BEE LUCKY!

BEE LUCKY!

Last month’s contest:

In August, we wanted to discover the longest personal name (yours) registered at Toastmasters International….that is, the D21 member with the most letters.
AND the winner is…Drum roll please!

We have not one but TWO winners of our August contest. Congratulations to Nikesh Ravind Banyandhub (thanks to Wendy Chernoff for submitting the name) and Samantha Sophia Pattridge! Both winners have 23 letters in their name (as registered at Toastmasters) and they will be receiving a $10 Starbucks card by snail mail.

Now for our September contest. Using only the letters found in the words Toastmasters International what is the longest word you can make? Obviously you can see words like ‘toast’ and ‘national’ and ‘master’. But jumble the letters up a bit and you have ‘state’ and ‘name’ and many more possible words. We’re looking for the longest word (and, no, you can’t use either ‘Toastmasters’ or ‘International’). You can enter more than once. Send entries to letters@d21toastmasters.ca. The deadline for entries is October 1st 2016.

The winner will be announced in the October newsletter and will win a $10 Starbucks card.