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Thursday August 2, 2018 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
Toastmaster of the Day:
Noreen Every-Clayton
Introduces supporting roles. Gives control to Topics Master.
Ah Counter:
Romeo Alain
Body Language Monitor:
Adrienne Kraft
Grammarian:
Marcela Cifuentes, CL
Timer:
Carolina Alig
Vote Counter:
Cesar (guest)
Table Topics Master:
Clare Merlo
Topics Master describes Table Topics - Asks for timing - Conducts session - Asks for Timer’s report - Calls for vote - Returns control to Toastmaster.
Speaker:
Jennifer Smith-Vogler
Speaker:
Jerome A Feen
Backup Speaker:
General Evaluator:
Willasue Susskind
Explains evaluations - Asks Timing sequence - Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
John Michael Clapp
Evaluator:
Pascale Mackey
Backup Evaluator:
Romeo Alain

WORD OF THE DAY

Caveat

Caveat n. 1. A warning or proviso: something said as a warning, caution, or qualification. “The agreement contains the usual caveats.”

Posted by Admin on June 10, 2018

Thursday August 9, 2018 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
Toastmaster of the Day:
Pascale Mackey
Introduces supporting roles. Gives control to Topics Master.
Ah Counter:
Cesar (guest)
Body Language Monitor:
Beth Stoller
Grammarian:
Ray E Smith
Timer:
John Michael Clapp
Vote Counter:
Adrienne Kraft
Table Topics Master:
Jennifer Smith-Vogler
Topics Master describes Table Topics - Asks for timing - Conducts session - Asks for Timer’s report - Calls for vote - Returns control to Toastmaster.
Speaker:
Jerome A Feen
Speaker:
Willasue Susskind
Backup Speaker:
General Evaluator:
Barbara G. Weinstein
Explains evaluations - Asks Timing sequence - Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Noreen Every-Clayton
Evaluator:
Cynthia Cortes, ACB, CL
Backup Evaluator:

WORD OF THE DAY

Fungible

adjective

Definition

Being of such a nature that one part or quantity may be replaced by another equal part or quantity in the satisfaction of an obligation; Interchangeable; Flexible

Posted by Admin on June 10, 2018

Thursday August 16, 2018 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
Toastmaster of the Day:
Ray E Smith
Introduces supporting roles. Gives control to Topics Master.
Ah Counter:
Cynthia Cortes, ACB, CL
Body Language Monitor:
Noreen Every-Clayton
Grammarian:
Adrienne Kraft
Timer:
Willasue Susskind
Vote Counter:
John Michael Clapp
Table Topics Master:
Jerome A Feen
Topics Master describes Table Topics - Asks for timing - Conducts session - Asks for Timer’s report - Calls for vote - Returns control to Toastmaster.
Speaker:
Grant Anthony Ninneman
Speaker:
Barbara G. Weinstein
Backup Speaker:
General Evaluator:
Pascale Mackey
Explains evaluations - Asks Timing sequence - Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Patrice Michelle Kraus
Evaluator:
Beth Stoller
Backup Evaluator:
Jennifer Smith-Vogler

WORD OF THE DAY

Riant

Adjective

Laughing, Smiling, Cheerful

Example

Mistress Marjory bent her head with a murmured assurance of "giving him small trouble," but again the riant eyes belied the lips

Posted by Admin on June 10, 2018

Thursday August 23, 2018 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
Toastmaster of the Day:
Barbara G. Weinstein
Introduces supporting roles. Gives control to Topics Master.
Ah Counter:
Beth Stoller
Body Language Monitor:
Maria Martinez-Luna
Grammarian:
Cynthia Cortes, ACB, CL
Timer:
Vote Counter:
Jerome A Feen
Table Topics Master:
Grant Anthony Ninneman
Topics Master describes Table Topics - Asks for timing - Conducts session - Asks for Timer’s report - Calls for vote - Returns control to Toastmaster.
Speaker:
John Michael Clapp
Speaker:
Rachelle R Bocksch
Backup Speaker:
General Evaluator:
Romeo Alain
Explains evaluations - Asks Timing sequence - Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Ray E Smith
Evaluator:
Noreen Every-Clayton
Backup Evaluator:

WORD OF THE DAY

Satiety

Definition

1 : the quality or state of being fed or gratified to or beyond capacity : surfeit, fullness

2 : the revulsion or disgust caused by overindulgence or excess

"Yes, avocado is high in fat, but it's the good, monounsaturated kind that helps increase satiety so you feel full with fewer calories."

Posted by Admin on June 10, 2018

Thursday August 30, 2018 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
Toastmaster of the Day:
Barbara G. Weinstein
Introduces supporting roles. Gives control to Topics Master.
Ah Counter:
Noreen Every-Clayton
Body Language Monitor:
Beth Stoller
Grammarian:
John Michael Clapp
Timer:
Adrienne Kraft
Vote Counter:
Willasue Susskind
Table Topics Master:
Cynthia Cortes, ACB, CL
Topics Master describes Table Topics - Asks for timing - Conducts session - Asks for Timer’s report - Calls for vote - Returns control to Toastmaster.
Speaker:
Romeo Alain
Speaker:
Rachelle R Bocksch
Backup Speaker:
General Evaluator:
Ray E Smith
Explains evaluations - Asks Timing sequence - Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Maria Martinez-Luna
Evaluator:
Jennifer Smith-Vogler
Backup Evaluator:

WORD OF THE DAY

Fallacious

adjective

1. Based on false reasoning.
2. Deceptive or misleading.

Example

“This is part of the propaganda machine. Let’s spread a completely fallacious story and say it needs to be investigated.”

