Official Baby-Sitters Club Stationary
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Official Baby-Sitters Club Stationary
This custom Baby-sitters Club paper will present you as a
(fashion-conscious) professional.
Official Baby-Sitters Club Membership Badges
You'll be the envy of the block with these official
(and trendy) badges!
Official Baby-Sitters Club Door Sign
To keep meetings private, print and post this sign to
let people know you mean business!
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Club Rules
  1. Every job that comes along must be offered to all members of the club before someone takes it.
  2. Pick a hairbrush. Only whoever is holding the hairbrush can talk at that time.
  3. You must always greet a caller with, "Hello, this is the Baby-sitters Club, ______ speaking."
  4. Write down the address, phone number, and the age of your charges. Also take note of any special requests.
  5. If one sitter cannot make his/her charge another sitter must take his/her place.
  6. Keep an official notebook to record your problems and experiences with specific charges for other members to read/learn from.
  7. Maintain specific business hours for phone calls.
  8. Interview potential new members to make sure they're good baby-sitters.
  9. All decisions are made final by majority vote. In the event of a tie, the president will decide.
  10. If you're going to be late to a meeting, call ahead and let the other members know. Be considerate!
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Our Roles & Responsibilities

PRESIDENT

  • Represents the club in all club-related matters.
  • Takes personal responsibility for any issues with clients.
  • Takes care of club book.
  • Organizes and leads meetings.

VICE-PRESIDENT

  • Holds club meetings at her/his house.
  • Handles all club phone calls when then the President cannot.
  • Acts as president if the president is not present.

TREASURER

  • Keeps account of club payment rates.
  • Tracks total money earned and customers per week.
  • Provides feedback report of numbers every two weeks.

SECRETARY

  • Takes all notes for each meeting.
  • Records all client calls during meetings.
  • Must have neat, easy-to-read handwriting and/or fast-typing skills.

ALTERNATE OFFICER

  • Offers support to all other officers.
  • Takes the place of a missing officer, if they cannot attend a meeting.
  • Must have skills in leadership, organization, and mathematics in case they sit in as another officer.
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