Colorado Community Church
March 10, 2016
Sergeant - at - Arms Larry Hutcherson called the meeting to order and led us in the Pledge of Allegiance. He then introduced us to our Toastmaster, Mark Reagan. This was his first time in this role.
Chelsa Newberg gave a speech explaining why she decided not to have kids. It was very logical and humorous at the same time.
Our second speaker, Ed Pens, gave his fifth speech, bringing history to life, from the storytelling manual. He told of a man, Boudicca, returning home after a war.
Vennita Jenkins was our Table Topics Master. Her fabulous questions elicited some great responses from the participants in this portion of the meeting.
General Evaluator Margaret Sayer called on Larry Hutcherson and Vanessa Frazier to evaluate the speeches. We also heard from Ah Counter David Jenkins, Grammarian Peter Hazlet, and Quizmaster Cybelle Antonow.
Can I get a drum roll, please?
Best Evaluator: Vanessa Frazier
Best Table Topics: Jean Claire Broida
Best Speaker: Ed Pens
But wait, there’s more! at
We have new Members:
Also receiving awards were the following:
Jean Broida earned her Advanced Communicator Bronze, Competent Leader, and Advanced Leader Bronze
Larry Hutcherson earned his Competent Communicator. He was also awarded a pin for Most Improved
Mark Reagan earned his Competent Communicator
Joel Weismann earned his Advanced Leader Bronze
Areas M3 & M4 are combining contests. Theirs is being held March 31 at 6:30. Volunteers are needed. More information is available at www.d26toastmasters.org website.
District contest is May 7. Sandy Dixon will fly back from Florida to represent Simply Speaking in the Table Topics contest. Mark Reagan will be representing Simply Speaking in the International Contest.
D26 Toastmasters Spring Conference is May 20 & 21 at the Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel. Hall of Fame Speaker Patricia Fripp will be speaking. “One of the 10 most electrifying speakers in North America.”