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Club Officer Check Lists

May Edit

  • Follow up on outstanding club paperwork: semiannual dues, officer lists, proxies, CTMs, ATMs.
  • Clubs select Toastmaster of the Year.
  • Clubs hold officer elections and submit lists to TI, District

JuneEdit

  • Follow-up on outstanding club paperwork: semiannual dues, officer lists, proxies, CTMs, ATMs.
  • Club officers attend club officer training. Schedule posted on www.d6tm.org.

July Edit

  • Attend club officer training. Schedule is posted at www.d6tm.org.
  • Hold Executive Council meeting.
  • Develop Membership Building Campaign.
  • Follow up on outstanding club paperwork: semiannual dues, club officer lists, proxies.
  • All Speeches – Manual Speeches.

AugustEdit

  • Attend club officer training. Schedule is posted at on your district web site.
  • Attend Area Council meeting.
  • Consider attending TI Convention.
  • Have Fun! Volunteer for the State Fair.
  • Invite guests to club meetings.
  • Start collecting dues.
  • Review club progress against report at www.toastmasters.org for your club.

SeptemberEdit

  • Hold club speech contest.
  • Attend Area & Division Speech contests.
  • Register for Fall Conference in Rochester, MN (November 5-6).
  • Send semiannual dues to TI.
  • Club Officer Training records due to TI by September 30.
  • Review club progress against report at www.toastmasters.org for your club.
  • Register for your district’s “minicon” held in October / November

OctoberEdit

  • Attend Area & Division Speech Contests.
  • Review club progress against report at www.toastmasters.org for your club.

NovemberEdit

  • Hold Club Officers elections (if applicable).
  • Hold Executive Council meeting.
  • Review Membership Building Plan.
  • Attend Area Council meeting.
  • Review club progress against report at www.toastmasters.org for your club.

DecemberEdit

  • Begin training (second round, mid-year review).
  • Submit new officer lists, as applicable.
  • Consider conducting a year-end club check-up with the Moments of Truth Program.
  • Review club progress against report at www.toastmasters.org for your club.

JanuaryEdit

  • Register for TELI – February 19. Details at www.d6tm.org.
  • Attend club officer training.
  • Hold Executive Council meeting.
  • Review Distinguished Club Plan.
  • Conduct Speechcraft.
  • Review club progress against report at www.toastmasters.org for your club.

FebruaryEdit

  • Complete club officer training.
  • Attend Area council meeting.
  • Hold club speech contest.
  • Attend TELI – February 19. Details at www.d6tm.org.
  • Start collecting dues.
  • Review club progress against report at www.toastmasters.org for your club.

MarchEdit

  • Attend Area/Division speech contests.
  • Register for your district’s annual conference (see your district website for details)
  • semiannual dues to TI.
  • Club Officer Training records due to TI by March 31.
  • Review club progress against report at www.toastmasters.org for your club.

AprilEdit

  • Attend your district’s annual conference (see your district website for details)
  • Submit proxies to District Governor
  • Develop Nominating Committee.
  • Attend Division Speech contest.
  • Encourage members to complete CTMs & ATMs. Submit paperwork to TI.
  • Review club progress against report at www.toastmasters.org for your club.

MayEdit

  • Follow up on outstanding club paperwork: semiannual dues, officer lists, proxies, CTMs, ATMs.
  • Clubs select Toastmaster of the Year.
  • Review club progress against report at www.toastmasters.org for your club.

JuneEdit

  • Review club progress against report at www.toastmasters.org for your club.
  • Follow-up on outstanding club paperwork: semiannual dues, officer lists, proxies, CTMs, ATMs.
  • Help prepare your successor for upcoming year.

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