Dublin South Toastmasters hosted their Tall Tales competition in January. There was an amazing turn out with 11 contestants taking part in a night of entertaining story telling.
Well done to all of the Dublin South contestants and of course to Michael Kenny the winner ( below, middle, with Paul Schwartzman (VP Education, left) and John Kelly (Dublin South Toastmaster Club Founder, right)
In January 2016, the Dublin South Toastmasters Club awards for 2015 were presented by outgoing President, Cathal Deasey.
Michael Kenny received the award for best overall Toastmaster (above). While Bridie Keogh (below) received the award for most improved Toastmaster in 2015!
Congratulations to Michael and Bridie for these well deserved and well earned awards !!!!
After a tremendous night of speeches at the Step Inn, Dublin South Toastmasters Club celebrates Christmas with food, drink and really great music from John and Ronan !(above)
Below, Paul Schwartzman (Vice President Education) and Peter Graham (Club President) celebrate a very successful 2015 at Dublin South Toastmasters Club!
Dublin South Toastmasters is a friendly and enthusiastic Toastmasters club with a focus on providing a supportive environment for public speaking. At the club we aim to –
help people get over public speaking fear or nerves
teach the techniques and provide feedback to help improve your public speaking
teach listening and evaluation
have friendly and social meetings that are enjoyable and interesting
The Club was started in 2011, and follows the proven Toastmasters International Education Program.
We meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month from September to July in the -1 level of the Clayton Hotel (formally Bewleys) in Leopardstown. The meetings begin sharp at 8pm so guests should arrive about 10minutes early.
If you are interested in coming to a meeting to see what we do we welcome guests. As a guest you can come to two meetings free of charge, a charge of €5 is required for subsequent meetings to help cover room and refreshment charges.