February 27 Fast Trackers

Don’t miss the International Speech and Table Topics Contest on March 6th at Palmetto Electric. Supper will be at 6 p.m. followed by the contest at 7 p.m.

President Rosemary Staples opened the meeting with the pledge of allegiance. Rosemary then relinquished the lectern to Toastmaster of the Day, David Premo who invited the various members to describe their roles. Word Master Dee Ouellette selected an especially appropriate word for her colleagues. A solecism is an error in spoken or written form. Solecism also refers to an improper action or breech of decorum or etiquette.

Solecism, first used in the middle 1500’s, was a derogatory reference to the dialect of the inhabitants of Soli, a city in Cilicia, who spoke an incorrect form of Attic, which was the main dialect of Greek. It is understandable why the inhabitants of Cilicia strayed from classic Attic. At various points in history the region, now part of southern Turkey, was variously controlled by Greece, Italy, Persia, The Armenian Kingdom and the Ottoman Empire.

Table Topics Master Kathy Diello delivered a smorgasbord of topics. Charlie McOuat, told of why he is looking forward to daylight saving time. Additionally, Charlie noted that the number of heart attacks spikes the day following each of the two annual changing of the clocks. Fran Reed knew without hesitation that her favorite movie was Coal Miner’s Daughter, which she studied in a college course on script writing. David Paulter explained if he were to produce an award program, it would be for ordinary people overcoming the sort of personal problems that, while not major in nature, can present a person with a turning point in his or her life.

Prepared speakers this morning included Elizabeth Millen telling the stories behind the covers of her publications. With images and narrative, she explained some of her favorite cover illustrations in a way few if any of her readers could deduce. Her selection ranged from the works of famous artists to one done by an Alzheimer’s patient. Whatever the disease had taken from the woman at that stage of her decline, she retained her talent and sensitivity.

Maurren Korzik was next on the agenda. A recent trip through the Panama Canal prompted her study of the 50-mile long man-made waterway considered one of the seven wonders of the modern world. Maureen recounted the initial failure of the French effort, followed by numerous U.S. missteps until president Teddy Roosevelt took control of the Isthmus of Panama and ultimately made the 400-year old dream a project of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. After enormous cost of lives and money, the canal opened in 1914 connecting the two largest oceans. At one point in the transit, ships are 85 feet above sea level.

David Paulter took home the Best Table Topic ribbon. Tom Drago garnered top evaluation honors for his comments about Elizabeth’s cover story. Maureen Korzik won best speech of the day.

 March 06 Meeting Roles

Members Signed Up

ToastMaster Kathy Diello, ATM-S, AL
WordMaster Jamie Simmons
Ah Counter Helen M Price
Grammarian Diane McMahon, CTM
Vote Counter Tom Drago
Timer Paul Glick, ATM-S, CL
TableTopicsMaster Dee Ouellette
Speaker #1 Charlie McOuat, ATM-S
Speaker #2 Daisy White
Speaker #3 Chad Beauchamp
Johnny On The Spot OPEN
General Evaluator David Premo, CTM
Evaluator #1 Cindy Foster, CTM
Evaluator #2 Maureen Korzik
Evaluator #3 Rosemary Staples, ATM-S, AL
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February 20 Fast Trackers

Next Meeting–Feb 27–will be at the Fire Station on Dillon Road

Plan on the International Speech and Table Topics Contest on March 6th at Palmetto Electric. Supper at 6 PM; contests at 7 PM.

This was a rather “historic” day at Fast Trackers, from the word of the day to planned speeches.

President Rosemary Staples opened the meeting with the pledge of allegiance. Rosemary then relinquished the lectern to Toastmaster of the Day, Charlie McOuat who invited the various members to describe their roles. Word Master Elizabeth Millen, perhaps still in a romantic mood a week after St Valentine’s Day, selected the adjective Quixotic as the word of the day. She correctly demonstrated that the “x” is not silent (quicks-otic) in this derivation of the name of the literary character, Don Quixote, created in 1605 by Spanish novelist Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. The “x” is silent in the name (key-ho-tee). Most Americans will remember the Broadway and Hollywood productions and the music from Man of La Mancha, based on Don Quixote. Both the character and the word of the day represent romantic, chivalorus, and often impractical and unpredictible behavior.

