Toastmasters hears speakers at meetingJamestown Toastmasters met Feb. 21 with six members present. Paul Behle called the meeting to order. Toastmaster Daron Locina shared ideas on how to use household items to save money and help the environment.
Jamestown Toastmasters met Feb. 21 with six members present.
Paul Behle called the meeting to order.
Toastmaster Daron Locina shared ideas on how to use household items to save money and help the environment.
Anita Monek gave an entertaining speech called “Things are not Always as They Seem.”
Melissa Goodrich did a researched speech on “Hip Fractures.”
Behle, who also acted as table topics master, called on everyone for impromptu speeches about either their favorite president or favorite Dr. Seuss story.
Evaluators Bryan Jones and Monek gave feedback to Monek and Goodrich, respectively, on how well their speeches met the outlined objectives, what they liked best and suggested areas for improvement.
Ah-counter/grammarian Martin Monek recapped instances of ahs, ums and other speaking and grammatical errors by members during the meeting.
Jones, the general evaluator, shared his thoughts on the overall quality of the meeting and gave suggestions for overall club improvements.
Timer: Martin Monek
Joke Master: Behle.
Awards: Locina received the best table topics.
The next meeting is at 6 p.m. today. Toastmaster is Martin Monek and speaker is Jones.
Jamestown Toastmasters meets at 6 p.m. Tuesdays at St. James Basilica. Enter the door at the north side of the basilica and go downstairs. The public is invited and encouraged to attend as guests and see what Toastmasters is all about.