Treasuer's Duties

The treasurer  needs to know how to count, add, subtract money.


In the meeting the treasurer  give the report on the chapter's money. This report is called the treasure's report.


The treasurer  puts the chapter's money in the bank.


The treasurer keeps track of all the money the chapter makes and all the money the chapter spends. The treasurer keeps this information in a book.


The treasurer goes to the officer's meetings and helps plan the agenda for the chapters meeting.


The treasurer goes to the chapter's  meetings. If he or she is not able to go, he or she should let the president know before the meeting so that someone can take his or her place.


The treasurer helps in the meetings when needed or asked.