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Results – Membership Momentum
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Results – Membership Momentum

Were you one of 2114 members that handled their dues renewal by March 31, 2018?  The membership list was pulled bright and early on April 1, by Richard Layne our District Administration Manager.  Information was sorted for those that had paid their dues and then list created for each Division. We used a nice little...

Building Membership
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Building Membership

As members of Toastmasters, we recognize how much Toastmasters has to offer and we want to make that available to others. How do we build membership? Retention First, we need to check with the members in our club to make sure that their needs are being met. If they are, great. If they are not,...

3 Ways to Share Your News
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3 Ways to Share Your News

We want to hear what is happening with you and your club. 1. Join the d25 Toastmasters Bulletin Board on Facebook and post your exciting news to share with the rest of District 25. 2. Send pictures of your event, along with the date and a brief description, to pics@d25toastmasters.org. Then the images will be posted in...

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I’m Not Joining Toastmasters!

After my sister, Dee Dee, retired, she wanted to move closer to me so that it was easier to do things together.  While she was in the Houston area, my husband, Mike, and I started searching for a home for Dee Dee in Arlington. As soon as Dee Dee’s house sold, she started packing for...

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Bullet Point Basics of a Club Mentoring Plan

The following is from a Club Success Workshop presented at the December 10th TLI. Why have a mentoring plan?1. There are benefits for new members. They can: a. Learn the program, club standards & customsb. Develop confidencec. Participate mored. Quickly learn speaking skills 2. There are also benefits for more experienced members who can: a....

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Let’s Talk New Members

Club growth is more than just finding and chartering new clubs. It’s also about adding members to your existing clubs. Community, corporate, advance, or specialty clubs, we can all benefit from new ideas, new excitement, and new members. Every year, Toastmasters International runs the Smedley Award promotion from August 1 to September 30. This award...

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Let’s Create an Excellent Experience

The dictionary defines Excellence as “the quality of being outstanding.” This past year, we worked to “Achieve Excellence.” This year we will focus on how our members can “Experience Excellence.” How do you create an excellent experience for the members of your club?Be Clear About What You Want – That’s the VisionWhat do you want...

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Being Visitor Ready

This is a season of open houses and special meetings.  Below are some suggestions to help visitors contact your club more easily. Please look at your club website, company website, Meetup page, Facebook page, etc. through the eyes of a visitor who has never visited your club. Is the club meeting information current throughout the...

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Love Promotion Reaches Successful End

The D25 Love Promotion has ended.  Once again D25 Toastmasters responded to a need. Volunteers were needed to coach existing clubs and mentor new clubs.  Thanks to your caring hearts, a  roster of 18 people was gathered~~Toastmasters  who answered, “It’s not much…but it’s all I have!” With your support, the Club Support Committee was able...

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Membership Renewal Time

The membership renewal orders for your club are now available on the Toastmasters International website. To submit renewals online, go to www.toastmasters.org/clubcentral and log in with your username and password. Next, follow these steps: On the Club Central home page select the club name and number you want to pay renewals for. On the Conduct...