TM District 72Hi Division E Toastmasters Club,Apply NOW for the Jack Duffy Rosebowl Memorial Award for Community Services

Background: The Jack Duffy Rosebowl Memorial Award is presented each year at the District 72 November Convention to the Toastmasters club which has made the most outstanding contribution to the community, and/or community activity/ies raising the profile of Toastmasters.

Types of activities that may be considered include, but are not limited to:
* Club presents a Youth Leadership programme
* Club presents a Speechcraft course
* A Club member talks about Toastmasters either on TV or Radio (excluding phoning talkback)
* Members judge a school speech contest or school debate
* A member presents a speech to a non-Toastmasters audience and Toastmasters is highlighted either by the speaker or when they are being introduced
* An outside event eg: running a local communications award, participating in or chairing a public friendly debate, say with a Lions club, or a speaking engagement/activity as part of a local festival.

While the number of times a particular activity occurs is a consideration, so is a range of different community based activites.

Applications should outline the activity undertaken, the time period with dates, and the number of club members involved.

Applications must be emailed to reach me at by 31 October 2013.

Further information is available on the Toastmasters New Zealand website under Awards > Jack Duffy Rosebowl. Direct link:

Best wishes

Kingsley Moody DTM
Lt Governor Education & Training 2013-14
Toastmasters District 72 New Zealand