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All the information shown below is from the Toastmasters International February 11th Club Performance and Educational Achievement reports.

March Madness

Clubs renewing at least 75% of their base membership by March 15 receive $50 in District Credit. This report is for February 11.

Club Renewed     Club Renewed
Guidewire Premium Presenters88% Visa Speakers' Circle Toastmasters Club 141%

Presidents Club

Clubs that hit at least 9 goals and have either 20 members or a increase of 5 members from their base by April 15th receive $100 in District credit.

Club Goals     Club Goals
Foster City Toastmasters Club9 Lee Emerson Bassett Club9
Rhino Business Club9 San Mateo Toastmasters Club 1919
Spanish Bilingual SF9

Lucky 7 II Clubs

Clubs that have all 7 officers trained in a training season (June-August or December-February) receive $75 in District Credit.

December - February Lucky 7 Clubs

  • All EArs Club
  • ToastmasterZ WIN (Women Innovation Network)
  • GToast
 
  • BioPacific Toastmasters
  • Foster City Toastmasters Club
  • Stagecoach Speakers Frontier

Plan 4 Success

Clubs that send a copy of their completed Club Success Plan, signed by at least four officers, and a photo of the team working on the plan by September 16th are listed below in the order they were submitted:

  • A9 Toastmasters
  • Actelion Toastmasters
  • All EArs Club
  • Asian Express Toastmasters Club
  • BioPacific Toastmasters
  • Early Risers Club
  • Everybody Speaks Club
  • FiDi Toastmasters
  • Fightin' 49ers Club
  • Foster City Toastmasters Club
  • GToast
  • Opportunity Speakers Toastmasters Club
  • Pacific Rim Toastmasters
  • Palo Alto Toastmsters
  • Peninsula Toastmasters
  • Plane Talk
  • Point Of Order Club
  • San Carlos-Belmont Club
  • San Francisco Bilingual Cantonese-English Toastmasters
  • San Francisco Renaissance Toastmasters Club
  • San Francisco Storytellers
  • San Mateo Storytellers
  • Shield Speaks Toastmasters Club
  • Sierra Speakers Toastmasters
  • SRI Organon Club
  • Toast of the Mission
  • UC Oracles Toastmasters Club
  • United We Speak Club
  • Visa Speakers' Circle Toastmasters Club
  • Wellness Toastmasters

 

Lucky 7 Clubs

Clubs that have all 7 officers trained in a training season (June-August or December-February) receive $75 in District Credit.

June - August Lucky 7 Clubs

  • Actelion Toastmasters
  • Asian Express Toastmasters Club
  • BioPacific Toastmasters
  • Early Risers Club
  • Electric Toasters Club
  • EPA Speak Easy
  • Evening Stars
  • FiDi Toastmasters
  • Foster City Toastmasters Club
  • GGU Toastmasters
  • GToast
  • Guidewire Premium Presenters
  • High Spirits of Toastmasters
  • Millbrae'ers Club
  • Pacific Rim Toastmasters
  • Peninsula Toastmasters
  • Plane Talk
  • Point Of Order Club
 
  • Ponytalk Toastmasters
  • Promasters Toastmasters Club
  • San Carlos Toastmasters (formerly Speak4Yourself)
  • San Francisco Bilingual Cantonese-English Toastmasters
  • San Francisco Storytellers
  • San Francisco Toastmasters
  • San Mateo Toastmasters Club 191
  • SAP Toastmasters
  • Sierra Speakers Toastmasters
  • Spanish Bilingual SF
  • Stagecoach Speakers - 525 Market
  • Toast of the Mission
  • ToastmasterZ WIN (Women Innovation Network)
  • UC Oracles Toastmasters Club
  • United We Speak Club
  • Visa Speakers' Circle Toastmasters Club
  • Wellness Toastmasters

 

Open House Challenge

These clubs held an Open House in August or September and added three or more new members within four weeks earned $50 in District Credit.

