Toastmasters Meeting

Friday December 30, 2016 7:00 AM EST to 8:00 AM EST
Greeter Member not found
Invocation Garfield Pitter, PI4
Toastmaster of the Day Member not found
Introduces supporting roles. Leads the meeting.
Ah Counter Member not found
Timer Member not found
Vote Counter Member not found
Body Language Monitor Member not found
Videographer David F. Carr, DTM
Grammarian Member not found
Leads word of the day contest.
Topics Master Member not found
Each Table Topics Speaker green Green: 1 yellow Yellow: 1:30 red Red: 2
Humorist Member not found
Speaker 1 Member not found
COMPETENT COMMUNICATION: 6. Vocal Variety (evaluation form)
Speaker 2 Bruce Pockey, DTM
Other Manual or Non Manual Speech: Custom Speech 5 to 7 minutes (evaluation form)
Speaker 3 Member not found
Backup Speaker Open
General Evaluator Lorraine Campbell, DTM
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces Evaluators. Asks for Grammarian’s report. Asks for Body Language Monitor’s report (and awarding of Best Gestures Ribbon). Gives overall evaluation of the meeting.
Evaluator 1 Member not found
Evaluator 2 Member not found
Evaluator 3 Member not found
Each evaluator green Green: 2 yellow Yellow: 2:30 red Red: 3


New Years!

auld lang syne [awld lang zahyn, sahyn]

noun, Scot. and North England.

1.old times, especially times fondly remembered.

2.old or long friendship.

Origin of auld lang syne Expand literally, old long since, i.e., old long-ago (days)

auld lang syne ” is Scottish-Gaelic for “old long since,” or, moreidiomatically, “days gone by” or “time long past.

Resolution [rez-uhloo-shuh n] noun

1.a formal expression of opinion or intention made, usually after voting,by a formal organization, a legislature, a club, or other group.

2.the act of resolving or determining upon an action, course of action,method, procedure, etc.

3.a resolve; a decision or determination: to make a firm resolution to dosomething.

Her resolution to clear her parents’ name allowed her no other focus inlife.





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