New Hampshire Intergroup (NHI)


NHI is a service body for Overeaters Anonymous®. Our primary purpose is to carry the message – to help the still suffering compulsive overeater – through the Twelve Step recovery program of Overeaters Anonymous.

Recording Secretary

Status: Filled
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  • Take notes of everything that happens during meetings. All reports, motions and discussions are recorded.
  • Record the meetings to ensure accuracy of the minutes. The recordings are not kept as a permanent record.
  • Create the Secretary’s report, using meeting notes and the recording. Submit to the NHI Chair a copy of the report for review one week prior to next NHI business meeting. Chair will offer corrections/clarifications, and the Secretary will assist Chair in setting agenda for the upcoming meeting.
  • Distribute copies of the final draft report, via email to the NHI group reps prior to the next meeting and deliver 10 printed copies for review at the next meeting.
  • Review final report with intergroup at next meeting, noting any necessary corrections.
  • Submit final report to webmaster for posting on NHI website.
  • Maintain attendance records of meeting.
  • Maintain copies of all minutes, treasurer’s reports, newsletters and other pertinent records in a safe and responsible manner.
  • Submit and track receipts from all secretarial expenses for reimbursement by treasurer. Authorized expenses may include postage, printing, supplies and phone charges.
  • Answer correspondence directed to the secretary or as directed by NHI.
  • Maintain document version control when performing the following tasks:
    • Update NHI By-Laws and NHI Charter as needed.
    • Update NHI History and NHI Policies and Procedures at year’s end.
    • Update NHI officer and committee job descriptions using input from current officers and committee chairmen.
    • Update NHI Speakers List.
    • Perform service, as possible, to support NHI officers, NHI members and local meetings.

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