The Chapter Director at Old Glory assumes overall responsibility for the administration of the chapter, conducts the chapter meetings, coordinates officer responsibilities and provides a safe, social environment for members to get together, and works to make sure that we “Ride and Have Fun”. We are always looking for members to get more involved and for new ideas and rides. Contact the Director with any questions regarding the chapter or if you are interested in becoming more involved.
The Assistant Director at Old Glory works with the Director in ensuring the chapter is running effectively. The Assistant Director is also the liaison for the MD/DE state rally. Our Assistant Director promotes the chapter to new members and provides opportunities for all of our members to get to know other.
The Secretary oversees all of the administrative needs of the chapter. This includes documenting all of our chapter meetings, oversees the membership process, maintaining all of our release forms and other legal ocuments. The Old Glory Secretary also oversees the chapter giveaways at monthly meetings, and provides updates on members.
The Treasurer manages all chapter funds for the year, provides a yearly budget and ensures we stay on track with spending. Tax preparation, budget forecasting, and financial reporting are all part of our Treasurers responsibilities.
Our many activities are coordinated by our Activities Officer. These include our Chapter Breakfast, primary events, poker runs, and chapter picnic. The Activities Officer encourages chapter members to volunteer at activities and become involved in the chapter. We are always looking for new ways to get together and have fun. Contact the Activities Officer with any ideas for events or to volunteer to help.
The Senior Road Captain is responsible for managing the ride program and ensuring that the Old Glory H.O.G. Chapter has enough rides on the calendar that it would be near impossible for anyone to do them all. The Senior Road Captain assigns Road Captains and ensures we have safe, well trained Road Captains on every ride on the calendar. Contact the Senior Road Captain with any suggestions on rides or if there are any questions regarding group riding in our chapter.
Ensures that chapter members have a current national H.O.G. membership, enrolls new members the chapter, and maintains the chapter roster. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Old Glory Chapter, contact the Membership Officer for information on joining, or if you are a current member and your information needs to be updated.
Our editor authors, edits and facilitates the distribution of our chapter newsletter. Members are encouraged to submit articles, so if you have a story you would like to share or information you want to give to the membership, submit your information to the Editor by the 20th of each month for inclusion in the newsletter.
At Old Glory, member safety is a priority. Our Safety Officer provides information on safe riding and our riding style and why we ride as we do. The Safety officer also helps coordinate motorcycle safety courses for those interested.
Our LOH officer encourages our women riders, passengers, and general members to take an active part in the Old Glory Chapter. There are many different ways for the ladies in the chapter to become involved – whether working with our charities or assisting at a chapter meeting, to participating in and planning chapter rides and events. Ladies, if you wish to help support the chapter and become more involved, contact our LOH officer.
Handles keeping up our ride binder, which is located at the dealership and contains many rides for our members to do. They also administer our ride programs such as the Chapter Mileage Program, assists with the assignments of rides and training, and informing the membership of our riding style. Contact our Ride Programs Officer to get involved with our Chapter Mileage Challenge.
The H.O.G. Chapter Manager acts as the liaison between the dealership and the H.O.G. Chapter. He ensures that the goals of both the dealership and the chapter are being met and that the chapter is continuing to meet our commitment of “Ride and Have Fun.”
Ensures new chapter members are welcomed into the chapter and followed up with to participate in rides and events, and welcome members at these events. Serve as a mentor or buddy to the new members. Follows up with members, specifically with members who have not been out to a ride or event to keep communication open and provide upcoming information and encourage participation.
Our chapter website is authored, edited and updated by our chapter Webmaster. The Webmaster works in providing up-to-date information on-line so that our membership stays aware of all of our rides and events. Our website is the best place to go for information on what is going on.