

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How to run a Club meeting in Lions Club

Lions Club leaders should be familiar with parliamentary procedures outlined in Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised (only available in English), through Club Supplies.

Club meetings should include a written agenda as well as:

A call to order by the president
An opening ceremony, e.g., the national anthem, salute to the flag, or other local custom
A roll call of members and the introduction of guests
The serving of refreshments, if any
The introduction of speaker(s)
The secretary’s report and the reading of the minutes from the previous meeting
The treasurer’s report – a copy should be filed for audit
The reading of minutes from the board of director’s meeting
The reading of correspondence received since the last meeting
The reading of committee reports and approval of actions
The discussion of old business
The presentation of new business
Adjournment

 

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