Gaining confidence with Toastmasters

2016-08-30 06:00
 Photo: supplied  Contestants (from left) Dawn Harrison, second place humorous speech and second place table topics club contests, Evelyn Alessandri, Tyron Smith, first place humorous club speech contest, Antoinette Tigar, Michael Milne, first place table topics both club and area contests and Joanne Schmitt, contest chair.  

Photo: supplied Contestants (from left) Dawn Harrison, second place humorous speech and second place table topics club contests, Evelyn Alessandri, Tyron Smith, first place humorous club speech contest, Antoinette Tigar, Michael Milne, first place table topics both club and area contests and Joanne Schmitt, contest chair.  

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KLOOF Toastmasters is a unique non profit organisation that holds their meetings in the morning and focuses on people in business.

The Toastmasters recently held club contests and area contests and would like to acknowledge the contestants.

Joanne Schmitt vice president and public relations for Kloof Toastmasters Business Breakfast thanked all the guests for attending and urged people to get involved in toastmasters as it is beneficial to the individuals themselves and the business they are in.

"We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth," she added.

Kloof Toastmasters meetings are held at Kloof Country Club every first and third Friday at 7.15am.
For more information, contact, 083 701 6393.

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