Rising Tide 10% Growth Challenge – WINNERS!

The Results Are In! Club Care kits and Party Packs will be at the Conference for these winning clubs!

23 clubs rose at least 10% above their July 1st base as of April 1st dues renewals! Wishing you had a few more helping hands on your team? Craving new energy, new stories and new perspectives in your meetings? Reach out and ask these clubs how they grew. Pilfer great ideas! Toastmasters is all about peers helping peers succeed. A”Rising Tide” floats ALL boats.

Please help me congratulate (in order of Division and Area):

  • West Coast Toastmasters, Div A, Area 2 – rose from 8 to 13 (38%)
  • Royal Roads Toastmasters, Div A, Area 4 – rose from 8 to 11 (27%)
  • Silverbridge Toastmasters, Div A, Area 5 – rose from 20 to 25 (25%)
  • Revenue Ramblers Toastmasters Club, Div B, Area 13 – rose from 15 t0 17 (13%)
  • Uplands Lunch Bunch Toastmasters Club, Div C, Area 20 – rose from 15 to 18 (20%)
  • Toastmasters on the Hill Club, Div C, Area 20 – rose from 11 to 14 (27%)
  • Richmond Friendly Toastmasters Club, Div E, Area 41 – rose from 10 to 14 (40%)
  • enRICHed Speakers Toastmasters Club, Div E, Area 42 – rose from 13 to 20 (54%)
  • Lightly Toasted, Div E, Area 42 – rose from 17 to 22 (29%)
  • White Rock Club, Div F, Area 50 – rose from 21 to 25 (19%)
  • Toastmasters By The Sea, Div F, Area 50 – rose from 11 to 15 (36%)
  • The Word Toastmasters, Div F, Area 53 – rose from 12 to 16 (33%)
  • Our Lady of Good Communicators, Div F, Area 54 – rose from 9 to 11 (22%)
  • Rise And Shine Toastmasters Club, Div G, Area 60 – rose from 15 to 22 (47%)
  • Power to Speak, Div G, Area 62 – rose from 25 to 29 (16%)
  • Langley Toastmasters 2743, Div G, Area 63 – rose from 33 to 38 (15%)
  • Kelowna Flying Solo Toastmasters, Div K, Area 80 – rose from 8 to 12 (50%)
  • Kelowna Toastmasters – Westside Club #872, Div K, Area 80 – rose from 12 to 17 (42%)
  • South Okanagan Toastmasters Club, Div K, Area 82 – rose from 14 to 16 (14%)
  • Monday Night Vernon Toastmasters, Div L, Area 91 – rose from 17 to 21 (24%)
  • High Country Achievers Club, Div L, Area 92 – rose from 12 to 17 (42%)
  • Thompson Valley Advanced, Div L, Area 92 – rose from 8 to 9 (13%)
  • Cranbrook First Club, Div L, Area 93 – rose from 8 to 9 (13%)

We still have a few more club care kits … Keep rising!

Not on the list? Keep growing! We budgeted for a few more clubs to achieve this challenge! We’re adding more winners to this list until April 15th or until the kits are gone, whichever happens first. Keep getting those renewals in! Welcome those potential guests to attend your next meeting and ask them if this program could help them succeed!

See details of the Contest below:

You LOVE your club. Your members are your trusted friends. You learn, laugh, and sometimes cry together. There is nothing quite like a fellow trusted Toastmaster.

Each year lives change. People move. Their focus shifts. Family needs them in different ways. Life happens. Twice a year, some of your members might make that tough decision to stop learning in your club and focus on other areas of responsibility. While you never joined Toastmasters to promote Toastmasters, if you want your club to continue being that vibrant gathering each week, you need to find more potential fellow learners.

To help you and your team members focus on the FUN factor of reaching out to future friends, we’ve issued a CHALLENGE with prizes that ALL our clubs could potentially win!

Create that Rising Tide that floats all boats.

Grow your club by 10% above your July 1st base as of the April 1st renewals (which we’ll see around April 8th) and your club WILL WIN:

  1. All your members’ names on the VIP Guest List of the Kelowna Spring Conference’s Saturday Night “AfterParty” event (it will be an event to remember!)
  2. A special Party Pack for your team to help you celebrate at the AfterParty event
  3. A Club Care Package to take back home with you. This Care Package will contain a collection of helpful resources and items to help you care for all those brand new members and sustain the growth you’ve achieved, keeping your club that fun, supportive and exciting learning opportunity you LOVE going to each week.

