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Speaking in public is something that can be a daunting prospect for many people but yet, being able to confidently in public is something that has become a requirement for so many activities today.
Galway Toastmasters will mark its 25th anniversary next week and to mark the occasion an anniversary meeting and celebration will be held on February 28 at 8:30pm in the Menlo Park Hotel. There will also be presentation of Toastmasters’ highest achievement to a local member.
Speech contests are a Toastmasters tradition. Like every year since 1987, the Athlone branch of Toastmasters International will be organising a speech and evaluation competition on Tuesday March 24 at 8.15pm in the Prince of Wales.
The Athlone branch has won the Toastmasters Distinguished Club Award for the first time in its 30-year history.
The next meeting of the well-known public speaking club of Athlone will be on Tuesday February 25 at 8pm in The Prince of Wales hotel.
Speaking in public still remains one of the most common human fears, and motivational speaker Gerry Duffy’s intense fear of it was just one of the many obstacles he has faced since his life-changing moment in 1995. The athlete, author, entrepreneur, and coach will tell his story about how he overcame his pathological fear of public speaking this coming Tuesday January 28 to the public open night of the Athlone Toastmasters.
Child protection in sport, sports first aid, sports leadership training, club development workshops and leader training for older people groups are just some of the upcoming sports volunteer training courses which will be available through Mayo Sports Partnership over the coming months.
After celebrating successfully its 25th anniversary at the end of May, Athlone Toastmasters will be back for another year of fun and entertainment on Tuesday September 11 in the Prince of Wales Hotel, at 8.15pm.
Athlone Toastmasters celebrated its 25th anniversary in the Prince of Wales Hotel recently.