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A person who arranges the social activities of a person or organization.
- ‘‘Clearly with the new social secretary, there is a new set of eyes and a new vision,’ said Mr. Scheib, whose imminent departure was first reported Friday by The Washington Post.’
- ‘Capricia Marshall spent eight years in the White House as social secretary during the Clinton administration.’
- ‘Richard Ledbetter has offered to be social secretary.’
- ‘We have been winding him up a little bit, but he has told his coach that he will still be our social secretary.’
- ‘The club's social secretary Gary Lewis said the club - which has 1,200 members - wanted to move with the times.’
- ‘Besides preparing mouthwatering meals, the chef should have a good personality, be good with people and budgets, and be versed in international cuisine, said Letitia Baldrige, who was social secretary in the Kennedy White House.’
- ‘If you are the social secretary of a sport's club or similar organisation why not book me for your celebratory dinner?’
- ‘Alison Bambury, the social secretary, asked for suggestions for the coming months and one that met with approval was from Phil Davies.’
- ‘The secretary, Mrs Jean Toon, and treasurer Mr Colin Woodman gave satisfactory reports, and the social secretary, Miss Margaret Battcher, confirmed that speakers were in place for the current year.’
- ‘The event is named as a tribute to the club's late social secretary, who sadly died of cancer at the early age of 36, in November, 1996.’
- ‘According to its social secretary Hirantha Perera, a sculptured bust of him will be placed as an everlasting monument to be remembered for all-time for his contributions to uplift the club's image.’
- ‘There being no other business to discuss the chairman went on to say she would be standing down at the AGM as would the social secretary and two committee members.’
- ‘Needing directions, he phoned up the social secretary.’
- ‘From the late 1620s he acted as Descartes's chief correspondent, as well as his publicist and researcher, literary agent, social secretary, and occasional scientific collaborator.’
- ‘Catherine said Bethany was a keen climber and caving enthusiast and was social secretary of the university's climbing and caving group.’
- ‘Alison, social secretary, then handed out menus for the Christmas meal to be held at the Wyre Mill Club.’
- ‘Arthur Dinning, social secretary at Peaselands, said the pair deserved every happiness.’
- ‘She asked me to come along, so I went to a meeting and the whole committee resigned over some issue, so I came out as social secretary.’
- ‘At the request of the club's social secretary Brian Oram, York Tourism Bureau arranged for Keith Mulhearn, who runs Roam'in Tours of York, to take the group on a walk around Clifford's Tower, the city walls and some of its Roman remains.’
- ‘Jonathan Brockbank, bagman or social secretary of Ebor Morris, said the festival was a real success and showcased some of the urban styles of morris dancing as well as the more recognisable Cotswolds style.’
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