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1minute Minutes of Saturday, March 31, 2012

"Dare to be Stupid!"

Only our toastmaster Jeff Johannigman could pull off such a unique experience!!!

All in attendance participated in a game of Weird Noise Ball and group based Table Topics based on the hit show  "Whose Line is it Anyway?"

 

Erin Armstrong and Cindy Tarsi delivered wonderful speeches while Chris 1 and Chris 2 gave excellent evaluations.

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1minute Minutes of Saturday, March 17, 2012

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Toastmaster Bill Whisenant treated the club to wonderful Irish jigs and a beautiful rendition of "Danny Boy" to start the meeting off!

This meeting gave us a change of pace where the entire meeting was devoted to "Moments of Truth" from The Successful Club Series manual, presented and facilitated by Cindy Tarsi.  All participated in identifying areas of improvement in all aspects of the club.  Many great ideas and needs were identified for us to make Arthur Storer a more production and exciting club.

 

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1minute Minutes of Saturday, December 3, 2011

Congratulations to Cindy Tarsi, who delivered her tenth manual speech on November 17 at our sister club, Today Toastmasters, earning her the Competent Communicator Award.

 

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Toastmaster:  Erin Armstrong 

Erin's theme was "Can't Wait for the Holidays," and the word of the day was "Summer."

Jim Tarsi, delivering his first advanced manual speech, simulated giving a three-minute television editorial, in which he spoke about how "Cap Metro Can Work for You."

With lots of time, Table Topics Master Cindy Tarsi gave everyone a chance to answer her questions about various aspects of the holidays.

Thank you, Chris Seidel, for being our guest!

Come join us in Saturday morning fun.

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1minute Minutes of Saturday, November 19, 2011

 

Toastmaster: Bill Whisenant

 

 

Bill's theme was Gratitude, and the word of the day was "Turkey".  

 

 

 

According to Bill, "my song was 'Moonshadow' by Cat Stevens. The connection is that I sang that song for a friend's wedding long ago. This friend contacted me yesterday via Linked In and it was our first contact in over 30 years. I mentioned that I am thankful for all the people in my life, especially long time friends."

 

              heirloom birth certificate

Bill delivered a speech titled, "The United States Constitution, the American Revolution, and the Birth Certificate."

 

Thank you, Carla Swede, Chris Seidel, Nicci Haynie, and Scott Williams, for being our guests!

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 1minute Minutes of Saturday, November 5, 2011

Master of Ceremonies:  Debi Sigrest, Club President

Debi shared many interesting points related to her theme of The Cities of Texas.

 

Songmaster Bill Whisenant performed his own rendition of the song "Amarillo by Morning," which was specifically requested by Debi.

 

Bill also delivered a speech entitled, "150 Square Feet," about Henry David Thoreau and his retreat to the woods where he built and lived in a cabin that measured 10 X 15 feet for 2 years.  (Picture above -- from http://letterstohenry.wordpress.com/2010/04/09/57-the-road-to-walden-pond/ is of Thoreau's cabin.

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1minute Minutes of Saturday, October 29, 2011

 

Master of Ceremonies:  Dr. Jim Tarsi

preparing to operate!

The Doc lead all in his meeting theme of

Halloween Party!

 

 

Congratulations to Barbara Kelley-Mahaffey!

She won Best Speaker for her very first speech, the Icebreaker.

 

(L to R, Jeff Johannigman, Nhu Mai, Jim Tarsi, Debi Sigrest, Bill Whisenant, Cindy Tarsi, Jeff Sauls)

 Costumes were optional, of course.

And here's a picture of Toastmasters

who chose that option! 

 

Thank you, Jeff Sauls, for being our guest!

 

 

 

 

1minute Minutes of Saturday, October 15, 2011

Master of Ceremonies: Steve Sigrest

Theme: Was that rain last weekend or a mirage?

 

Bill Whisenant and Shirley Rillera performed

"Laughter in the Rain" by Neil Sedaka

 

 

 

Erin Armstrong delivered Speech: Giving a Goat a Bath

Thank you to Linda Christensen and Chris Seidel for being our guests!

 

And big round of applause to guest Chris Seidel

for winning our Best Table Topics Speaker!!!

 

Come join us in Saturday morning fun.

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1minute Minutes of Saturday, October 1, 2011

Congratulations to Jim Tarsi for delivering his tenth manual speech, earning him his Competent Communicator Award.  Jim's topic was

 

Master of Ceremonies: Cindy Tarsi

Theme: It's Magic

 

Songmaster: Bill Whisenant

"Do You Believe in Magic?"

 

 

Special guest: A.J. Tarsi

performing a magic trick while Cindy Tarsi watches

 

A.J.'s first time at Table Topics

Congratulations to A.J. for winning Most Enthusiastic!

 

General Evaluator: Bob Barnstien

"Can you kiss instead of shaking hands when you come up to speak?"

 

Come join the fun on Saturday mornings!

Guests are always welcome!

 

 

 

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