District 42 Celebration 2020

D42 Celebration 2020
We’ve learned it takes more than a global pandemic to slow this District down!

Come and join us on-line on June 13, 2020 as Toastmasters gather from all across District 42 for a FREE and fun day of celebration. 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to Connect the Dots… Virtually!

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D42 2020/2021 Leadership Team

Voting is finalized. We are happy to congratulate the new 2020-21 team, whose term officially begins in July 2020. Meanwhile they are leaning in to finish the current term with renewed vigour.

District Director (Elect) – Christina Kruis

Program Quality Director (Elect) – Ryan Rupchan

Club Growth Director (Elect) – Katrina Aburrow

Division A Director (Elect) – Geoffery King

Division B Director (Elect) – Arunima Bhattacharya

Division C Director (Elect) – Randy Maus

Division D Director (Elect) – Tammy Frenette

Division E Director (Elect) – Vincenzo Aliberti

Division F Director (Elect) – Rebecca Klepic

Immediate Past District Director – Jocelyn Hastie

If you are interested in participating in this great leadership growth opportunity, please click here, or reach out to any member of the 2020-2021 team.


International Officer and International Director Candidates

In August 2020, Toastmasters International will be holding elections for the 2020-2021 International officers and directors at the Annual Business Meeting held in August 2020.  Click on the links below to review the candidates for each position:

 

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D42 Spring 2020 Online Speech Winners

On Saturday, April 18, District 42 took the Spring Speech Contests online. Not only is It incredibly impressive to see how it all came together, the preparation and expertise of the contestants as they adapt to this new venue, is truly inspiring.

EVALUATION CONTEST

The winners of District 42’s Evaluation Contest are:

First Place: Matt Fox from High River Toastmasters

Second Place: Rowena Romero from Chinook Toastmasters

Third Place: Russ Dantu from MVP Toastmasters

DIVISION CONTESTS

Division Contests commence on May 8, 2020. Please join in the activities and experience an online contest for yourself. You will find the schedule and Zoom links here.

AREA CONTESTS

AREA INTERNATIONAL HUMOROUS
A1 Greg Buccini Matt Yackulik
A7 Diana Cranstoun Tony Stickland
A10 Christian Carello Duncan Schuett
A15 Nicole Hammond Amy Woo
A27 Kelly Kaur Vincent Varga
B4 Sanjidi Hasnin Kim Korven
B9  Laurel Wingert Dawn Thomas-Cameron
B18 Lynnette Zotzman Geremey Quiambao
B24 Larry Callaghan Laurel Wingert
C3 Eva Calle No competitors
C11 Ray Fateaux Rowena Romero
C17 Moein Razazadeh No competitors
C21 Angie Hung Angie Hung
C22 Carolyn Kaldy Carolyn Kaldy
D2 Michaela Enzmann Devan McPherson
D8 Alan Hastie Stephanie Harris
D12 Shauna Conard Chuck LeBlanc
D23 Irma Goosen Masoud Shahanaghi
E6 Trevor Dreher Lucas Steeves
E13 Val Erickson Wendy Ireland
E19 Darlene Davies Michael Nunn
E28 Amin Sabzervari Marie-Claire Campbell
E30 Franco Savoia Philippe Marquis
F5 Travis Thibeault Travis Thibeault
F14 Kanak Khare Allan Moore
F20 Eugene Sicat Robert Leeds
F26 Alexander Jamieson Sandra Fortin
F29 Dave Dyck Laura Chambers

 

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D42 Goes Virtual – Online Toastmasters Meetings

Congratulations to the many District 42 Toastmasters Clubs now meeting online! The virtual experience is building momentum.
The opportunity exists to visit any of the following D42 clubs from the comfort of your home and we encourage you to do so, especially, if your club is currently not meeting.
Please contact the club directly to obtain the necessary information to log into the meeting.
You are able to send an email to obtain the information by clicking on the Club Contact’s name.
If your Club is online and is not listed below, please contact prm@d42tm.org to be included on the list.
Please check District 42 Online Event Resources and D42 Online Meetings Facebook group to find online best practices.

