District 86 Mascot Contest

Did you know there is one thing Toastmasters doesn’t have?  A “Mascot”!  The Trio wants to start a new tradition for our District, and that is to establish a District 86 Mascot.  We want to set precedent by doing things never been done before in our District -- but we need your help.  Are you game?

We have no idea what our Mascot should be, but we are calling on every creative and whimsical thinker out there to put their best foot forward to create the most amazing Mascot ever for our District! To spark more interest and to generate some buzz, we will be posting this on Facebook™ and on our District 86 website.


Participants, are you ready?  Let the contest begin!  We want as many clubs to participate as possible.  Therefore, to make this more fun, clubs are invited to submit their ideas for a District 86 Mascot to districtdirector@toastmasters86.org.  

Contest Guidelines:

  1. Explain what the Mascot will be;
  2. Provide a picture; 
  3. Write a short story of why you think yours is the best Mascot for our District; and 
  4. All entries must be received by September 30, 2016

The Trio will review all entries and make a short list of Mascot contenders.  They will inform winning clubs by October 15, 2016.  After this date, the Trio will ask the winning clubs to present their Mascot at the Fall Conference during the period of November 25 - 27, 2016.  At that time, Fall Conference Delegates will vote on the best Mascot for our District.  We will acknowledge the winning club in addition to honorable mention going to all runner ups with some prizes. 

The winning Mascot will receive its own Facebook™ page, and it will travel from club to club.  We encourage clubs to take as many photographs with it as possible and to share your stories from all club visits. 

To use the Mascot, a Club Representative will need to visit the club that holds it and ask to take it home.  In case representatives from multiple clubs visit a club on the same day, holding club members of the Mascot will decide what club gets the Mascot next on a first come, first serve basis.

Are you pumped?  Does this sound like a fun way for clubs to interact with each other; to step outside their club and to make a positive impact on our District?   We believe the answer to these questions is a resounding YES!

With your active participation, we know our District will stand out above the crowd.  Thanks and good luck.


Reach For the Stars

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Announcing Reach for the Stars 2016-2017

Complete activities & get your stars initialled. Complete 5 or more different activities and submit by April 29, 2017. Be recognized for your achievements and win prizes.

Recognizing and encouraging members to participate in activities outside of their clubs and help across the district. Learn more and increase the quality of the Toastmasters program across District 86.

How It Works

Starts September 24, 2016 – ends April 29, 2017

Cards will be distributed by the area directors at their area speech contests, or can be downloaded (see below).

Complete different activities and get your stars initialled by the club president or the organizing district officer. Collect a minimum of 5 different stars and submit your card to the Program Quality Director – Cathy Herschell in person at the Spring Conference, April 27-29 2017. Or scan and email a PDF file with details to: programqualitydirector@toastmasters86.org

Choose from 18 activities between club, area, division, or district level. Some are more challenging than others.


  • Everyone that submits a completed card will be recognized on the Wall of Stars on the district 86 blog.
  • Members collecting 5 different or more stars will be recognized at TLI and or division training events in June 2017 and presented with a token of appreciation Toastmasters pin to be presented by the district.
  • Members collecting 10 or more different stars will also receive $50.00 in Toastmasters International gift certificates.


Simple and easy to follow:

  • One-time credit per star
  • Visiting club’s officer, area or division directors to initial card
  • Name must be on website for club coach, sponsor or mentor by April 1st
  • Name on conference registration list before cut-off option 1,2 or full only
  • Name on TLI or Division round 2 training registration list
  • Conference committee chair to sign card for committee members
  • Link to media story to be supplied with application
  • Successful club lead to be initially by CGD

Good Luck!

 Reach for the stars postcard Reach for the stars list

 Download the PDF here>>>


Contact : Cathy Herschell , Program Quality Director - District 86

2015-16 ‘Go Outside Your Club’ Contest Winners

1st place – Karim Premji, DTM ($50 Gift Certificates TI store)
Fluid Communicators & Leaders

39 points

2nd place – Margaret Waechter (Clearview Tumbler)
Talk of the Town

19 points

3rd place – Anne Dockeray (Leather Business Card Holder)
Maple Leaf Toastmasters

14 points

Thank you for participating and sharing your experience on the District 86 Website blog!

