New Horizons Toastmasters

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Club #6350, District 3. Established 1986

New Horizons Toastmasters FAQ

What is the dress code for the meetings?
Most members wear business attire as they are arriving to the meeting directly from work. Business casual is fine. I have never seen anyone wear a tie to one of our meetings.

Are there any long term contracts?
A membership to New Horizons Toastmasters is for 6 months. Every 6 months you have the option to renew.

What is the membership fee for New Horizons Toastmasters?
Membership to New Horizons Toastmasters for 6 months is $45. All the members pay their membership fee at the same time, so most likely the fee when you join will be prorated or less than $45.

Are there any additional fees?
New members pay a one time fee of $20 to pay for their manuals – the Competent Leadership manual and the Competent Communicator manual.

Our meetings are every Tuesday at 6:45 PM and you are welcome to visit and observe the meeting. Any of our members would be happy to answer any of your Toastmaster related questions.

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Visit us at our next meeting!

Meeting Time: Tuesdays 6:45PM

American Legion Post 35
2240 W Chandler Blvd
Chandler, AZ, 85224
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Our club is open to everyone.
Questions before the meeting? Contact Maggie by email or phone 480-820-8754

"Through its member clubs, Toastmasters International helps men and women learn the arts of speaking, listening and thinking – vital skills that promote self-actualization, enhance leadership potential, foster human understanding and contribute to the betterment of mankind."

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