We will intentionally and cohesively tease out the inherent enthusiasm, excellence and self-direction of each member we serve; while supporting them to convert their vision into reality.
Welcome to Division H – Link: Go to Division H Club Map
Round 2 COT: Division H. January 10
at Canadian Tire Building, Yonge and Eglinton
Round Two COT reinforces what you learned in Round One…Club Officers benefit from group discussion around challenges and successes. All clubs should have a minimum of four Officers trained in order to earn a DCP goal-Although all clubs should aim to have 7 Officers attend training.
There is no doubt that the clubs where all seven Officers attend training experience more success individually and collectively.
Incentive:When Seven Officers attend training….Each officer will receive a leather notebook with a book mark.
Area 71 Director Michael McAra email@example.com
It is my pleasure to serve as the Area 71 Director. This Area consists of five clubs serving the Yonge Street corridor between St. Clair Avenue and Eglinton Avenue with unique meeting times that cater to potential and current Toastmasters. Drop by to any of the clubs listed below and find out how Toastmasters can improve your communication and leadership skills.
Area 71 clubs
Area 72 Director Kevin Lax firstname.lastname@example.org
It is my pleasure to serve as Area 72 Director for this Toastmaster year.
In my four years at Toastmasters, I have learned a lot in the areas of public speaking and leadership. There is nothing that pleases me more than helping others meet and even supersede their goals.
I look forward to meeting the members of this area and building strong clubs together.
Area 73 Director Ruben Bastien email@example.com
Take the time to explore and do something that seemed impossible for your old self. Toastmasters can certainly help you achieve some personal goals as well as bolster your professional development. If you aspire to developing your leadership and communication skills…and to be stimulated in new ways, come and discover the clubs in Area 73. Each of these clubs has a uniqueness that sets them apart while at the same time embracing all of the Toastmasters values.
But don’t take my word for it. Go ahead and click below to find out more about those clubs. Personally, I can’t wait to hear your stories about how transformative one of these clubs has been for you. I hope to see you soon!
Area 73 Clubs:
Glendon Toastmasters En Español | Meeting Times: Every other Monday 7:00 PM
Four Seasons Sharp Speakers | Meeting Times: Tuesday 1:00 PM
Blossoming Voices Toastmasters Club | Meeting Times: Tuesday 7:00 PM
English-French Toastmasters Club | Meeting Times: 2nd & 4th Wednesday 7:00 PM
Gavel and Glass Toastmasters Club | Meeting Times: Thursday 7:00 PM
Area 74 Director Antonina Boychuk firstname.lastname@example.org
The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.( Mahatma Gandhi)
This year, I am absolutely thrilled to serve as the Area 74 Director and give back to the Toastmasters community.
Most of the clubs in Area 74 are corporate with the exception of Inspiring Voices. Please see the list of clubs below:
*Speakers Club of TDAF
*Inspiring Voices Toastmasters Club | Meeting Times: Wednesday 12PM-1PM
It is my mission to help empower the Toastmasters leaders of Area 74 and help build strong clubs together.
Area 75 Director Jack Ly email@example.com
I am extremely honoured to serve as Area 75 Director for this Toastmaster year. Having been away from Toastmasters for 9 years, I was excited to return last year. Whether you are a new comer to Toastmasters or a seasoned Toastmaster, there are always great opportunities for growth. Take it from someone who made a return after 9 years! Our Area 75 Clubs have a lot to offer:
Rainbow Toastmasters Club |Meeting Day & Time: Monday at 7:00 pm
Joie de Vivre Toastmasters Club | Meeting Day & Time: Wednesday at 6:05 pm
Toastmasters Loyalty One | Meeting Day & Time: 2nd & 4th Wednesday at 12:00 pm
Beaches Speeches Club | Meeting Day & Time: Sunday at 12:30 pm, except long weekends
Division H Club Officer Training: All Roles
EVERY CLUB, EVERY OFFICER TRAINED
As an elected club officer, attending training is critical to your club’s success. When club officers are well-trained to perform their duties, club members are better served. This makes the member experience more positive, which leads to a quality club experience and increased member retention. Without properly trained officers, clubs cannot meet members’ needs or introduce the benefits of Toastmasters to others.
When all 7 officers attend training in Round I, each officer will receive a glass mug imprinted with the Toastmasters logo. Plus, clubs that achieved 7/7 in Round I will be entered in a draw to receive a collection of autographed Mark Bowden publications for the club library.
Contact: Rita Burke at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Division H Contests: