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Meet the Incoming Leadership Team!

Saturday evening, May 5, at the District 25 Spring Conference, the newly elected officers were installed by International Director David McCallister, DTM. Leading the team is District Governor-Elect Bonne K. Stroman, DTM. Bonne has been a member of Toastmasters for eleven years and has served the district as Training Chair, Area 11 Governor, Lt. Governor Marketing, and Lt. Governor...

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Results of Annual Business Meeting

At the Annual Meeting of the District Council on May 5, the following people were elected to district office: Bonne Stroman District Governor Dean Lampman Lt. Governor Education and Training Marylee Mims Lt. Governor Marketing Division Governors: Mike Kinser Division A Tisha Randle Division B Greg Pick Division C Chuck Mencke Division D Amelinda Salas...

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Rocking the Sheraton!

Did you have Fun at the District 25 Spring Conference, “Ignite the Flame?” I definitely did! My flame is ignited, and I cannot wait for Fall Conference. I am 100% positive that there was no comparison between District 25 Toastmasters and any other group at the Sheraton. Of course, I may be a little prejudiced, but those...

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Hard Work, Friendships and Laughter

The Spring Conference was a HUGE success and I believe it “Ignited the Flame” of those who attended. I like this picture as it was taken when the conference registration opened. It captures the smiles of several conference committee members as well as a smiling First Timer! Add in our fabulous LGET (and District Governor-elect)...

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D25 Honors Dale Hansen for Communication and Leadership

WFAA Sports Director Dale Hansen received District 25’s Communications and Leadership Award at our Spring Conference. Hansen gave a 20-minute keynote speech in which he reflected on his career, Midwestern roots (he hails from Iowa) and family. In introducing Hansen, Dean Lampman (D25 LGM and DTM) cited Hansen’s strong convictions, great communications skills, and compassion...

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Toga Thoughts

As the chants of “Toga, toga” still echo in my mind, and in my thoughts I watch smiling faces prance across the stage in their  imaginative creations, it reminds me Toastmasters is supposed to be fun as well as being seriously invested in helping people overcome the fear of public speaking and developing into community leaders. The Tall Tales were absolutely amazing. Each was so well thought...

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