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This meeting is being held online via Zoom during COVID restrictions.

Toastmasters International is a non-profit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs. The organization's membership exceeds 357,000 in more than 16,600 clubs in 143 countries. Since 1924, Toastmasters International has helped people from diverse backgrounds become more confident speakers, communicators, and leaders.

Visit the Toast-A-Matics website for directions and more information. https://easy-speak.org/portal.php?c=6216

Upcoming events (5)

Weekly Virtual Toastmasters Meeting (via Zoom)

Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building

Join us for a meeting! There is no cost for guests. Each meeting is led by a different club member, the toastmaster for the day. There are generally two prepared speeches, and each speech is evaluated by a different member. There are other roles including timer, inspirator, etc. that give members opportunities to participate and speak in public describing their roles and giving a report at the end of the meeting. Table Topics is the portion where volunteers are asked a question based on the Theme of the Day and given 2 minutes to answer. They are encouraged to use the Word of the Day. Guests are always welcome to participate in Table Topics. No need to bring anything, except perhaps a pen. Please join us and see why hundreds of thousands of people are improving their communication and leadership skills at Toastmasters clubs all around the world! Membership dues work out to less than $2 per meeting. Learn more here: https://www.toastmasters.org/membership/facts-for-first-timers

Weekly Virtual Toastmasters Meeting (via Zoom)

Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building

Join us for a meeting! There is no cost for guests. Each meeting is led by a different club member, the toastmaster for the day. There are generally two prepared speeches, and each speech is evaluated by a different member. There are other roles including timer, inspirator, etc. that give members opportunities to participate and speak in public describing their roles and giving a report at the end of the meeting. Table Topics is the portion where volunteers are asked a question based on the Theme of the Day and given 2 minutes to answer. They are encouraged to use the Word of the Day. Guests are always welcome to participate in Table Topics. No need to bring anything, except perhaps a pen. Please join us and see why hundreds of thousands of people are improving their communication and leadership skills at Toastmasters clubs all around the world! Membership dues work out to less than $2 per meeting. Learn more here: https://www.toastmasters.org/membership/facts-for-first-timers

Weekly Virtual Toastmasters Meeting (via Zoom)

Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building

Join us for a meeting! There is no cost for guests. Each meeting is led by a different club member, the toastmaster for the day. There are generally two prepared speeches, and each speech is evaluated by a different member. There are other roles including timer, inspirator, etc. that give members opportunities to participate and speak in public describing their roles and giving a report at the end of the meeting. Table Topics is the portion where volunteers are asked a question based on the Theme of the Day and given 2 minutes to answer. They are encouraged to use the Word of the Day. Guests are always welcome to participate in Table Topics. No need to bring anything, except perhaps a pen. Please join us and see why hundreds of thousands of people are improving their communication and leadership skills at Toastmasters clubs all around the world! Membership dues work out to less than $2 per meeting. Learn more here: https://www.toastmasters.org/membership/facts-for-first-timers

Weekly Virtual Toastmasters Meeting (via Zoom)

Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building

Join us for a meeting! There is no cost for guests. Each meeting is led by a different club member, the toastmaster for the day. There are generally two prepared speeches, and each speech is evaluated by a different member. There are other roles including timer, inspirator, etc. that give members opportunities to participate and speak in public describing their roles and giving a report at the end of the meeting. Table Topics is the portion where volunteers are asked a question based on the Theme of the Day and given 2 minutes to answer. They are encouraged to use the Word of the Day. Guests are always welcome to participate in Table Topics. No need to bring anything, except perhaps a pen. Please join us and see why hundreds of thousands of people are improving their communication and leadership skills at Toastmasters clubs all around the world! Membership dues work out to less than $2 per meeting. Learn more here: https://www.toastmasters.org/membership/facts-for-first-timers

Past events (52)

Weekly Virtual Toastmasters Meeting (via Zoom)

Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building

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