Meetings are held monthly, usually for lunch but occasionally dinner. Meetings generally follow one of three formats. The first is a featured speaker or speakers who may be public officials or candidates. The second is a forum in which candidates for a specific office are invited to speak and debate. In the third format, subject matter experts present the merits of specific issues.
There is a social time set aside prior to the official meeting start that allows speakers to mingle with Club members. Meetings usually last an hour ending with a question and answer session. Speakers often remain after to chat further with attendees and answer individual questions.
At our luncheon meetings, the Reverend George Alexander, the Rector of All Saints Anglican Church on Fairfield Street in Aiken, gives the Invocation.
Ms. Satin McIntosh, a graduate of the Fine Arts Program at USC Aiken, sings the National Anthem at the meetings. Satin performs often at the Aiken Community Playhouse and is originally from Bamberg South Carolina.