Club Growth Committee 2016-2017 – Meet the Team

Glynis Dsouza

Glynis D’souza, DTM – Club Growth Director
Glynis has been a toastmaster for six years and is still enjoying her journey in speaking and leading. She served as club President and VP Ed, then went on to Area Director and now serves on the District Trio as Club Growth Director for 2016-2017. She has a passion for working with youth and has coordinated two YLPs. She enjoys empowering others to grow and lead. She is committed to growing new clubs and retaining existing ones and is thrilled to be working with such an accomplished team of Toastmasters, the crème de la crème of the district! 

Randie JacobsRandie Jacobs, DTM, PDG - Marketing Strategy Advisor
Randie Jacobs is a past Regional Advisor for Region 6. She has a passion for marketing Toastmasters. According to Randie, success comes through thinking strategically and taking bold moves.




Avis BrodieAvis Brodie, DTM – Club Retention Advisor
Avis joined Toastmasters meeting in April 2005. One month later she was elected VP membership and has been on a leadership path ever since! Besides serving in club officer roles including 5 terms as president in 3 clubs, she’s served as marketing ambassador, revitalized education ambassador, club sponsor, club mentor and Club Coach, earning our District’s “Club Coach of the Year” award. Avis achieved her first Distinguished Toastmaster Award in 2008 and her second DTM in 2013, she is working on her third DTM. Avis served as an Area Governor in District 60. Elected as Lt Governor Marketing in 2009, Lt Governor Education in 2010, and District Governor 86 in 2011, Avis was recognized by Toastmasters international with the Excellence In Marketing award and the Excellence in Education award. In 2016 Avis was recognized with the District 86 Douglas Barclay award for her contribution and service to D86, as well as promotion of Toastmasters to the outside community. Avis has a heart for service and a vision of helping each member improve through the Toastmasters program. 

Jacklyn PayneJacklyn Payne, DTM - Club Extension Chair
As club Extension chair for 2016-2017, I am responsible to grow new Clubs by Providing leads, tracking leads, and turning these Leads into actual clubs. I will be working closely with the Club Growth Director, Division & Area Directors to ensure all Divisions get equal attention to expand their club base. The needs of each Division will be assessed based on their geographic location and proximity to other clubs. Division and Areas Directors will connect us with seasoned Toastmasters to share their knowledge and experiences at Demo Meetings, as we bring the new clubs to Charter. Looking forward to serve District 86 to increase our numbers and visibility by helping Communities and Corporations improve their communication and leadership skills.

Kristina JohnstonKristina Johnston, DTM – Club Coach Chair
Kristina Johnston joined Port Credit Toastmasters in the Fall of 2011. During her time in Toastmasters she has held various roles including VP-Membership, VP-Education, Club President, Area Governor, and Division Director. She has also had several roles on the conference committees. Kristina has been fortunate enough to have received her DTM in Fall 2015, Port Credit Toastmaster of the Year 2012-2013, Club President of the Year, Area Governor of the Year and to have been the Club Coach for First Burlington Toastmasters. This year Kristina is continuing to grow as a Toastmaster and will be the Club Coach Chair and the Spring 2017 Conference Chair. Kristina thrives on helping others to grow and is looking forward to an exciting year. For Club Coaching, her target is to have fewer clubs at the end of the year that need coaches than there are currently. 

Sharon DsouzaSharon D’souza, DTM – Club Coach Sponsor Mentor Coordinator
Sharon D’Souza has been a member of Meadowvale Toastmasters for about 9 years. She is the past President of Meadowvale Toastmasters during which time the Club grew phenomenally in membership, past Area 45 Governor during which time Area 45 achieved President’s Distinguished Status. Sharon is also an active participant in youth leadership programs. She has coached Air Cadets from Blackforest Squadron 800 in their effective speaking and debate competitions for the past two years and continues to be involved in the 2016-2017 training year. As a Club Sponsor/ Mentor Coordinator, Sharon aims (i) to match potential candidates with new club leads and (ii) to train and assist potential candidates to achieve their dream of sponsoring/mentoring a new club and moving ahead towards their DTM designation. 

Matt di MarcoMatt di Marco, ACB CL – Special Events Chair
Matt is thrilled to be working on the 2016-2017 Growth Committee. Matt has a passion to inspire and empower toastmaster clubs to reach their potential and grow. He will be assisting club officers to plan open house and special celebration events including Charter Parties. As the Special Events Chair, Matt will work alongside other club leaders to fulfill this unique vision. 



