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Tri-County Talkers Toastmasters

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Tri-County Talker Toastmasters, Club 2685   Center for Nonprofit Management (adjacent to Stonehill College) 16 Belmont Street Easton, MA 02347
Tri-County Talkers would like to invite all interested parties from Easton and surrounding towns to attend a club meeting.  Why should you attend?  By participating in Toastmasters you will become a better communicator, a better listener, you will improve your presentations skills, and increase your self confidence.  Come see firsthand what a Toastmaster meeting can do for you.   Tri-County Talkers Toastmasters meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 7:15 P.M. sharp at the Center for Nonprofit Management, 16 Belmont Street, Easton, MA 02347.  Please enter by back entrance (Brocktonian Room).       

DIRECTIONS: From Boston and Directly North of Boston

  • At Route 3/93 split, bear right
    Follow signs for Route 93 South to Route 95 Dedham, Providence
  • Stay left to Exit #4 -- Route 24 South/Brockton, Fall River.
  • Exit 17B -- Route 123 West/Easton
  • Center for Nonprofit Management is just past the entrance of Stonehill College at 16 Belmont Street (two-story white house)

From The Cape

  • Route 25 West
  • Into Route 495 North
  • Exit #7A -- Route 24 North
  • Exit #17B -- Route 123 West/Easton
  • Center for Nonprofit Management is just past the entrance of Stonehill College at 16 Belmont Street (two-story white house)

From West of Boston

  • Route 90 (Mass Pike) East
  • Route 95 South
  • At junction of 95 South and 93 North, Stay straight on Route 93 North heading toward Braintree. Do not exit on Route 95 South.
  • Take Exit #4 for Route 24 South/Brockton, Fall River
  • Exit #17B -- Route 123 West/Easton
  • Center for Nonprofit Management is just past the entrance of Stonehill College at 16 Belmont Street (two-story white house)

From Northwest of Boston

  • Route 93 South
  • Exit #37B -- Route 95 South
  • Stay on Route 95 South past Waltham and Dedham
  • At junction of 95 South and 93 North, Stay in left lanes (Exit #12) for Route 93 North toward Braintree. Do not take exit for Route 95 South.
  • Take Exit #4 for Route 24 South/Brockton, Fall River
  • Exit #17B -- Route 123 West/Easton
  • Center for Nonprofit Management is just past the entrance of Stonehill College at 16 Belmont Street (two-story white house)

                        Please arrive by 7:10 P.M. so the meeting can start on time.

 

 
Toastmasters At A Glance:

In October 1924, a group of men assembled by Dr. Ralph C. Smedley met in the basement of the YMCA in Santa Ana, California, U.S.A., forming a club “to afford practice and training in the art of public speaking and in presiding over meetings, and to promote sociability and good fellowship among its members.” The group took the name “Toastmasters.”  We are a local chapter of Toastmasters International.

Today, Toastmasters International is a non-profit organization which gives its members the opportunity to develop and improve their public speaking abilities through local club meetings, training seminars and speech contests. Toastmasters International includes more than 199,000 men and women in more than 9,300 clubs in more than 70 countries. 

Experienced professionals and beginning speakers alike can benefit from our practical, face-to-face learning program. Whether you're speaking to the board of directors, your customers, your co-workers or your kids, Toastmasters can help you do it better. You'll learn and practice in a friendly, comfortable environment with people who are there for the same reason you are—to become better communicators.

At Toastmasters, members learn by speaking to groups and working with others in a supportive environment. A typical Toastmasters club is made up of 20 to 30 people who meet once a week for about an hour. Each meeting gives everyone an opportunity to practice conducting meetings, giving impromptu speeches, presenting prepared speeches, and offering constructive evaluation.

Mary Puricelli December 28, 2011 at 11:48 PM
Hello, I am a member of Tri-County Talkers Toastmasters in Easton. I would like to encourage anyone who is looking to improve there speaking and leadership skills to attend a Toastmasters meeting. There is no fee for guests. It will be the best 2 hours and 15 minutes that you spend in the new year. M. Puricelli, Tri-County Talkers Toastmasters

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