Table Topics Master Paul Glick turned to the weather in this week of near-historic low temperatures. Mike Sanz opined that the energy level of island residents, not the air temperature, is the harbinger of spring on Hilton Head. Fran Reed recalled that a winter some 60 years ago was the last time she made a snowman with her sister. Michelle Casey explained her coffee pot is the device most important in her day.

Prepared speakers this morning included Rosemary Staples who opened with a reenactment of Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross and twice a short-term resident of Hilton Head. In costume, commentary, and countnance, Rosemary dissappeared into her character. Sharon Fisher completed project five of the Storytelling manual, “making history come to life.” She narrated her “visit” to Martha Washington on the day the first lady fulfilled her late husband’s wish and freed his slaves. Rex Gale, who recently completed his ATM-Silver requirements, explained how to turn being fired into being “fired up” to actually enhance one’s career.

Back in her Contest Master role, Sharon Fisher reminded Fast Trackers about the March 6 International Speech and Table Topics contest. The event will be in the Hilton Head Palmetto Electric Community Room. Social/Supper will begin at 6:00 pm and the contest will follow at 7:00 p.m.

Mike Sanz took home the Best Table Topic ribbon. Diane McMahon garnered top evaluation honors for her comments about Rosemary’s performance. Rosemary Staples (as Clara Barton) won best speech of the day.

 

Feb 27 Meeting Roles

Members Signed Up

ToastMaster David Premo, CTM
WordMaster Dee Ouellette
Ah Counter Paul Glick, ATM-S, CL
Grammarian Diane McMahon, CTM
Vote Counter Daisy White
Timer Cindy Foster, CTM
TableTopicsMaster Kathy Diello, ATM-S, AL
Speaker #1 Angel Flewelling
Speaker #2 Maureen Korzik
Speaker #3 Elizabeth Millen, ATM-S
Johnny On The Spot Open
General Evaluator Alison Meeks, CTM
Evaluator #1 Sharon Fisher
Evaluator #2 Beau Patterson, ATM-S
Evaluator #3 Tom Drago
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February 13 Fast Trackers

FEB 27 Meeting at Fire Station

Speech Contest March 06

 

President Rosemary Staples opened the meeting with the pledge of allegiance. She introduced Contest Master Sharon Fisher who provided details about the March 6 International Speech and Table Topics contest. The event will be in the Hilton Head Palmetto Electric Community Room. Social/Supper will begin at 6:00 pm and the contest will follow at 7:00 p.m.

Rosemary then relinquished the lectern to Toastmaster of the Day, Ann Cyran who invited the various members to describe their roles. Word Master Kathy Diello energetically introduced the word of the day, moxie. The word entered the lexicon in the 1930’s as a result of extensive advertising of Moxie Nerve Food, a patent medicine developed in New England and still sold regionally as a soft drink with a distinctive flavor requiring an “acquired” taste.

Table Topics Master Angel Flewelling continued the focus on specific words. Michelle Casey explained her concept of fun is connecting with people. Charlie McOuat decided if required to select a single word to descibe him, his wife would choose enigma. Everyone welcomed Tom Drago, back from his paternity leave, who defined true love with a fable as well as expounding his concept.

Prepared speakers included Fran Reed singing and dancing her way into speech eight of the Competent Communicator (CC) manual, “using visual aids.” Her topic was the history of women’s struggles for equality; she is a third generation activist for the cause. Daisy White followed with a delightful “dialogue” between a child and his teacher as she demonstrated vocal variety, also from the CC series. The child in Daisy’s speech consoled the distraught teacher by explaining how her current activities comply with new directives for the classroom. Finally, David Premo, working from the Technical Presentations manual, explained how Fast Trackers can face down Table Topics questions using the ladder of abstractions, bridging, and chunking. An outline and references are in the Sources and Resources section of our web site.

Tom Drago, back on his game, won Best Table Topic. Jodie Randisi garnered top evaluation honors for her comments about Fran’s speech. David Premo won best speech of the day.

Roles Members Signed Up
ToastMaster Charlie McOuat, ATM-S
WordMaster Elizabeth Millen, ATM-S
Ah Counter Cindy Foster, CTM
Grammarian Fran Reed
Vote Counter Dee Ouellette
Timer Jamie Simmons
TableTopicsMaster Paul Glick, ATM-S, CL
Speaker #1 Rosemary Staples, ATM-S, AL
Speaker #2 Rex Gale
Speaker #3 Sharon Fisher
Johnny On The Spot Helen M Price
General Evaluator Anne Cyran, ATM-S, CL
Evaluator #1 Helen M Price
Evaluator #2 Helen M Price
Evaluator #3 David Premo, CTM

 

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February 06 Fast Trackers

For the Feb 13 meeting, come prepared with the toughest Table Topic question you can recall, and we will turn the tables on tough questions.