Karim PremjiKarim Premji, DTM – Membership Renewals Advisor
Karim Premji is a Learning Master, D60/D86, 2013-2017 | Past D86 Division, Area, Toastmaster & Publicist of the Year | Past Member Making A Difference, and a 7 time DTM, 105 Education Awards. He has served every club officer role at least once. He will be designing strategies to help with Membership Renewals this year. 



Hulda Mullings Veronica HislopHulda Mullings, ACS and Veronica Hislop, DTM – Speechcraft Chairs
Hulda Mullings has been a Toastmaster for 23 years. She has held several roles on her Club's Executive, and is a Past Area Director.
Veronica Hislop is a certified life-relationship coach with a Master’s Degree in Social Work, and a BA in Community Development. 

Chandra MovvaChandra Movva – YLP Coordinator
Chandra Movva is an Effective Speaking Coordinator at 845 Avro Arrow Squadron Royal Canadian Air Cadet and has a passion for working with youth to develop their speaking and leadership skills. 




Amparo CifuentesAmparo Cifuentes, DTM – Award Recipients Coordinator
Amparo joined Toastmasters in 2010 and during that time she has taken several club officer positions including president. As a member of her first club, Chosen Voices Toastmasters, she helped organize and
then mentor Point of Tale Toastmasters, where she is currently sergeant at arms. She sponsored and helped charter Chez Nous Toastmasters, a specialty club for French speakers. She is Webmaster of those three clubs. She served as an Area Director at district level. Amparo obtained her DTM designation in April 2015. This year she will help collect and coordinate the recipients of the MMAD Award and the Communication & Leadership Award.

Spirit of 86 Awards

Spirit of 86 Awards for 2015-16

In 2015-16, four members are being awarded a Spirit of 86 Award. Janice McDonald, DTM, District Director, has selected these members for their outstanding service to District 86. Each recipient chose when they would like to receive their award - at the final District Executive Committee (DEC) meeting, at the Fall Conference or at their club.

John Constant, ACB, ALS (Speakwell) and Paul P. Lynott, DTM (Advanced Speakers on the Hill) chose to accept their Spirit of 86 Award at the final DEC meeting, on Saturday, June 25th at Mohawk Park, in Brantford.

John was recognized for his dedication and service as Registration Chair for the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 District Conferences. The new registration system required many hours of testing. All appreciated John’s effort, patience and dedication to helping members navigate conference registration. We enjoyed his humour as he doffed his top hat to recognize the Distinguished Toastmasters who came to his table. His highly detailed weekly reports and assistance to all other conference chairs empowered others in their search for volunteers to make each conference a success. Thank you, John, for your constant dedication to serving our members. We appreciate you!

Paul served District 86 as Club Coach Coordinator in 2012-2013 and 2015-16. His patience and dedication in finding experienced members to help clubs facing membership and other challenges was second to none! He was excited to introduce a new idea to our district of experienced members mentoring our club coaches. Paul was quick to immediately introduce a new tool for District 86 club coaches - the Club Coach Trello board. Called the Club Coach Toolbox, it was used to connect all our club coaches and offer them a space to share their ideas and tips. Thank you for the enthusiasm and service you provided many of our members, Paul. We appreciate you!

Myrna Barthe, ACS, ALS (Burlington Advanced Toastmasters, Candu Toastmasters, First Waterdown) and Shawn Salokannel, ACS, ALS (Les Toastmasters Volubiles, Lincoln Road, Waterloo Silver Tongue Club) will receive their Spirit of 86 award at the 2016 Fall Conference, November 26th at the Marriott Gateway on the Falls.

Myrna was instrumental in supporting the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Conference teams. She stepped in to coordinate the Silent Auction for the Spring Conference. We were all wowed by her wonderful hospitality and the awesome meals she fed the spring conference team. Myrna has been instrumental in promoting the conferences by supplying the district with printed materials. Her efficiency, skill and creativity has been appreciated for many years by District 86. Thank you for your unwavering support, Myrna. We appreciate you!

Shawn SalokannelShawn was the ‘go to person’ with respect to District 86 getting all our clubs on Meetup.com throughout the 2015-16 year. He worked hand in hand with Cathy Herschell, our Public Relations Manager. He was responsible for doing the research, answering our questions and running the pilot project. He worked tirelessly putting up many of the divisions himself, supporting all clubs using Meetup.com and running reports every month to follow up on our progress. Thank you, Shawn, for providing this membership building tool for our entire District, including Division T! We appreciate you!

