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Toastmasters has two speakers

The Oct. 25 meeting of the Jamestown Toastmasters club 1656 was called to order at St. James Basilica by Sergeant-at-Arms Erika Nahinurk. Brian Jones was introduced as toastmaster for the week. Paul Behle and Heather Goudreau were the speakers at...

 

The Oct. 25 meeting of the Jamestown Toastmasters club 1656 was called to order at St. James Basilica by Sergeant-at-Arms Erika Nahinurk. Brian Jones was introduced as toastmaster for the week.

Paul Behle and Heather Goudreau were the speakers at the meeting. Behle gave a speech titled “Back and 68.” Goudreau’s speech was titled “Opps.” Mike Schwartz was the table topic master. He asked three members to speak. Then Diane Ridley, Martin Monek and Erika Nahinurk were selected to speak. Monek was the general evaluator. Ridley evaluated Behle’s speech. Nahinurk evaluated Goudreau’s speech. Nahinurk gave the ah counter’s report. Schwartz gave the timer’s report.

The speak er for the Nov. 1 meeting will be Monek.

The next meeting of Jamestown Toastmasters will be on Nov. 1. Jamestown Toastmasters meets at 6 p.m. Tuesdays at St. James Basilica. Guests are always welcome.JRMC topic a t Rotary

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