There were 8 Contestants Bill, Brian Catherine, Eileen Ilija, Judy Mike, Scott Peter Law was the Contest Chair Gail  was Toastmaster Julia  from Quaynote Speakers was the Test Speaker David  was Chief Judge Christine , our newest member, delivered the Inspiration Peter  gave an Advanced Speech – Bligh Glenis  evaluated Peter’s speech Scott  Evaluated the…

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Just another meeting? Yes, it was.  the usual mix. It started on time and finished on time The Toastmaster was friendly and warm – and expert The Table Topics were easy and answered well The speeches engaged our attention and met the Objectives The evaluations used the CRC structure Commend Recommend Commend Gail prepared an…

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What’s a Meal Meeting? We have a special Agenda with a few standard items Toastmaster – Keith Inspiration – Dean Highlights – Glenis Timing – Jenny Close – President Ilija Supper The bulk of the meeting is made up 3 minute speeches in which the speaker explains the meal they bought along to share with…

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Rob & Pauline won their Contests Pauline won the Table Topics Contest Rob won the Humorous Speech Contest Area S32 held the two contests on Wednesday night, October 12, 2016 – at our club. So what is Area S32? and who is Leonor Ragan? Leonor Ragan is our District 17 Director. She has overall responsibility…

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Saturday May 14 12 Victoria Quay members were joined by 7 Speechcrafters – Clare, Frank, John, Mary, Michelle, Phillipa and Paul. The Agenda was based on the successful model we have been using for some years now. Tracey was Toastmaster and Carla did the Timing. Ilija was Sergeant at Arms and provided the afternoon tea.…

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What’s a Meal Meeting? It’s the brainchild of Keith Hutchings.  He put it to President Dean and VP Education Peter a month ago and got the go ahead.  He was Toastmaster for Meeting #1062 and steered us through three stages of the meeting.  In each stage six members gave a 3 minute speech in which…

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Meeting 1052 – Wow! They were Dramatic Speeches!! They were personal! They revealed important information about themselves, closely related to the main subject matter of the speeches. They were all presented skilfully A warning – there is some challenging material in the speech reports below. Not an average life Carla’s CC1 Her Icebreaker – introducing…

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Video speeches can be powerful I gave a speech at Victoria Quay on Wed evening, Jan 27.  It dealt with the powerful impact that speeches now can have by using the internet to publish them. Martin Luther King’s speech: I have a dream Martin Luther King made this famous speech to more than 250,000 people…

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An our Meeting #1044 on Nov 25, 2015 Victoria Quay celebrated 20 years since our official beginning in Toastmasters.  We were chartered on Nov 27, 1995, though we first met – on Victoria Quay of course – on April 15, 1995. It was our standard meeting format – which means it was absorbing, educational and…

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CC 5:  Your Body Speaks Now what does that mean? Victoria Quay members found a new meaning at a recent meeting. Rob Turner had handled Projects 1-4.  They were all very interesting speeches and very competent. They were all fascinating stories of his experiences as a child in England in the Second World War. Yes,…

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