Congratulations Distinguished Clubs 2015-2016

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District 86 has achieved Presidents Distinguished for distinguished clubs with 126 clubs achieving distinguished or better for the 2015-2016!

Presidents Distinguished

  • 7120 Speakers Corner
  • Advanced Speakers on the Hill
  • Ambitious City Toastmasters Club
  • Barrie Toastmasters Club
  • Barrie's Small Business Club
  • Black Walnut Toastmasters Club
  • Bolton Banter Toastmasters Club
  • Brampton Club
  • Brampton Speakeasy Toastmasters
  • Candu Toastmasters
  • City Centre Club
  • Club Toastmasters FrancoFun
  • Confidently Speaking Toastmasters Club
  • Cornell Markham Toastmasters
  • Creekbank Toastmasters Club
  • D + H Toastmasters Club
  • Destiny Toastmasters Club
  • DiverseCity Toastmasters
  • Energetics Toastmasters Club
  • Feel Good Toastmasters
  • First Oakville Toastmasters Club
  • First Waterdown Club
  • Fluid Communicators & Leaders
  • Forest City Toastmasters
  • Garden City Toastmasters of St. Catharines
  • Glen Abbey Toastmasters
  • Golden Gavel Toastmasters
  • Grand River Toastmasters Club
  • Greater Sudbury Speakers
  • Halton Hills Toastmasters
  • Hershaw Toastmasters Club
  • Hilltop Toastmasters
  • Horizon Toastmasters
  • Inclusive Toastmasters
  • IPC Toastmasters Club
  • Leaders' Corner Toastmasters Club
  • London City Hall
  • London Speakeasy Toastmasters Club
  • London Talbot Club
  • Markham SweetTalkers Club
  • Markham's Talk of the City Club
  • Meadowvale Toastmasters Club
  • Milton Club
  • Mississauga Sales & Marketing Toastmasters
  • Momentum Toastmasters
  • Nielsen Insightful Club
  • Petrolia Toastmasters
  • Port Credit Club
  • Power Speaking Toastmasters Club
  • Region of Peel Toastmasters
  • Richmond Hill Toastmasters
  • Riverspeak Toastmasters
  • Rogers Park Toastmasters
  • Rose City Toastmasters
  • Skyway Toastmasters Club
  • Soar To Excellence Toastmasters Club
  • Speak To Inspire Toastmasters
  • Stouffville Toastmasters Club
  • Sunshine Speakers Club
  • Talk Of The Town Club
  • Thames Valley Club
  • The Court Of Blarney
  • Thornhill Club
  • Towns Of York Toastmasters Club
  • Trafalgar Club
  • Unionville Toastmasters Club
  • Walmart Visionary Leaders
  • Woodbridge Toastmasters
  • Your Community Realty Toastmasters Club

Select Distinguished

  • Brant Toastmasters
  • Brock Toastmasters
  • Callisto Toastmasters
  • Cambridge Toastmasters Club
  • Chosen Voices Toastmasters
  • Collingwood Toastmasters Club
  • Comfortably Speaking
  • Creekside TD Toastmasters
  • Dr. Roberta Bondar Toastmasters Club
  • GE Markham Toastmasters
  • Guelph Public Speakers
  • High Noon Toastmasters
  • Honeymoon City Club
  • IBM Toronto Lab Club
  • Markham Toastmasters Club
  • Mississauga Valley Toastmasters Club
  • Mount Forest Motivators Toastmasters Club
  • MTO St Catharines Toastmasters Club
  • OLG Lottotalkers Toastmasters Club
  • Point of Tale Toastmasters
  • Risky Business Club
  • Speakwell
  • St Catharines Toastmasters Club
  • Stoney Creek Club
  • Strathroy Toastmasters Club
  • Sudbury Noon Hour Toastmasters Club
  • Town and Gown Toastmasters
  • Trillium Toastmasters Club


