"You are never given a dream without the power to make it come true. "

Richard Bach


Our next meeting will be on Monday March 27, and the theme is:  “March 25 is earth hour day: thinking of the environment what (if anything) do you do to preserve the planet for future generations?

Examples: Do not drive a car? Do not eat meat? Never use an air conditioner/dishwasher …? Do nothing because I won’t be around long enough?  The planet is doing just fine, and future generations are fine as well.   OR one of a million other ideas”.


Our club had its International Speech and Table Topics contests on February 13th, and our Area 32 contest was held on March 1st

Noah Al-Charif won the contest at the Area level and now will proceed to the Division D contest to be held on March 29th at the Shenkman Centre.



Ottawa Toastmasters – Sandy Hill Club

Speaking in public?! Dry mouth or smile, fear of public speaking can be overcome! You can do it too – and at a pace you are comfortable with. At Sandy Hill Toastmasters Ottawa the learn-by-doing program will help you become a better speaker and leader. Why pay thousands of dollars for a seminar when you can join the Sandy Hill Ottawa Toastmasters club and practice public speaking for a fraction of the cost and have fun in the process?
Join us for our next Toastmasters meeting:
  • When: Monday evening
  • Time: 6:30pm to 8:00pm
  • Where: Sandy Hill Community Centre (in the Boardroom), 250 Somerset Street E. (just off King Edward by Ottawa University), in Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Directions: The OC Transpo # 16 bus will drop you off at the door. The # 5 and # 95 stops are a few blocks away.


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Learn / Practice

Come and see how much fun learning to speak in public can be. Sure it can be hard – we all want to be perfect each time we speak and it doesn’t always work out like that.

By learning and practicing to effectively formulate and express your ideas, you open an entirely new world of possibilities. You’ll be more persuasive and confident when giving presentations, and you’ll improve your one-on-one dealings with others.

Come to our next meeting!
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