District 35 Toastmasters

Open House

Open House Experience Incentive

§ Earn $50 in District Dollars by running an open house Documentation to the Trio by April 30, 2022

§ Clubs may earn this incentive TWICE over the Toastmaster Year, for each open house that is run (for a total of $100).

§ This incentive is available to the first 16 clubs that qualify

§ Email the Club Growth Director Documentation Of Event Which Should Include:

· A Copy of your Agenda

· A Screenshot of your meeting attendees (if a virtual or hybrid meeting)

· A copy of advertisement of your open house on social media/email to former members/all guests you’ve had in the past

§ Not sure what qualifies as an open house? Here’s a short definition and purpose of a Toastmasters Club Open House:

· Definition:

o An event that is planned, organized, promoted and hosted by a Toastmasters Club at their regular club meeting day, time

and location.

o Events that are not hosted by a Toastmasters Club, such as community events or events sponsored by other

organizations, such as college career fairs, Farmers Markets, etc. do not qualify as a Toastmasters Club Open House

o Pacemaker Challenge: Any unpaid club or club with a base of less than eight paid members as of 10/1/2021, that pays prior dues, and renews a

minimum of eight members through September 2022, by May 31, 2021Fab will receive $100 in District Dollars – Available to the First 8 Clubs

o Fab 4: Add Four (4) new members in a Toastmaster Year to win a Banner Ribbon

o Net 5: Add Five (5) new members in a Toastmaster Year to win a Banner Ribbon

o Elite 8: Add eight (8) new members in a Toastmaster Year to win a Banner Ribbon

o Smedley Award (August 1 – September 30):

o Talk Up Toastmasters (January 1 – March 31):

o Beat the Clock (May 1 – June 30):