by Chris Raneri DTM District Director Some people have musical talents and some people have athletic talents. This month’s outstanding...
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District 25 District Council Annual Business Meeting
will be held as a hybrid meeting on:
Saturday May 15, 2021 at 10:30 am
Hot Topics Newsletter* 4/20/2021
*or most recent news publication
Acton Now – 04/17/21
D25 Annual Business Meeting
& Zoom Links
FULL SCHEDULE HERE!
B = Briefing, C = Contest
From Speaker to Trainer Workshop
May 23, 2021 – 1:00pm – 5:30pm
Additional Details Available Soon.
Leave ’em In the Dust
Education, Officer Training,
Beat the Clock
Toastmasters International Arard
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new, dual, reinstated member
Receive Ribbon &
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For your club to be
Recognized for going
Above & Beyond
requirements to receive
5 Star Ribbbon
Clubs having 20+
Members as of 6/30
will receive 20+ Ribbon
Monthly drawing for $25
Toastmasters International gift certificate
for clubs having an Open House.
Celebrate Your Club’s Anniversary
Hot Topics Newsletter
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Update to District 25 Business Due to COVID-19
Here in District 25, we take the health and wellbeing of our members and their families seriously. As such we want to keep you up to date on changes that affect you.
Current changes to District 25 business:
Toastmasters International has temporarily lifted the policy to now allow all clubs to meet virtually. Clubs can decide how they meet as long as all state and federal guidelines are followed. See how your club can still be successful.
See this video message from International President Richard E. Peck, who provides an update on how the coronavirus disease has impacted Toastmasters.
In addition, Toastmasters International has required that all Speech Contests at the Area, Division, and District levels must be conducted online through June 30, 2021. In the event that an in-person District event is organized, the District must provide online participation options for members who cannot attend in person.
You may review the full context in the redlines of the
We know that 2020 has been a difficult time and your focus is being pulled in all directions.
Use Toastmasters as your outlet.
Continue Running Your Marathon!
Continue to support your fellow Toastmaster!
Remain healthy and continue to look for more communication in the coming weeks.
District 25 Leadership Team
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