D42 ONLINE CLUBS

Club/Area/Division Name

Day

Start Time

End Time

Contact

LIV Ad-Libs Toastmasters

Monday

11:30

13:15

Ali Samadi

CMA Toastmasters

Monday

11:50

13:15

Abraham George

Bow Valley Toastmasters Club

Monday

18:00

20:00

Wendie Swirski

Coulee Commentators

Monday

18:30

21:00

Kimiko Epp

Airdrie Discovery Toastmasters

Monday

19:00

21:00

Tera Grocholski

Airdrie Discovery Toastmasters

Monday

19:00

21:00

Robert Rodgers

Calgary Advanced Toastmasters

Monday

19:00

20:45

Marvin Henry

FAC Toastmasters

Monday

19:00

20:45

Marina Gabor

Golden Gavel Toastmasters

Monday

19:00

20:30

Saya Sanyal

Vibrant Speakers

Monday

19:00

21:00

Aamar Maqsood

Plains Toastmasters club

Monday

19:15

20:45

Jill Watson

Spring Forward NW Toastmasters

Monday

19:30

21:15

Jey Kumar

Verbal Gainz Toastmasters Club

Monday

19:30

20:30

Christian Carello

Westhills Club

Monday

20:00

22:00

Lauren Diederichs

High River Toastmasters

Monday

16:30

21:00

Matt Fox

Twin Rivers 667 Toastmasters Club

Monday

17:45

20:00

Michelle Lund

Rivertown Criers

Monday

19:00

20:00

Brenda Patterson 

Calgary Morning

Tuesday

7:00

8:00

Dick Myers

Absolutely Fabulous Toastmasters

Tuesday

12:00

13:30

Iris Talbot

Calgary Talking Toastmasters

Tuesday

12:00

13:00

Princeton Lau

Literally Speaking

Tuesday

12:00

13:00

Harvey Taphorn

PLC Communicators

Tuesday

12:00

13:00

Bob Rodgers

Tuesday Nooners

Tuesday

12:00

13:00

Doug Walker

Calgary Speakeasy

Tuesday

12:05

13:55

Greg Gordon

Fluor Communicators

Tuesday

12:05

13:00

Irma Goosen

AfterFive Toastmaster

Tuesday

18:00

20:00

Johnson Zavier

Circle T Toastmasters

Tuesday

18:30

20:00

Ryan O’Reilly

Spoken Word Toastmasters

Tuesday

18:30

20:00

Shadna Rana

Igniters Toastmasters Club

Tuesday

18:45

21:00

Ksenija Crnogorac

Glenmore RSVP

Tuesday

19:00

20:30

Carol Dyte

Inspired Toastmasters

Tuesday

19:00

21:00

Laura Chambers

Wascana Club

Tuesday

19:00

21:00

Cyndie Knorr

Calgary Pace Setters Toastmasters

Tuesday

19:00

21:00

Vesna Ivkovic

Verve

Wednesday

7:30

8:30

Dick Myers

Lightning Strikes Toastmasters

Wednesday

11:30

13:15

Gimalle Crawford

Speak Upside Toastmasters

Wednesday

11:30

13:15

Glenn Malcolm

Westenders Toastmasters Club

Wednesday

11:30

13:15

Emma Glover

Centennial Toastmasters

Wednesday

12:00

13:00

Al Gibson

Downtowners Toastmasters

Wednesday

12:00

13:00

David Bartolf

Fluor Communicators

Wednesday

12:00

13:00

Irma Goosen

Pile O Bones Toastmasters

Wednesday

12:00

13:00

Kjeld Gattinger

Refined Speakers

Wednesday

12:00

13:00

Marjerie Salisse

Toast of the Town Toastmasters

Wednesday

12:00

13:00

Joanne Smith

Transformers Toastmasters Club

Wednesday

12:00

13:00

Valerie Erikson

Fish Creek Bravehearts

Wednesday

18:30

20:00

Rayanne Rodier

SAIT Sayers Toastmasters Club

Wednesday

17:00

19:15

Robert Rodgers

ShawMasters Toastmasters Club

Wednesday

17:15

18:30

Jennifer D’ Amico

Club 13 Toastmasters

Wednesday

17:15

18:30

Brad Smart

WAAMtastic Club

Wednesday

17:45

19:45

Fernando Tome

