October 1st deadline for re-enrollment has come and gone.
It would appear that several clubs in all areas are in need of more members.
We all bring a special talent to our clubs and now is the time to share your knowledge.
David Rhodes, ALB, ACB our new VP for membership, at CSU Toastmasters was selected as one of seven speakers for the Aug. 21 Storytellers Project night at Spring Canyon Community Park hosted by the Coloradoan. The club David attends is CSU Toastmaster 647252....
What will it take to get guests in the door? How about an engraved invitation? While that might work, it is probably not the best approach. A key part of getting guests is to be inviting, in all senses of the word.
WHQ releases new banner... Eight years ago! I would like to draw your attention to an important branding topic: club banners. In an attempt to bring all clubs up to WHQ's standards regarding banner usage, the District offered many incentives last year to purchase...
Greetings, we had a fabulous Hall of Fame event on October 12, 2019 at the Comedy Works South in Greenwood Village. We honored the multiple accomplishments of Toastmasters’ across the District as well as “roasted” Immediate Past District Director, Marcia Wood DTM. You may find an online copy to the program with a list of all of the honorees here.
Jeremy Levy, CC has been a Toastmaster for about 5 years. He is a member of Toastability.
When he began he was shy and soft spoken. Our club has watched him grow into the confident young man.
Are you seeking to complete your DTM under the Traditional System before June 2020? Are you needing an HPL project? Perhaps you are seeking to expand your leadership skills and/or you find excitement in event planning. If so, I have a potential opportunity for you....
Getting guests in the door is key to club health. Public Relations, also known as marketing, is the first stage in the membership pipeline. Each club has an officer, the VP Public Relations, who is responsible for coordinating the beam of information to get people in...
Most people join Toastmasters to grow their communication skills, but many like me have discovered that there is much more. At the 2019 World Convention, my eyes were opened to the expanded potential that TI really offers. As the District Finance Manager, I felt like...
Training We are off to a fabulous start with our training and education efforts. We’ve held our first District Officer Training and our 4 Big TLIs. Club Officer Trainings are underway. All club officers need to be trained no later than August 31, 2019 in order for...
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