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PRESIDENT’S CLUB

 

Join the President’s Club!

Clubs that achieve at least 9 DCP goals by April 15th earn $101 in District Credit!

Click here to see your club’s current DCP report.

Questions? Contact our Program Quality Director, Kalpana Aroda, at quality@d101tm.org


 

 

 

101% TM

 

This is the year to stretch yourself 101%! Charter a new club in D101 by March 31st and become a 101% Toastmaster.

Questions? Contact our Club Extension Chair, Solarzar Dellaporta, at newclub@d101tm.org.

 


 

LUCKY 7

December 2021-February 2022 Training Period

Join the Lucky 7 and earn $50 in District Credit by having all seven Club Officers attend Club Officer Training in the December-February period.

Become Magnificent 7 and earn $101 in District Credit if all 7 officers are trained during the December 2021-February 2022 COT period and had at least 4 officers trained in the June-August 2021.

 
July 2021 – August 2021 Training Period

Join the Lucky 7 and earn $50 in District Credit by having all seven Club Officers attend Club Officer Training in the July-August period.

Congratulations to these Lucky 7 clubs who earn $50 in District Credit: Monterey Peninsula Toastmasters Club 934, Naval Postgraduate School Club, Peninsula Pros Club, Carmel Improv Toastmasters, Salinas Sunrise Toastmasters Club, 831 Storytellers, Optical Orators, Gilroy Toastmasters, Adlibmasters Club, Saratoga Toastmasters Club, Almaden Valley Orators Club, Big Basin Toastmasters, True Talking Toastmasters (TTT), Silicon Valley Storytellers, Silicon Valley Improvmasters, Downtown Speechmakers, Public Speak Easy’s Club, Friendly Toasters, Lumentum Toastmasters Club, BD Flowmasters, Jade Toastmasters, WIP Toastmasters Club, Vanguard Toastmasters, Hot Buttered Toastmasters Club, Classy Toasters, Broadcom-Orators Toastmasters Club, ArtICCulators Club, KLA TALK, Readership 101, First Street Speakers, Maxim Toastmasters, Wry Toastmasters, Study Group Toastmasters, ADI Silicon Valley Toastmasters, ASML SV Toastmasters, Cisco Speaks Toastmasters Club, nSpeak, MCA Toastmasters Club, AMD Speak, PMI Silicon Valley Toastmasters Club, McAfee Rise and Shine Toastmasters Club, NVIDIA International Toastmasters, Coherent Communicators Toastmasters Club, Leadership 101, An Advanced Toastmasters Club, ToastMeisters Club, VentriTalks, Great America Speakers, Excalibur Toastmasters Club, Cupertino Morningmasters, Cupertino Toastmasters, Maps Toastmasters, Orbiters Toastmasters Club, Mandarin-English Toastmasters, Mountain View, A2C Toastmasters Club, Sierra 49ers, Mountain View Toastmasters, Toastmasters Evelyn, Intercontinental Advanced Toastmasters Club, Toasters R Us Club, I’m Feeling Chatty Toastmasters Club, Women L.E.A.D. Toastmasters Club

 

Questions?

Contact our Program Quality Director, Kalpana Aroda, at quality@d101tm.org


 

NEW YEAR’S CHALLENGE

Re-energize your club with an Open House in the New Year!

To earn District Credit for holding an Open House, clubs must:

To earn additional District Credit, submit additional information about your event using this Open House Final Submission Form no later than a week after the club Open House event. For example, the deadline to submit photos is April 7th for an Open House held on March 31st. Additional information includes:

  • A photo or two from the meeting
  • The meeting agenda from your Open House meeting

Visit the Open House Resources page for tips and resources for planning a successful Open House. Visit the PR Corner page for tips, examples and resources to promote your club.

Earn District Credit for planning and conducting an Open House.

