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Toastmasters on the lookout for new members


Do you want to become a more confident and natural public speaker? Then Tralee Toastmasters wants to help you!

TRALEE Toastmasters are holding a virtual Open Meeting over Zoom on Monday, September 20 at 8pm. The meeting is open to any members of the public with an interest in developing their public speaking abilities.

Details of how you can login to the Zoom meeting will be shared on the Tralee Toastmasters website and on the Facebook page.

“Tralee Toastmasters provides a supportive and positive environment where members have the opportunity to develop their communication and leadership skills in a safe and supportive environment,” said Club President John McGillycuddy.

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“We meet on the first and third Mondays of the month, currently over Zoom due to Covid 19 Regulations. However, we have adapted, and we still enjoy all the various activities that make up a regular Toastmaster meeting that will include prepared speeches, Table Topics (impromptu speeches) and evaluations,” he added.

“Don’t worry! You will not be forced to speak, but we would encourage your contribution. We look forward to welcoming you,” said John.

Tralee Toastmasters was established in 1993. The club has about thirty members with a diverse range of ages, occupations, and interests. The Club has also achieved numerous awards over the years.
For more information, and the meeting details, email