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Wednesday 22 October 2014

Enjoyable open night at Glenview

Published 20/02/2013 | 05:22

Pictured from left to right: Jesvin Joe Jimmy, Mairead Dillon (President) Eddie Dunphy DTM.

Greystones Toastmaster had a very exciting open night in the Glenview recently.

Greystones Toastmasters would like to thank all those who joined them to celebrate their open night in the Glenview Hotel, Delgany, on January 10.

'We had a very enjoyable and successful night. We would also like to thank all the local businesses that helped us to promote the night,' said one of the members.

'Our club is 21 years old this year and in acknowledgment of this we were proud to award an honorary membership to Eddie Dunphy, one of our founder members. Eddie is a distinguished Toastmaster and a great asset to our club. He is always there to guide and advise and share his knowledge to help us develop as Toastmasters.'

It was also an opportunity for a member of the Youth Leadership Programme in Coláiste Chraobh Abhann, Kilcoole, to recite a poem. Jesvin Joe Jimmy recited The Eagle by Alfred Lord Tennyson with an ease and confidence.

'As public speaking club our aim is to develop the speaking skills people already have and give them the confidence to use them.'

Greystones people are welcome to come along as guests to experience a Toastmasters meeting any second or fourth Thursday of the month in the Glenview Hotel, Delgany, at 8pm.

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