Setting up your club for success!
One of the most straight forward Distinguished Club Program (DCP) half-points that your club can achieve, is when your club officer assignment lists are added to Club Central before June 30 for the upcoming Toastmasters year (July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022). But please do not wait until June 30 to enter the names. Aim for June 25 to allow all of the information to be processed in time.
Or better yet, enter today and your club will be off to a flying start for next year!
Where’s my club?!
On July 1, a brand new District – District 123 – will exist, and District 60 will change in size. For the new District 60, we will change from 9 divisions to 6, and three “division letters” will change – G to B, H to D, I to E.
And all the corresponding area numbers will change.
For District 123, all will be new.
To find out where you club will be as of July 1, check out the following alignment reports:
New membership incentive for finishing strong!
Toastmasters are taught to run meetings on time, finish speeches on time and reach membership goals on time. In that spirit, 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 or more new, dual or reinstated members with a join date between May 1 and June 30 receive a Beat the Clock ribbon to display on the club’s banner and at least $50 USD dollars in TI gift cards. Click here for additional details.
Wondering how to recognise an outstanding Toastmaster?
Every year, the district recognises members whose dedication, commitment and efforts have significantly contributed towards the achievement of the district’s mission. The four Of-The-Year Awards (OTYA) are: Toastmaster of the Year, Club President of the Year, Area Director of the Year and Division Director of the Year.
To find out how to qualify and how to nominate a fellow member or even yourself, please click here.