Does your club have what it takes to dominate the District 35 TFL?
Earn amazing rewards every 10 yards or throw a hail mary and aim for the championship.
Member earns a CC—2 Yards∗
Member earns an Advanced Communicator—2 Yards∗
Member earns a Leadership Award—2 Yards∗
New Member Joins Club—1 Yard∗
An Officer is Trained (once per person per season) – 1 Yard
Member is mentored through CC speeches #1-3—1 Yard ♦⊗
Member is mentored through CC speeches #4-6—1 Yard ♦⊗
Member attends conference or convention—1 Yard
Open house is run by club (max 3)—2 Yards ♦⊗
5 DCP goals obtained by December 31—6 Yards
5 DCP goals obtained by March 31—2 Yards
5 members raid another club—1 Yard ♦⊗
Run Speechcraft—4 Yards ♦⊗
Member earns Pathways Level 1—1 Yard
Member earns Pathways Level 2—1 Yard
Member earns Pathways Level 3—1 Yard
Member earns Pathways Level 4—2 Yards
Member earns Pathways Level 5—2 Yards
Member is mentored through Pathways Level 1—1 Yard ♦
Member is mentored through Pathways Level 2—1 Yard ♦
∗ For these goals clubs with 12 or fewer members earn an additional yard.
♦ For these goals, e-mail must be sent to TFL@District35.org to obtain credit.
⊗ Yards can only be gained starting October 1st, 2017.
10 Yards—Ice Breaker Ball
20 Yards—$15 Subway Gift Card
30 Yards—$25 Subway Gift Card
40 Yards—Convention Breakfast with the Trio
50 Yards—”50 Yard Line” Banner Ribbon
60 Yards—Free Convention Registration
70 Yards—Set of Officer Pins
80 Yards—Snacks brought to a meeting by a District Officer
90 Yards—Set of advanced manuals or a lectern
100 Yards—Induction into the Order of the Moose
Club with the most yards by June 30, 2018—$250 Visa Gift Card
Club with second-most yards by June 30, 2018—$100 Visa Gift Card
Do things that happened earlier count? Some! Check the Yards list for ? to see which items only count starting October 1st.
When will status be updated? Each week on Sunday the current yardage will be updated on the District 35 website.
Are there any more ways to earn Yards? Maybe, it’s a long year. Keep an eye out!
How do I submit my yards? E-mail TFL@DISTRICT35.ORG with details on your achievements plus pictures for events. Remember to send your club name.
What happens if my club earns a Convention Breakfast with the Trio after the Spring Convention? Your club will receive a $10 Toastmasters Gift Certificate.
What happens if my club earns Free Convention Registration after registering for the Spring Convention? Your club will be refunded the cost of club registration up until the convention. If your club earns this level after the Spring Convention, your club will receive a $25 Toastmasters Gift Certificate.
How do I submit evidence of an Open House? To obtain credit for an open house send the club name, date of the open house, evidence of how it was promoted and a picture of the event to TFL@District35.org.
How do I submit evidence of a raid? To obtain credit for a club raid send the club name, raid date, members on the raid and a picture in front of the raided club’s banner to TFL@District35.org.
How do I get credit for mentorship? To qualify for the mentor yards, the mentor must be officially assigned by a club officer and meet with the mentee at least 3 times. To obtain credit for mentoring send the club name, the mentor name, the mentee name, which speeches they were mentored for (1-3 or 4-6), and which dates they met on to TFL@District35.org. Only one mentor may be assigned to each person for their speeches.
How do I submit evidence of running Speechcraft? To obtain credit for running speechcraft send the club name, speechcraft dates, evidence of how it was promoted and a picture of one of the meetings to TFL@District35.org.
When do rewards get distributed? We will work with your area director to distribute rewards throughout the year.
What is the Order of the Moose? Something fun because the 2017 International Convention was in Vancouver and there are moose up there. Nothing on Google about other order of the mooses pertains to this.
