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Club news: Toastmasters

10:50 AM, Apr. 15, 2013  |  Comments
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Recently, the Sentry Toastmasters conducted its Spring SpeechCraft Demonstration meeting at which 10 participants were welcomed and shown the Toastmasters meeting format.

Deborah Ginsburg opened with a brief business meeting and introduced Toastmaster Donald Broderick. The first speaker, Leah Rose, presented her speech, "Enjoy the Process." Sid Siapush presented his speech titled "Process Group Experience." Brian Cychosz presented his speech, "Mastering SpeechCraft," offering suggestions for getting comfortable with visual aids.

The TopicsMaster was Joni Lodzinski introducing the meeting theme of "Encouragement," James Kosmalski was General Evaluator and his team featured the individual evaluators: John Cychosz, Debbie Carcy and Deborah Ginsberg. Ciana Rose served as Ah Counter, Terri Ballenger as Grammarian and Brenda Anderson-Yesse served as Timer.

We welcome guests at our meetings to learn how you may commit to growing and developing your communication and leadership skills. The Sentry Toastmasters Club meets the second Thursday of each month at 4:30 p.m.

People interested in Toastmasters or SpeechCraft should call Dick Hawley at 715-341-6488 or email dick21hawley@gmail.com.

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