How do you find your July 1st base?

  1. Click on this link to view the District 21 Dashboard: http://dashboards.toastmasters.org/Club.aspx?id=21
  2. Scroll down to your Division and Area to find your club. You’ll see all of your DCP points, as well as your July 1st 2017 and your current membership.
  3. You can click on your club’s name to pull up a “one page” that focuses completely on your team. This is great for printing or displaying on a screen at meetings

How do you grow your team?

  • We have a host of resources to offer. Browse this website, our YouTube Channel and the resources at Toastmaster International (and try not to get stuck in overwhelm). Just seize one or two ideas that connect with you and take action! Whatever you do will help create awareness and grow everyone who helps you. It’s never a waste to try different ways to promote your club opportunity to your community you serve.
  • Reach out to your Area Director. He/she is committed to helping your club succeed and is dying for you to ask!
  • Reach out to your Division Director to find out what District resources and events might help you.
  • Conspire with your team through Moments of Truth. Decide how you want your club to function, what areas you could work together to improve and how you want to be perceived by your ideal future members
  • Use your Passport! Visit other clubs and discover ideas you want to try out in your own club. Jot down your “Ah-Ha’s” and get your passport “stickered” or initialed! We’re offering a small appreciation gift for the chance to collect helpful data from your passport at the Spring Conference AND there’s 1st 2nd and 3rd prizes for the most points!
  • Invite a member to chair a memberhip campaign
  • Invite several members to chair PR campaigns with specific focuses.
  • Ask a successful club in our District what they did to grow their membership. Great ideas are everywhere! Toastmasters love to share and help their fellow clubs succeed.

Looking forward to seeing YOU and your team in Kelowna and, if you can’t make Kelowna, hearing how your team chooses to celebrate your success, as well as use that Club Care Package!

Carol Carter DTM

Share YOUR Adventure!



Your 2017 – 2018 District 21 Director

A New Club Could Mean a Swanky Hooded T-Shirt for You

Imagine that very first club you discovered and joined, that place where you gained encouragement, helpful feedback and mentoring through your early speeches, never existed. What would your life be like today? Look how far you’ve come from that first day you walked through the door and experienced your first meeting.

We are searching for new club ideas and opportunities to share the transformation Toastmasters provides to more people in more corners of our District. Do you have a brilliant idea for a new club? Maybe it’s a

  • community club where there’s an ideal space or central location;
  • advanced club that can help members in your Area or Division accelerate their personal or professional growth;
  • specialty club that could serve a niche market or help members achieve a specific goal; or
  • corporate club in a company with 250+ employees

Send your club idea RIGHT AWAY to our Club Extension Chair, Gene Vickers. If your club is fully chartered before end of day June 14th, and you will become the proud owner of one of these swanky Toastmasters branded Hooded Long Sleeve T-Shirt (They are sweeeeet!)

BONUS: Your two Club Sonsors will each receive a new Pathway along with their hard-to-get credit toward their DTM at Toastmasters International.

So … what’s your size?

See all you need to know to charter a club HERE.

Warmly and with great anticipation,

Carol Carter, DTM

Your District 21 Director 2017 – 2018

Club PR Campaign Challenge – Promote Your Club in Toastmasters Month!

You’ve scoured that 4 page document of 100’s of ways to build membership and conspired with your team. You’ve come up with a few brilliant ideas of your own. Toastmasters Month is the PERFECT time to take all those great ideas and put them into action!

To help your team gather around you and “make it so” we have issued the District 21 Club Campaign Challenge with some hefty prizes to be won! Just by taking action on your ideas, everyone already wins. Some of the best PR Campaigns will be featured on our District website to help ALL clubs discover new ways to get their learning opportunity in front of their ideal future members and guests.

