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Club Meeting 26th February 2018

“Hello everyone!”, said loudly Leslie and started the meeting. He energised the audience by teaching us how to clap the Toastmaster style and after that Leslie proceeded to his introduction speech where he told the story of Toastmasters.

Leslie then gave the stage for Tom, the Toastmaster of the evening. His job was to announce speakers and make sure everything goes smoothly. To help him in this task, Tom had two helpers – Ren and Robert. Ren was the Timekeeper. Her task was to check if everyone fit in their designated timeframes. Robert was the Grammarian. His job was to listen…

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Club Meeting 12th February 2018

Leslie, our President, started the meeting with greeting everyone after which he did a little bit of housekeeping and explained to our guests how does the Toastmasters path look like. As always, Leslie pointed out the importance of clapping and handshakes in building confidence in the person entering the stage.

As a Toastmasters of the evening, Leslie asked his helper, Arun, to come on stage and explain his role. Arun was the Timekeeper and his job was to keep an eye on the time and make sure everyone fits in the given timeframes.

With the introductions ticked off, it was time for the first part …

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Club Meeting 22nd January 2018

Leslie Bediade, our club’s president, started the meeting by greeting and welcoming everyone and sharing the story of Toastmasters – from its humble beginnings to the global organisation it is now.

After Leslie’s introduction, Paul has taken the stage. As a Toastmaster of the meeting, Paul was responsible for making everything run smoothly throughout the evening. To help him, Paul had helpers – Cameron and Ian.

Cameron was the Timekeeper. His job was to make sure everyone fits within given time frames. And Ian was the Grammarian, who was listening carefully how …

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Club Meeting 8th January 2018

We started the first meeting of 2018 by clapping for the new year. After that, Leslie, our President, welcomed everyone and explained what makes Toastmasters a great place for learning public speaking. Leslie put emphasis on clapping and handshakes, which builds confidence in the person entering the stage and builds friendly atmosphere.

Next, Ned, the Toastmaster of the evening, explained how the meeting will look like and introduced the theme of the meeting – New Year’s Resolution. He then invited others to explain their roles. Matt was the Timekeeper and his job was to keep …

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