  • Earn $20 in District Credit for planning and conducting an Open House between January 1st and March 31st.
  • Add 3+ members from January 1 to March 31 to earn $30 in District Credit.
  • Add 5+ members from January 1 to March 31 to earn an additional $30 in District Credit.

District credits for planning and conducting an Open House and adding new members to your club!

Note:

  • All Dual/New/Reinstated members added between January 1st and March 31st qualify.
  • Clubs are encouraged to hold an Open House in order to receive District Credits.
  • If a club has an anniversary in January, February or March, the club can opt to either receive District Credit via the New Year’s  ChallengeOR District Credit via the Amazing Anniversary Extravaganza Program for conducting an open house in those months, but not both. The club may participate in both open house programs by planning and conducting two separate open houses that meet requirements for both programs. Clubs can claim only 1 of the membership awards for new/dual/reinstated members added before March 31st.
  • Submitting the PR flyer also serves as a request to post the event on the District Meetup site; however, the flyer must be submitted at least 5 days before the open house to be posted on Meetup.

 

Questions? Contact our Open House Chair, Pooja Joshi at openhouse@d101tm.org

 


 

 

GIFT A TOASTMASTERS MEMBERSHIP

 

Introduce and sponsor new members to toastmasters. Submit the new members you sponsored and you will be gifted Toastmasters gift certificates. 

Questions? Contact our Club Growth Director, Abhijeet Joshi, at growth@d101tm.org

 


 

CLUB ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE

 

Celebrate your club’s anniversary with an Open House. Add members and earn district credits up to $80.

For more information visit: https://d101tm.org/amazing-anniversary-extravaganza/

Visit the Open House Resources page for tips and resources for planning a successful Open House. Visit the PR Resources page for tips, examples, and resources to promote your club.

Congratulations to these clubs for earning $60 in District Credits for 5 or more members: Naval Postgraduate School Club, SynapTalks, WIP Toastmasters Club, Cisco Speaks Toastmasters Club, nSpeak, Da Vinci Toastmasters, Bay Blitzers, Women L.E.A.D. Toastmasters Club and I’m Feeling Chatty Toastmasters Club

Congratulations to these clubs for earning $30 in District Credit adding 3-4 members: Nvidia International, Aruba Toastmasters, VentriTalks, Cupertino Morningmasters, Toastmasters @ Sun Basket, Silicon Valley JETS (Japanese English Toastmasters), BD Flowmasters, Jade Toastmasters, ArtICCulators Club, Silicon Valley Advanced Mandarin English Toastmasters, ADI Silicon Valley Toastmasters, Interconnected Toastmasters, Mandarin-English Toastmasters, Mountain View, A2C Toastmasters Club, Toastmasters Evelyn, Intercontinental Advanced Toastmasters Club, and Public Speakeasy.

Congratulations to these clubs for conducting an Amazing Anniversary Extravaganza and earning $20 in District Credit:  Saratoga Toastmasters, ITU Toastmasters, Sierra 49ers, Carmel Improv Toastmasters, Silicon Valley Storytellers, Startup Speakers, Juniper Jabbers, Switch-on Toastmasters, Sunnyvale Speakeasies Club, Salinas Sunrise Toastmasters Club, 831 Storytellers, ASML SV Toastmasters, Toastmasters Insiders, Wry Toastmasters,  Adlibmaster, Speakeasy Monterey. Naval Postgraduate School Club, SynapTalks, WIP Toastmasters Club, Cisco Speaks Toastmasters Club, nSpeak, Da Vinci Toastmasters, Bay Blitzers, Women L.E.A.D. Toastmasters Club, I’m Feeling Chatty Toastmasters Club, Nvidia International,  Aruba Toastmasters, VentriTalks, Cupertino Morningmasters, Toastmasters @ Sun Basket, Silicon Valley JETS (Japanese English Toastmasters), BD Flowmasters, Jade Toastmasters, ArtICCulators Club, Silicon Valley Advanced Mandarin English Toastmasters, ADI Silicon Valley Toastmasters, Interconnected Toastmasters, Mandarin-English Toastmasters, Mountain View, A2C Toastmasters Club, Toastmasters Evelyn, Intercontinental Advanced Toastmasters Club, and Public Speakeasy, ToastitNow!, Excalibur Toastmasters, Morgan Hill, Monterey Peninsula Club 934, Toastmeisters, Wry Toastmasters, Adlibmasters, and Optical Orators.

