Easy Speakers Toastmasters #5845 Open House


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Posted Online: Dec. 06, 2012, 11:26 am
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Easy Speakers Toastmasters #5845 open house at Trinity Lutheran Church, 13th Street & 13th Avenue, Moline, Thursday, Dec. 20, 6 - 7:30 p.m.

Learn how a Toastmaster club will boost your speaking and leadership skills. Meet new people and hear great speakers. Gain the confidence and the skills to become a better presenter. See our evaluation panel in action, and get feedback and suggestions for improvement. Try our improvisational exercise to hone your Table Topics abilities.

Call for more information: Mitch at 563-349-9689, Lloyd at 563-514-7581 or Darryl at 770-570-0866.

















 



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