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Menlo Park Toastmasters - Award Winning Club Open House

Original post made by Angela Hey on Apr 17, 2007

Menlo Park Toastmasters is an award winning club - it has won local public speaking contests and for the last 3 years has held Toastmasters International highest club award - President's Distinguished Club.

It is holding an open house on April 25th jointly with Secoya Bilingual Toastmasters - a Palo Alto club that creates speeches in both Spanish and English.

Anyone who wonders why they didn't get chosen to be a spokesperson for their organization or wants to give more powerful speeches is invited to come.

7:25 pm for 7:30 pm Wednesday April 25th in room C12 Menlo Park Presbyterian Church at 1177 University Drive. If you can't come to our open house, drop by and see what Toastmasters is all about.

Our club is small - but that means you get plenty of time to practice and develop active listening skills.

See more on the club website www.menloparktm.org.

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