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Tall Tales Contest

By now you've probably seen Dave Sokolowski's email about the upcoming Tall Tales contest.  Competitors will compete first at the club level, then at Area C1 (which is essentially the Mountain View area), then Division C, then District (District 4 encompasses the SF bay area).  

Why compete?  Competing makes you try harder to hone those skills.  ...and using humor in this way is both fun and helps you write speeches that will capture the audience's attention.

See http://d4tm.org/index.php/events/speech-contests for more information.

Here's a great example of a Table Topics Speech "The Day I Joined The Circus" (she won 1st in her District):

 

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Posted: Securely Speaking Toastmasters, 15 Feb 14, 02:19 by Marc Miller    Comments: 0


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