Here’s your opportunity to get comfortable with public speaking. You learn in a supportive atmosphere getting what is called “mic time” or “stage time”. Your friends, customers, and bosses, won’t venture to tell you that you don’t speak effectively. And even if they did, how helpful would that be? (Above on Sept. 23, Amy Thomas speaks on how she trains day care teachers to become super heroes. Her employer, Children & Family Resource Center, values her own training as a Toastmaster.)
Join Four Seasons Toastmasters and work on honing your speaking skills and leadership skills for the cost of $10 per month. Oh, by the way, you will have more fun at eight o’clock in the morning than you can have anywhere else.
We meet every Wednesday 8:00 am to 9:00 am in the auditorium (called the Smoky Mountain Theater) at Lake Point Landing retirement community in Hendersonville, NC.
We invite interested people to visit our club. Try to be there before eight in the morning so that we can have time to visit with you before we start the meeting.
Former TM President Betty McCallister looks intently at her prompt on a slip of paper that Table Topics Master Carol Walters let her choose from the pot. Yes, this is the subject Betty is to speak on impromptu for one to two minutes before the other Toastmasters in this August 5th meeting.
Youth Toastmasters filled all the prepared speaking roles as well as the toastmaster role and several of the eyes and ears team positions as part of their graduation exercise. Three sets of consecutive 8-12 class sessions were run from spring 2014 to spring 2015 with a total of 30 graduates.
Unable to attend at 8am? There is another club in town.
New Dimensions Toastmasters
Tuesdays from 5:30 to 6:40pm. Brookdale East 2601 Chimney Rock Road
Hendersonville, NC 28792 www.newdimensions.toastmastersclubs.org
This is the current schedule of roles.
Please sign up so we can fill the gaps!