3500 Foot Toastmaster

Wednesday

18:30

20:30

Grant Hanna

Talk of the Hill Toastmasters

Wednesday

18:30

20:30

Katrina Aburrow

Bedstone Olympics Club Meeting

Wednesday

19:30

21:30

Maria Eugenia Gutierrez

Dynamically Speaking Toastmasters

Thursday

7:00

8:00

Freddi Dogterom

Burnt Toastmasters Club Meeting

Thursday

11:30

13:30

Dave MacDougall

CanOrators

Thursday

11:30

13:30

Carolyn Kaldy

Fifth Avenue Place

Thursday

11:30

13:30

Lorraine Marshall

Ace of Clubs Toastmaster

Thursday

12:00

13:00

Princeton Lau

Bottom Line Toastmasters Club

Thursday

12:00

13:00

Dee Wharton

Burnt Toastmasters

Thursday

12:00

13:00

 

Current Speakers 

Thursday

12:00

13:00

Stephanie Northcott

FCC Stubble Jumpers (every 2nd)

Thursday

12:00

13:00

Laurel Wingert

Calgary Emerson Toastmasters Club

Thursday

12:00

13:00

Roberto Bayardo

Simply Speaking

Thursday

12:00

13:00

Kris Rooneem

Station 29

Thursday

12:00

13:00

Trinda Bowes

UR Toastmasters

Thursday

12:00

13:00

Yongxuan (Sophia) He

Water’s Edge Toastmasters Club

Thursday

12:00

13:00

Meghan Norman

Stantalkers Club

Thursday

12:05

1:15

Gerri Fraser

CREB Talkers Toastmasters

Thursday

16:30

18:00

Kimberly Detmold

Foothills Toastmasters

Thursday

18:00

20:00

 

Chinook Toastmasters Club

Thursday

18:30

20:20

Niloo Ardalani

Cranston Communicators

Thursday

19:00

21:00

Susan Brown

MVP Advanced

Thursday

19:00

21:00

Valerie Erikson

Big Rock Toastmasters

Thursday

19:00

20:30

Tim Plett

High Riser Toastmasters

Thursday

19:00

20:15

Sheela Das

Mountain Mumblers 

Thursday

19:00

20:30

Lara Seward-Guenette

Speedy Creek Toastmasters

Thursday

19:00

20:30

Bula Ghosh

To The Point Toastmasters Club

Thursday

19:15

20:45

Nirmal Sahar

Speakers Edge Toastmasters Club

Saturday

9:30

11:30

Rasmi A. Mantilla

Bedstone Olympics Club Meeting

Saturday

10:00

12:00

Maria Eugenia Gutierrez

Weekend Wordmasters

Saturday

10:00

11:30

Laurel Wingert

Bottom Line Toastmasters Club

Saturday

14:00

15:00

Dee Wharton

Speech Hub Toastmasters Club

Sunday

11:30

13:15

Lorraine S

Twin Rivers 667 Toastmasters Club

Sunday

18:00

19:00

Michelle Lund

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District 42 Online Contests – Spring 2020

We’re down to the final three Contests.

The contest will be hosted on D42’s Zoom account and live streamed on D42’s YouTube channel.

A Zoom Link is available in the District 42 Event Calendar for contestants and contest officials with a 12:30 pm contestant briefing.

Guests and audience members are asked to view the Contest via YouTube.

Please arrive early. Contest will start promptly at 1 PM.

Late arrivals will not be allowed into the room as per Toastmasters Guidelines.

If you are audience and find yourself in the waiting room, please go to bit.ly/D42TMYT to watch the contest.

D42 Table Topics Contest – Saturday, May 30, 2020  9:00 am
D42 International Contest – Saturday, May 30, 2020 1:00 pm
D42 Humourous Contest – Saturday, June 13, 2020 1:00 pm
Toastmasters International: Online Speech Contest Exception guidelines PDF.

