|Tommy Gonzalez, City Manager and
Stan See, Region Advisor
Toastmasters International enjoys recognizing organizations that consistently support Toastmasters clubs within their organization. The City of Irving was honored to receive the Corporate Recognition Award, a beautiful crystal trophy, this year.
Irving wholeheartedly supports the ICE (Irving City Employees) Breakers Toastmasters Club. The city offers the group a place to meet at City Hall and lets employees take a break from their jobs to attend weekly meetings. Stan See, Region Advisor of Toastmasters International, presented the award to city manager Tommy Gonzalez at a luncheon meeting on Friday.
Gonzalez said he was glad the city could support the club. “We provide the forum and give you the resources you need to succeed and lead,” he said. “This award proves you don’t want to lose and that you want to win. You are the best.”
|Marylee Mims of District 25; Naya Pope, ICE
Breakers President; Tommy Gonzalez, City Manager;
and Stan See, Region Advisor
Mayor Beth Van Duyne wasn’t able to attend, but provided a Proclamation declaring March 22, 2013 as ICE Breakers Toastmasters Day. The Corporate Award and proclamation were presented during the ICE Breakers “Spring Into Action” Open House. Fifteen members and 36 guests were present. Stanley See, Region Advisor; Diana Patton, Immediate Past District Governor; Marylee Mims, Lt. Governor Marketing; and Greg Pick, Division C Governor were also in attendance.
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