Last Month’s Contest Winner

In October, we wanted to discover the ‘Funniest Speech Title’. Drum roll please!

AND the winner is…

Entered by Maureen McBeath of ToastMentors club,

“I’m not Overweight, I’m Under Height”.

Don’t miss the opportunity to win our December contest…  Tap into your creative-thinking with this month’s challenge: It’s a game of Scattergories: given the category of ‘Leadership’ and the initial letter “I” (i as in icicle) how many relevant words can you generate?

(Scattergories is a game where each player fills out a category list ‘with answers that begin with the same letter.’   For example, given the category of ‘Leadership’, and the initial letter “L”, your answers could include relevant words such as Logical, Lively, etc.)  If no other player matches your answers, you score points.

“In the event of a tie for any potential Winning Entry, we may award two winning entries, consider Relevance/Creativity/Originality as a tiebreaker, or ask a tie breaking Judge to apply the same Judging Criteria to determine the winner.

Send entries to  letters@d21toastmasters.ca. The deadline for entries is December 23 2016.

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

Do enjoy a creative challenge?  We’d love to hear from you if you have fun ideas for future Bee Lucky contests.  We are particularly interested in contests that are Toastmaster-related and have clearly defined goals with minimal potential for judging bias, so we can easily determine winning entries.