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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...

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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...

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Membership Mondays is Back!

Membership Monday is the opportunity for every member of District 25 to participate in a live call-in session when fellow Toastmasters share their Toastmaster experiences, speaking on current topics of interest in Toastmasters. For 2013-2014, Membership Monday will be known as “Membership Matters”. The format will remain the same and the sessions will be held...

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D25 & You: Blossoming Together

“The day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” – Anais Nin Where are you, fellow Toastmaster, on your personal development journey? You can hasten the blossoming of your communications and leadership skills while serving in a volunteer role. Here are a...

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When Your Club Needs a Hand. . .

Call on the Helping Hands program! Helping Hands is for clubs whose membership is down and who feel that it would be beneficial to have extra hands and fresh ideas to make their club meetings stronger. The goal of Helping Hands is to re-energize the existing members and help turn visitors into members.A Helping Hands...

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“We” Made a Great Team

We “Explored the Possibilities” for keeping our existing members engaged, attracting new members and chartering new clubs in our efforts to continue being an outstanding district in which to be members. We did it! District 25 surpassed the goals set out by Toastmasters International for being “Distinguished”! On this journey, many of us achieved personal...

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How to Catch and Keep Members

Many of our clubs are experiencing their highest numbers due to finishing strong in their quest for Distinguished or better status at the end of June. Congratulations! In an effort to ensure that our clubs stay healthy and have members who are happy and remain with the clubs, we will be holding our first Marketing...

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Marketing: A Different Perspective

Is your Toastmasters club successful? There are many factors that determine what makes a successful Toastmasters club. One example would be the 10 criteria or goals that comprise the Distinguished Club Program. This is great, but I would like to view success from a different perspective.   I believe a successful club’s marketing strategy uses more...

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Are You Wearing Your Toastmasters?

We all know that word-of-mouth advertising is the very best form of advertising. We also know that every Toastmaster (not just your friendly VP Membership) is an important part of their club’s membership efforts. Wearing Toastmasters pins, badges, buttons, and shirts can help get you noticed and start those conversations that can lead others to...