The prizes are:

  • 1st Place Winning Club – up to $125 US purchase at the Toastmasters International Store
  • 2nd Place Winning Club – up to $95 US purchase at the Toastmasters International Store
  • 3rd Place Winning Club – up to $70 US purchase at the Toastmasters International Store

All above prizes include shipping if purchase is submitted in our March 31st order

  • Deadline for submissions is March 19th (extended from 15th)
  • Winners will be announced by March 25th
  • Winners TI Store Puchase requests are due by March 31st

What could your team get for $125? Check out the store at: https://www.toastmasters.org/shop

Judging Criteria (all submissions will be factored in to one club score):

  • 20% WOW factor –  “Wow, that’s a great campaign” includes quality and overall strategy
  • 20% OOH factor – “Ooh! That’s unique!” includes different, interesting and creative
  • 20% REACH factor – “That’s going to pay off” includes potential # of people reached
  • 20% FUN factor – “I would have loved to be on that team” if we would have helped, it had to be fun!
  • 20% TOUCH factor – “Connected in lots of ways” includes quanitity of campaigns or touch points

How to submit your club’s entries (ENTER OFTEN!!! MORE PR IS BETTER!):

Submit your club’s PR Camapaigns to Club PR Campaign Challenge Chair, Chrisine Manly through THIS form:

Have FUN with this Challenge! By sharing Toastmasters in your unique ways, you are creating that Rising Tide that floats ALL boats. Thank you for participating. We can’t wait to see what adventures your team creates!

Carol Carter DTM


Share Your Adventure!



Your 2017 – 2018 District 21 Director

What is this D21 Club Treasure Hunt Adventure?

By now your club has hopefully had some little care package arrive through your Area Director with a Treasure Chest, a Map, and a letter about both the Passport Program and the Treasure Hunt Adventure. You might have even received a few little cards with “bling” attached.

This program is designed by Club Retention Chair, Jeff Galenzoski, to help your members, both new and not-so-new, have a year of exceptional personal growth, and a lot of fun along the way. Celebrating each member’s contribution to the success of the team is one way to spark more enthusiasm for doing all those little things that make a big difference to your member experience.

Here’s how it works:

  1. The Map  – is your guide to where the “treasure” is. Explore the map! Go through it as a team. Display it at your meetings. Beside “Our Ship Be Named” write your club name and Tag Line. As you receive treasure, mark up the map with who brought in what! By June, this map should be marked up, starred, scribbled on with notes of encouragement, random art, and lots and lots of names!
  2. The Treasure Chest – is where you place the “bling” part of the rewards your team receives each month from the District. Have fun celebrating the bling! You could do Table Topics speeches by your contributors each month as they deposit their treasure in the team chest. DECORATE your team’s chest in unique ways! Make it a reflection of what your club is all about and the people you serve. At some point, we’ll be asking for Treasure Chest photos … more to come!
  3. The Treasure Most is automatically rewarded by our District team as we watch the amazing things you continue to do – education awards, new members, new member sponsors, DTM’s, District Training events and Above and Beyond Service “bling” will be delivered to your club after the close of each month. There are a few exceptions we need help with:
    1. Someone on your team chairs a Membership Building Campaign – please forward their name and a blurb about the campaign (any materials the team produced, a link to the facebook or webpage, a flyer, a handout your members were working from) ASAP to Club Retention Chair and Mastermind of this project, Jeff Galenzoski.
    2. Your team launches a PR Campaign – please forward a summary of the PR Campaign and any supporting evidence (social media, newspaper, flyer, etc) to District Director, Carol Carter
  4. Have fun with this! Share the adventure! We’re looking for stories, facebook posts and other feedback on how you are using the Treasure Hunt Adventure to help your entire team succeed this year. A rising tide floats all boats. We’d also love to see a little friendly club rivalry going on (get creative!).

More questions? Contact Jeff or myself any time through the “Connect With Us” page.

Carol Carter DTM

Wishing you and your team Grand Adventures and much fun ahead!



Your 2017 – 2018 District Director, Carol Carter


The District 21 Passport Program – Make this year a Grand Adventure!

Membership has its priviledges! As a member of Toastmasters, you are part of a large family of clubs around the world. Other than “closed” clubs (special organizations with requirements to belong) you are welcome to attend ANY of them. Have you explored your own backyard? How much of District 21 have you visited? How many new friends, valuable connections and brilliant ideas for your own club, are still waiting for you to discover?

