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THE VOX ISSUE # 16, TERM 2015 - 2016

FEATURED ARTICLES How To Pass Humorously Can You Persuade? A Look Into CC10 Night Part 1 & 2 YOUNG ADULT TOASTMASTERS CLUB: 1682476 | Area: 46 | Division: C | District 20



| President’s Welcome Message


Obtaining The Eye Of The Hawk: How To Give A Good General Evaluation


Becoming The Ultimate Researcher And Passing Project Seven

8-9 10-11

| How To Pass Humorously

| Can You Persuade?


Breaking the Ice: Your Guide to Passing Your Icebreaker


| A Look Into CC10 Night Part 1 & 2


| Excomm Reports

PRESIDENT’S WELCOME MEESSAGE The past three months have been a blur. It zoomed by too quickly. It feels like I didn’t get time to actually absorb it all in. Three months and a handful of meetings later, we have seven new members who were warmly welcomed into the YAT family, and two CC10 nights that went swimmingly. It makes me so happy to see how very accepting and amiable the rest of the club is when it comes to new additions into the family. The saying, “The more, the merrier” comes to mind when I see how much passion and eagerness the YATs have for the club and for their journey, allows me to realize that together, we truly are merrier. This is the first issue of the term, and is something I’m pretty excited about it. Our VPPR, TM Fatima Al Attar has prepared some helpful articles for the YAT member to write out and give to you, the reader. These articles will help you along your toastmaster journey of being a better communicator and leader, as well as will help you with your contests during contest season that is coming up at the end of the year. But let’s not think of that for now. Now, let’s just take one step at the time. Let’s not rush through our speeches too fast or take on multiple roles in multiple committees of the Area and Division. Let’s sit back and enjoy our journey and gradually learn to achieve what we aim to achieve. Let’s sit back, take our time, and savour the memorable moments in our toastmaster journey.

Best Regards, Nada Qamber, CC,CL


Obtaining The Eye Of The Hawk: How To Give A Good General Evaluation By TM Najla Qamber What is a General Evaluator? In simple terms, a General Evaluator (or GE for short) is a person (assigned by the Vice President Education) who will commit his/her time in the entire meeting observing a club’s good points, their not so good points and where they can improve. You will be leading a team of role players to help you evaluate the session. They are: the Ah Counter, Grammarian, Timer and the Individual Evaluators. How can one become a ‘good’ general evaluator? I’ll explain in 5 points:

1. Research!

You’ll need to research two things before 4

every evaluation session: What a general evaluator is and what type of club you’ll be evaluating. Figure out what is a norm at the club, find out how their meetings are structured (use old agendas), what they do differently than your club? Always remember, that just because they do something different from your club, it doesn’t mean it’s a negative thing.

2. Time, Greetings & Set Up.

When you arrive at the venue of the club you’ll be evaluating, look around you. Are the members saying hello? Did they welcome you? What does the set-up of the meeting look like? Are the Officer Plaques up? Are the agenda sheets being distributed? Is the club

a. At the start of your session, you ask the

banner in place? And of course, what time did the meeting start and what time did it end? These are all the questions you ask yourself at beginning and at the end of the meeting.

Timer for the timings of the Project Speeches and TableTopics Commentators. Find out who went over or under time.

3. Start positive.


Next you move onto the Individual Evaluators (IE) to give their evaluations of the speeches.

When the meeting starts, notice all the praiseworthy things the club does, for example: Their club arrangements are well organized. Or the business session was quick and simple. This is the best way to start your general remarks.

more to give you the evaluators timings.

4. What are they missing?


If you’re having a hard time finding suggestions on how they do things, why not searching for something they’re missing? For example, was the word of the day displayed throughout the meeting area? Or was the agenda adopted and was it proposed and seconded? There is always room for improvement.

5. Don’t forget about your team and to remind everyone to vote!

Always remember you’re not doing this session on your own. You have to remember to call upon your team for their reports and evaluations. If you’re at a loss of who goes first, many general evaluators have different ways, but I have learnt it goes in this order:

c. After the IE’s, you call up the timer once After that, its is the best time to ask everyone to vote for the Best Evaluator, Best TableTopic Speaker and Best Speaker awards.

e. Now, it’s time to give your general remarks. f. Then finally, you go ahead and ask for the

Ah Counter and the Grammarian reports.

To wrap up this little ‘how to’ article, I would say, start with these tips to base your first General Evaluator role, however, the best way to learn how to become a great GE is to simply watch other great GE’s. Learn from their styles and eventually, you’ll develop your own and manage to help clubs improve their meeting standards in a more innovative way.

ABOUT TM NAJLA QAMBER Competent Communicator Current Secretary Book Cover Designer Founder of Najla Qamber Designs 5

Becoming The Ultimate Researcher And Passing Project Seven By TM Hala Naseeb Congratulations! You have reached up to the most scientific Project from your Competent Communicator manual! Give yourself a big pat on your back and let’s get down to business. Before you start reading this article, it will help you greatly if you have already read the instructions in your project manual as well as the objectives which form the basis of this article. If you have already, then great let’s dive right in. This Project can be easily distinguished from the previous six projects because it is very fact based and you will learn to present those facts without putting your audience to sleep. Going back to the objectives they are as follows: 1. Collect information about your topic from numerous sources. 2.Carefully support your points and opinions with specific facts, examples and illustration gathered through research. As a start, select a topic you like to discuss, read and talk about which in my case was Emotional Intelligence: Men vs Women. With this topic, I’ve already been reading a lot about it for quite some time and it happens to be that I have a scientific book sitting on my bedside table. Do not pick a topic that you think the audience might like or you think is very statistic heavy so you can cruise through your objectives easily. Your audience and evaluator will quickly pick up on that and this will


reduce your chances of passing. Pick a topic that is both interesting but also useful enough for the the audience to remember later. After selecting the topic, I spent a decent amount of time researching, gathering and reading materials relevant to my topic. At this stage, take as much time as you need to get comfortable with your topic and collecting information especially so you can formulate an outline of your speech. It is in this stage, where you can achieve the first part of the speech objective. You can use any sources you want including the internet, however, with the internet note down the exact article, excerpt or reference clearly because you will need it later. Next step is formulating an outline i.e. the skeleton of your speech so you can fill it in with all the research material you have gathered earlier. I suggest keeping the outline in the below format (keeping in mind the speech is 5-7 minutes long): 1) Introduction (1 minute) 2) Body • Main point 1 (1.5 minutes): Emotions in Boys & Girls • Main point 2 (1.5 minutes): Can we just talk? • Main point 3 (1.5 minutes): Healthy relationships 3) Conclusion (30 seconds) If you notice, the above outline totals to six minutes because I like to keep an extra minute just in case

my speaking speed is different on the day because of nervousness and also for transition sentences in between. An important tip with your outline is that you need to make sure it is easy to follow i.e. the thought process is so clear that the audience can make their own outline whilst you are speaking. i.e. the thought process is so clear that the audience can make their own outline whilst you are speaking. With the above outline ready, now its time to fill the speech with your data. I like to give my main points heading as a reminder for myself to make sure that the support material is referencing the correct point. A good way to ensure that is for you to break down your main points into sub points as specified below: 1) Introduction (1 minute) • Insert attention capturing sentence preferably hilarious • Emotions & Intelligence • What is emotional intelligence

preferably funnier than the first one. After you have broken down your topic, fill in each sub point with supporting data. It’s at this stage where you can achieve the second part of the speech objectives. Supportive data can take any format, however, please note “from the internet” is not considered a reference nor it is support!!! I advise to use the Harvard Referencing method to cite your references within the speech such as “In a study published by Brody & Hall published in 1993 - Girls are exposed to wider range of emotions than boys do.” It is very critical that you organize first and then cite your data clearly because this is what gives your speech credibility and this is what will ensure you passing your speech. As mentioned earlier, do not make your speech into a research paper! You just need simple reference for your points in order to support what you are speaking about.

2) Body Main point 1 (1.5 minutes) - Emotions in Boys & Girls • Sub point 1 - Storytelling to Girls vs Boys • Sub point 2 - Exposure to emotion in Girls vs Boys Main point 2 (1.5 minutes) - Can we just talk? • Sub point 1 - How do men express feelings? • Sub point 2 - How do women express feelings? Main point 3 (1.5 minutes) - Healthy relationships • Sub point 1 - “Bad Fights” examples •Sub point 2 - John Gottman’s guide to “Good Fights”

When you have finally filled in your speech with all the data, please practice and practice then practice. I am sure there are enough friends and family willing to sit through your speech or under a worst case scenario you can video yourself delivering the speech. This will help your review process to improve the speech before actually delivering it at the club. When you find the poor unfortunate soul willing to listen (after bribing with enough chocolates and ice cream), notice the expression of your volunteer audience because a very research heavy topic will show on their faces. I try to make my speeches fun as much as possible in order to keep the audience’s attention. Nevertheless, the topic itself was a great motivator for me and the audience!

3) Conclusion (30 seconds) • Summarize above main points • End with another attention capturing sentence,

With the above mini-guide in mind, I hope you all deliver wonderful, interesting and insightful Project 7s for all of us at the club to enjoy!

ABOUT TM HALA NASEEB Competent Communicator Insurance Professional


How To Pass Humorously By TM Khalid Ismael

Being able to speak humorously is one of the most sought out skills for any toastmaster. Look at the previous two world speaking champions, both have incorporated great humor to succeed. So the question we all ask is, how can we be humorous? Or worse, are we even funny?

The answer is simple. Yes, you can and you are. So what should you do when it comes to doing a humorous speech? Look within! Humor is at its best when it comes from your personal stories and viewpoint. It is more natural, convincing and smooth. Incorporating humor from other sources, namely from the internet, can sound forced or worse, heard before. First thing off the bat, would be picking your topic. Pick one preferably that you have experience in, and 8

that you can use with stories and jokes freely. Humor can be found in a multitude of topics such as a first day at work, your attempts to be healthy, or even raising a child. These are all relatable topics of which your attempts at humor will be instantaneously accepted. Do remember, great humor can also come from your own humility. Poke fun at yourself and be confident about it. A great humorous speaker can point out his own faults and laugh about it. The audience is easier to entertain when the subject is your own self than the audience. Poking fun at the audience is a dangerous risk – you may alienate or even offend them, so keep it in mind! When a topic is finally selected, draft out your ideas and message. Incorporate them in one overall story, or several stories. If you’re using several stories, try not to put too many of them otherwise it would be difficult for your audience to follow and remember.

Simplicity is key! Identify your key humor areas in your speech. These could be your punchlines, puns, jokes, etc. Try to refrain from putting too much humor with constant jokes and punchlines, as then it becomes less a humorous speech and more standup comedy. I say this because, a humorous speech is a speech that has a message with humor. If you just spout joke after joke with no clear message, it would be in the end, just meaningless banter. So what would be the messages for the examples that I stated earlier?

First Day at Work – Fortune favors the bold Being Healthy - To live a better life Raising a Child – Unconditional love By having messages, you are taking your humorous speech to the next level! Since you have the base down, it’s time to organize the speech. Lay it out in the familiar manner of opening, body and conclusion. Pace it effectively with your story/stories and keep your humor consistent. Don’t leave all the laughs for the start nor the end, spread them out evenly like butter on toast! Give

them out evenly like butter on toast! Give yourself breathing space for pauses, audience laughter and other unforeseen obstacles. Once you have a speech drafted, read it out aloud. See if the humor and message go and sound smoothly and edit accordingly. If all is well, then it’s all about practice! Humor is all about pauses and expression. As you practice, your movements should be relaxed and welcoming. Try to avoid too much smiling or laughing during your own speech, as you risk coaxing them to laugh in retaliation to your own rather than at your actual speech. You should also incorporate pauses much more effectively for the humor to sink in, for the audience to laugh, and to be ready to continue the story. Effective facial expressions help seal the deal. Be emotive and vocal, but don’t exaggerate. Keep practicing these areas, and keep refining to the best of your abilities. Stay cool and relaxed, and it’ll come easy and natural. Do your best, smile and enjoy. Even if it doesn’t work out, have a laugh and even then, you’re one step closer to being to humorous nirvana!

ABOUT TM KHALID ISMAEL Advanced Silver Communicator Advanced Bronze Leader IPP Area 46 Govener Current VP Membership 9

Can You Persuade? By TM Rafiq Ahmed

My wife was shopping one day and I noticed that before paying the bill, the cashier was asking if we wanted to add BD 5/- more to our shopping . “WHY.??” I questioned ( In my mind - I am already paying a big bill and he wants me to buy moreeeee..) . To this the cashier said, sir you would win a shopping voucher worth BD 3/- (With a big smile on his face). Before I knew it my wife was gone and back with an extra BD 5/- shopping. Now here comes the part where I pull my hair off ( What is left on my head), to use that shopping voucher we must buy something for BD 5/- and get a BD 3/- discount using the shopping voucher. What happened there was the power of persuasion. The cashier persuaded my wife to buy more and spend more by using the shopping voucher as a gimmick. He was not trying to sway people against their will but to offer them a chance to see things anew. In public speaking persuasion is a form of communication that must be learned. In fact, 10

it has to be learned, for if you can’t persuade or convince others, you cannot add value to your message. A persuasive speaker is being eloquent, powerful, convincing, compelling, and forceful all at the same time. From the experience that I have gained as a speaker in the past I can share with you 6 of the tools of persuasion I use in my speeches (Contest and non-contest speeches) : • Threats or consequences • Passion, pathos • Humor, wit • Imperfection • Surprise • Wonder Here is how each can be used to persuade:

Threats or Consequences

Inertia or complacency can be converted into action by force, threat, or intimidation. This is why an effective speech has a bully or two. You may find this shocking, but a common

technique for persuasion is to be threatening; But, you need to develop your own unique way of exercising your certain authority over your audience. Once you’ve mastered persuasion, you won’t have to bluff to be a supplicant to convince others you mean business.

Passion, Pathos

A story from the heart told well can change the response of everyone listening. It’s persuasive because it is genuine. Speaking with passion born of your own authentic experience and belief is always persuasive.

Humor and Wit

You don’t always have to heavy up on earnestness just to prove you care. You can use humor or a surprise to reveal a fresh perspective. Humor is the most disarming ingredient for leavening the seriousness. Humor is a carrier to deliver deeply rooted messages and the most powerful tool in the arsenal of persuasive speaking. USE IT!!!


Perfection, in the form of a flawless stream of words delivered with cool composure, is never as persuasive as realness. An impassioned but imperfect speech, which shows you care too much to hide flaws, is far more compelling. Surprises

much to hide flaws, is far more compelling. Surprises Every chance you get, introduce the unexpected, an element of surprise. A refreshing slap of surprise runs through many of the successful ways there are to persuade others toward change and to cause an audience to respond more openly. Think of all the possible responses you can receive from your endless interactions with people, which unfortunately include lack of attention, distraction, and cynicism. These can be interrupted by a jolt, a SURPRISE


You can break down a mountain of indifference by learning how to communicate in a breakthrough way. The ability to say what you mean in its leanest form dramatically improves your chances of luring distracted audiences from ambient noise and the hypnotic draw of distraction. But there are even bigger rewards if you can evoke WONDER The next opportunity you get to be persuasive in speaking on stage or off stage remember . Speaking passionately from the very center of who you are is compelling, forceful, and definitely PERSUASIVE.

ABOUT TM RAFIQ AHMED Competent Communicator District Runner up, International Speech Competition 2015


Breaking the Ice: Your Guide to Passing Your Icebreaker By TM Maram Al Aradi

What is an icebreaker? It is a thing or an action that allows people to get to know each other better. In toastmasters, the ice breaker speech is very important as it is the first time that you are going to speak in front of people you may or may not know. To some people, this is considered burdensome, nerve wrecking and stressful. However, I have several points to make your icebreaker speech seems like a walk in the park. The main objective of an icebreaker is to speak in front of an audience; the choice of using notes is entirely up to you. 12

Therefore, I suggest that you speak about something you feel comfortable sharing with other people; something you personally know. That’s why; the easiest icebreaker topic can be all about you. You can share with the audience some information about yourself and your family. You can talk about your hobbies or for example a particular hobby that you enjoy doing. You also add things you do not like or things that make you upset or angry. Perhaps mentioning something that you think is unique about yourself for example; a good

singer or a passionate coin collector or a book worm or maybe an adrenaline junky who likes living on the edge. Adding to that, you can share a story or an incident about your life that you will never forget. It could be funny, making the audience laugh or it could sad and heartbreaking, where the audience can connect with you and your experience to the point of bringing them to tears. Some people may not be comfortable sharing intimate details about their lives therefore, you also choose to talk about something interesting to you or something you feel passionate about. For instance, your job, an activity or a hobby like gaming, or being fond of something like Harry Potter where you can display the novels, wands, figures, costumes depending on availability; anything you like.

Remember, the audience cannot read your speech, you have to speak out the points you prepared to talk about. If you are going to talk about yourself, you should first start with your name, age, occupation and family members. Then, talk about the things you like and dislike where you can mention a certain experience as mentioned above. If you are going to talk about something of your interest, you should start by defining that activity, when did you start, how does it make you feel, has it affected you whether it was in a good way or a bad way and your future goals for example. Upon following these simple steps, you are to pass your icebreaker speech with flying colors.

