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Meeting Roles can be divided into two groups:  1) Typical meeting roles, and 2) Non-standard meeting roles.  Typical meeting roles are listed here [http://www.toastmasters.org/Membership/Club-Meeting-Roles] and include such things as [[Timer]], [[General Evaluator]], [[Grammarian]] and [[Toastmaster of the Day.  Non-standard roles may include [[Humormaster]], leader of the [[Pledge]] of Allegiance, [[Inspiration]] moment speaker, presenters of awards, etc.   
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Meeting Roles at [[club]] [[meeting]]s can be divided into two groups:  1) Typical meeting roles, and 2) Non-standard meeting roles.  Typical meeting roles are listed here [http://www.toastmasters.org/Membership/Club-Meeting-Roles] and include such things as [[Timer]], [[General Evaluator]], [[Grammarian]] and [[Toastmaster of the Day]].  Non-standard roles may include [[Humormaster]], leader of the [[Pledge]] of Allegiance, [[Inspiration]] moment speaker, presenters of awards, etc.   
  
 
[[Member]]s typically fulfill a different role each [[meeting]], so that every [[member]] over the course of time fulfills every role multiple times.
 
[[Member]]s typically fulfill a different role each [[meeting]], so that every [[member]] over the course of time fulfills every role multiple times.

Revision as of 12:06, 17 June 2016

Meeting Roles at club meetings can be divided into two groups: 1) Typical meeting roles, and 2) Non-standard meeting roles. Typical meeting roles are listed here [1] and include such things as Timer, General Evaluator, Grammarian and Toastmaster of the Day. Non-standard roles may include Humormaster, leader of the Pledge of Allegiance, Inspiration moment speaker, presenters of awards, etc.

Members typically fulfill a different role each meeting, so that every member over the course of time fulfills every role multiple times.