What Time is it by Victoria Cox
What time is it!! It’s time to Beat the Clock. Beat the Clock is a great motivator for finishing the year on schedule—on time and with record numbers! Make it your club’s goal to earn the Beat the Clock award and encourage every member to take part. Clubs adding five...
Finish Strong! by Jacqueline Smith
Greeting District 26! Thank you for attending our first completely virtual conference on April 30 – May 1, 2021. We had two wonderful keynote addresses by Distinguished Toastmaster and Accredited Speaker, Paul Artale. We recognized 18 clubs that had achieved...
Happy April, D26 Toastmasters! by Jeff Scott Ruiz
Happy April, D26 Toastmasters! Spring has sprung, but it seems Mother Nature hasn’t received the memo yet around here. As we prepare to wind down the final quarter of our program year, there is much we can do before the home stretch. We are in discussions with three...
Who is ready to get their DTM by Victoria Cox
Who is ready to get their DTM? It took me several years to get my DTM (Distinguished Toastmaster award) because I did not know what was needed to get it. I thought I just gave speeches and filled out my manuals. Boy was I wrong! I found out that I needed to create,...
Annual Conference Details April 30 – May 1, 2021 – By Jacqueline Smith
Greetings Members of District 26, It is that time of year again where we have the opportunity to network and fellowship with our Toastmasters. It is time for our Annual District 26 Conference, which will be a free, all-virtual event held on April 30 – May 1, 2021. We...
Happy March, D26 Toastmasters! By Jeff Ruiz
It’s almost spring, and our current membership drive, Talk Up Toastmasters, has a couple more weeks to go until the end of the month. Remember that if a club enrolls five new, dual or reinstated members between February 1st and March 31st, they will receive a...
Time to Check the Dashboard!!! By Victoria Cox
We still have several months left in this Toastmasters year to reach club/area/division and district goals. We all have a part in reaching the top. Clubs - Please review your current education credits and what you need to reach that goal. I would also ask that you...
Don’t Delay, PAY your club dues, TODAY by Jacqueline L. Smith
Greetings Members of District 26, It is time to invest in yourself or shall I say RE-invest in yourself. That is right, Toastmasters dues are DUE!!! Here are the particulars: • Your renewal payment is due twice a year, on April 1 and October 1. • To remain in good...
District Club Growth Updates by Jeff Scott Ruiz
Greetings, fellow D26 Toastmasters. Hope this article finds you all well during this mid-winter season. The weather may be cold, but our new club prospects are warming up. Our first new virtual club chartered January 31, 2021. Congratulations to Past Leaders United in...
Finishing Strong by Victoria Cox
We need to finish strong!!! The last seven months have not been easy for several of us due to the pandemic and having to learn new skills in order to get the job completed. I want to thank everyone who has come out of their comfort zone. We still have work to be done:...
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