Your District 21 Passport has a set of adventures waiting for you:

  • Visit clubs and jot down ideas you’d like to try in your own club
  • Visit Specialty and Advanced Clubs. Think of what type of member they could attract.
  • Attend (extra point for helping out) a club contest in another club, your Area or your Division. Note new ways to enhance your own club contests.
  • Attend a Toastmasters event – Workshop, Club Officer Training, Judge’s Training, Train-the-Trainer, Speaker-to-Trainer, and more. Would your club like to host a training event? Contact Program Quality Director Shawn Gold to find out how.
  • Participate in a Speechcraft or a Youth Leadership Project
  • Participate in a Demo Meeting for a potential new club
  • Attend a District 21 Conference

The more Passport Pages you complete, the more points your passport is worth! Whether you’ve completed one adventure or all of them, make sure your Passport is handed in by you or someone else at the Spring Conference in Kelowna April 20 – 22. Pick up a SPECIAL GIFT if you deliver your passport in person at the Conference!


Besides the adventures and ah-ha’s, your SPECIAL GIFT, and all your new connections, there are prizes for the most points! Winners will be announced in our June 2018 e-Newsletter.

Your Passport should have been given to your club by your Area Director. If your club needs more Passports, please contact Carol Carter, your District Director.

Carry your Passport with you at all times! Share ideas you’ve jotted in its pages. Collect proof of your “travels” and make this year a Grand Adventure for you and all you meet along the way!

Carol Carter DTM

Warm wishes through these chilly winter months!

Your 2017 – 2018 Distict Director

Win a Full Registration to the International Convention in Vancouver in 2017!!

Incentive Update

Win a Full Registration to the International Convention in Vancouver in 2017!!

The Toastmasters International Convention is coming to Vancouver from August 23 to 26, 2017, at the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre. This is an event not to be missed!!

What are we offering?

D21 is offering its members the opportunity of winning a full registration (ALL 4 DAYS) to this outstanding event – value is $800 (CAD)!! There is a total of TEN registrations available to dedicated, committed D21 members.

How can YOU win a registration?

Our theme in D21 in 2016-2017 is “Building our Membership Together for Success.” To win a registration you will need to actively and consistently support this mission until May 31, 2017, by doing as many of these as possible:


  • Attend at least one of Peter Kossawan’s sessions in October on club building.
  • Be actively involved in chartering at least one club in D21 in 2016-2017 as a sponsor or a mentor.
  • Be actively involved in demonstration meetings for new clubs.
  • Approach at least 5 corporate entities to encourage them to consider starting a TM club (this must be coordinated with Michael Bown)
  • Be actively involved in membership building events at Farmer’s Markets, Malls etc. (coordinate through Michael Bown).
  • Be actively involved in Open Houses at your own and other clubs.
  • Attend at least one of Ted Corcoran’s Membership Building or COT Sessions in January, 2017.
  • Demonstrate on a consistent basis a drive to build membership in D21 in various different ways.
  • Serve as a Club Coach leading the club to a base +5 by May 31.
  1. Serve as Club President leading your club to a base +5 by May 31.

Who is registered to win:

  • All club presidents with a net +5 on May 31, 2017 (+5 over base on July 1)
  • Club Coaches appointed by December 31, 2016 with net +5 May 31, 2017
  • Anyone who registered for the incentive in October 2016 with additional recognition for registering as an early bird.
  • Any other member who registers by December 15th by emailing Michael Bown.
  • Area Directors who have a new club in their area and division directors with 2 new clubs in the division.

 Contest Rules:

  • Contest starts on October 1, 2016 and runs to May 31, 2017.
  • Winners will ONLY receive a full registration for the 2017 International Convention. There will be NO cash equivalents.
  • There will be at least 2 winners from each of the 3 geographic regions in D21 (Vancouver Island, Lower Mainland, Interior). The other 4 winners will be based on the success of their efforts.
  • Contest is open to all D21 members except the D21 Trio and 4 Managers. Division and Area Directors may participate.
  • Contestants need to keep their own log of their activities. Submit to Michael Bown by May 31 so he is aware the work you have done.
  • The D21 Trio and four managers will be the Selection Committee. The 10 winners will be selected based on the amount and variety of activities they have completed as well as the success of their efforts.
  • The 10 Winners will be announced on June 7, 2017.


This is a win-win situation for all involved.

  • Contestants will win by helping to bring new members into our wonderful organization and …a chance to win a FREE registration for the International Convention in August, 2017!
  • Clubs will win because they will see new members join their clubs providing new energy to the club.
  • All D21 members will win as it will see new clubs become part of D21 and provide
  • ALL of us the chance to be on the stage at the Convention as a Distinguished District!
  • Toastmasters International will win because it will have 10 additional registrants for the 2017 Convention.


Summer Sizzler results

The results are in! The following clubs have gained 20% new members between July 1, 2016 and September 30, 2016, the new members are renewed! Congratulations to the following clubs who are the winner of the 50 District loonies.

  • Armstrong Toastmasters Club 2645
  • Birdcage Club
  • Cowichan Toastmasters Club
  • Belmont Babblers Club
  • Mid Island Advanced Toastmasters Club
  • North Island Toastmasters
  • Tenacious Toastmasters
  • Kwantlen
  • Our Lady of Good Communicators

Congratulations again!



Michael Bown DTM

Club Growth Director, District 21 2016-2017



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.

Summer Incentives

District 21 Club Growth Incentives Summer 2016


Introducing District Loonies – A fun way to collect “loonies” for your club and trade them in for anything your club needs from the Toastmasters International Online Store. Gift Certificates easily get misplaced or forgotten to be used. This year we are tracking the accrual for you, so you can buy something your club needs.


Run open houses, membership competitions or get advertising in the local paper. Increase your club membership base by September 30 by at least 20% to qualify for for 50 District 21 Loonies. These new members must stay on for dues renewals. Bonus: Gain 5 members in August and September for Toastmasters International Smedley Award which gets you a shiny ribbon and discount from Toastmasters International store.


Do you know any community without a club or a need for meetings a different day of the week? Perhaps a large organization who could use a corporate club? Any club that charters by September 30th will get a lectern and banner from the District.  Will also be offering tokens of appreciation to anyone that provides a lead to a successful club launch.

New Club Specialist: Ray Hill, DTM

Club Coach, Sponsor or Mentor


Any member serving another club as Coach, Sponsor or Mentor will be recognized at the fall and spring conference. Will come bearing gifts!

Club Coach Specialist: Joe Guenette, DTM

New Member Sponsor 


Don’t forget – Toastmasters International recognizes members who sponsor new members. All you need to do is fill out the “sponsor” section on the membership application when you introduce a new member to your club.

Monthly Club DCP Draw

Scroll down to see the draw winners this Toastmasters year

As your club and members do the right things during the year, you automatically accumulate Distinguished Club Program (DCP) points. Finish the year with 20 members and at least 5 DCP points, and


Toastmasters International will give you a shiny ribbon for your banner.

District 21 sweetened that deal this year!

For every DCP point your team earned, you received one entry into a monthly draw for $50 at the Toastmasters International Store,  to spend any way you wish!

  • The draws took place the 15th of each month
  • Each club had one entry per point earned to date to the end of the prior month
  • Entries not drawn, remained in the official draw bowl for next month’s draw
  • Each draw was done at a Toastmasters event or meeting
  • The first draw was on September 15th for points eraned to the end of August.
  • The final SUPER draw was held June 15th. Points earned in June did not count, so clubs were encouraged to get their points in early, often, and before the end of May!

How did your club get DCP points?

  • Submit two members’ Competent Communicator education achievements to Toastmasters
  • Submit another two members’ Competent Communicator achievements to Toastmasters
  • Submit one member’s Advanced Communicator Bronce, Silver or Gold award to Toastmasters
  • Submit another Advanced Communicator Bronze, Silver or Gold award to Toastmasters
  • Submit one Competent or Advanced Leader award to Toastmasters
  • Submit another Competent or Advanced leader award to Toastmasters
  • Register 4 new members for your club
  • Register another 4 new members for your club
  • At least 4 of your Club Officers are trained at each of the Summer and Winter training sessions
  • Your club officer list and at least one of your member dues renewals is submitted on time

BONUS!! an EXTRA entry was added for clubs who had 7 of their club officers trained in this Summer training round (June 1 – August 31)
BONUS #2!! an EXTRA entry was added for clubs who had all 7 club officers trained in the Winter training round this year (Dec 1 – Feb 29)

There are 10 possible points, PLUS the two BONUS entry opportunities. The sooner your clubs achieved these, the more opportunities your team had to win one of nine monthly draws. By doing the right things, you could end up with Toastmasters cash to help your crew!

Questions? Contact Carol Carter, District 21 PQD

Congratulations to …

Draw #1 Winner September 15thDraw1-SeptWinner

Club #950 Cowichan Toastmasters!
Won with their DCP Goal #4 – 2nd Advanced Communicator Award earned between July 1 and August 31. Well done!

