January 25, 2002
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Ramsey County Library, Roseville Branch
2180 Hamline Avenue North
Are you an officer or official for a civic, service or government group?
Are you a new officer who would like to be introduced to the basics of parliamentary procedure?
Are you a member of a group who would like to take part in more effective and efficient meetings?
is an opportunity you will not want to miss!
internationally renown as one of the world’s foremost
professional parliamentarians, will lead a symposium on January
25 from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
at the Roseville Branch of the Ramsey
County Library. Mr. Gmeinder
has taught thousands of people how to have meetings that produce results and
save time. He is certified to teach
parliamentary procedure and will be
sharing his extensive knowledge to help you conduct better meetings.
Gmeinder says, “The correct use of parliamentary procedure promotes common
sense and common courtesy. Those
who understand and use parliamentary procedure to its best advantage are able to
conduct democratic, flexible meetings where members rights are protected and a
fair hearing is assured for all.” He
adds, “Robert’s Rules of Order
is not meant to be used as a weapon, but rather as a time-tested tool to
facilitate the meeting process.”
this instructive session, Mr. Gmeinder will teach you the purpose and importance
of agendas, how to insure your group’s members get their say, how to present,
move and vote on motions, and the use of “seconds.”
is easy and free of charge, but space is limited! To reserve a place at the seminar, call 651-603-1900 or click here
to register online no later than January 22, 2002.
The first twenty people to register will receive a copy of the
informative pamphlet A-B-C’s of Parliamentary Procedure at no charge. Better
meetings are just a phone call or a click away – sign up today!
This symposium is
offered without charge and solely as an educational
tool for community members through sponsorships by
North Suburban Gavel Association, Roseville VFW, and
Roseville Citizens Council for Fair and Open Government