MNWT Fast Start: Local President
The following Fast Start is designed to help you begin your year well-rounded, and on the right track. This will, in turn, help your chapter run smoothly. All verification must be sent to the state president by July 15. Special recognition may be give to those who complete the program; awards will be presented at Fall State.

ALL VERIFICATION IS TO BE SENT BY JULY 15. Copies of all information that verifies completion must be emailed separately. All items must be DATED. Your district director will verify attendance at district meeting/orientation. LOTS chairperson will verify LOTS attendance.

Responses to the online form will be viewed by your district director and the state president. Fill in as much information as you know. Upon completion of the form, click Submit; you will receive a confirmation screen if your form has been successfully submitted. (rev 2019)
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  • Provide a brief description of information covered.
  • List the attendees: two or more officers required to attend.
  • Enter the date and attendees of your LPM taining session.
  • Membership ideas area available from the membership manual or m-events found on the mnwt.org website.
  • Check all that have been completed. For the Financial Budget, review Treasurer Manual for helpful hints.
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    Hold or have scheduled an m-event any time first trimester; send an agenda or invitation to the AVP.
  • One or two of these may be added at the discretion of the State President; review her MNJOTS CIP for the details.
  • Goals

    Establish measurable goals in the following areas and write how you will achieve them.
  • consider activation, retention, recruitment
  • consider service, fundraising, certification
  • consider increasing attendance, adding fun, improving efficiency
  • consider community visibility; public relations; significant projects for or contributions to the community; and/or more personal goals about what you would like to accomplish during the year
  • consider community visibility; public relations; significant projects for or contributions to the community; and/or more personal goals about what you would like to accomplish during the year
  • Events for Yearly Calendar

    Develop a yearly calendar of events planning for projects in the following areas: