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The download link below will provide a list of clubs of District 65, arranged by club meeting day and time.
|Area 32||10/7||5:30 PM||5:45 PM||8:00 PM||
1350 Jefferson Road
$5 – light fare provided.
Use Main Lobby by flag pole
Due to US Security all attendess must show license.
Foreign Nationals must provide passport
|Area 52||10/7||6:00 PM||6:30 PM||9:00 PM||Syracuse University Bird Library, Waverly Ave, Syracuse NY||Conf Room|
|Area 54||10/7||6:00 PM||6:30 PM||9:00 PM||Syracuse University Bird Library, Waverly Ave, Syracuse NY||Conf Room|
|Area 31||10/10||1:00 PM||1:30 PM||5:30 PM||
Rochester General Hospital
1425 Portland Ave.
$5 light fare $2 – Parking voucher
|Weiner Conf. Room|
|Area 33||10/10||5:30 PM||6:00 PM||8:00 PM||
Penfield Town Hall
3100 Atlantic Ave
$5 light fare provided
|Div B||10/17||11:30 AM||12:00 PM||4:00 PM||Downstairs Cabaret 3450 Winton Place, Brighton NY|
|Div E||10/20||5:30 PM||6:00 PM||9:00 PM||Excellus BCBS 333 Butternut Dr, DeWitt NY||Lewis Conf Room|
|Div A||10/24||9:30 AM||10:00 AM||2:00 PM||BCBS-Health Now 257 W. Genesee St, Buffalo NY 14202||1102|
|Div C||10/30||5:30 PM||6:15 PM||9:30 PM||Rochester General Hospital 1425 Portland, Rochester NY||Twig Auditorium|
|Div D||10/31||9:30 AM||10:00 AM||Binghamton Community College Front St, Binghamton NY||Tichener Room 101|
Two District 65 members, Sandra Cittadino and her son, Joseph
Cittadino, are featured in the September 2015 issue of the Toastmaster
Magazine. Their picture and related article can be found on page 12,
under Member Achievements.
Sandy wrote the article, which is titled: “Speaking Through
Adversity.” In it, she describes how she and her son Joe, who has
Asperger’s syndrome, have benefited from their membership in
Toastmasters. Sandy and Joe are members of Empire Statesmen
Toastmasters in Division E, Area 51.
Sandy has served as past Sergeant at Arms and presently serves as
Treasurer. She was also instrumental in the success of the club’s
annual holiday party and summer picnic. Joe is an excellent speaker
and always entertains us with his Table Topics presentations. Thus, as
Sandy & Joe have benefited from their membership, so have we benefited
from their many contributions to Empire Statesmen.
Congratulations and thank you, Sandy & Joe Cittadino!
Empire Statesmen Toastmasters Club 1427
What is the Leadership Breakfast and what is its purpose?
Typically, in the month of September of each year and after almost three months in office of the new district administration, the top two club officers (President and VP of Education and/or their representatives) are invited to the district sponsored and district hosted ‘Leadership Breakfast’ event to meet and formally get acquainted with the new district officers team; have an opportunity to listen to specific district goals and objectives for success; and discuss other items of mutual interests and benefits. It is about “getting to know fellow club officers and about establishing a rapport with respective area and division governors. In some districts, the leadership breakfast event takes place twice a year (September and May).
Leadership Breakfast sets the tone and direction of where the district is heading, what needs to be done to achieve desired goals and to celebrate and acknowledge recent past achievements. Generally the Leadership Breakfast event is followed by a regularly schedule ‘Executive Committee Meeting’ of the district officers.
The contests for this season are Evaluation and Humorous.
Check the District Calendar for dates, times and locations.
Speech Contest Materials are available at Toastmasters International
Speech Contest Templates UPDATED!!!D65 Fall Contest Prep