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President

The President shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the Association and shall preside at all meetings of the Board and General Meetings. The President shall, ex-officio, be a member of all Committees of the Association and ensure that the Officers and Committees perform their respective duties. Any duty not specifically assigned to another Executive Officer shall be the responsibility of the President to perform or assign. The President, or person delegated by the President, shall act as the official representative of Squash NL in all relevant matters. The President shall report regularly to the Board and its membership.

Vice-President Junior Programs

Working closely with the President, the Vice-President: Junior Programs shall be responsible for the junior programs. Responsibility for the junior program shall include the setting of junior tournaments, holding development camps for junior players, oversight of the Canada Games process and anything associated with junior players. The Vice-President shall report regularly to the Board and its membership.

Vice-President Senior Programs

Working closely with the President, the Vice-President: Senior Programs shall be responsible for the senior programs. Responsibility for the senior program shall include the setting of senior tournaments, holding development camps for senior players who are interested in improving their ability to play squash, selecting senior teams to represent the province in regional or national competitions and anything associated with the senior program. The Vice-President shall report regularly to the Board and its membership.

Treasurer

The Treasurer shall have charge of the finances of the Association. He/she shall deposit all monies and other valuable effects of the Association in the name and to the credit of the Association in banks or other depositories as the Board may from time to time designate by resolution, and shall render to the Board, whenever directed by the Board, an account of the financial condition of the Association and of all of their transactions. As soon as possible after the close of each fiscal year he/she shall make and submit to the Annual General Meeting a financial report for such fiscal year. The Treasurer shall have charge and custody of and be responsible for the keeping of the books of account of the Association.

Secretary

The Secretary shall have charge of the records and minutes of the Association. He/she shall be responsible to keep a record of all meetings of the Board. He/she shall distribute minutes to all members of the Board within 5 working days from the date of the meeting. He/she shall be responsible to send a copy of the Agenda to all members of the Board before each meeting. He/she shall be responsible to maintain membership records for the Association.