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Toastmaster Chris Waters led the March 16 meeting of Gateway Toastmasters.
The theme of the evening was “Freedom”. Courtney Richardson’s invocation centered on presence. Luke Schuster introduced the word of the night, “inalienable”.
Art Wentz served as joke master. Cindy Gabriel presented a reading for her presentation. Deb Jackson posed the table topic questions, where members give their answers within two to three minutes. Jerry Posey, Mary Ingram, Wentz and Richardson participated. Wentz gave his assessment of Gabriel’s speech. Mitch Nickerson was the overall evaluator for the meeting.
“Change” was the theme of the March 23 meeting. Mitch Nickerson led the band as toastmaster. Deb Jackson introduced the word of the night, “wend”. Chris Waters served as joke master.
Mary Girard was the speaker for the evening as she spoke about friendships for life. Mary Ingram led the educational moment on how to create your intro. Arthur Wentz led the Table Topic portion of the meeting. Jackson, Girard and Jackie Gfeller answered his questions.
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Gfeller served as general evaluator, calling on her team to complete the tasks. Luke Schuster rated the speaker. Waters was the timekeeper, while Jackson was the grammarian.
A Toastmaster club is an international organization whose mission is to develop better communicators and leaders in a supportive, learning-by-doing environment. The Gateway Toastmasters meet every Wednesday via Zoom. Guests are welcome to join in the fun and improve their skills.
For Zoom meeting information, contact Ingram at 308-391-0501 or [email protected] For more information about Toastmasters, contact Anita Lewandowski at 308-850-1480.