SEC Roughriders Toastmasters
SEC Roughriders Toastmasters is an award winning club! 

Toastmasters International has recognized SEC Roughriders Toastmasters Club over recent years with the following awards.

2016 – 2017

"President’s Distinguished Club" – highest level of recognition for achieving at least nine of ten goals in Education, Membership, Training and Administration. The club has met all ten goals since 2011-2012.

"Golden Gavel District Award" – for the first time in club history. The club is one of 15 among 230+ clubs in District 46 to have earned this prestigious award.

2015 – 2016

"President’s Distinguished Club" – the highest level of recognition available from Toastmasters International. The club met the membership prerequisite and achieved at least nine of the ten goals, as defined by Toastmasters International.

2014 – 2015

"President’s Distinguished Club" – the highest level of recognition available from Toastmasters International. The club met the membership prerequisite and achieved at least nine of the ten goals, as defined by Toastmasters International.

2013 – 2014

"President’s Distinguished Club" – the highest level of recognition available from Toastmasters International. The club met the membership prerequisite and achieved at least nine of the ten goals, as defined by Toastmasters International.

"Beat the Clock" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during May and June.

2012 – 2013

"President’s Distinguished Club" – the highest level of recognition available from Toastmasters International. The club met the membership prerequisite and achieved at least nine of the ten goals, as defined by Toastmasters International.

2011 – 2012

"President’s Distinguished Club" – the highest level of recognition available from Toastmasters International.  The club met the membership prerequisite and achieved at least nine of the ten goals, as defined by Toastmasters International.

"Beat the Clock" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during May and June.

"Smedley Award" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during August and September.

"Talk up Toastmasters" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during February and March.

2010 – 2011

"Select Distinguished Club" – the club met the membership prerequisite and achieved seven or eight of the ten, as defined by Toastmasters International

"Smedley Award" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during August and September.

 

2009 – 2010

"Distinguished Club" – the club met the membership prerequisite and achieved at least five of the ten goals, as defined by Toastmasters International.

"Smedley Award" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during August and September.

2008 – 2009

"Distinguished Club" – the club met the membership prerequisite and achieved at least five of the ten goals, as defined by Toastmasters International.

"Smedley Award" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during August and September.

"Talk up Toastmasters" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during February and March.

2007 – 2008

"Distinguished Club" – the club met the membership prerequisite and achieved at least five of the ten goals, as defined by Toastmasters International.

"Beat the Clock" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during May and June.

"Talk up Toastmasters" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during February and March.

2006 – 2007

"Select Distinguished Club" – the club met the membership prerequisite and achieved seven or eight of the ten, as defined by Toastmasters International

"Beat the Clock" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during May and June.

"Talk up Toastmasters" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during February and March.

2005 – 2006

"Select Distinguished Club" – the club met the membership prerequisite and achieved seven or eight of the ten, as defined by Toastmasters International

"Beat the Clock" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during May and June.

"Smedley Award" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during August and September.

2004 – 2005

N/A

2003 – 2004

"Beat the Clock" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during May and June.

"Smedley Award" – the club added at least five new, dual or reinstated members during August and September.
Awards

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Club earns highest honors from Toastmasters International and NYC Metro District 46
July 12, 2017
Congratulations to Past President Jack Brown for leading the club to achieve 10 of...

Special Speakathon and Evaluator Challenge Meeting - Thursday, June 1, 2017
May 09, 2017
Join your fellow SEC Roughriders at the June 1st meeting for a special Speakathon and Evaluator...

Roughriders to Compete in Division Level Contest - April 19th!
April 05, 2017
The Division B International Speech and Evaluation Contests is on Wednesday, April...



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