Category: individual accomplishments

Sharing Responsibility
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Sharing Responsibility

Joyce Trimble, DTM “There is no I in Teamwork.”  “No Man is an Island.”  “A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.”  “Many hands make light work.” We are familiar with the common Clichés about working together.  It is not until THAT MOMENT when your options become null and void – tough choices...

Outstanding Member December 2018
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Outstanding Member December 2018

By Robi Ley,DTM,District Director Club coach. New club mentor. Club officer. Repeat. December’s Outstanding Member does all this and more. Celeste Castro quietly and consistently helps not only her home club, but other clubs that need help and energy. Celeste joined Toastmasters in 2009. She is a member of both AAFCU Flying Toasters and Flagship...

Staff Spotlight – Ninfa Flewitt
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Staff Spotlight – Ninfa Flewitt

By Ninfa Flewitt, 2019 District Conference Chair Ninfa Flewitt has done a little bit of everything and enjoys learning new things. Ninfa joined Toastmasters when her home club, Something to Talk About (Mineral Wells) was chartered in September 2016. Ninfa served as the first President of Something to Talk About and jumped into district leadership...

Is that music I hear?
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Is that music I hear?

By Joyce Trimble, DTM You may have been one of fortunate Toastmasters to hear classic guitar music playing during the last year’s area and division speech contests.  You maybe one of the fortunate to hear the strumming of a well-trained guitarist during the next season as well.   But who is that smiling face that also...

Becoming an Official “Traveling Toastmaster”
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Becoming an Official “Traveling Toastmaster”

By Marylee Mims, Past District Governor Toastmaster magazines have accompanied me on many journeys over the past few years.  Family and friends have taken pictures of me posing with a Toastmaster magazine in hopes of obtaining a quality picture that warranted submission for the Traveling Toastmaster section.   On a trip to Italy in March 2018,...