It’ a party – Toastmasters style

Discovery Toastmasters Club 1146 invites you to celebrate ten years of communication and leadership success

Discovery Toastmasters Club 1146 invites you to celebrate ten years of communication and leadership success. Join us for an evening of inspiring speeches and success stories.

Keynote speaker Baraa Ali from Iraq is an entertainer and an engineering graduate. He placed second in the Toastmasters district speech competition. Isabelle Southcott, an outstanding PR businesswoman from Powell River will wow the audience with her story of success. Three other speakers will inspire us with their testimonials: Bill Black, a retired teacher involved with cystic fibrosis; Jeff King, an engineer and businessman, and Maggie Komar, an entrepreneur.

Who? – Everyone 18 years+

What? – An Evening of Inspiration

Where? – Sequoia Springs Golf Course

When? – Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 6:30 p.m.

Cost? – $10 (includes wine and appys)

For more information or tickets, contact Marlene Wright, VP Membership at 250-287-3352 (during the day) or 250-287-3828 (evenings).

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