Welcome to Our Club

South County Toastmasters is a fun group of men and women who are passionate about becoming better speakers and leaders. Founded in 1975, the club has consistently been recognized for both club and individual member accomplishments. Our members provide encouragement in a supportive environment.

Join us Wednesday evenings in-person or via Zoom

be our guest

South County Toastmasters meets every Wednesday evening at the Sunset Hills Community Center. We utilize a “hybrid” meeting format, combining in-person and Zoom (online). You don’t need to worry about being put on the spot or being asked to speak. As a guest, we will only ask you to tell us your name and what brought you to our club. Other than that, you can sit back and see (and hear) how a meeting works. It is stress-free, fun and there is no pressure to join. If you have never been to a Toastmaster meeting before, prepare to be surprised by the meeting’s crisp, precision organization and how much activity and member involvement we can accomplish in two hours or less!

why join toastmasters?

People come to Toastmasters to improve their communication and presentation skills. The self-confidence you gain can help you become a better public speaker, give you a competitive edge at work and build leadership skills.

about toastmasters international

Toastmasters International is a non-profit educational organization that, since 1924, has helped people from diverse backgrounds become more confident speakers, communicators, and leaders. Worldwide membership exceeds 364,000 people in more than 16,200 clubs in 145 countries.

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Meeting Minutes, November 30, 2022

South County Toastmasters Club 1957 Meeting Type/Theme:  Comfort and Joy Meeting Location:  Sunset Hills Community Center and Zoom Call to Order: 6:00 PM Presiding Officer: Debbie Young President Debbie Young asked if there were any corrections or additions to be made to the minutes from the November 16, 2022, meeting.  One correction was emailed to … Continue reading Meeting Minutes, November 30, 2022

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