If I am a member of more than one club, which club gets credit for me attending a conference or convention? All of the clubs you belong to at the time of the conference or convention will receive credit for you attending.
Last Updated: April 14, 2018 – Julie Ritzman
|Club Name||Total Points|
|Cream City Communicators Toastmasters Club||82|
|Reedsburg Area Club||58|
|Sentry Toastmasters Club||55|
|Love of Laughter||51|
|Allis Chalmers Toastmasters||49|
|ROK the Talk||48|
|Waukesha Toastmasters Club||48|
|Rasmussen College Toastmasters||46|
|Uptowner Toastmasters Club||44|
|Generally Speaking Toastmasters||43|
|Rumble Don’t Mumble Toastmasters||43|
|Resource Advanced Toastmasters Club||41|
|Fox Speak Toastmasters Club||37|
|Talkers & Shakers||36|
|Plymouth Toastmasters Club||36|
|Stevens Point Toastmasters Club||36|
|Rockwell Automation A-B Club||35|
|Rolling Hills Toastmasters Club||35|
|North Shore Badgers||34|
|The Breakfast Club||31|
|Toast of Milwaukee||31|
|CNH Industrial Toast Team||31|
|Eastside Madison Toastmasters Club||30|
|Capital City Club||29|
|Green Bay Yackers||29|
|Spectacle City Club||28|
|High Pointe Club||26|
|Mid-Day Women’s Alliance Toastmasters||26|
|Speak TV Media Masters Toastmasters Club||26|
|GE Speaks Toastmasters Club||25|
|La Crosse Area Toastmasters Club||25|
|Chippewa Valley Club||25|
|Toastmasters In Control||24|
|New Appleton Toastmasters Club||24|
|Walworth County Toastmasters Club||23|
|Superiorland Toastmasters Club||23|
|Menomonee Falls Toastmasters||22|
|Direct Supply Champion Chatters Club||21|
|Landmark Toastmasters Club||21|
|Expressions Club 9769||21|
|Oak Creek Toastmasters||21|
|Wausau Morning Toastmasters Club||20|
|Hill Farms Club||19|
|Heart Of Eau Claire||19|
|Advanced Leadership Toastmasters||18|
|Viroqua Area Toastmasters||18|
|Gift of Gab Club||17|
|Copper Country Toastmasters||17|
|Speak Up Milwaukee||16|
|Toast On Tap||16|
|Marq Our Words||16|
|Fond Du Lac Toastmasters Club 498||16|
|Credit Union Center TM Club||15|
|MBA Toastmasters Club – UW Madison||15|
|Southshore Toastmasters Club||15|
|Univ./Wi-Stevens Point Club||15|
|Wisconsin Rapids Area Toastmasters Club||15|
|Southwest Area Toastmasters||14|
|Milwaukee Metro Spkrs Club||14|
|New Richmond Toastmasters||14|
|Screamin’ Eagle Speakers||13|
|The Waukie Talkies||13|
|Finest In Speech||12|
|Words On Water Sauk Prairie Area Toastmasters||12|
|Talk of the Town||12|
|Bay De Noc Toastmasters||12|
|Prairie Swale Club||11|
|Manitalkers Toastmasters Club||11|
|Eau Claire Toastmasters Club||11|
|Marshfield Area Toastmasters||10|
|Ayres Associates Toastmasters Club||10|
|Oconomowoc Toastmasters Club||9|
|Sheboygan Club 2121||9|
|Toastmasters of the Northwoods||9|
|Onalaska Toastmasters Club||9|
|Eclectic Image Club||9|
|TT & SS on TAP||7|
|Toasters For Independence||7|
|Toast to United Heartland||6|
|Madison Club #1||6|
|Red Cedar Toastmasters||6|
|Risers From The West Club||5|
|Wingra Turning Point Toastmasters||5|
|Church Mutual Club||5|
|The Bulk Electric Speakers (BES)||4|
|Schneider Toastmasters Club||4|
|3M Menomonie Toastmasters||4|
|Delivering Toastmasters Excellence||0|
|Third Coast Toast||0|