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District bulletin editor’s duties
A district bulletin editor is the key communications and public relations person for the district. This person is charged with sharing news, correspondence and promotions from the district board to the clubs in your district and with promoting district events in your community. This role is a good fit for a person who enjoys regular communication with fellow board members and club representatives, has excellent writing skills and is willing to learn and follow Key Club graphics standards.
Duties and responsibilities
- Prepare and distribute communiqués for district board members and communiqués for clubs. Cover important topics in a timely manner.
- Attend required events/meetings.
- Present a bulletin editor’s report at all official board meetings.
- Strive to make all communications timely, well written, free of mistakes and follow the Key Club graphics standards.
In order to earn the Distinguished District Bulletin Editor Award, the bulletin editor should fulfill the above expectations, hold the office for at least 10 months, and perform at least 50 hours of service to home, school and community through Key Club activities.
For specific deadlines and point values, please see Distinguished District Bulletin Editor Award section of the Key Club Guidebook.