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Get involved in the upcoming PCT Club contest on March 10, 2015! There are two options for contests to participate in: International Speech Contest (must  have completed 6 speeches in CC manual) and Evaluation Contest (open to all experience levels) .

INTERNATIONAL SPEECH CONTEST: Dust off those speeches you have been wanting to give and participate in the International Speech Contest. This is a 5 to 7 minute speech on a topic of your choice. 
EVALUATION CONTEST: We all have experience with evaluations – giving or getting. Becoming a proficient evaluator will benefit you in either scenario.
The Evaluation Contest works as follows: all contestants will listen to the same speaker. After a five minute note taking/preparation period they will all be removed from the room. One contestant is brought back at a time  to provide their evaluation of the speech. You will have 2 to 3 minutes for your evaluation.
Contests are a great way to hone your speaking skills. Come out to Park City Toastmasters on March 10 to share your talents with us and to warm and wow us with your words

Dear Future Toastmasters:

Thank you for your interest in Park City Toastmasters, and congratulations on considering this investment in your communications, leadership and organizational skills. While Toastmasters is best known for promoting effective speaking and communications skills, the benefits of Toastmasters membership extend far beyond public speaking to include self-confidence, professional success, fun and personal development. In Toastmasters, you’ll work with a dynamic, diverse group of people who, like you, recognize the importance of organizing and expressing their thoughts, clearly and effectively, in front of audiences ranging from one to the thousands. Some members have joined us to work on public speaking, while others are more interested in improving their personal communications and networking skills. Whatever has inspired your interest, we at Park City Toastmasters look forward to working with you to achieve your goals. We’re glad you’ve expressed an interest in Toastmasters, and invite you to learn more by attending a meeting or by contacting us.