Our officers take care of the running of the club. They look after everything from selecting the short list of charities we support, fundraisers, events and our entertainment evenings.
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|President||Graham Green||After being the other half of a Rotarian for 8 years Graham thought it might be a good time to join as he was getting more heavily involved. So he joined in 2016 and is now looking forward to his year as President in 2019-20.|
|President Nominee||John Slade||“Rotary is a force for good within its own community and part of an international organisation looking to support those in true need. Having worked along Wimborne Road for many years I followed my wife into the Bournemouth North Club and have never looked back.
Wherever you are in the world a Rotary Club is nearby and welcoming”.
|Club Secretary||Mike Edwards||Mike’s duties involve more or less everything that the rest of the club leadership don’t do. He looks after the day to day running of the club, making sure that meetings take place and are recorded and all parties are kept in the loop.|
|Past President||Gabriel Shead||Gabriel has been a member of the Club for a number of years and during that time has held many jobs including President in 1992. He believes in helping others, and is now proud to have completed is second term as President.|
Other Officer Roles
|Past President (2018 – 19)||Gabriel Shead|
|Club Service Committee Chair||Roger Deas|
|Community & Vocational Service Committee Chair||Malcolm Jefferies|
|International Committee Chair||Peter Avis|
|Fundraising Committee Chair||John Spurgeon|
|Club Registrar||Steve Maidment|
|Membership Secretary||Chris Chubb|
|Business Partner Secretary||Steve Small|
|Sports Secretary||Terry Wood|
|Club Protection Officer||Steve Small|
|Conformity Officer||Mike Edwards||Data Protection Officer||Mike Edwards[/table_row]|
|Speakers Secretary||Mike Staton|
|Public Relations||Gerry Needham|