Friday March 31, 2017 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
Greeter Marc Samet, CC, CL
Invocation Marc Samet, CC, CL
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
Grammarian Bruce Goldfarb, ACB, CL
Leads word of the day contest.
Topics Master Member not found
Each Table Topics Speaker Green: 1 Yellow: 1:30 Red: 2
Humorist Lorraine Campbell, DTM
Speaker 1 Member not found
"Don’t Tell the Truth!" COMPETENT COMMUNICATION: 9. Persuade with Power (evaluation form)
Speaker 2 Member not found
SPECIALTY SPEECHES: 4. Read Out Loud (evaluation form)
Speaker 3 Not Available
COMPETENT COMMUNICATION: 9. Persuade with Power (evaluation form)
Backup Speaker Open
General Evaluator Andrew Bern, DTM
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces Evaluators. Asks for Grammarian’s report (1 minute). Asks for Body Language Monitor’s report (1 minute, plus awarding of Best Gestures Ribbon). Gives overall evaluation of the meeting.
Evaluator 1 David F. Carr, DTM
Evaluator 2 Not Available
Evaluator 3 Bruce Pockey, DTM
Each evaluator Green: 2 Yellow: 2:30 Red: 3
Capricious [kuh–prish–uh s, –pree-shuh s] adjective
1. subject to, led by, or indicative of a sudden, odd notion orunpredictable change; erratic:
He’s such a capricious boss I never know how he’ll react.
2. Obsolete. fanciful or witty.
Figment [fig-muh nt] noun
1. a mere product of mental invention; a fantastic notion:
The noises in the attic were just a figment of his imagination.
2. a feigned, invented, or imagined story, theory, etc.:
biographical and historical figments.