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A Toastmasters President's Distinguished Club
2001/2002

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Toastmasters International is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering people to achieve their full potential and realize their dreams by providing a way for them to improve their communication and leadership skills, and find the courage to change. Current Toastmasters International comprises of more than 170,0000 members in more than 8,000 clubs in more than 50 countries.

You'll improve your public speaking and leadership skills through involvement in Toastmasters. The prepared and impromptu speeches that you give, will help get you over the initial fear of public speaking and then, will further hone your skills in a supportive environment.

You will build your leadership skills when you take on positions during the meetings and/or executive positions that you hold within the club.

Toastmaster's Leadership program can be completed to improve your leadership no matter whether you are new to leadership roles or are a veteran.


There is always more to learn.

So come out, have fun, participate and grow.


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