See full images on facebook posting here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bctoastmasters/permalink/10153241828958095/

Draw #2 Winner October 17th

Club #723 Kelowna Flying Solo Toastmasters!
Won with their DCP Goal #10 – Club Officer List (before July 1) and Club Dues (before Oct 1) submitted on time.

Draw #3 Winner November 15th

Club #757 Aurora Toastmasters Club!
Won with their DCP Goal #5 – 1 Leadership Award earned between July 1 and August 31st.

(Video footage taken at Humorous Speech Contest. Will post as soon as received from Chuck Dennison)

Draw #4 Winner December’s draw done at January 9th District Officer Training

Club #331 Rise and Shine Club!
Won with their DCP Goal #6 – 2nd Leadership Award. Earned in September.

See video footage on our D21 Toastmasters BC Facebook page here:

Draw #5 Winner January’s draw done at Toastmasters International’s Region training in Vegas, by our favourite people at head office who help our trio constantly – Wally and Christian.

Club #3849 Enderby Toastmasters Club!
Won with their DCP Goal #1 – 2 CC’s. Earned in September.

See video footage on our D21 Toastmasters BC Facebook page here:

Draw #6 Winner February’s draw done at ToastMentors’ virtual meeting (the team that is doing all our Remote Club Officer Training. Thank you Marg Hope, for making that happen again this year! Your trainers on this team are truly making a difference.)

Club #8394 Birdcage Club!
Won with their DCP Goal #10 – Club Dues and Officer List in on time. Earned in September. See quick video clip below.

Draw #7 Winner March 15th draw done at Kwantlen Toastmasters’ meeting (One of our University Clubs that meets at Kwantlen Polytech University in Surrey).

Club #165 Abbotsford Sundown Club!
Won with their DCP Goal #1 – 2 CC’s. Earned between July1 and August 31st. See quick video clip below.

Draw #8 Winner April 15th draw done at the Division F International Speech and Evaluation Speech Contests.

Club #9832 High Country Achievers Club!
Won with the BONUS entry for all 7 out of 7 Club Officers trained during the Summer Training period, June-August. Earned between July1 and August 31st. See quick video clip below.

Draw #9 Winner May 14th draw done at the Island Speaker-to-Trainer/Train-the-Trainer all day event in Victoria

Club #165 Abbotsford Sundown Club! … AGAIN!
Won with their DCP Goal #3 – Advanced Communicator Award earned in January. See quick video clip below.

Draw #10 Winners June 15th draw done at Comp-Talk’s 30th Anniversary meeting in Richmond. This was a SUPER draw, with 1 winner of the $50 and 9 additional winner of helpful club items from Toastmasters!

Winner of $50 US – Club #845571 Toastentors
Won with their DCP Goal #6 – 2nd Leadership Award (CL, Advanced Leader or DTM) earned between July 1 and August 31 2015. See quick video clip below.

Winners of Toastmasters Customizable Meeting Signs:

  • Club #6265 Speakers Corner – Won with their DCP Goal #3 – 1 Advanced Communcator Award earned in October
  • Club #6246 Comp-Talk Toastmasters – Won with their DCP Goal #8 – 4 more new members earned in February
  • Club #2997355 Coast Master – Won with their DCP Goal #6 – 2nd Leadership Award earned in January

Winners of Toastmasters Wall Chart Set:

  • Club #9362 Early Edition Toastmasters Club – Won with their DCP Goal #6 – 2nd Leadership Award earned in April
  • Club #4483 The Communicators Toastmasters Club – Won with their DCP Goal #10 – Club Officer List and dues in on time earned in September
  • Club #2072618 UBCO Toastmasters – Won with their DCP Goal #6 – 2nd Leadership Award earned in April

Winners of Toastmasters Competent Communication Evaluation Guides:

  • Club #1146 Discovery Toastmasters – Won with their DCP Goal #6 – 2nd Leadership Award earned in October
  • Club #5881 The Word Toastmasters – Won with their DCP Goal #10 – Club Officer List and dues in on time earned in September
  • Club #5952 Goldstream Toastmasters – Won with their DCP Goal #7 – 4 new members earned in November

Thank you to all clubs for working hard to make your teams healthy and strong this year. Thank you to the teams who hosted these draws and congratulations to all the winners! Enjoy your SWAG and keep doing the right things to help you team continue to grow, thrive and succeed in the year ahead.

Sincerely and gratefully,

Your Program Quality Director 2016 – 2017, Carol Carter