D42 Online Contest Planning Checklist for Contest Chair and Toastmaster

Briefings for Online Contest Officials

Online Contest – Judges Briefing

Online Contest – Timers Briefing

Online Contest – Ballot Counter Briefing

RESOURCES FROM DISTRICT 42

CONTESTANT TIP SHEET 

FILLABLE PRINTABLE TOASTMASTER SPEECH CONTEST CERTIFICATES

ONLINE EVENT RESOURCES (including one on one support for competing online)

1st Place Speech Contest Certificate

2nd Place Speech Contest Certficate

3rd Place Speech Contest Certificate

Participant Speech Contest Certificate

RESOURCES FROM TOASTMASTERS INTERNATIONAL

Here is a link to the TI Best Practice document as a supplement or pre-read to the TI Webinars:

Wednesday, April 8, 7 a.m. Mountain Time Registration Link

Thursday, April 9, 8 p.m. Mountain Time Registration Link

Friday, April 10, 1 p.m. Mountain Time Registration Link 

 

Stay tuned and watch as D42 goes virtual this Contest Season!

 

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Meetups for D42 Toastmaster Clubs

Meetup for D42 Toastmasters

GREAT NEWS!

Add your club to one of the hottest internet services for community engagement and to connect with guests and potential members. 

District 42 is funding a new pro meetup account. Yes, please join the other Toastmasters clubs that are adding Meetup to their membership toolbox to grow and maintain a healthy club.

Check out:  https://www.meetup.com/pro/toastmasters-in-alberta-saskatchewan

To add your club meeting as an event send an email request to meetup@d42tm.org

Give the details of your club meeting, your club website, and include the name and email address of the person who will monitor and be your club event host.

Please send any questions to: meetup@d42tm.org

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Happy Anniversary! D42 Clubs Celebrating Anniversaries in March

Wascana Toastmasters
Congratulations to our clubs celebrating anniversaries this month!
See charter date listed beside club name.
Wascana Club | March 1, 1948
Oldest Club in the District!
Meets Tuesdays 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Room 104
Knox Metropolitan Church
2340 Victoria Avenue | Regina, SK
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Tuesday Nooners Club | March 1, 1965
Meets Tuesdays 11:55 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Q Haute Cuisine
100 La Caille Place SW, Calgary, AB
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Palliser Toastmasters | March 1, 1978
Meets Wednesdays at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Bankers Hall East – 21 Floor
855 – 2 Street SW, Calgary, AB
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Wild Oats Club | March 1, 1981
Meets Mondays (except holidays)
12:05 – 1:00 p.m.
Knox Metropolitan Church
2340 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK
Meets Thursdays 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Suncor Energy Centre
West Tower, 17 floor, Conference Room E
150 – 6 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB
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Sundial Club | March 1, 1985
Meets Tuesdays at 12:00 p.m.
Knox United Church, Choir Room (2 Floor Annex)
506 – 4 Street SW, Calgary, AB
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Club 13 Toastmasters Club | March 1, 1986
Meets Wednesdays 5:20 p.m.
SaskPower
2025 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK
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Speakmasters Club | March 1, 1989
Meets Mondays 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Executive Council Chambers | MacEwan Student Centre (MacHall)
University of Calgary | Calgary, AB
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Bottom Line Club | March 1, 1992
Meets Thursdays 12:00 p.m.
Conference Center, Harry Hays Building
220 – 4 Avenue SE, Calgary, AB
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Valley Echo Club | March 1, 1993
Meets Mondays (except holidays) 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Cochrane Toyota
8 River Heights Drive, Cochrane, AB
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Ace of Clubs | March 1, 1993
Meets Thursday 12:00 – 1:00 pm.
Room 50-148 Brookfield Place
225 – 6 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB
FCC Stubble Jumpers Club | March 1, 1999
Meets Thursdays 12:00 p.m.
Farm Credit Canada – FCC Lecture Theatre
1800 Hamilton Street, Regina, SK
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Current Speakers Club | March 1, 2000
Meets Thursdays 12:00 p.m.
ENMAX Place
141 – 50 Avenue SE, Calgary, AB
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Sunny South Speakers | March 29, 2002
Meets Wednesdays 6:50 – 8:15p.m.
Coaldale Public Library (McCain Art Gallery)
2014 – 18 Street, Coaldale, AB
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March 30, 2005
Meets Wednesdays 12:05 p.m.
Creative City Centre, 2 Floor (next to Capitol Restaurant)
1843 Hamitlon Street, Regina, SK
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Meets Tuesdays 12:00 – 12:55 p.m.
6 Floor – Calgary House
550 – 6 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB
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Meets Tuesdays 5:29 – 6:30 p.m.
Central Library, Idea Lab (Room 3-20A), 3 Floor
800 – 3 Street SE, Calgary, AB
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Toastmasters 10101 | March 23, 2009
Meets Wednesdays 8:00 a.m.
10101 Southport Road SW, Calgary, AB
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Simply Speaking | March 28, 2013
Meets Thursdays 12:00 p.m.
SAIT Campus, Aldred CB 412
1301 – 16 Ave NW, Calgary, AB
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March 31, 2015
Meets Tuesdays 12:05 – 12:55 p.m.
Labour Market Services Boardroom
1955 Broad Street, Regina, SK
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Sproule Toastmasters | March 3, 2016
Meets 2nd & 4th Tuesdays 12:00 p.m.
Sproule Associates Limited
Sun Life Plaza North Tower
#900, 140 – 4 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB
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Step Up to … Division Director or District Executive