President Rosemary Staples opened the meeting with the pledge of allegiance and welcomed three guests as well as new member Michelle Casey.  Rosemary then presented the Advanced Communicator Gold certificate to club secretary and area governor Kathy Diello. Congratulations, Kathy.

Toastmaster of the Day, Alison Meeks stated the theme for the meeting would be “heart” and invited the various members to describe their roles.

Table Topics Master David Premo picked up the heart theme with questions pertaining to words containing “heart,” sayings on Sweethearts candy, and advice to teens on affairs of the heart. Mike Sanz explained why he should be described as “coldhearted.” But in truth he was demonstrating a heart of gold when he pushed his former students and players to put their hearts into scholastics and athletics. Michelle Casey shared her propensity to lead with her heart. She argued for addition of the slogan “Here’s my heart, head will follow” to the sayings on the candy hearts in the boxes so popular at this time of year. Maureen Korzik would tell youths to embrace “heartbreak” as part of the process of learning the joys of loving.

Prepared speakers included Cindy Foster persuading the Fast Trackers to eschew the slogan: “60 is the new 40.” She argued that “60 is the new 60,” and the new 60 will augur a period of growth, not decline. Charlie McOuat talked about some of the light-hearted moments he encountered as a literacy volunteer. Finally, Elizabeth Millen implored the Fast Trackers to find or add passion to their lives. She realized, not in a relationship but on a solitary retreat, that passion for one’s profession is the essential measure of personal success.

Mike Sanz won Best Table Topic. David Pautler garnered top honors for his comments about Elizabeth’s speech. Cindy Foster left with the blue ribbon for the finest speech of the day.

The New England Confectionery Company (NECCO) makes more than 8 billion candy hearts every year to keep up with the demand for the sweet treat. Every day from late February through mid-January, around 100,000 pounds of conversation candy hearts are made. The entire amount produced during this time sells out in six weeks. Candy hearts are the best-selling Valentine’s Day candy.  http://www.necco.com/Candy/Sweethearts/History.aspx

Roles for Feb. 13
Members Signed Up
ToastMaster Anne Cyran, ATM-S, CL
WordMaster Kathy Diello, ATM-S, AL
Ah Counter Alison Meeks, CTM
Grammarian Paul Glick, ATM-S, CL
Vote Counter Daisy White
Timer Maureen Korzik
TableTopicsMaster Angel Flewelling
Speaker #1 Fran Reed
Speaker #2 Chad Beauchamp
Speaker #3 David Premo, CTM
Johnny On The Spot more
General Evaluator Shannon Stephens
Evaluator #1 Helen M Price
Evaluator #2 Rex Gale
Evaluator #3 Rosemary Staples, ATM-S, AL
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January 30 Fast Trackers

President Rosemary Staples opened the meeting with the pledge of allegiance and welcomed returning guest, Chris Wray.  Kathy Diello reminded members of her class, “How to Conduct the Super Bowl of Speech Contests,” [held on] Saturday, January 31 at Palmetto Electric Building in Hardeeville. Kathy [taught] the class from 10 to 12.

Toastmaster of the Day, Elizabeth Millen invited the various members to describe their roles. Shannon Stephens, Table Topics Master asked simple and intriguing questions like how to spend an extra grand, best advice ever given and what’s best about Hilton Head Island. Dee Ouelette won the day’s vote with her mother’s advice to emphasize and be proud of who Dee’s height, and to wear those platform shoes even as you tower over all the boys in class!

Prepared speakers included Rosemary Staples performing as Clara Barton in a trip back in time to 1895. Mike Sanz talked about the stages of being a principal in the public school system, concluding that most of the years fell into the “having a blast” category. Finally, Fran Reed described her own personal experiences in the plight of immigrants and how President Obama’s Executive Orders may bring their children out of the shadows.

Mike Sanz won Best Speaker and Diane McMahon won Best Evaluator for her comments about Fran Reed’s speech.

