I don't think that the treasurer is the best pick as they purchase the items and are keeping track of them? Too easy for the treasurer to double purchase an item and add one of them to his personal collection.Kid Twist said:If you can assign that job to one of the officers at first, that's probably for the best, especially if your library is pretty small. While it would make sense to give this to the secretary, it may actually make sense to give it to an officer that doesn't have quite as many immediate duties, since the secretary is usually pretty busy with a lot of other small duties. The treasurer might actually be a good choice here, since the treasurer is also going to need to figure out if new games need to be purchased.
It's possible, but from what I've seen, most clubs usually don't need to worry about this too much. First, if your members are having some input on games that are being purchased, there shouldn't be any surprises. Second, most gaming clubs aren't working with that large of a budget, so an extra board game purchased would be noticed pretty easily. Yes, the treasurer could keep an extra set of books, and blah blah, but if the person stealing from the club is really that thorough in planning this, there's not much a regular gaming club can do to stop him other thanI don't think that the treasurer is the best pick as they purchase the items and are keeping track of them? Too easy for the treasurer to double purchase an item and add one of them to his personal collection.
That's not something I had considered, but it does make sense. As long as the game is at least equal in value to the regular dues and is a complete game, I wouldn't see any problem with this as long as you have the room to store said games, and you didn't have a bunch of people going to Wal-Mart to purchase games no one wants to play.In regards to building a library that members may donate a (complete) game instead of dues.