Posted by Admin on June 10, 2018

Thursday September 6, 2018 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
Toastmaster of the Day:
Maria Martinez-Luna
Introduces supporting roles. Gives control to Topics Master.
Ah Counter:
Romeo Alain
Body Language Monitor:
Clare Merlo
Grammarian:
Barbara G. Weinstein
Timer:
Willasue Susskind
Vote Counter:
Beth Stoller
Table Topics Master:
Noreen Every-Clayton
Topics Master describes Table Topics - Asks for timing - Conducts session - Asks for Timer’s report - Calls for vote - Returns control to Toastmaster.
Speaker:
Adrienne Kraft
Speaker:
Jennifer Smith-Vogler
Backup Speaker:
General Evaluator:
Jerome A Feen
Explains evaluations - Asks Timing sequence - Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
John Michael Clapp
Evaluator:
Rachelle R Bocksch
Backup Evaluator:

WORD OF THE DAY

Ingratiate

verb

To gain favor or favorable acceptance for by deliberate effort.

Example:

He ingratiated himself with Crispin, deliberately ignoring Crispin's suspicion of him

Posted by Admin on June 10, 2018

Thursday September 13, 2018 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM

Sgt. at Arms calls the meeting to the order.

President or Presiding Officer introduces the Contest Master.

Contest Master:
Introduces supporting roles. Leads the meeting.
Chief Judge:
Timer:
Vote Counter:
Videographer:
International Speech Contestant:
International Speech Contestant:
International Speech Contestant:
International Speech Contestant:
International Speech Contestant:
International Speech Contestant:
Table Topics Contestant:
Table Topics Contestant:
Table Topics Contestant:
Table Topics Contestant:
Table Topics Contestant:
Table Topics Contestant:
Humorous Speech Contestant:
Marcela Cifuentes, CL
Humorous Speech Contestant:
Humorous Speech Contestant:
Humorous Speech Contestant:
Humorous Speech Contestant:
Humorous Speech Contestant:
Evaluation Contest Contestant:
Evaluation Contest Contestant:
Evaluation Contest Contestant:
Evaluation Contest Contestant:
Evaluation Contest Contestant:
Evaluation Contest Contestant:

Contest Master opens the awards ceremony.

Chief Judge announces the winners.

Announcements and conclusion.

Posted by Admin on August 10, 2018

Thursday September 20, 2018 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
Toastmaster of the Day:
John Michael Clapp
Introduces supporting roles. Gives control to Topics Master.
Ah Counter:
Ray E Smith
Body Language Monitor:
Grammarian:
Timer:
Patrice Michelle Kraus
Vote Counter:
Ozzie Gillion
Table Topics Master:
Romeo Alain
Topics Master describes Table Topics - Asks for timing - Conducts session - Asks for Timer’s report - Calls for vote - Returns control to Toastmaster.
Speaker:
Marcela Cifuentes, CL
Speaker:
Jerome A Feen
Backup Speaker:
Barbara G. Weinstein
General Evaluator:
Rachelle R Bocksch
Explains evaluations - Asks Timing sequence - Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Willasue Susskind
Evaluator:
Jennifer Smith-Vogler
Backup Evaluator:
Ray E Smith

WORD OF THE DAY

Superfluous

Superfluous adj. Unnecessary, being beyond what is required or sufficient. “The repeated warnings were superfluous.”

Posted by Admin on June 10, 2018

Thursday September 27, 2018 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
Toastmaster of the Day:
Introduces supporting roles. Gives control to Topics Master.
Ah Counter:
Body Language Monitor:
Grammarian:
Timer:
Vote Counter:
Table Topics Master:
Topics Master describes Table Topics - Asks for timing - Conducts session - Asks for Timer’s report - Calls for vote - Returns control to Toastmaster.
Speaker:
Carolina Alig
Speaker:
Alexandrine Aquino Guembes
Backup Speaker:
General Evaluator:
Explains evaluations - Asks Timing sequence - Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Evaluator:
Backup Evaluator:

WORD OF THE DAY

Not set

Posted by Admin on June 10, 2018

Thursday October 4, 2018 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
Toastmaster of the Day:
Introduces supporting roles. Gives control to Topics Master.
Ah Counter:
Body Language Monitor:
Grammarian:
Timer:
Vote Counter:
Table Topics Master:
Topics Master describes Table Topics - Asks for timing - Conducts session - Asks for Timer’s report - Calls for vote - Returns control to Toastmaster.
Speaker:
Speaker:
Backup Speaker:
General Evaluator:
Explains evaluations - Asks Timing sequence - Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Evaluator:
Backup Evaluator:

WORD OF THE DAY

Not set

Posted by Admin on June 10, 2018