Entries by Carol Carter

Pathways Guides Will be Coming to Your Club Soon!

LATEST PATHWAYS NEWS We have our official notice.  Pathways is to roll out for Region 1 in March 2018.  We have our Pathways Guides!!  They have all been notified and will be receiving their kits in a few weeks.  Once they have arrived and they begin their training, they will be scheduling site visits to […]

Expanding Horizons in November

What to do when the weather turns cold and snowy? If you are a Toastmaster in District 21, there’s a LOT you can do! Watch this video and read the brief notes below. Please click on the articles in the November newsletter (or see other articles on our website) to find out more about: – […]

Finding Your Club’s “Unique Learning Opportunity”

November Update: Thank you to all the clubs who sent their Unique Learning Opportunity “Tag Lines” or concise sentences before the October 31st deadline! You will ALL be receiving a very SPECIAL SURPRISE at the Fall Conference November 10 – 12th.  New Challenge – get your “Tag Line” in by December 31st! If your team […]

Official Notice of the District 21 Council Meeting

Our next District 21 Council Meeting will be held on Saturday, November 11th, 1:30pm, at the Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort, 100 Harbour Rd, Victoria, BC V9A 0G1 The District Council includes: Both the President and Vice President Education of each District 21 club All District Executive Committee Members including Division Directors, Area Directors, the District PR […]

Pulling Together in October

This month’s focus is on teamwork. You’ve sent your club dues in to Toastmasters International (THANK YOU!!! 141 clubs are in good standing and another 7 are working hard to get there), you’ve created your Club Success Plan, you’ve had your club Humorous and Table Topics Speech Contests, maybe twisted a few arms of potential […]

Welcome to September – Storming Together!

Welcome to one of the best (and craziest) months of the Toastmasters year! You may have been vacationing, relaxing, or herding young children around. You might have been fighting the fires burnng around the Province, or housing displaced friends and relatives. Some have changed jobs, life situations, or houses. Still other of you have just […]