Brian Linnekens has once again demonstrated his outstanding commitment to the Santa Monica Community.
Santa Monica, California (PRWEB) January 17, 2012
In mid-2011, Brian Linnekens formally completed a two year term as the Director of Meetings for the Santa Monica Rotary Club. During his tenure, Brian Linnekens oversaw all of the committees responsible for production of the weekly Rotary meetings. These committees were responsible for all meeting functions, including meeting logistics, membership greeting, guest introductions, birthday recognition and many others. In addition to oversight of these club functions, this position gave Brian Linnekens the opportunity to help shape the direction of the Santa Monica Rotary Club during the monthly policy meetings of the Board of Directors.
Each year, the Santa Monica Rotary Club holds a special event to transfer power from the outgoing leadership to the new incoming Board of Directors. During the 2011 event, President Paul Gaulke thanked Brian Linnekens and the rest of the Board of Directors. “I’d like to thank the members of my Board of Directors for their service this year,” Mr. Gaulke said, “I could not have done it without you.”
Brian R. Linnekens has been involved with the Santa Monica Rotary Club for many years. Membership in the Rotary Club is by invitation only, and Mr. Linnekens was chosen to join the Rotary Club because of his standing in the community and his adherence to the high morals standards of the Club. Brian Linnekens has held positions on several committees in the Santa Monica Rotary Club, including the Meetings Committee and coveted Recruiting Committee. Mr. Linnekens also reinvigorated the long dormant Rotary ‘Round LA Committee which gave fellow Rotarians the ability visit venues around the Los Angeles area which otherwise might not have been available to the public.
“I am honored to be a member of the Santa Monica Rotary Club,” said Linnekens “and I would also like to express my deep gratitude to the Santa Monica Rotary Club for giving me this opportunity to serve on the Board of Directors.” Brian Linnekens has now expressed his desire to dedicate his time to several of the Rotary committees which focus on new member attraction and retention. “I feel that my perspective and ideas may be particularly useful with respect to the engagement and retention of new members to our Club,” Linnekens said, “and I truly look forward to years of continued service to our Club and community.”
For more information regarding Brian Linnekens and his involvement with the Santa Monica rotary club, please click here: http://brianlinnekensrotary.info/brian-linnekens.html