Congratulations to our new club officers who start their positions on January 1, 2016.
|President||Robert Acosta, DTM|
|VP Education||Stefan Blasig, ACB, CL|
|VP Membership||Rosie Navarro|
|VP Public Relations||Wenying Woodward|
|Sergeant at Arms||Joe Pum|
See attached flyer for an fun and entertaining upcoming event.
Hi Tongue Tamers,
You may already be familiar with the DCP program, but if you are not: DCP stands for Distinguished Club Performance, which is a program run by Toastmasters International and designed to provide a benchmark to measure club performance. In the course of one Toastmasters year (7/1 – 6/30), each club is supposed to met certain goals. If a club reaches 5 of 10 goals and has at least 20 members or a net growth of 5 new members by 6/30, it can call itself Distinguished Club. If it reaches 7 of 10 goals, it can call itself Select Distinguished Club. If it meets 9 of 10 goals, it can call itself President’s Distinguished Club – it does not get any better than that. So how did we do in this competition?
– We have achieved President’s Distinguished every single year since 2010 – that is 6 times in a row.
– This year, we have met 10 of 10 goals – there are 33 clubs in our local Division G and only 4 of them have scored a perfect 10. But none of them did it with as few members as Tongue Tamers!
Our score card is attached for your review. I would like to thank all of you for your commitment and dedication, which have made this remarkable result possible. You have every reason to be proud of this accomplishment and, hopefully, we will do it again next year!
Attachment: DCP Report
Tongue Tamers will be hosting a speech contest on March 12 at 7pm in place of our regularly scheduled meeting. Refreshments will be served and top speakers for each category will be recognized.
Click here for more details.
In an effort to increase our club’s visibility on social media, we have now established a presence on Yelp. Members and visitors are envouraged to following link and post reviews
Please remember that social media only works well if content is shared. Everyone can do that, should do that – don’t wait for the usual suspects (aka, club officers) to take the lead. We will soon be on Facebook, Google Plus, and YouTube as well. Stay tuned and get involved to make our club bigger and better!
We have moved our site over to WordPress to allow for blogging and commenting. Over the next few weeks we’ll be adding content to the site to better meet the needs of visitors and club members.
LACE (Leadership and Communication Experience) Spring Training will be held at the Chapman University on January 10 and the LACE North will be held at the California State University, Los Angeles on January 24. The online registration is now opened at www.foundersdistrict.org. Make sure to take advantage of online registration discounts. Prices will be higher at the door.