Please join us on October 3, 2020 at 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada) for Tributes & Tales: 2020 Celebration of Leadership. To attend the event, please register in advance by clicking here.
Every year around this time, we host the Celebration of Leadership. We honor, recognize, and give out awards to those who went above and beyond their membership as District 7 Toastmasters. Among the awards that will be presented are the following: Toastmaster of the Year, Division Director of the Year, Area Director of the Year, Lou Webb Award, Rookie of the Year, Herb C. Stude Educational Service Award, Dick Moser Award, and Spirit Awards. We will also honor those leaders who “Distinguished” their Areas and Divisions.
This year we are very fortunate to have Lark Doley, DTM, Past International President (2019-2020) as our Keynote Speaker. For added fun, we have included Tall Tales Speeches and invited four members from our District: Sudhir Gautam, Mitra Shahri, Tara Rolstad, and James Wantz to spin some tales for our amusement. It’s going to be delightful . . .
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High quality websites focus on their visitor’s needs. Good, fresh content builds the visitor’s interest and invites them to get involved, invite their friends, and come back for more.
Websites continue to be one of the best methods for attracting members to your club. But there are some factors that must be considered in order to create interest and excitement about your website.
In this interactive session we will explore:
- Is your website attracting visitors or chasing them away?
- Is it attracting the right visitors?
- Are you capturing visitor information for a follow up?
The presenter is Phyllis Harmon, DTM, Editor Voices!
Pathways provides the education framework and you choose the electives within Levels 3-5 that most align with your specific goals for your Toastmasters experience.
- Identify specific electives that allow you multiple ways to build and refine leadership skills
- Delve into the High-Performance Leadership Program (HPLP)
- Engage in the Toastmasters Mentoring Program
Presented by Kathleen Tully, DTM
Clark County Toastmasters Club #9527 is hosting a SPEAK-A-THON. This is an event encompassing many facets of the Spirit of Toastmasters in a Jewel Of Performance — Community! Please join us for
- a Social Event with a Halloween theme,
- a Spooky Tales Speech Competition (with a 3-5 minute speech)
- as a winner from a Club who hosted a Tall Tales Speech Contest.
- as a member or the guest of a Toastmasters Club member
- Regrettably, this is not a TI-Sanctioned Speech Contest.
- Prizes will be minimal but enthusiastically presented.
This is a placeholder for now. More information will be published as we plan this event.
This is the first day on which your club can run the International Speech and Evaluation Contests.
All club International Speech and Evaluation contests must be concluded by this date.
This is the first day on which an Area International Speech and Evaluation Contest can be run.
International speech and evaluation contest at the Area level. Winner continues on to the Division contest.
All Area International Speech and Evaluation contests must be concluded by this date.
This is the first day on which a Division International Speech and Evaluation Contest can be run.
International speech and evaluation contest at the Division Level. Winners continue on to the District contest.
All Division International Speech and Evaluation contests must be concluded by this date.
- Thursday Keynote Speaker
- Educational Sessions
Featured Event: District 7 Evaluation Contest