Open Your Club’s Doors!

By Stephanie Lee, Club Growth Director Last club year, my home club of Untwisted Tongues held an open house. It was a pretty standard story: struggling club plans repeated open house events, with varying results—even sometimes with no guests! Going into our latest...

The Five Stages to Pathways Success

District 32 was launched into Pathways in spring of 2018, and different clubs have had varying amounts of engagement of their members with the educational program; one of our District’s clubs has a number of members, both old and new, who lept in with both feet,...

Going Inside for a Very Special Speech Contest

The members of the 9th Wave Toastmasters Club are learning the value of positive, healthy competition.  This newly chartered club is inside Stafford Creek Corrections Center in Aberdeen – and Toastmasters is equipping the men inside with communication...

Officers Love Their Clubs

Personal Growth. Confidence. How have you been transformed by joining a Toastmasters Club? What changes have you observed in your fellow members? We have resources in the manuals and the Pathways Projects, but those resources are just tools. Each member decides how to...

Meet Stephanie Lee: Our 2019 CGD

How is a new club formed? Where can I get help for my low-member club?How can I get more members for my club? How can we keep the members we have? If you’ve ever asked these questions – I am here to answer them! I’m Stephanie Lee, and I am your friendly,...

70 Years Strong

A group of World War II veterans started Toastmasters Port Angeles Club in 1947. It chartered in 1949 and hasn’t missed a beat since. An Olympia club was the original “Club #25,” but when they disbanded, Port Angeles was given the recycled number.  Even so the...