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Toastmasters International is a nonprofit educational organization that teaches communication and leadership skills in a fun, supportive environment through a worldwide network of clubs. Founded in October 1924, the organization currently has more than 292,000 members in more than 14,350 clubs in 122 countries. Each week, Toastmasters helps more than a quarter million people of every ethnicity, education, and profession build their competence in communication so they can gain the confidence to lead others.

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Visit Lab Oratories Toastmasters Thursdays at Noon

Biological Sciences Facility

Lab Oratories Toastmasters meets at the Biological Sciences Facility in Richland and invites members of the community to visit the club's meetings at no cost. “Toastmasters provides a supportive and positive environment where members have the opportunity to develop their communication and leadership skills,” says member Shas Mattigod. Guests have the opportunity to experience a typical Toastmasters meeting. The meeting’s Toastmaster of the day will explain roles played by several members to facilitate the meeting. Attendees will hear short speeches by members at various experience levels. In another portion of the meeting, evaluators will offer constructive evaluations of the speeches given earlier, and a General Evaluator will comment on the meeting as a whole. Guests can also experience “Table Topics,” in which a “Topics Master” presents topics to inspire 1-2-minute impromptu responses from members. Guests can choose to participate in this off-the-cuff speaking opportunity. More information: Shas Mattigod, [masked],[masked]. Web: http://640119.toastmastersclubs.org

Visit Lab Oratories Toastmasters Thursdays at Noon

Biological Sciences Facility

Lab Oratories Toastmasters meets at the Biological Sciences Facility in Richland and invites members of the community to visit the club's meetings at no cost. “Toastmasters provides a supportive and positive environment where members have the opportunity to develop their communication and leadership skills,” says member Shas Mattigod. Guests have the opportunity to experience a typical Toastmasters meeting. The meeting’s Toastmaster of the day will explain roles played by several members to facilitate the meeting. Attendees will hear short speeches by members at various experience levels. In another portion of the meeting, evaluators will offer constructive evaluations of the speeches given earlier, and a General Evaluator will comment on the meeting as a whole. Guests can also experience “Table Topics,” in which a “Topics Master” presents topics to inspire 1-2-minute impromptu responses from members. Guests can choose to participate in this off-the-cuff speaking opportunity. More information: Shas Mattigod, [masked],[masked]. Web: http://640119.toastmastersclubs.org

Have a Blast While Building Confidence at Moses Lake Toastmasters

St. Martin's Episcopal Church

• What we'll do Build confidence and sharpen communication and leadership skills in a supportive environment. Check it out! No pressure to speak! Regular weekly meetings include prepared speeches, Table Topics (Impromptu speaking), and speech evaluations. And FUN! • What to bring • Important to know

Atomic City Toastmasters - Learn how to speak with confidence.

Brookdale Senior Solutions

Have fun and meet new people while experiencing one of the most cost-effective, high-quality training programs around for communication and leadership skills. You are more than welcome to come in and try out our weekly meetings without obligation. See if we are the right fit for you. Guests always welcome to come to our weekly meetings. Visiting a club is an exciting first step in reaching your goals. There’s no need to feel pressure to participate at your first club meeting – you can simply observe if you wish. Come join us and have some fun! Interested in more information? Call Theresa at[masked] or send an email to [masked]. Brookdale Senior Living, Chapel 1629 George Washington Way ~ Richland, WA 7:00pm - 8:30pm (If you arrive 5-10 minutes early you'll have plenty of time to be greeted, get a name tag, and get seated before the meeting starts.)

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