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Coming Soon! Our New Website.

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website-underconstructionIt's time. The District 21 website is undergoing a make-over. We expect to have the new website completed for the end of September. In the meantime, we ask for your patience as we have our webmaster focus his energy on creating a new spiffy website rather than updating this one. Note: We will update the most important and relevant contact information. 



"7 Out of 7 Club Officers Trained" Incentive

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A team can only rise as high as its leadership. If you're a club officer, the success of your team may be limited to your success as thier leader.

No pressure.

There's special training just for you! Club Officer Training is an added perk for members who rise to the club leadership challenge. This targeted training happens twice per year. The mid-year training (winter) builds on the first (summer). To set your team and yourself up for success, it's important you participate in BOTH.

Clubs who have ALL 7 Club Officer positions trained at BOTH Summer 2015 and Winter 2016 training sessions will earn a special gift from District 21!


Whether it's your first or twenty first time in a club officer role, club officer training will help you! There's always new information, ideas exchanged from other clubs, and new members to network with. Check the District 21 events calendar or ask your Area Director about the next training dates in your Division or close by.

Travelling? You can attend Club Officer Training ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD! Just let them know you are with District 21, plus your club name/number and send them to our website to contact our team to report your training.

What's in the care package? A shiny, limited edition ribbon for your banner, plus an assortment of useful items for your club's greatest success. it will arrive in March, just in time to help you with the April 1st dues renewal period. (Yes, you REALLY want this package!)

Remember, all 7 must be trainined at BOTH training periods. When are the Club Officer Training periods?

  • Summer: June 1 - August 31
  • Winter: Dec 1 - Feb 29 (leap year!)

Passport Program Winners 2015

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Ths year's District 21 Passport Program was focused on getting members to connect and:

  • help other clubs by taking on roles or bringing potential new members ideal for that club
  • exchange ideas
  • boost the qualty of the Toastmasters Program in ALL our clubs

Feedback from those who participated was tremendous! It looks like we will be doing this program again in the new Toastmasters year. This time we'll start earlier. I hope more Toastmasters from more clubs choose to participate in the 2015-2016 version!90AnniversaryDecal

Every member who emailed their passport before midnight, June 30th will receive the coveted 90th Anniversary Static Cling Window Decal.

Oooooh! Aaaaaah!


Three industrious members earned the top 3 prizes this year. Please join me in congratulating:

3rd Place Winner of the Lectern BannerLetty Louie

2nd Place Winner of $75 of Toastmasters international Gift Certificates: Catherine Laird

And ... (drumroll please)

1st Place Winner of one full registration to the Fall 2015 District 21 Conference: Joanne Bell


You will be contacted by me (Carol Carter) to arrange delivery of your well earned prize!

For those who missed the deadline, it always pays to enter what you have. Our third place winner entered with fewer than 10 points. Watch for details this Fall for this year's Passport Program. Be sure to download and start using your Passport right away!


Message from Outgoing District 21 Governor - May Soo-Tveita, DTM

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District 21 Members Extraordanaire:

As we work toward the final hours of my term as the first District Governor in the first year of realigned District 21, and the last ever District Governor in toastmasters history, I feel quite sad and exhilarated as we close the year.

It's been an unforgettable year for me, with more ups and downs than you could have imagined especially at the start and throughout the term with several challenges namely, geographical distance, 75% low member clubs, small operational budget made tighter with high travel costs and of course, with every leadership experience - interesting teams. Being a realigned year, it was a term that many regarded as "messy" so I dare say, not running away and overcoming this term intact with lessons learnt and to ponder over, is itself an achievement.

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