Minutes of Meetings

It is common at many clubs for the manager to undertake the preparation of all minutes, based on a long-standing layout and style. They will type them or arrange for them to be typed up by an assistant so that they are neat and easy to read. However, the job of drafting can in some cases fall to a committee member. Anyway, there is no reason why a chairman should not decide that he wants to alter the layout of the minutes to improve their efficiency. The 8 purposes of minutes are: 1.   In general, to record the activities of the meeting 2.   To fulfil any legal requirements or requirements of the Club Rules 3.   To record decisions on matters relevant to that meeting 4....
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