It is very important to organize your speech as well; you should not talk about random things or repeat things. If you need help, your mentor will always be there for you, so do not feel shy or be afraid of asking questions. In order to break the ice, your speech should be structured in a way that is easy to the audience to understand.

ABOUT TM MARAM AL ARADI Competent Communicator Engineer Student University of Bahrain 13

A Look Into CC10 Night: Part One and Two The major highlight during the first three months of the term was our CC10 Nights, Part 1 and 2.

out. Even if they had to redo their speeches twice, thrice, or even quadruple times, they’ve finally made it.

It’s one of the nights that the members of YAT look forward to every term. They spent half of last term, and the other half of this term preparing for this very night. Completing project after project, and learning and discovering new skills that they never knew they had, opening up and conquering their fears of speaking in front of an audience.

Just as what Mohammed Tarradah mentioned in his 9th Project – Persuade with Power, “Failure only makes you stronger” or at least it was something along those lines. But he speaks the truth. Despite having to their individual evaluators telling them to redo their speeches over and over again, these speakers have the determination and passion for speaking, learning, and becoming a better individual, they’re never going to give up so they keep going until they reach their peak. It only makes them a stronger speaker and leader. How does one learn anything if they don’t make mistakes, anyway?

This is the night we see how much our members evolved from their first project – The IceBreaker, to their last project – Inspire Your Audience. We had five speakers who finally completed their Competent Communications Manual and can now officially be called a Competent Communicator. These five speakers came up and spoke their heart out to the audience. They inspired them, they motivated them, and mostly they touched their hearts. It was an amazing two nights. Our speakers were; Ruqaya Abbas, Habib Mubarak, Ahmed Al Basri,Lahiru Elvitigala, and Mohammed Tarradah. It’s amazing to see how much most of these speakers evolved from when they first started


Consequently, these speakers are proof that toastmasters can change a person if they have the right motivation, determination, and passion for evolving into a better communicator, leader, and individual in general. Congratulations to the Competent Communicators. YAT looks forward to watching you progress from a CC all the way to becoming a Distinguished Toastmaster!

EXCOMM REPORTS Hello everyone! I’m Toastmaster Fatima Ghuloom also known as Lima. I am this term’s sergeant At Arms and words can’t describe how excited and Honored I am to get such a position in Young Adults Toastmasters.


Sergeant At Arms

My part om every meeting is to make sure we have everything needed in our inventory. Our Timer’s device is working perfectly fine, ribbons will last until end of term and we also provide bottles of water in every meeting.

With the leadership of a youngest, charming and stunning President Nada, the new term 2015/2016 bloomed with a happy ending of previous term, showing a surplus amount of funds that would allow the club to lavish out some extra awards, gifts and special theme meetings during the term.


I do, however have to get more cups, plates and spoons for the meetings that we will have refreshments for. Other than that we are good to go.

Thank you all for your support. And please don’t hesitate to Also this term we have decided contact me if you need help with to do something a little different, anything. instead of using the usual

Dear YA Toastmasters:


ballots that we’d order from Toastmasters, we have made our own ballots and evaluation slips as most of them go to waste and finish so easily, and I am happy to report so far we are doing great with these. In our inventory we have 130 pieces of ballots and 90 evaluation slips.

The mesmerizing charm of our Vice President Membership Khalid and the captivating exuberance of our Vice President Education is helping to increase the club’s funds income through new members and if this trend continues,

Young Adult Toastmasters could survive a luxurious term and also could provide some extra surplus funds for next term. I would humbly request the support of all YAT members in paying the club dues on time so that TI semi-annual dues etc. could be paid on time and also the club could afford to restore some welcoming refreshments. I really foresee a comfortable financial status of YAT by end of this term, with the cautious spending by our sensational, gorgeous but penny-pinching Treasurer Sara Marie (Shasha).


Hello fellow YAT Members,

dedication and support from the entire team, we hope to To date, we have inducted 6 new maintain a 25 member count at members into the club during the end of the year. August to September, Making the club Eligible for the Smedly Membership Award. Our efforts have already contributed 1 DCP point to the term, and we are 2 new members away from receiving the other.


