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Sunday, 9 October 2011

Toastmasters International Area 22 Humourous and Table Topics Contest

This post is a bit of a departure from quilting. I do have another life and this seems an easy good place to record a marvellous afternoon in Newton Abbot. Well done to all who took part and performed roles especially the winners:
 
Photos show Charlotte Hitchings Area Governor, Area 22 presenting the awards

Table Topics
1st Jo Haskins
2nd Gareth McHale
3rd Sue Haswell

3rd Sue Haswell

2nd Gareth McHale
1st Jo Haskins
Humourous
1st Gareth McHale
2nd Jo Haskins
3rd John Down
3rd John Down


2nd Jo Haskins
1st Gareth McHale
Now we're all looking forward to the Division Contest in Newbury on October 22nd. Good luck to Jo and Gareth. If today is anything to go by, it will be really terrific. Lots of great workshops too, details follow:

Division J Humourous Speech and Table Topics Competition

Venue: St Georges Centre Newbury  (Click here for a map)

Workshops, Contests, Lunch and Info - what more could you want!  
Come along to the first ever Division J Humorous Speech & Table Topics Competition!   We will have great sessions & workshops;

  • Malachi Talabi - 2011 D71 International Speech Contest Winner, 3rd Place SemiFinalist in the World Championship of Public Speaking in Vegas.  Malachi will be telling us about his journey to the US, and about his championship speech.




  • Chris Boden - 2011 D71 Evaluation Contest Winner - with a brand new workshop on evaluation, just for us




  • Martin Limburn - President of Armada Speakers - with ideas on how to rebuild clubs successfully



  • In addition, we will have an update from Teresa Dukes on the proposed reformation of the District.
    We will have stands on a range of subjects from speechcraft to promoting clubs.

    And we will of course have the most successful humorous speakers and table topics speakers in the Division battling it out to be the first ever winners of the Division J trophies, and for a place in the District Final in November

    The cost is £8, payable at the door.  It would be nice to know if you are coming, but feel free to turn up on the day.

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