Questions? Contact our Open House Chair, Pooja Joshi, at openhouse@d101tm.org

 


 

Early Achiever

 

EARLY ACHIEVERS

 

Clubs receive $101 in District Credit if they achieve 5+ DCP goals by October 31st!

Congratulations to our first Early Achiever Clubs: Adlibmasters Club, Aptos Club, ArtICCulators Club, Cisco Speaks Toastmasters Club, Cupertino Toastmasters, Excalibur Toastmasters Club, Intercontinental Advanced Toastmasters Club, Los Gatos Toastmasters, McAfee Rise and Shine Toastmasters Club, nSpeak, NVIDIA International Toastmasters, Saratoga Toastmasters Club, Silicon Valley Storytellers, Silver Tongued Cats, Toastmasters Evelyn, Toastmasters Insiders Club, and Women L.E.A.D. Toastmasters Club.

Questions? Contact our Program Quality Director, Kalpana Aroda, at quality@d101tm.org

 


 

 

STELLAR SEPTEMBER

Click HERE to find your Club’s base membership.

Congratulations to A2C Toastmasters Club, Bay Blitzers, Carmel Improv Toastmasters, Savvy Investing Toastmasters, Silicon Andhra, Vanguard Toastmasters, VentriTalks, and Xilinx Xpressionists Toastmasters Club for renewing 100% of their base membership and earning $100 in District Credit!

Congratulations to Adlibmasters Club, Almaden Valley Orators Club, AMD Speak, Aptos Club, ArtICCulators Club, Aruba Toastmasters, Broadcom-Orators Toastmasters Club, Cisco Speaks Toastmasters Club, Classy Toasters, Cupertino Toastmasters, Excalibur Toastmasters Club, Fair Oaks Club, Great America Speakers, Hot Buttered Toastmasters Club, Intel Innovators, Intercontinental Advanced Toastmasters Club, Intuitively Speaking Toastmasters Club, Leadership 101, An Advanced Toastmasters Club, MCA Toastmasters Club, McAfee Rise and Shine Toastmasters Club, Naval Postgraduate School Club, nSpeak, Optical Orators, Oratory Otters, Orbiters Toastmasters Club, Peninsula Pros Club, Sage Intacct Toastmasters, Santa Cruz Downtown Toastmasters, Sierra 49ers, Silicon Valley Improvmasters, Silicon Valley JETS (Japanese English Toastmasters), Silicon Valley Toastmasters, Silver Tongued Cats, Speakeasy Monterey, Study Group Toastmasters, Sunnyvale Speakeasies Club, Surf City Advanced Toastmasters, Switch-On Toastmasters Club, TGIF Management Club, Toastmasters Evelyn, Toastmasters Insiders Club, Toastrix, Vakpatugalu, VSF Toastmasters, Willow Glen Toastmasters, and Wry Toastmasters for renewing at least 75% of their base membership and earning $75 in District Credit!

Questions? Contact our Club Renewals Chair, Nish Neelalojanan, at renewals@d101tm.org.

 


 

FAST LANE NEWS

 

Your club is unique and exciting — now let the world know. It’s time to get into D101’s FAST LANE. How does it work?
 
1. Complete your training! All club officers must complete their officer training by July 31st.
2. Enroll your members! Make sure that all your club’s members are enrolled in Pathways by September 30, 2021.
3. Highlight your club! After completing the above, send a message (150 words or less) about three of your club’s achievements to our Program Quality Director, Kalpana Aroda, quality@d101tm.org.
 
Watch your club’s PR accelerate as we feature it on our website and social media channels in our FAST LANE news.

