Year: 2019

Open Mic in the Square

A huge thank you to all the volunteers who generously gave up their time on Saturday, 14th September, to greet visitors at our stall in Hitchin Town Centre. This was our second time running a Speakers event in the square

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Machines that Think?

We had a very lively meeting on Wednesday, 4th September, with over 20 people joining in the fun. There were two Pathways Icebreaker speeches. Christine Evans-Pughe kicked off the evening with her first speech on Machines that Think? and treated

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Quest for Knowledge

Our meeting on 7th August was well attended with over 20 people enjoying speeches and tabletopics. Oliver Schlenker, one of our newest members, pictured below, won best speech of the evening for his first Icebreaker speech called Quest for Knowledge.

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First Car?

Our meeting on 3rd July 2019 at the Sun Hotel treated us to three great speeches. The first one was How does it Feel by our new President, Bradley Peters. Then we had Sunbeam by Rose Saliba who won best

Area 20 Gala Dinner

It’s been a while since we’ve held a gala dinner but Wojciech did us proud. We had representatives from: Herts Speakers East Herts Speakers North Herts Speakers Stevenage Speakers All the clubs in the area presented a report on their

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Speakers in the Square

Saturday 25th of May was our first adventure into Hitchin Town Square. Our purpose was to let people in the local community know about our club and how it could help them to achieve their personal goals. I have to

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Many Awards

This week’s meeting saw a flurry of educational awards so there were happy faces all round. You can see above a photo of John Kendall receiving two awards. John attained his level 5 Pathways award in Dynamic leadership and his

Mentoring

On the 20th of March we had a great speech by Lynne Wilkins on Mentoring. So what is mentoring? Informal and supportive relationship. It’s a voluntary arrangement – one that’s not like being managed formally: but it is supportive. Someone

A Bucket List?

Wednesday 6th February This was a meeting with a wide range of topics as well as speakers.  We had two speakers giving their Ice Breaker speech.  One was an experienced speaker who wanted to take a step into the pathways

When Life gives you Limes

Our last meeting was on January 19th and the content of the speeches was very varied.  Something for everyone. European Trade Almost controversially, we began with a speech about European Trade by Dorothy Molloy.  I say controversially because at Toastmasters

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