Toastmasters Tall Tales Contest Division M Area 7

Cogito Toastmasters Dublin

Once upon a time in Cogito, there was an upcoming tall tales contest.

Toastmasters will gather from all over Dublin, to see who is the best.

The competition will be held in Cogito, just off of Synge Street.

If you were looking for entertainment on the 13th of February, this would be hard to beat.

The contest shall commence at 7:15, for all of you who care.

Come enjoy these amazing speakers, we look forward to seeing you there.

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How Do You Stand

If we don’t stand for something we will fall for anything – Irene DunneHow do you stand

Our meeting theme for this week is “How do you stand”.

Standing up and speaking about what they believe in are our speakers Edwina, Rebecca, Alan and Michael.

Our table topics master Suzanne will find out where members stand on numerous topics.

While our Evaluators Miguel, Maura, John, and Menchu stand up and speak about how our speakers can improve.

If you want the confidence to stand up and speak in front of others then come along this Tuesday.

When: 7.30pm, Tuesday 23rd January
Where: The Lantern Centre, 17 Synge St (click here to see a map)

 

 

Happy New Year

Toastmasters 2018For those whose New Year’s Resolution is to improve your communication and leadership skills, Toastmasters is here to help.

Our first meeting of 2018 kicks off on Tuesday the 9th of January.

We’ll have some scintillating speeches, terrific topics and extraordinary evaluations.

Join us on the 9th of January and say adjo to that January blue.

When: 7.30pm, Tuesday 9th January
Where: The Lantern Centre, 17 Synge St (click here to see a map)

 

Toastmasters District 71 Humorous Speaking and Table Topics Contest

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Cogito Toastmasters Dublin would like to congratulate the following Toastmasters on their success at the Steel City Conference:

Ken Siviter who won the Division Director of the Year award. Cogito Toastmasters Dublin were fortunate to have Ken attend as a visiting toastmaster this year. Ken is a true gentleman and worthy winner.

Dermot Carey of Division M who finished second in the District 71 Humorous Speaking Contest. Dermot performed his hilarious speech entitled “In Defence of a National Institution”. This accomplishment illustrates Dermot’s impeccable speaking skills, given the quality of the speakers in the humorous speaking contest.

Shalini Sinha of Division M who finished third in the District 71 Table Topics Contest. Shalini’s impromptu speaking skills were challenged when asked “Winter – like it or hate it?”. Armed with her quick wit Shalini tackled the table topic terrifically, offering vivid descriptions of her native Canada.

More information on the District 71 Humorous Speaking and Table Topics Contest can be found in the District 71 Newsletter or you can visit the District 71 website.

As the year draws to a close Cogito would like to thank all those who made this year at Cogito a great success. Thanks to our members who make our meetings so enjoyable. Without them there wouldn’t be a Cogito. Thanks to all our guests for attending during the year and taking the first steps on your toastmaster journey. Thank you to all visiting toastmasters from across the globe who’s advice has gone on to improve our club. Thank you to our committee who perform Trojan work behind the scenes. Also thank you to our Area Director Oonagh Farrell for her continued support throughout the year. Finally to all those in Area 7, Division M, and District 71 for their hard work throughout the year.

Cogito will be back on the 9th of January for our next meeting. Hope to see you there.

When: 7.30pm, Tuesday 9th January
Where: The Lantern Centre, 17 Synge St

Merry Christmas from all at Cogito and a happy new year.

 

Cogito Christmas

Cogito Toastmasters Dublin ChristmasCogito Toastmasters Dublin cordially invite you to our Annual Christmas Party. This years party takes place after our meeting on Tuesday the 12th of December.

For all you good boys and girls we have some excellent speeches.

Our Wise evaluators have ditched the gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Instead they bring the gift of feedback.

Our Topics Master has filled Santa’s sack to the brim with terrific table topics.

Afterwards we will be rockin around the Christmas tree in the bleeding horse.

The theme for this week’s meeting is Missed Opportunities. Don’t miss your opportunity to improve your speaking skills this Tuesday.

When: 7.30pm, Tuesday 28th November

Where: The Lantern Centre, 17 Synge St (click here to see a map).

No Grinch’s please.

From all of us at Cogito Toastmasters Dublin have yourself a Merry Little Christmas.

Winter is coming

Shorter Days and Longer Nights

With Winter well and truly here our theme for this weeks meeting is “Shorter days and longer evenings”.

In an attempt to brighten up your long evening this Tuesday we will have speeches from Edwina, Hazel, Suzanne, Miguel, and Brendan. Providing feedback on the night to our speakers will be our evaluators Rebecca, Oonagh, Germaine, Michael, and Maura.

Our Topics Master Derville will be putting members impromptu speaking skills to the test with her terrific topics.

If you want to liven up your long evening, then join us this Tuesday.

When: 7.30pm, Tuesday 28th November

Where: The Lantern Centre, 17 Synge St (click here to see a map)

HO HO HO

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Christmas has come early for Cogito Toastmasters as this weeks meeting theme is the meaning of Christmas.

Our evaluators will be deciding whether speakers Rebecca and John have been naughty or nice. While our Topics master Hazel will have plenty of topics in her sack.

If you want to stay off Santa’s naughty list then join us this Tuesday.

When: 7.30pm, Tuesday 14th November

Where: The Lantern Centre, 17 Synge St (click here to see a map)