Step Up To District Leadership

 

Every year, District 42 looks for members to step up and lead our District. Have you thought about taking your skills to the next level? Are you ready?  Now’s the time! Time to stretch yourself and consider serving as a District Leader on the 2020-2021 District Executive Committee.  Nominations are now open for Division Directors (6 positions), Club Growth Director, Program Quality Director and District Director!  The District leadership term begins July 1, 2020 and ends June 30, 2021.  For all nominations and nomination questions, please e-mail DLC@d42tm.org.

Serving as a District Officer is a requirement to achieving the Distinguished Toastmaster award. Any of the positions listed above qualify when served for a full one year term but don’t just do it for the credit, do it for what’s in it for you!

WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME?

Hear from past Division and District Executive Leaders to find out more about what YOU may get from your experience with District Leadership:

D42 Step Up To LeadershipCarolyn Kaldy, DTM

District Director 2016-2017

What interested you in District Leadership?

I have benefited from the Toastmasters program for many years and even though I had already served on the district team as area governor, division governor, district contest chair and district conference co-chair – I wanted to show my gratitude again by serving as District 42 Director 2016-2017.

Secondly, while reading Tom Rath’s book “Wellbeing”, on understanding of what makes life worthwhile, he discusses “five universal, interconnected elements that shape our lives”, one of which is Community Wellbeing. Being part of the Toastmasters community in District leadership helped make my life more meaningful.

What surprised you most about your time in District Leadership?

“The experience of different district leadership role validated that leadership is fluid and changes based on the team you have and your role/responsibilities.

Every position resulted in different leadership learnings, however, three consistent learnings through all levels were (1) the power of teamwork, (2) the importance of time management, and (3) and how to prioritize not just within Toastmasters but with all aspects of your life.”

What would you say to a Toastmaster who is hesitant to step up into a District Leadership role?

“Remember your first meeting? Think back to all that you have learning and gained by being a club member.

So like many things in life, you do not know what the benefits will be until you experience it so take a leap of faith and (as the Nike slogan goes) – Just Do It!”

Gimalle Crawford, DTM, TC5

Area Governor – 2006/2007 & Division A Director 2018/2019

How are you a different Toastmaster because of this experience?

I am certainly much more aware of the depth and breadth required to be successful in the role. I understand not only “what” needs to be done, but know “why’ it needs to be done. The additional context adds to building personal confidence, competence and capability.

What surprised you most about your time in District Leadership?

“The level of support, and, to a degree, how structured the work is. There are a number of great processes in place to help guide leaders so they don’t feel lost.”

What would you say to a Toastmaster who is hesitant to step up into a District Leadership role?

“You won’t become a better Toastmaster by continually doing the same things year after year.

Chuck LeBlanc, DTM

District Governor 2010-2013

 

 

How has this experience impacted other aspects of your life?

I have become a more confident volunteer leader. I now chair the board of directors of a local not for profit. My District Leadership experience has helped me to develop strategic plans, work closely with a team, set goals and train new members of the board. I am more confident and better equipped to lead.

In hindsight, what are you most proud of from your time in District Leadership?

Being able to gather a group of like-minded volunteer leaders to create an execute a plan was an opportunity I wouldn’t pass up. When we achieved Select Distinguished District. All the hard work we did as a team was rewarded.

