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BNSF Family Day

On September 25, BNSF Toastmasters and BNSF Expressed Toastmasters partnered together to staff our very own Toastmasters’ booth at the 2015 BNSF Family Day. We were able to meet BNSF employees and their families to spread the word about Toastmasters, handing out literature, toys, and novelties. The booth also held an Impromptu Speaking contest, in...


District 25 Booth at Lewisville Western Days

Lewisville Western Days is an annual community festival held on the last weekend of September.  Over 25,000 people visit the festival which features live music, kids’ activities, and booths from community organizations and local businesses.  District 25 participated this year with a booth. Thanks to all the work of nine different clubs with 17 volunteers...


How To Be A Superhero!

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a Club Sponsor, a Club Mentor and a Club Coach? Are you the type of person who would like to help clubs discover new ways to overcome challenges? Do you enjoy visiting other Toastmasters clubs in our District? Have you made a commitment this year to...


District 25 Needs Your Eyes and Ears!

District 25 covers a very large geographical area. Within our District, there are so many under-served areas that could benefit from the Toastmasters program. Take a look at this map of District 25. There are a lot of areas that don’t have clubs and there is no way any one person can know about all those areas....


2013-2014 Charters

A BIG welcome to the District 25 clubs that chartered in the 2013-2014 year! Three of these clubs have already made Distinguished:Nationstar Speaks – President’s DistinguishedTDG Toastmasters – DistinguishedThe Evaluators – Distinguished Area Charter_Date Name Location 23 8/9/2013 Nationstar Speaks Lewisville 51 9/30/2013 Pioneer Power Speakers Denton 23 9/26/2013 Progressive Leaders of Denton County Lewisville...


Preliminary Realignment Proposal

Each year the Alignment Committee develops a preliminary proposal that realigns clubs within District 25 boundaries to allow clubs and members to be more effectively served by the district leadership and area governors. Clubs are best served when an area governor is assigned between four to six clubs. To further facilitate service to the clubs...