Congratulations to our Of the Year Award recipients!
Meet our newest George Keenan Award recipient:
Every year, the George Keenan Award is given to an active Toastmaster who continues to serve and promote Toastmasters within the District and externally.
Congratulations to Karim Premji, our 2020 recipient!
Read Karim’s story here.
Bravo to our newest DTMs!
Hard work, dedication and tremendous personal growth are just some of the hallmarks of the Distinguished Toastmaster journey. A well deserved congratulations to the following members who achieved their DTM designation between July and September:
Francis Chu DTM, Toastmasters CIPro Club
Richard Darrell DTM, Spotlight Speakers
Allan Farrington DTM, Brainwave Speakers
Elaine Goulbourne DTM, Brooklin Toastmasters
Angela Ho DTM, Toronto #1 Toastmasters
Debra Irvine-Kvistbo DTM, Toronto #1 Toastmasters
Corey Knecht DTM, Oshawa Toastmasters
Julia Lawr DTM, Bay Street Breakfast Toastmasters
Lee-Anne Leslie DTM, Whitby Intrepid Toastmasters
Rajiv Mahendran DTM, Scarborough Toastmasters Club
Nicole Pino-Lobo DTM, 222 Jarvis Toastmasters Club
Karim Premji DTM, Advanced 60 Speakers
Karim Premji DTM, North York Project Management
Dorothy Sanderson DTM, Oshawa #1 Toastmasters
Anne Sharples DTM, Humber Shores Club
James Shi DTM, Humber Shores Club.
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 will be available on Jan 9, 2021. Our members input welcomed!
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.