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District treasurer’s duties
The district treasurer is charged with accurately tracking and reporting the district financial accounts. The person who fills this role should be responsible and detail-oriented and deadline-driven. There should be no doubts about this person’s integrity. The district treasurer is the go-to person for account status and reports and, therefore, should keep accurate and up-to-date records that can be readily shared with the board.
Duties and responsibilities
- Prepare and distribute most recent monthly financial reports and dues reports to the district board.
- Prepare and distribute communiqués to club treasurers and communiqués to the district board. Cover important topics in a timely manner.
- Send notification of delinquent dues status to Key Club presidents, school principals, presidents of sponsoring Kiwanis clubs and faculty advisors at appropriate times.
- Attend required meetings and events.
- Present a treasurer’s report at all official board meetings.
- Demonstrate a strong relationship with the board liaison by sending all copies of the district treasurer’s board newsletter to the liaison and communicating with him/her.
- 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 Treasurer’s Award, the district treasurer 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 Treasurer’s Award section of the Key Club Guidebook.