How to Conduct a Club Meeting?

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The best way to conduct a club meeting is to first assemble everyone in one location. Then the person in charge of the meeting calls it to order. When the meeting begins you should ask if there is any old business to discuss, any old business that needs to be revisited, and then there is the treasurer's report, and any communications from all of the officers. Finally there are reports by committee officers, announcements, and a request to adjourn the meeting.
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