 

Roles For Feb 06 Meeting

Members Signed Up

ToastMaster Alison Meeks, CTM
WordMaster Anne Cyran, ATM-S, CL
Ah Counter Helen M Price
Grammarian Rosemary Staples, ATM-S, AL
Vote Counter Daisy White
Timer Kathy Diello, ATM-S, AL
TableTopicsMaster David Premo, CTM
Speaker #1 Cindy Foster, CTM
Speaker #2 Rex Gale
Speaker #3 Elizabeth Millen, ATM-S
Johnny On The Spot
General Evaluator Sharon Fisher
Evaluator #1 Fran Reed
Evaluator #2 John R Wigington
Evaluator #3 David Pautler, ATM-G

 

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January 23 Fast Trackers

President Rosemary Staples opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. Rosemary welcomed three guests, two of whom were return visitors. She then introduced Toastmaster of the day, Chris Cassidy.

After some last minute role substitution, Mike Sanz volunteered to assume the duties of Word Master. He selected a term not oft heard aside from medicine or physiology. Innervate means to supply with nerves or to stimulate a body part with nerve impulses. Innervate is often confused with enervate, which means to sap, exhaust or weaken.

Table Topics Master Angel Flewelling rolled the dice—literally—to pick topics. Actually, it was a single die and used in the game Balderdash. In this abbreviated version of the board game, each “contestant” rolled the die to get a date in history, about which the Fast Tracker was to relate—or fabricate—a story. Jodie Randisi recalled the date followed her birthday and presented the first opportunity for her to drive legally. Michelle Billington, our newest Fast Tracker, knew that her date happened to be the day in history on which her parents met in England. Nick Nickels admitted to a day that culminated in a bit of misspent youth involving paint, a water tower, and perhaps some canned beverages.

During the prepared speeches Jane Jude, speaking from the Technical Presentations manual, briefed the attendees on the tenuous status and stability of our current web site and club online. She briefed us on the new service through Toast Host. The site transition is in process and will be completed in the coming weeks. Beau Patterson also detailed a youthful act—a scuffle that ultimately KO’d his college plans. With a bit of help and guidance plus his speaking skills, Beau eventually attained his degrees and a position behind the bench. Fran Reed, as she did for her first five speeches, took her sixth speech from her book We Are Not The Enemy. Each chapter is a vignette about a person Fran aided in some way in his or her struggle to be free. This week’s story was about a man who chose his son over his new life in America.

First Place Winners: Nick Nickels took home the first place ribbon in Table Topics. Having won two of his three forays into the Table Topics arena, Nick may be considering the spring contest. Beau Patterson was judged deserving of the best speech honors, and David Paulter won the best evaluator ribbon for his review of Fran Reed’s speech.

 

 

Roles for January 30 Meeting Members Signed Up
ToastMaster Elizabeth Millen, ATM-S
WordMaster Fran Reed
Ah Counter Nick Nickels
Grammarian Alison Meeks, CTM
Vote Counter Anne Cyran, ATM-S, CL
Timer Helen M Price
TableTopicsMaster Shannon Stephens
Speaker #1 Rosemary Staples, ATM-S, AL
Speaker #2 John R Wigington
Speaker #3 Rex Gale
Johnny On The Spot David Pautler, ATM-G
General Evaluator Angel Flewelling
Evaluator #1 Cindy Foster, CTM
Evaluator #2 Beau Patterson, ATM-S
Evaluator #3 Diane McMahon, CTM

 

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January 16 Fast Trackers

President Rosemary Staples opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. Rosemary then welcomed four guests, two of whom were return visitors. She reminded us that on three days this year, our regular meeting location is not available and that she is working to secure an alternate location. The first such day will be February 27. The alternate location will be announced shortly. She then introduced Toastmaster of the day, Charlie McOuat, who set the theme for the meeting in remembrance of Martin Luther King.

The word of the day Alison Meeks, Word Master, selected is no riddle. The original Greek ainissesthai, however, meant to speak obscurely or in riddles. From there it was a short step to creating the noun ainigma, referring to riddles. In English, we know an enigma is a person, phrase or thing that is difficult to understand or explain.

Table Topics Master Beau Patterson noted the proximity to MLK day and framed his questions accordingly. Marilyn Hayes spoke of inspiration. Chad Beauchamp opined about dreams. Jodie Randisi, whom you may recall as our gracious target speaker from last August’s evaluation contest, fielded the question about “peace.” Peace, she assured us, emanates from faith.

