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Open House (virtual): Improving Your Speaking & Leadership Skills

This flier is an invitation to an open house November 4, 2020 at 5:00pm on Zoom. For questions, email:

Wednesday, November 4, 2020 Open House and 10th Anniversary Celebration for After Five Bell Tower Toastmasters Club. Speakers, conversation, fellowship! ALL are welcome! 5:00pm-6:30pm


Sharon A. Hill, MBA, Distinguished Toastmaster, author, and speaker will be presenting, “Welcome to the New Tomorrow”. She spent more than 20 years as a development and marketing manager at Fortune 500 giant IBM. Sharon is president of Sharon Hill International, her etiquette and motivational speaking company. She speaks at universities and corporations across the United States.

The Open House will also feature Daniel Hatting, one of the newest members of the club. You will learn how this campus-based After Five Bell Tower Toastmasters Club’s members practice and get feedback on their real-life communication and public speaking activities. We will introduce you to Toastmasters, an international organization dedicated to helping you achieve your goals for effective communication and leadership.

This event is FREE and OPEN to the public. Send RSVP and questions to The Zoom link will be emailed to you in advance of the Open House.

See for more information about After Five Bell Tower Toastmasters!

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