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Each week club members are selected to be both Greeters as members arrive and also serve as Fine Masters at the end of the meeting.
 
GREETER DUTIES
 
Welcome all who come in for the breakfast and meeting.
Have all visitors and Senior Active members who pay for their breakfast sign the Visitor Log sheet. All should include the appropriate
code for their breakfast in the code column of the log. Codes and appropriate costs are on the lower left side of the log.
If a club member wishes to be billed for a visitor's breakfast, have them include their name and circle the appropriate column on the visitor log. 
If change must be made between the cash box and the Fraffle basket, it must be dollar for dollar. No mixing of the monies.
Fraffle Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. Only club members may buy Fraffle tickets.
Greeters can shut down at 7:10. Take cash box, Fraffle Ticket basket and visitor log to the Treasurer and go get breakfast.
 
FINE MASTER DUTIES
The role of Fine Master is an important element in building our Club’s fellowship. Your job as a Fine Master requires preparation.
It is recommended that you be developing your fines during the week before, not the night before, the Friday meetings. Here are a few suggestions:
 
INAPPROPRIATE FINES - NOT RECOMMENDED:
 
Mass fines are not appropriate. Example – "All Those Who Didn't Watch the Seahawks Game last Sunday pay a buck."
Table fines are not appropriate. Example – "All those at Jim's table, how many district governors has our club produced?"
 
APPROPRIATE FINES:
 
Individual accomplishments.
Individual references in newspapers or other publications.
Small group fines for those participating in a particular event or work party.
Individual gaffes.
Anything relating to the individual before breakfast or during the meeting.
Anything funny or interesting about an individual regardless of when it occurred.
 
PLEASE COORDINATE TIMING BEFORE FRIDAY WITH THE OTHER FINE MASTERS WHEN PREPARING YOUR SESSION
 
Also, while acting as a greeter, you should be on the lookout for anyone unfamiliar waiting alone in the Son's lobby.
Ask the person if they are here to attend the Rotary meeting.
 
If they are waiting for their host Rotarian who hasn’t arrived yet, invite them to come in to the dining hall, sign them in as a guest, and
introduce them to another Rotarian in the area who can serve as a substitute host until the visitor's host arrives.
All Rotarians should welcome the opportunity to meet new people and chat. Don’t leave anyone standing alone, unattended.