The District Leadership Committee announces the Candidates for the 2020-2021 Toastmasters year. Please see full report below.
IMPORTANT: Eligible floor candidates shall declare their intent to run in writing to the DLC Chair after the DLC report has been published and at least one (1) week prior to the annual District Council meeting.
Voting for your next District team will happen at the Annual Business Meeting on Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 9:00 AM. District Council Members include the current District Officers and all Club Presidents and Vice Presidents of Education. Information and registration for the meeting will be sent out soon.
This year we will host our Annual District Conference – virtually – April 23-25!
Our Special Guest and Keynote Speaker will be Distinguished Toastmaster, Deepak Menon, Immediate Past International President.
Mark your calendars and be on the lookout for the exciting details coming soon. This will also be the weekend of our District Contests.
Humorous Speech Contest • Friday, April 23rd at 6:00 PM
International Speech Contest • Saturday, April 24th, Time TBA
Welcome Letter – Toastmasters International
from Mike Storkey, DTM – International President
June 29, 2017
Each year, clubs have the opportunity to vote on important matters that impact the future of our organization at the Annual Business Meeting. This includes international officer and director elections as well as proposals to amend the Bylaws of Toastmasters International and the Club Constitution for Clubs of Toastmasters International. Clubs in good standing are entitled to two (2) votes for each election and proposal.
The Annual Business Meeting will be held on August 26 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Your voice is important, and you have a significant role to play in this process. Start by learning about the candidates and proposed amendments. At your next club meeting, discuss which candidates best meet the future needs of Toastmasters International and which proposals you are in agreement with. Make it official with a vote to determine how the club’s votes will be cast.
If no one in your club is planning to attend the meeting, you may designate a proxy-holder to cast the club’s votes. Proxy-holders are required to vote in the manner a club designates; if a voting preference is not designated, the proxy-holder may vote in their own best interest.
More information on voting by proxy will be emailed to club presidents, secretaries and liaisons in July. If you have any questions about the voting process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike Storkey, DTM
This is a list of clubs in District 65, listed by Division (A – E), then the area, published meeting date and time followed by the club name and the club website. Scrolling to the right and clicking on the link will take you to the club’s website.
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