Toastmasters raise bar for conference
LOCKYER Valley Toastmasters are leading the charge towards the Toastmasters’ Western Division Conference in Goondiwindi this weekend.
This conference will be a great showcase of Toastmasters coming together for learning, fun, fellowship and networking.
The organisation’s membership exceeds 357,000 in more than 16,600 clubs in 143 countries. People from diverse backgrounds have become more confident speakers, communicators and leaders as a result of their local club membership.
Most Toastmasters’ Clubs comprise a mix of men and women from across the age groups, professions, backgrounds, beliefs and cultures.
Toastmasters from southeast and southwest Queensland will be in Goondiwindi for the conference. The theme for the conference is “A weekend escape to the country”.
The conference is being co-hosted by Western Division Director Carolyn Becker’s home club, Lockyer Valley Toastmasters and the Goondiwindi Toastmasters Club.
Local Goondiwindi lass Rosie Pfitzner – Vice-president Public Relations of Goondiwindi Toastmasters – is working closely with Carolyn and her team to assure a quality event, which will showcase what is best about Toastmasters and the Goondiwindi region.
Lockyer Valley Toastmasters will act as ambassadors for the Lockyer Valley, highlighting the delights of the valley.