  • ACCESS Toastmasters
  • AECOMmunicators
  • Campus Communicators Club
  • Cementation Toastmasters
  • Chez Nous Toastmasters Club
  • City of Brampton Toastmasters
  • COMET Toastmasters Club
  • Desjardins Aurora Club
  • First Burlington Toastmasters Club
  • Hamilton No 1 Toastmasters Club
  • Hatch Mississauga
  • Lakeview Toastmasters Club
  • Lambs To Lions
  • LHSC Toastmasters Club
  • Linguists Of Listowel Club
  • London TaxMasters Club
  • London Western Club
  • Mansion Toastmasters Club
  • Nissan Canada Club
  • Positively Speaking Toastmasters
  • Roche MVPs Club - Corporate
  • Sault College Communicators
  • Speak for Success York-Simcoe
  • Speakers of the Hill
  • Sudbury Toastmasters Club
  • The Newmarket Toastmasters (TNT)
  • Toast of Queens
  • TWTSO Leaders of Today Toastmasters Club
  • Valley Town Toastmasters Club

Welcome the Incoming District 86 Team for 2016-2017

District Leader Role Name
District Director Vitaliy Fursov, DTM
Program Quality Director Cathy Herschell, DTM
Club Growth Director Glynis D'souza, ACG, ALB
Adminstration Manager Alvita Bennett, ACB, ALB
Finance Manager Ron Gorospe, CC, ALB
Public Relations Manager Steve Elliot, ACB, ALB
Logistics Manager Carl Naus, ACB, ALB
Parliamentarian Bill Bienia, DTM
Immediate Past District Director Janice McDonald, DTM
Credentials Chair Janice McDonald, DTM
Web Master Doug Daye, DTM
Assistant Web Master Duncan McRae
Blog Editor Tuula Redditt, DTM
Social Media Coordinator  
Meetup Coordinator  
Speakers Bureau Chair  
Photographer Neila Gopaul Penn, DTM
AV Systems & Online Technology Jeffrey A. Smith, CC
Historian David T. Shaw, DTM
Education Committee Chair Mark Hayes, DTM
Fall Conference Chair Anne Dockeray, ACG, ALB
Spring Conference Chair Kristina Johnston, DTM
Easy-Speak Coordinator Al Steele, DTM
Club Extension Chair Jacklyn Payne, DTM
Club Sponsor/Mentor Coordinator Sharon D'Souza, DTM
Special Events Chair Matthew Di Marco, CC, CL
Club Coach Coordinator Kristina Johnston, DTM
Speechcraft Coordinators Hulda Mullings, ACB, CL; Veronica Hislop, ACS, ALB
Youth Leadership Program Coordinator Chandra Movva
Membership Contests Coordinator Myrna Barthe, ACS, ALS
Membership Dues Submission Coordinator Rick Guzik, ACS, ALB
Financial Review Committee Chair Lorna Miller, ACS, ALB
District Leadership Committee Chair  
Alignment Chair  
Division Director, Division A Saima Malik, ACS, ALB
Area Director, Area 21 Lisa des Vignes, CC, ALB
Area Director, Area 22 Cheryl Trikha, CC
Area Director, Area 23 Hitesh Parmar, ACB, CL
Area Director, Area 24 Sue Faludi, ACS, ALB
Area Director, Area 25 Ilana Fisher, ACS, ALB
Area Director, Area 26 Michael Whitehead, ACB, ALB
Division Director, Division B Tracey Harding, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 31 Dennis Bartel, ACS, ALB
Area Director, Area 32 Mallika Sothinathan, CC, ALB
Area Director, Area 33 Matthew Ogbulafor, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 34 Maheeza Mohamed, CC
Area Director, Area 35 George How Pak Hing, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 36 Susan Hopcroft
Division Director, Division C Jane Harnadek, DTM
Area Director, Area 41 Richard Robart-Morgan, ACS, ALB
Area Director, Area 42 Anton Adashkevich, CL
Area Director, Area 43 Jamshaid Gul, DTM
Area Director, Area 44 Nasir Shad, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 45 Mina Yoon, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 46 Mohammed Zackria, ACG, ALB
Division Director, Division D Leona Wilson, ACS, ALB
Area Director, Area 81 Richard Lewis, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 82 Tracy L. Zhang ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 83 Larry Li, ACB, CL
Area Director, Area 84 Jeanie Lai, ACB, CL
Area Director, Area 85 Robert Moore
Area Director, Area 87 Albert Chang, CC, ALB
Division Director, Division L Veronica Taylor, ACG, ALB
Area Director, Area 51 Jennifer Aucoin, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 53 Susan Antoft, ACS, CL
Area Director, Area 54 John De Marco, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 55 Charles Kennedy, ACG, ALB
Area Director, Area 56 Mike McNeil, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 57 Erica Jurus, ACB, ALB
Division Director, Division M Dragana Vulpic-Bork, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 11 Fleurette Knaggs, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 13 Theresa Kennedy, ACG, ALB
Area Director, Area 14 Tammy Hall, CC, ALB
Area Director, Area 15 Catherine O'Connor, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 16 Patricia Burness, CC
Division Director, Division N Pat Bolduc, CC, CL
Area Director, Area 1 Maria Iuliano
Area Director, Area 2 Alain Lemay
Area Director, Area 3 Lisa Hennessy, ACS, ALB
Area Director, Area 4 Joanne C. Carriere, CC
Division Director, Division S Diane Gordon, ACB, CL
Area Director, Area 71 Doug Daye
Area Director, Area 72 Jean Perdu, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 73 Chris Burns, ACS, ALB
Area Director, Area 74 Elizabeth Bainbridge, CC, ALB
Area Director, Area 75 Valerie Durston, CC, ALB
Area Director, Area 76 Nancy Cunningham, CC, ALB
Division Director, Division T Cynthia Ayres, DTM
Area Director, Area 91 Jeremiah Bell, ACB, CL
Area Director, Area 92 Nancy Movrin, ACS, CL
Area Director, Area 93 Matthew Di Marco, CC, CL
Area Director, Area 94 Satinder Chane, CC, CL
Division Director, Division W Steven Karnis, ACS, ALB
Area Director, Area 61 Deborah Daub, CC, ALB
Area Director, Area 62 Chris Brown, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 63 Clifford R. Graham, ACB, ALB
Area Director, Area 64 Nancy Underwood, CC, ALB
Area Director, Area 65 Tammy Hunt, ACB, ALB

