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The '''Master of Ceremonies''' title is often used to refer to the person who conducts the non-contest portions of a [[contest]] at the [[Area]], [[Division]] or [[District]] levels.  The Master of Ceremonies warms up the audience, handles housekeeping matters and introduces the [[contest]] [[Toastmaster]]s.
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The '''Master of Ceremonies''' title is often used to refer to the person who conducts the non-contest portions of a [[contest]] at the [[Area]], [[Division]] or [[District]] levels.  The Master of Ceremonies warms up the audience, handles housekeeping matters and introduces the [[Contest Toastmaster]]s.

Latest revision as of 16:09, 19 May 2019

The Master of Ceremonies title is often used to refer to the person who conducts the non-contest portions of a contest at the Area, Division or District levels. The Master of Ceremonies warms up the audience, handles housekeeping matters and introduces the Contest Toastmasters.