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FdL Toastmasters receive president's distinguished award

4:41 PM, Sep. 16, 2013  |  Comments
Fond du Lac Toastmasters receive president's distinguished award Pictured is a subset of the Fond du Lac Toastmasters club, proudly displaying their new president's distinguished club ribbon. Toastmasters International offers the best possible environment in which to learn public speaking and leadership skills. Participants also receive helpful evaluations, which enable them to achieve learning goals. Toastmasters clubs are successful when individuals have the opportunity to present speeches and also get involved with leadership opportunities both within and outside of the club setting. The distinguished club program and club success plan help clubs accomplish goals by focusing on educational awards and membership building. Fond du Lac Toastmasters achieved the highest recognition for their team efforts within the past year. Check out a meeting! Fond du Lac Toastmasters meet the second and fourth Monday of the month at Sebastian's starting at 6:00 p.m. Website http://hosting.tm35.org/fonddulac/. Individuals standing, starting at the left: Trish Beier, Don Ritter, Stephan Mattsen, Katherine Mattsen, Cheryl Rasmussen, Kari Jacobsen-Gagnow, Dr. Qinghua Luo, and Lori Namur. Individuals sitting in the front, starting at the left: Valerie Hunt, Connie Betz and Paul Hunt
Fond du Lac Toastmasters receive president's distinguished award Pictured is a subset of the Fond du Lac Toastmasters club, proudly displaying their new president's distinguished club ribbon. Toastmasters International offers the best possible environment in which to learn public speaking and leadership skills. Participants also receive helpful evaluations, which enable them to achieve learning goals. Toastmasters clubs are successful when individuals have the opportunity to present speeches and also get involved with leadership opportunities both within and outside of the club setting. The distinguished club program and club success plan help clubs accomplish goals by focusing on educational awards and membership building. Fond du Lac Toastmasters achieved the highest recognition for their team efforts within the past year. Check out a meeting! Fond du Lac Toastmasters meet the second and fourth Monday of the month at Sebastian's starting at 6:00 p.m. Website http://hosting.tm35.org/fonddulac/. Individuals standing, starting at the left: Trish Beier, Don Ritter, Stephan Mattsen, Katherine Mattsen, Cheryl Rasmussen, Kari Jacobsen-Gagnow, Dr. Qinghua Luo, and Lori Namur. Individuals sitting in the front, starting at the left: Valerie Hunt, Connie Betz and Paul Hunt
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Toastmasters International offers the ideal environment in which to learn public speaking and leadership skills. Participants receive helpful evaluations, which enable them to achieve learning goals.

Toastmasters clubs are successful when individuals have the opportunity to present speeches and also get involved with leadership opportunities both within and outside of the club setting.

The distinguished club program and club success plan help clubs accomplish goals by focusing on educational awards and membership building.

Fond du Lac Toastmasters achieved the highest recognition for their team efforts within the past year. They have earned the President's Distinguished Club ribbon.

Everyone is welcome to attend the club's meetings. Fond du Lac Toastmasters meet the second and fourth Monday of the month at Sebastian's starting at 6 p.m. Visit website http://hosting.tm35.org/fonddulac/

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