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What are the duties of a bowling league secretary?

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Bowling league secretaries record meeting minutes, distribute league documentation to members, manage membership, and maintain information on standings. The secretary communicates with league members and the U.S. Bowling Congress, the national bowling governing body.

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The bowling league secretary handles many of the administrative tasks for the league as a whole and for the individual players and teams. The secretary distributes information to the bowlers such as the league rules, prize lists, league applications and schedules. The secretary submits the applications and fees to the U.S. Bowling Congress. League secretaries maintain lists of bowlers and their standings throughout the season. At the end of the season, the secretary submits results for the season to the appropriate bowling association.

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