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The Club Meeting is the main organizational concept in Toastmasters.  [[Member]]s belong to [[Club]]s, and [[Club]]s have Club Meetings to accomplish the purposes of the [[Club]]s.  A [[club]] may have two reasons to meet:  1) it may have an educational meeting where [[member]]s give [[speech]]es, [[evaluation]]s, and other typical Toastmaster activities such as fulfilling [[Club Meeting Roles]] as a [[leadership]] development activity; 2) it may have a [[Club]] [[Business Meeting]] where formal business of the [[club]] occurs, including election of [[Club Officer]]s, [[Club Votes]] and other formal discussion.
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The Club Meeting is the main organizational concept in Toastmasters.  [[Member]]s belong to [[Club]]s, and [[Club]]s have Club Meetings to accomplish the purposes of the [[Club]]s.  A [[club]] may have two reasons to meet:  1) it may have an educational meeting where [[member]]s give [[speech]]es, [[evaluation]]s, and other typical Toastmaster activities such as fulfilling [[Club]] [[Meeting Roles]] as a [[leadership]] development activity; 2) it may have a [[Club]] [[Business Meeting]] where formal business of the [[club]] occurs, including election of [[Club Officer]]s, [[Club Votes]] and other formal discussion.

Revision as of 18:56, 19 June 2016

The Club Meeting is the main organizational concept in Toastmasters. Members belong to Clubs, and Clubs have Club Meetings to accomplish the purposes of the Clubs. A club may have two reasons to meet: 1) it may have an educational meeting where members give speeches, evaluations, and other typical Toastmaster activities such as fulfilling Club Meeting Roles as a leadership development activity; 2) it may have a Club Business Meeting where formal business of the club occurs, including election of Club Officers, Club Votes and other formal discussion.