We stand at 27 members, but this is expected to drop to 23 as some members have left the country or pursued other interests. But with enough


Hello Members of Young Adults lift. The previous VP PRs had Toastmasters, done an amazing job to bring YAT to its current state, and I Let me first of start by saying that simply wish to Honor them as it has taken me three months to well as showcase our talents by finally accept the fact that, yes I taking it to the next level. am in the excomm. It has been a passing dream for a while and I truly hope you enjoy the new I hope as your VP PR I am not layout of the newsletter as well as disappointing you in any way the articles within it, and please possible. let me know if you have any cool funk ideas to implement in any As you may have noticed from areas of our branding as I am the start of the term, YAT always looking for out of the is having a more progress, box methods to brand. aggressive PR approach this term. One may think of it as Lastly I would like to take a a way to promote YAT, but moment to taken all members for me personally as I design and Excomm members for your posters based on your constantly supporting me membership experiences, I can’t thus far, YAT’s progress is all help but think that it is such a because of them! And I would cool story and I truly wish for like to give a special thank you the world to know your story to our Madam President Nada that is all. Qamber, who deals with me with a lot of patience and positivity. Apart from posters, interesting Eid Greetings, etc. You may have also noticed here and there YAT has been getting a PR face

VP Membership

VP Public Relationship


Hello YAT’s!


It is truly a privilege to be your Secretary this term. I’ve been learning from this role since I started my time as a Toastmaster 4 years ago and I’m so excited to finally become the officer role, I’ve always wanted to try. So far, the transition into the role has been smooth. There wasn’t much extra for me to learn, so my goal as a secretary this term is to make sure that all club

records are up to date and that there aren’t any responsibilities I and the secretaries before me have missed. I’m also aiming to make documentation for the club and the reading of the minutes a lot more simpler and easier to work on. I can’t wait to get started!


DCP Goals

Frozen Themed meeting to showcase 5 YAT Ice Breakers! Training program Planning to achieve 9 DCP Special planned for contests in points by December 2015 Achieved 5 out of 10 so far - 5 September 2015. pending Contests planned - Humorous & District 20 Education Awards Table topics on 2 December 2015 ; International & Evaluations on 20 January 2016. Club DCP Achiever Award 6/10 DCP by December 31. Member Pages (Pending)

Club Fast Track Communicator Each YATster has a member page specifically created for Award

4 CCs by Dec 31 (Lahiru, Ahmed, them to track their Toastmaster journey as well as allow them to plan ahead for their upcoming projects. Updated Member Pages Super Six CC 6 CCs (Lahiru, Ahmed, Tarradah, per YATster! Ruqayah, Lima, Habib) by April 15, 2016. (2 more CCs Pending) As VPE, my main focus now Perfect 10 Club Achiever is developing the Education of the members and to ensure Award 10 DCP by April 15, 2016 everything falls in place. (Pending)

TM NASREEN QAMBER Tarradah, Ruqayah) (Achieved)

VP Education


CC10 Night Part I & II was a success!


The first two months of the term has been such a challenge to work through and get used to. Although, thanks to how much the past presidents built up the club, they did make it somewhat easier to pass the presidency role to me. So far with the many ups and downs we’ve faced in the past, I feel as if this term will go on smoothly.



4/10 DCP points in just the first 3 months of the term. This shows how much passion and enthusiasm every excom member has for their roles, the productivity levels of the club has been over the charts. Every excom meeting has been an exciting and efficient one with how much each excom member holds their role to heart. And I’m very happy to see how As for my report, I am proud to everything is falling in the right say that my executive committee places. has been working like clockwork with ideas that keep flowing, Thus far, with the help and and action plans that need support of the excom and the executing. Points such as how current members of the club, many members we gained since and with their combined energy the term began, how much PR and fervor, the club will continue the club has been getting and to soar high and prosper. I am doing, and how organized our and will continue to be grateful meetings have been. Especially for all that has come and all that with our first major meetings of will come. Thank you. :) the term, our CC10 Nights that successfully swooshed passed us in a rush, and achieving

THE TEAM Vice President Public Relations Team * TM Tima Al Attar (Photography, Webmaster, Newsletter Organizer, Formatter, etc) * TM Nada Qamber (Social Media, Videography & Youtube Admin)

Contributors * YAT Members

Formatter & Compiler * TM Tima Al Attar

Photographers * TM Nada Qamber * TM Najla Qamber * TM Tima Al Attar

The Vox #16  

Young Adults Toastmasters Club Newsletter: The Vox, Issue - 16, Term 2015 - 2016

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