Diana Patton & Bonne Stroman
Roses are red; violets are blue!
I love my club, and so will you!
Just tell us why your club’s the best,
And we will share with all the rest!
Applaud your club, say what you think,
And click right here to find the link.
But don’t be too wordy!
A blurb–150 words, or maybe 130!
Your latest club picture can be included
To go with your story. Your work is concluded!
Example of submission 2/15/2018
by Bonne Stoman, H-i-g-h-w-a-y t-o E-x-c-e-l-l-e-n-c-e Club
Heart—Caring about each other and sharing bonds of friendship
Integrity—Behaving with the utmost integrity in all things Toastmasters and beyond
Genuine—Offering genuine, honest, but encouraging speech evaluations
Helpful—Volunteering for events and roles beyond the club level
Well Run—Conducting meetings on a professional level
Achievement—Honoring our President’s Distinguished status since 2013
Yes We Can— Making the impossible possible with our “can-do attitude”
Teaching— Developing new insights and skills in 30-minute workshop sessions
Outstanding— Delivering well-planned advanced speeches with style
Established—Including a core of dedicated, long-term members
eXcitement—Wanting to share the value of our club with others
Confident—Fostering excellence in performance of meeting roles
Enrichment—Assuring that every meeting results in added value
Leadership—Developing strong leaders for our District and our community
Like-Minded—Sharing a love of all things Toastmasters
Entertaining—Having fun even with those module speeches
Noteworthy—Mentoring provided by current and past District leaders
Creative—Practicing unique approaches to speech development
Effective—Focusing on excellence in communication and leadership