Don't miss, Friday Night Fun...
at Breckenridge Toastmasters!
Friday, April 8th
Come join Distinguished Toastmaster Tom Cummings as he leads us through a fun evening. First, Club President, Barrington Williams, will deliver his very intriguing speech entitled, “The Three Little Pigs, an Ageless Tale of Snouts vs. Fangs, Hooves vs. Paws, Squeals vs. Howls, Who...Will...Prevail?” from the Advanced Communicator Storytelling manual. Then Tom, our club's most revered Orator with well over 300 manual speeches, will entertain and enlighten us with a motivational training. The night will end with Table Topics led by Shiva Poonja, providing all guests opportunities to speak for 2 minutes on surprise topics (everyone has the option to opt out, too). Warning: Laughter can be contagious during Table Topics!
IMPORTANT REMINDER- The meeting Time has been changed to 6:30 PM
This Friday Night
Friday, April 8th, 6:30-7:45pm
330 Pauls Dr
This is an open invite for members, guests and anyone who is curious about Toastmasters. The meeting starts at 6:30 PM, but please feel free to arrive when the doors open at 6:10 PM so that we may welcome you. Please contact us anytime to learn more about our meetings every 2nd and 4th Friday! If you have questions about tonight's meeting, you may reach out to Cate Baierlein, VP of Membership, at 813-786-2033 or Barrington Williams, President, at 248-240-1445.
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Barrington Williams-Club President
Will intrigue us with a twist on a classic tale
You Could be Next!
Be sure to try our Table Topics if you want to share in the fun
Tom Cummings- VP of Education
Will entertain and inspire us with a motivational training
Come to our Open House April 22nd for Refreshments and a Great Guest Speaker, Mark Gai!
Our Guest Speaker, Mark Gai, is a Business Coach, whose message is focused on body language and emotional intelligence. Mark represented Toastmasters’ District 84 in The 2015 World Championship of Public Speaking in Las Vegas, Nevada – Semi-finals.On April 22nd, he will share his 2016 competition speech, “Speak Up”.