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Club Mission

The mission of a Toastmasters Club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every member has the opportunity to develop communication and leadership skills, which in turn fosters self-confidence and personal growth.

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All About Toastmasters

PDF format, 145k in size. General information about Toastmasters, full color brochure about Toastmasters International, and the Toastmasters Clubs.
Clubs For Leaders

Word format, 314k in size. The leadership aspects of training and practice at Toastmasters. If you plan a career in management, you should come to the clubs to practice the necessary leadership skills. A handy single page poster for you to share with co-workers and friends. Let your friends contact you about our club!
Top Ten Speaking Tips

PDF format, 34k. Ten tips for public speaking.
Talk, Still the Most Effective Means

PDF format, 162k . Full color brochure about the value of verbal communication in today's world, and how Toastmasters can help. Suitable for office display.
More Than Just Talk

PDF format, 1389k ; or the Word file, 217k . Full page color brochure for you to post on any information board and tell people how to contact us. Fill in your name as the contact person!
Communication: Your Success Depend on It

PDF format, 426k . Full color brochure about the value of verbal communication in the corporate world and any organizations. Suitable to share with your management to gain their support for employees/staff participation.
Yes, You Need Toastmasters

PDF format, 142k. Everybody can use some help from Toastmasters. You WILL benefit from the practices even if you did not think so.
Completing a membership application
Follow this link to fill out a new member application, which you can manually submit to a club officer at the club meeting.
Meeting Roles Explained

Speaking and hosting roles. Word document, 54k. From "Prepared speakers" to the "Big Three", this document explains the "Major Roles" at each club meeting, including the Speaker, Evaluator, Table Topics Master, the General Evaluator and the Toastmaster of the meeting.
Helper Roles. Word document, 39k. This document explains each of the "Helper Roles" to make each meeting productive and educational. Included are the Ah Counter, Timer, Grammarian and Vote Counter.
Club Officer Roles

Word document, 35k. Toastmasters makes good leaders. Serving as club officers provides the the opportunity for personal growth in leadership skills. This document explains the responsibilities and the target skills you will acquire when serving each leadership role in the club.

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Jan 18, 2011, 6:44 PM
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Jack S,
Jan 18, 2011, 6:41 PM