1st Youth Inspirational Speech & Evaluation Contests from Gavel Clubs a Success

BRAMPTON, ON, May 16th, 2016

The first public speaking contest that brought together all existing Gavel clubs in Brampton and Mississauga was held Sunday at the head office of Loblaw Companies Limited, to showcase the public speaking talents of the young members in the clubs.

YLP Contest

Three groups of six students each competed for first, second and third place awards; two groups participated in a “Inspirational Speech Contest” for Grades 5-8 and Grades 9-12 categories, and one group competed in a “Speech Evaluation Contest”.

Ryan Belluz, coordinator for the Brampton Gavel Club, Amparo Cifuentes, coordinator for the Junior Masters Gavel Club at Loblaw and Annie Bai, coordinator for the Mississauga Gavel Club, said the students did a great job showcasing the public speaking and critical thinking skills they are developing in their clubs, where members follow the Toastmasters International educational program.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for the kids to continue building their confidence and speak about topics they are passionate about,” Amparo said.

The event also featured keynote speaker Neil Dunsmore, Winner of Toastmasters District 86 Humorous Speech Contest (2011) & Evaluation Contest (2015), and counted with the support of many dignitaries and volunteers from the District. Youth Gavel clubs provide the Toastmasters experience to students under 18. Meetings are typically held weekly, and the clubs operate in the same way adult Toastmasters clubs do. Members follow similar Toastmasters club protocols, use club officer titles and education manuals, but members are called “Gaveliers”. Participants increase their self-confidence as they become better speakers and leaders.

YLP 002Evaluation Contest, from left to right: Gaveliers Kayla Vitor and Vanessa Nguyen, Contest Chairs; 1st Place Winner, Shane Sun; 2nd Place Winner, Somesh Karthi; 3rd Place Winner, Eddy Ji





YLP 003Grades 9-12 Inspirational Speech Contest, from left to right: Gaveliers Neha Singh, Contest Chair; 1st Place Winner, Lily Liu; 2nd Place Winner, Roaa Shahbaz; 3rd Place Winner, Hannah Tang;
Contest Chair, Joseph Wu.





YLP 004Grades 5-8 Inspirational Speech Contest, from left to right: Gaveliers Joseph Wu, Contest Chair; 3rd Place Winner, Sarthak Das; 2nd Place Winner, Zaynah Bhanji; 1st Place Winner, Nathan
Nambiar; Contest Chair, Neha Singh.

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