Three board positions are open, or will be shortly, and the club needs individuals who can step up and support and grow Striders.
Terms are two years, with the option of one renewal. Club meetings are held approximately nine times a year and are casual and social events. Come hang out with fellow runners!
The Secretary is responsible for recording the minutes of board meetings, ensuring their accuracy and availability, and keeping membership records updated.
- Write up and distribute club meeting agendas
- Take notes at meetings and post notes on website and/or Facebook
- Update membership records online (with Treasurer)
- Monitor club's email
Ron Peck, Treasurer, will finish his two terms on the board in December. The Treasurer is responsible for the club’s financial accounts.
- Manage checking account
- Check club PO mailbox
- Update membership records online (with Secretary)
- File taxes
- Pay Road Runners Club of America dues
Alicia MacLeay, Communications, will finish her two terms on the board in December. The Communications officer oversees the club's web, social, newsletter, and other communication, plus updates the Maine race calendar.
Main responsibilities (which can be divided up among multiple people):
- Maintain club's Maine race calendar
- Maintain/update club website
- Send out newsletter (approximately monthly)
- Serve as Admin for club Facebook page and Facebook group (share club news, create Facebook club events, etc)
Help continue our legacy as the oldest active running club in Maine. If you can help with any of the above, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, come to a monthly club meeting, or reach out to a current board member.
- President: Brendan Gilpatrick
- Vice President: Ryan Goebel
- Treasurer: Ron Peck
- Communications: Alicia MacLeay
Established in 1975, Central Maine Striders is the oldest, active running club in Maine, and is a completely volunteer-run organization. The club is open to all interested runners and serves runners of all ages, abilities, and interest levels in the Central Maine area.