  • BioPacific Toastmasters
  • High Spirits of Toastmasters
  • Visa Speakers' Circle Toastmasters Club
  • Spanish Bilingual SF

September Sanity

Clubs renewing at least 75% of their base membership by September 17 receive $50 in District Credit.

Club Renewed     Club Renewed
All EArs Club 100%   Point Of Order Club 105%
Asian Express Toastmasters Club 100%   Promasters Toastmasters Club 100%
BioPacific Toastmasters 110%   Quantcast Toastmasters Club 103%
BlackRock Speaks San Francisco 105%   Rainbow Toastmasters 100%
Chamber Speakers Circle Club 100%   Rhino Business Club 100%
CSG Toastmasters 100%   San Carlos Toastmasters (formerly Speak4Yourself) 113%
Daly City Toastmasters 100%   San Francisco Bilingual Cantonese-English Toastmasters 111%
Dolby Speakers 119%   San Francisco Federal Building Toastmasters Club 100%
Early Risers Club 100%   San Francisco Renaissance Toastmasters Club 105%
FiDi Toastmasters 119%   San Francisco Storytellers 108%
Fightin' 49ers Club 117%   San Francisco Toastmasters 131%
First Republic Toastmasters 107%   San Mateo Storytellers 105%
Foster City Toastmasters Club 100%   San Mateo Toastmasters Club 191 104%
Genentech Toastmasters Club 106%   SAP Toastmasters 116%
Global San Francisco Toastmasters 115%   Shield Speaks Toastmasters Club 150%
GToast 116%   Sierra Speakers Toastmasters 112%
Guidewire Premium Presenters 102%   Sourdough Toast (Masters) 100%
High Spirits of Toastmasters 103%   Spanish Bilingual SF 100%
Lee Emerson Bassett Club 109%   SRI Organon Club 135%
Magic Sunrisers Club 100%   Stagecoach Speakers - 525 Market 100%
Menlo Park Sunset Toastmasters 110%   Stagecoach Speakers Frontier 100%
Menlo Park Toastmasters Club 106%   Stagecoach Speakers-SF Financial District 106%
Millbrae'ers Club 115%   Superspace Toastmasters 108%
Money Talks Toastmasters Club 100%   Toast of the Mission 109%
Nerdmasters 100%   Toastitects 108%
Opportunity Speakers Toastmasters Club 100%   ToastmastEARS 100%
Palo Alto Toastmsters 100%   ToastmasterZ WIN (Women Innovation Network) 114%
Peninsula Toastmasters 115%   Twenty-Five Alive Club 104%
Plane Talk 105%   Visa Speakers' Circle Toastmasters Club 107%

 

Smedley Stretch

Clubs that add 7 or more new members between August 1st and September 30th receive $50 in District Credit.

  • Golden Gate Toastmasters Club (11)
  • Lee Emerson Bassett Club (13)
  • Visa Speakers' Circle Toastmasters Club (10)
  • Ringmasters (10)

 

Early Achievers

Clubs that achieved 5 or more Distinguished Club Program (DCP) goals by October 31 earned $100 in District Credit.

Club Goals     Club Goals
Lee Emerson Bassett Club 7   Crownmasters Club 5
Rhino Business Club 7   Epicurean SF 5
San Francisco Storytellers 7   FiDi Toastmasters 5
Spanish Bilingual SF 7   Genentech Toastmasters Club 5
Toast of the Mission 7   Palo Alto Toastmsters 5
Foster City Toastmasters Club 6   RingCentral Toastmasters Belmont 5
Rainbow Toastmasters 6   Stagecoach Speakers - 525 Market 5
San Mateo Toastmasters Club 191 6   Stagecoach Speakers-SF Financial District 6

 

Top 20 Clubs

Clubs with the Most Members

Clubs with Greatest Member Growth Since July 1st

 

Education Awards

Member Legacy Educational Awards Achieved Since July 1

See which District 4 members achieved legacy educational goals (CC, CL, etc.) last month here. See the complete list of achievements including Pathways since July here.

 

Member Legacy Educational Awards by Division Since July 1

 

Member Pathways Awards Achieved Since September 19 Introduction