During the prepared speeches David Premo, beginning the Technical Presentations manual, briefed the attendees on the nature of viral infections, as opposed to bacterial, fungi and yeast. He focused mainly on the current flu epidemic, cold season, and the continuing Ebola outbreak.

Thursday evening, an alert went out notifying everyone of an opening on the speaking list. Rex Gale stepped up without hesitation—and thanks go to the others who offered to do so. What a great club this is that a number of people rise to the occasion even to fill last minute speaking slots with less than a day’s notice. Rex provided a definition of, and a recipe for, true happiness based on a song from his childhood.

Jodie Randisi took home the first place ribbon in Table Topics from her first meeting back as a renewed member of Fast Trackers. David Premo garnered top speech honors, and Paul Glick won the best evaluator ribbon for his review of Rex Gale’s speech.

Roles for January 23 Meeting

Members Signed Up

ToastMaster Chris Cassidy, CTM
WordMaster more
Ah Counter Anne Cyran, ATM-S, CL
Grammarian David Premo, CTM
Vote Counter Daisy White
Timer Paul Glick, ATM-S, CL
TableTopicsMaster Angel Flewelling
Speaker #1 Jane Jude, ATM-G, AL
Speaker #2 more
Speaker #3 Fran Reed
Johnny On The Spot Beau Patterson, ATM-S
General Evaluator Helen M Price
Evaluator #1 Charlie McOuat, ATM-S
Evaluator #2 Kathy Diello, ATM-S, AL
Evaluator #3 David Pautler, ATM-G

 

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January 09 Fast Trackers

Happy New Year and Welcome Back from the Holiday Break!

 

President and Toastmaster of the day, Rosemary Staples opened the first meeting of 2015 and led the Pledge of Allegiance. She reminded us that on three days this year, our regular meet location is not available and that she is working to secure an alternate location. The first such day will be February 27.

Rosemary announced the date of the Fast Trackers’ round of the International Speech Contest and Table Topics. The competition will be held Friday evening March 06 at Palmetto Electric on Matthews Drive. She challenged all members to participate in some way—give a speech, try Table Topics, serve as an official from judge to all the normal Toastmaster meeting roles.

Angel Flewelling, the first Word Master of 2015, turned to Latin for a doublet of “strange.” Indeed extraneous is a combination of “foreign” and “from without .” In modern usage, extraneous connotes “unnecessary, unimportant,” and “not relevant.”

Table Topics Master Fran Reed allowed participants to pick from a choice of three topics: altruistic activities, a favorite book, or a vacation to Australia. Maureen Korzik outlined her vacation plans for Costa Rica. Nick Nickels, fresh from his first Table Topics win at the last meeting, explained the joy of working to feed others, or in his case, washing their dishes.   Dee Ouellette combined both reading material and Australia as she told of a favorite 8-book series chronicling the history of one family that settled in the land down under. A vacation would afford Dee the opportunity to visit the sites described by the author. If the timing was right, she would also watch the New Year’s fireworks at the famed Sydney Opera House.

During the prepared speeches Charlie McOuat told of day half a century ago when Stanley Frank Musial, whose baseball career comprised some 17 major league records, 29 National League honors, and nine All-Star Game records, visited Rochester, NY. Charlie cherished both the memory of meeting his hero and the photograph of the meeting that ran in the now defunct Rochester Times Union. Alas while six of “Stan the Man’s” records survive unbroken, Charlie’s photo was lost. As a holiday gift, Charlie’s daughter, Heather, enlisted the help of a Rochester librarian and replaced her dad’s cherished photo. In the process, Heather also replaced Stan Musial as Charlie’s favorite hero.

David Paulter engaged his fellow Fast Trackers in a brain storming session. David demonstrated how to keep the ideas flowing with positive reinforcement and an absence of judgment. He enlisted a scribe to staff the white board, freeing the moderator from the task of recording the ideas, which so often breaks the rhythm of creativity. During his allotted time, the group developed a topical outline for two sales videos.

“It’s never too late,” promised Fast Trackers’ past president Elizabeth Millen. Her goal was to inspire the audience to act on some unrequited dream. She did so with a plethora of well-researched quotations and anecdotes of people who became recognizable because they ultimately fulfilled their long unrequited dreams.

