Toastmasters Int’l launches junior club in Amherst


Staff Report



Courtesy photo Junior Toastmasters recently gathered to demonstrate their public speaking skills.


One hundred of the globe’s brightest minds just competed at the World Championship of Public Speaking.

The event was part of Toastmasters International, a 101-year-old organization founded to foster public speaking skills.

Lorain County has its own Junior Toastmasters Club, which will begin meeting on a monthly basis in Amherst. The first meeting will be Sept. 10.

If you have an interest in joining, call the Move It! Dance Project at 440-258-6216 or email moveitdp@gmail.com

Recently, 15 girls ages eight to 15 recently gathered through the Youth Leadership Program to showcase their skills with prepared speeches, table topics, and knowledge of parliamentary procedure.

“Toastmasters helped me have enough confidence and strength to speak to anyone,” said 15-year-old Jada Kirk. “Now, every day in school, I have the strength and confidence to speak up instead of being scared and shy to speak.”

Courtesy photo Junior Toastmasters recently gathered to demonstrate their public speaking skills.

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Courtesy photo Junior Toastmasters recently gathered to demonstrate their public speaking skills.

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