HOSTING DUTIES

Hosts' Responsibilities.


Hosts' Responsibilities.
The first named host should be  informed if you are unable to do your date. It is up to them to decide whether a substitute is needed. 

HOSTING: RESONSIBILITIES
        Greet Guests/Visitors/Speaker: Provide list of names for President. Ensure visiting Rotarians are introduced to at least one New Forest Rotarian who should then host them for the evening or reintroduce them to another member with similar interests.

       Visitors Book: Obtain signatures/address. Do this preferably as they arrive so that it can be before the President before he starts the meeting.

     
 Name Badges:  These are particularly useful for F&F and when there are recent new members..Make available and preferably hand out.(Collect from & deposit with hotel reception if not already out.)

       Grace : This will normally be said by the President or a senior Club member nominated by him.  Check this with the President before the meeting.

       Top Table:  Consult with President & organise preferably before the meeting to avoid shuffling people who have settled in their seats - particularly on Family and Friends night. Check that the top table is in an appropriate position and check the number of places available.  
 

        Sound System. Check that the speakers,amplifier, microphones etc have been placed in the meeting room. They will be normally be set up by either Sam or Lawrie.

        Dinner commencement: Liaise with Hotel staff.

'What We Do' Main Pages:

Extra funds from the Dan Snow Evening, added to the Club Charity funds enabled us to give £4,500 to those in need

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Cheque for the Brockenhurst 'Food Rescue Kitchen.

We continue to be make donations to local charitable groups during the Covid pandemic. We show some of them here.

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What is Rotary? Who are we? What on earth do we do? Do we enjoy ourselves? (definitely yes!!)

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Sam gets a present from Tina on behalf of Heartbeat.

One of our great pleasures is handing over cheques or items to our choosen charities and special people. Just a few of dozens each year are shown here.

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President Sam had the pleasure of handing out the dictionaries to Year 6 of Calmore Junior School.

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EVERY YEAR WE SUPPORT AND ASSIST A NUMBER OF CHARITIES AND SIMILAR GROUPS HELPING OTHERS, LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL. THIS PAGE SHOWS THOSE IN RECENT YEARS

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We sponsored Martin in a very successful project at Abbotswood School and he has since reached out to other schools.

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The following document by Laura Luff, the Senior Development Manager, sets out the LifeLab initiative.

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HONEYPOT CHARITY. OUR FUNDING AND WORK.

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Cover Note, Covid19 effects, need for risk assessments plus.

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Hosts' Responsibilities.

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Where banners,tabards,buckets, christmas items, bingo kit, booklets, and a host of other items are and who holds them. Items held by Tony R will be passed to Ken G when Tony is on holiday.

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The CEO of Wessex Heartbeat made a very special surprise presentation and received one himself.

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Official Opening Day. June 2015

ROSE ROAD SENSORY GARDEN. At the official opening the sun and the garden looked very serene. A great conclusion to a joint venture..

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Celebrated 100 years of Rotary International

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One of President Lawrie's Charities for 2015-16

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'Alison MacGregor', The Solent Dolphin

Solent Dolphin wins Queen's Award for Voluntary Service

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