This is an invitation and reminder for our upcoming meeting, on November 9, 2015. Please forward this email to invite colleagues and friends, because their presence and input help us gain presentation expertise!
The theme of the meeting is “Flight!” in honor of November being National Aviation History Month. Members are encouraged to bring a little extra “lift” to their roles, as we have fun incorporating flying into our public speeches. Don’t forget to invite some guests to join us for this meeting. By the way, guests can invite guests too. Click here for time and location.
Toastmaster: Martina Young
Opening words: Linda Wisner
Speaking Tip: Eric Deloya
Speakers*: Carol Gemberling Stewart, Larry Bishop and Randy Rightmire
General Evaluator: Bob Francome
Evaluators: Marie Azzaria, Michael Kwan, and Grace Rachow
Discussion Leader: Ron Guilbault
Discussion Leader Evaluator: Annie Dai
Rooney: Mary Jo Alburger
Back-up Speaker: ________
* Speakers please email Martina with your introduction and send Ron your Powerpoints no later than the Saturday before the meeting.
Members please send RSVP or questions to: Grace – firstname.lastname@example.org or 682-6943
- PLEASE NOTE THE MEETING TIME: 7:00PM to 9:00PM – please arrive at least 10 minutes early
Last month, our theme was “archeology,” and we certainly enjoyed “digging up things from the past.” Here is a brief synopsis of our meeting.
Our Toastmaster was Larry Bishop, and he gave us quite a clever opening, starting from Columbus, then discussing the merits of “Indigenous Cultures Day”, and connecting us to have gratitude for the science of archeology, with a few sips of wine along the way.
Our Speaking Tip came from Marie Azzaria who reminded us simply, TO HAVE FUN! Not only fun in the meeting, but also fun preparing and delivering our presentations.
Ximeng Chen, our guest from Germany, used Speech #5 (body language and gestures) to reclaim her adventures in California, by giving us a fantastic and expressive recap of her time in Hollywood with friends.