What would you say to a Toastmaster who is hesitant to step up into a District Leadership role?

When you step outside your club into District Leadership, a whole new world opens up to you. Don’t let that world pass you by. It can change your life.

ARE YOU READY?

For more information about the roles and election/appointment process, please attend one of the following Online Coffee Chats on District Leadership:

Join Zoom Meeting (same link for all Coffee Chats)
https://zoom.us/j/614389929
Meeting ID: 614 389 929

Coffee Chat: Step Up and Lead

Feb 8, 2020

09:30 AM MST / 10:30 AM CST

30 min

For all interested future leaders

Coffee Chat: Find Your Replacement

Feb 15, 2020

09:30 AM MST / 10:30 AM CST 30 min

For existing district leaders

Coffee Chat: Step Up and Lead

Feb 22, 2020

09:30 AM MST / 10:30 AM CST

30 min

For all interested future leaders

OR

Contact a member of the District Leadership Committee at DLC@d42tm.org.

Click Here to learn more about the District Leader Roles and Nomination Process

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Promote Your Club with Success Workshops

Clubs in District 42 are getting creative in the way they attract guests to visit their clubs. More clubs are using the Success Communication and Success Leadership Workshops to give non Toastmasters a taste of the Toastmasters education program and encouraging them to continue as members of their club.
District 42 will purchase the digital download for 45 Toastmasters clubs willing to grow their membership by holding a Success Communication or Success Leadership Workshop.
How to apply to be one of the limited 45 clubs?
  • View the Success Workshops are for You online presentation to learn more about how to organize a Success Workshop in your club.
  • Decide which Success Workshop (Digital Downloads Only) your club would like to hold. Programs can be found on the Toastmasters International online store. Limit 1 per club.
  • Submit an “Event Registration Form” to administration@d42tm.org that indicates the details of your workshop. Clearly state which workshop you are requesting. Only complete forms will be accepted.
  • Promote and plan your workshop!
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We Remember Our Friend, Josephine Choy, DTM

Josephine Choy, DTM

District 42 Finance Manager, Circle of Gold Coordinator, Distinguished Toastmaster

It is with great sadness we inform you that our dear friend, Josephine passed away on Thursday November 28th, 2019 at the Agape Hospice. She had been suffering with terminal and inoperable cancer for the last couple months. She demonstrated incredible courage and was a favourite of many hospital staff.

Josephine’s daughters, Barbara and Rebecca, were by her side during the past few weeks. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

We are grateful for Josephine’s leadership in District 42. She willingly shared her inspirational thoughts, photos and words of motivation. She positively impacted hundreds of people in the way she gave and encouraged others. We appreciate her helpful, constructive evaluations, her constant support and artistic photography at many Toastmasters events including speech contests. She was a talented gardener and always generous with her garden harvest. 

We invite you to remember Josephine’s positive energy and optimistic spirit.

District 42 Southern Alberta and Southern Saskatchewan

* 2019-2020 District 42 Finance Manager

* 2018-2019 Division C, Circle of Gold Coordinator

* 2017-2019 Demonstration Meetings

* 2017-2019 Youth Leadership Program Coordinator

* 2015-2019 Speech Contest Judge

* 2017-2018 Division A1 Area Director

* 2016-2017 MVP Advanced Club Treasurer

* 2015-2017 3500 Foot Club Treasurer

* 2015-2016 Heritage Go-Getters Club President

Friends and family are invited to her Memorial Service being held at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY (Park Memorial, 5008 Elbow Drive SW, Calgary, AB) on Saturday December 7, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. Reception to follow in the Hospitality Centre at the Funeral Home. Condolences, memories and photos may be shared and viewed on Josephine’s obituary at www.McInnisandHolloway.com.

If friends and family so desire, memorial tributes may be made directly to the Agapé Hospice, 1302 – 8 Avenue N.W., Calgary, AB T2N 1B8 Telephone: (403) 282-6588, http://www.agapehospice.ca/ahfunding.html

A tree will be planted in living memory of Josephine Choy. McInnis and Holloway Funeral Homes, Park Memorial, 5008 Elbow Drive S.W., Calgary, AB T2S 2L5, Telephone: 403-243-8200.

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