Conversation with Patricia Fripp
Grab a java and enjoy a virtual, intimate conversation with Patricia Fripp as she answers your questions and discusses her makeover from hairdresser to motivational speaker, coach, author, and sales trainer.
This is your chance to ask Patricia, the keynote speaker at District 60’s spring conference, all the questions on your mind. Invite your friends or work colleagues to join the conversation. Register today for an hour with Patricia on January 31 at 2:00 p.m.
Call for conference workshops
Calling all District 60 members … planning for the annual conference in April is well underway and we are looking for workshop presenters.
Your workshop topic should fall into one of the following categories:
- benefit our clubs and our members by making effective use of the virtual world;
- help our member’s careers soar;
- assist our clubs and our members in growth.
If you are interested in being considered as a workshop presenter, please download the workshop proposal template from the District 60 website (click here) and return to Andrew Mertens at “firstname.lastname@example.org” no later than January 15, 2021.
Club Officer Training – Round 2 incentive
When all 7 club officers are trained between November 1 and February 28, each officer will receive a Chat Pack.
The Chat Pack contains 156 question cards to spark conversation. Perfect for Table Topics™, business meetings, gatherings, travel and more! Cards come in a handy plastic case.
New club incentives – charter & new member fees waived
Any new clubs that organize for the months of November, December, and January of the 2020-2021 program year and pay future renewal dues, will have the charter fee ($125USD) and the new member fees ($20 USD per member) waived.
Read the details here.
District 60 alignment for 2021-2022
District 60, District 123 Alignment Process has begun
First Draft is now available for our members input. Second Draft will be available mid-February
When Toastmasters Districts grow to a certain size, it becomes necessary to look at a reformation strategy that keeps the organization vibrant and its members successful. This process is akin to the realignment process that Districts go through every year with Divisions and Areas. Both District 60 and District 86 have grown substantially since the original reformation in 2008, and we are at the point again where we must look to the future.