The theme of Mission Chapter Toastmasters 1,956th meeting is: FIRES
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Speaking Tip: Jen
Speakers: Chris, Norma, Jon
Table Topics: Wayne
General Evaluator: Christine
Evaluators: Larry, ________, Al
Word of the Day: Paul
Award master: Alyce
July 10, 2018, Meeting Notes
The theme of the meeting was “Contentment.” Jen was the presiding officer. There were 11 people at the meeting.
Our Toastmaster was Jen.
Paul illustrated how to beat the competition in a delightful story from his business career.
Ron’s speech on described situations where “don’t panic” was the lesson.
Taiwo’s speech title was “All About the Ball.” He taught us all about rugby, a sport that he enjoys playing. Taiwo lit up the room as he demonstrated how to throw and kick the ball. He brought along real balls to demo with. There was a Q&A afterwards, and a number of folks asked questions.
Larry led TableTopics, Wayne was our General Evaluator, Jon provided a joke.
Best speaker: Paul
Best evaluator: Christine
Best table topics: Jon
VP Education: Al
VP Membership: Ron
VP Public Relations: Chris
Club Officers 2017-2018
VP Education: Jon
VP Membership: Ron
VP Public Relations: Cindy
The meeting was called to order at 5:58 PM by the President Jon
The President turned the meeting over to Ron Guibault who installed the following officers for the July 1, 2018 through July 1, 2019 term.
The following officers were installed:
President: Jon Mussell Masuda
VP Education: Al Gibson
VP Membership: Ron Guilbault
VP Public Relationship: Chris K. Weigl
Secrecary: Alyce Jackson
Treasurer: Grace Rachow
Sergeant-at-Arms: Wayne Lenhard
The meeting proceeded as per the agenda:
Paul Burri who gave a detailed presentation about a very prevailing trip he took with friends and the consequences of how it unfolded. A lot of driving back and forth. His speech was very entertaining.
Christine keep us engaged with a speech about how people in her county of India stretch time. She left with lesson on the importance of Time Management.
Grace’s speech as very inspirational. She gave a detail true story of an interaction between a Plant (?) and a young lady named Grace. Grace, is a paraplegic and she used her talent to design a platform for this insidious plant. The joy of the speech was the emotional play between humans and plants (nature). Although the plant was cut down by the Grandmother, the story ended by the speaker indicatiing, it will grow again, because it is life.
Alyce Jackson provided impromptu Table Topics about Summer Time. Table Topics participants shared experience of What Summertime times means to them and how they spend their summers.
Best Speaker: Paul
Best Table Topics: Ron
Best Evaluator: Al.
The VP of Education established the roles of the next meeting.
Grace also remained us of the two schedule Officer Training Workshops.
A flyers was passed out giving the details.
Monday, July 23- 6:30 – 8:30
601 Firestone Road (Airport Administration Building)
RSVP to Grace at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday July 28 – 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Breakfast/Coffee provided $5 donation
Venue provided by GoTo Toastmasters
LogMeIn Café- 7417 Hollister Avenue, Goleta, Ca. RSVP : Ron Guilbault email@example.com