Dee Ouellette’s double dip approach scooped up first place in Table Topics. Elizabeth Millen won top speech honors, and Alison Meeks took the best evaluator ribbon for her review of Charlie McOuat’s speech.

Roles for January 16 Meeting Members
ToastMaster Charlie McOuat, ATM-S
WordMaster Alison Meeks, CTM
Ah Counter Daisy White
Grammarian Elizabeth Millen, ATM-S
Vote Counter Helen M Price
Timer Rex Gale
TableTopicsMaster Beau Patterson, ATM-S
Speaker #1 David Premo, CTM
Speaker #2 David Premo, CTM
Speaker #3 Jolyn Deboer
Johnny On The Spot
General Evaluator Cindy Foster, CTM
Evaluator #1 Anne Cyran, ATM-S, CL
Evaluator #2 Anne Cyran, ATM-S, CL
Evaluator #3 Paul Glick, ATM-S, CL
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FastTrackers location change

FastTrackers,

Palmetto Electric has scheduled meetings for three Fridays in 2015 so the room will be unavailable.  Chief Brad, may we meet on the following dates?  They are:

Friday-February 27th 

Friday- July 31st

Friday-November 13th

Thank you and see you all Friday!

Rosemary Staples

 

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December 19 Fast Trackers

Happy Holidays! Next Meeting January 09  

Sergeant at Arms and Toastmaster of the day, Sharon Fisher opened the rather small meeting and led the Pledge of Allegiance. The flu took a toll on the Fast Trackers this week and attendance was down at the meeting and at the holiday party hosted by Rex and Sue Gale on December 20.

With the holidays on the horizon, Sharon opted to note some non-holiday historical events that occurred on December 19. In 1776 a bedraggled Continental Army headed to regroup for the decisive assault on Trenton. To boost the flagging spirits of the army and the citizens, Thomas Paine wrote the first of his 16 The American Crisis papers, opening with his most famous line, “These are the times that try men’s souls.”

Mike Sanz as Word Master, in preparation for the next day’s Fast Trackers’ holiday party, selected a word coined by Lewis Carrol in “Through The Looking Glass”: frabjous.

Table Topics Master Dee Ouellette, asked Susan Johnson which TV special gets her in a holiday spirit. Susan, who has not owned a TV in 12 years, hastened to explain that she becomes festive by enjoying light displays seen during winter night drives. Cindy Foster responding to an inquiry about her favorite holiday food,” acknowledged a lack of culinary prowess, but did recall the holiday meals her mother prepared. Nick Nickels, our newest Fast Tracker, got is first taste of Table Topics when he fielded the query “what Christmas tradition do you hold dear”? Nick explained why he really cherishes Thanksgiving most of all holidays

During the prepared speeches Jolyn DeBoer took to the TV airwaves again this week and interviewed retired jurist Beau Patterson. She guided him through an explanation of the roles of the three branches of government. Alison Meeks, “presented us with presents” as she opened a series of gift boxes containing pairs of words people often find challenging: farther/further, bring/take, fewer/less, and more. Fran Reed added body language to her repertoire as she recounted the story of Jay, a child with Down Syndrome, whom Fran and her children taught to talk.

First timer Nick Nickels had a first place in Table Topics. Fran Reed won top speech honors, and John Wigington took the best evaluator ribbon for his review of Fran Reed’s speech.

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 Speaking About Speaking—A weekly selection of items for and about public speaking. Look at the link in the back bar at the top of each page, just below the Toastmasters logo. There you will find the links to all the new—and old—features of our web site. The page will be updated weekly; you will get an email notification.

Roles for January 09 Meeting Members

ToastMaster

Rosemary Staples, ATM-S, AL
WordMaster Angel Flewelling
Ah Counter Daisy White
Grammarian David Premo, CTM
Vote Counter Cindy Foster, CTM
Timer Anne Cyran, ATM-S, CL
TableTopicsMaster Fran Reed
Speaker #1 Charlie McOuat, ATM-S
Speaker #2 David Pautler, ATM-G
Speaker #3 Elizabeth Millen, ATM-S
Johnny On The Spot
General Evaluator Paul Glick, ATM-S, CL
Evaluator #1 Alison Meeks, CTM
Evaluator #2 Rex Gale
Evaluator #3 Helen M Price

 

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