 


 

OPEN HOUSE CHALLENGE

To earn the District Credit for holding an Open House, clubs must:

To earn additional district credits, submit additional information about your event using this Open House Final Submission Form no later than a week after the club Open House event. For example, the deadline to submit photos is October 7th for an Open House held on September 30th. Additional information include:

  • A photo or two from the meeting (with at least one showing something special your club did especially for your anniversary celebration).
  • The meeting agenda from your Open House event.

Visit the Open House Resources page for tips and resources for planning a successful Open House. Visit the PR Corner page for tips, examples and resources to promote your club.

Earn district credits for planning and conducting an Open House.

  • Earn $20 in district credits for planning and conducting an Open House from August 1 to September 30
  • Add 3+ members from July 1 to September 30 to earn $30 in district credits.
  • Add 5+ members from July 1 to September 30 to earn additional $30 in district credits

District credits for planning and conducting an Open House and adding new members to your club!

Note:

  • All Dual/New/Reinstated members added between July 1 and September 30 qualify.
  • Clubs are encouraged to hold an Open House in order to receive District Credits.
  • If a club has an anniversary in August or September, the club can opt to either receive District Credit via the Open House ChallengeOR District Credit via the Amazing Anniversary Extravaganza Program for conducting an open house in those months, but not both. The club may participate in both open house programs by planning and conducting two separate open houses that meet requirements for both programs. Clubs can claim only 1 of the membership awards for new/dual/reinstated members added before September 30th.
  • Submitting the PR flyer also serves as a request to post the event on the District Meetup site; however, the flyer must be submitted at least 5 days before the open house to be posted on Meetup.

Congratulations to these clubs for earning $60 in District Credit by adding 5 or more members: Naval Postgraduate School Club, SynapTalks, WIP Toastmasters Club, Cisco Speaks Toastmasters Club, nSpeak, Da Vinci Toastmasters, Bay Blitzers, I’m Feeling Chatty Toastmasters Club

Congratulations to these clubs for earning $50 in District Credit by holding an Open House and adding 3-4 members: nSpeak, Nvidia International

Congratulations to these clubs for earning $30 in District Credit by adding 3-4 members: Naval PostGraduate, WIP Toastmasters, Aruba Toastmasters, Bay Blitzers, Nvidia International, VentriTalks, Cupertino Morningmasters, I’m Feeling Chatty, Intercontinental, Da Vinci Toastmasters, Toastmasters @ Sun Basket, Silicon Valley JETS (Japanese English Toastmasters), BD Flowmasters, Jade Toastmasters, ArtICCulators Club, Silicon Valley Advanced Mandarin English Toastmasters, ADI Silicon Valley Toastmasters, Aruba Toastmasters, NVIDIA International Toastmasters, Interconnected Toastmasters, VentriTalks, Cupertino Morningmasters, Mandarin-English Toastmasters,Mountain View, A2C Toastmasters Club, Toastmasters Evelyn, Intercontinental Advanced Toastmasters Club, Women L.E.A.D. Toastmasters Club, and Public Speakeasy.

Congratulations to these clubs for earning $20 in District Credit: NVIDIA International Toastmasters Club, nSpeak. Saratoga Toastmasters, ITU Toastmasters, Saratoga Toastmaster Club, Sierra 49ers, Carmel Improv Toastmasters, Silicon Valley Storytellers, Toastmasters Evelyn, Naval Postgraduate School Toastmasters, Startup Speakers, ArtICCulators, Juniper Jabbers, WIP Toastmasters Club, Switch-on Toastmasters, Sunnyvale Speakeasies Club, Salinas Sunrise Toastmasters Club, Women LEAD Toastmasters, 831 Stoytellers, Cupertino Morning Masters, ASML SV Toastmasters, Public Speak Easy, Toastmasters Insiders, District 101, Area D2, Adlibmaster, Speakeasy Monterey, and Public Speakeasy.