This is offered as District 7 “make-up” training for current Club Officers, enabling Clubs to qualify for the Distinguished Club Program.
Focus: Better Membership, Better Pathways navigation, MORE FUN !
This will be in a Round-table format: offering “boots on the ground” usable information for each leadership role in a Toastmaster Club. We will have short breakout sessions to address Pros/Cons. Our goal is to learn how to connect, build memberships and learn Pathways more completely! This session will be jam-packed with information to MAKE YOUR CLUB BETTER.
Toastmasters International is an evolving Organization. Join us and get prepared!
We will cover ALL Officer Roles.
We will offer a Pathways presentation with the latest updates.
We will offer information for better contests, including judging, Contest Chair, etc.
And offer ideas how to train your replacement.
We want to tap into our experienced and senior Toastmasters!
We will plan to have pastries, light snacks, coffee and beverage service.
Calling all Club Officers from Marion, Polk, and Yamhill county clubs! (and Lincoln County, too!) If you missed TLI then please come to the make-up training on Saturday, February 23 from 10am to 12pm. All club officers are welcome to attend. We will be at Chemeketa Community College in Salem in Building 8, room 201 which is on the 2nd floor. Plenty of free parking is available in the Green parking lot which is in front of Building 8. See you there!
Building 8, Room 201. Parking in the Green parking lot.
Area 44 in Division C hosts its Evaluation Contest and International Speech Contest for the winners of McMinnville, Newberg, A-dec and Sherwood club contests.
Contestants and crew should arrive by 6:30 pm. Contest begins at 7 pm.
Area 63, 64 & 65 in Division E will be hosting the Evaluation and International Speech contest. Winners from these clubs will be competing for the Area contest winner. Contestants and crew, please arrive by 6:30 pm as the contest will begin at 7:00 pm.
Join us for Areas 93 & 96 International Speech & Evaluation Speech Contests. Come and cheer your club champions as they vie for positions on the division stage! Participants and contest helpers please arrive by 6pm. Light snacks and bottled water will be provided. Contests hosted by Storymasters Toastmasters.
Areas 94 and 95 combined Evaluation and International Speech Contests.
Contests start at 6:30. Contestants and crew should arrive by 6:00.
Come support your club’s winner.
Check out the competition for the division level contest.
Come listen to speeches by some of the best Toastmasters speakers in Hillsboro.
|Daniel Brewer, Area 94 Director|
|Kat Iverson, Area 95 Director|
Please join us for the Area 61 & 62, in Division E, International and Evaluation Speech Contests!
The doors will open at 5:30pm for set-up and an informal potluck (please bring a snack or refreshment to share) and the contestant and volunteer briefings will begin at 6:00pm. The contest will begin at 6:30pm and is expected to end by 8:30pm.
Family and friends are welcome.
Fred Meyer Corporate OfficeConference Center (3500 Building)3800 SE 22nd Ave,Portland, OR 97202
Area 91 & 92 in Division H will host the annual International Speech & Evaluation Contests for the winners of the Daylighters, Sage, Sporty Speakers, TV Toastmasters, Walker Talkers, West Beaverton, Silicon Forest and Liberty Talkers Club Contests.The winners of each move on to the Division H Contests … and hopefully, beyond!
This is the joint Areas 31 & 35 Spring 2019 Speech Contest Extravanganzaplosion. In no exact order, we will be having:
- Area 31 International Speech Contest
- Area 35 Speech Evaluation Contest
- Area 35 International Speech Contest
- Area 31 Speech Evaluation Contest.
Come support your club’s representatives! This might be the year the next World Champion of Public Speaking again comes from District 7 (we’ve had two: Ryan Avery and Randy Harvey. If your name begins with an R, you may have a very good chance!).
I am looking to get local news coverage at this event. It’s possible you may be asked to sign a waiver. I will make details available when appropriate.
The best parking is to the west behind Rennie’s Landing. You can find a useful map leading to parking here, but while we will be in the same building as where the UO club meets, we will not be in the same wing.
You are invited to the
Toastmasters Areas 71-73-74-75
International Speech & Evaluation Contests
Monday, March 11, 2018
6:00 to 8:30 pm
NWEA | Ingebo Conference Room
Hosted by NWEA & The Toast of Old Town Toastmasters Club
NWEA’s entrance is on the northeast corner of NW 2nd & Everett, across the street from the Chinese Garden in Old Town China Town. You’ll be buzzed in at the secure front door and asked to sign in at the front desk before entering the conference center.
All are Welcome!
This event is open to the public, so bring your friends and enjoy some entertaining and inspiring speeches!
The Toast of Old Town club is hosting a potluck buffet. Bring a hot or cold dish to share! Service supplies (plates, utensils, napkins) provided. Hot beverages (coffee, tea, chocolate) also provided. Sodas and other cold beverages available for only 25 cents.
Members – Get Involved!
Local Toastmasters members also have the opportunity to help host the contests by volunteering to be a timer, evaluator/judge, ballot counter, or registrar.
The Columbia River Correctional Institution is a restricted access facility that requires every visitor to undergo a screening process to include a criminal background check. If you wish to participate in the contest and haven’t visited the prison before, you will be required to submit your drivers license number and date of birth to CRCI at least three weeks before the event. The prison also enforces a dress code that prohibits guests from wearing denim clothing (e.g., blue jeans) and requires guests to dress in a non-suggestive manner. More information on how to acquire permission to enter the CRCI will be provided as soon as I receive it.
Eldred Brown, DTM
Division D Director
Area level International Speech and Evaluation contests must be completed no later than March 15, 2019.
Join us for the Division H International Speech and Evaluations Contests at the Griffith Park Building, Room 100 – Court Room B at 4755 SW Griffith Drive, Beaverton, OR, on March 16th between 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM. Please feel free to bring your favorite lunchtime dish to share.
This contest will take place at Chemeketa Community College in Building 8, room 201 which is on the 2nd floor. Plenty of free parking in the Green parking lot which is in front of Building 8. The winners of the Area 41, 42, 43, and 44 contests will advance to the Division C Evaluation and International Speech contests on March 16th. The winners of the Division C contest will represent Division C at the District 7 Spring Conference on April 27th.
Div-G Evaluation & Int’l Speech Contests Spring 2019
Contestants and Officials should arrive by 9:30 AM for registration & briefings.
Pot-luck shareable snacks dishes are suggested.
Bottled Water will be provided.