Members of Early and Evening Edition Toastmasters marked their 20th anniversary.

Toastmasters marks milestone

Early and Evening Edition Toastmasters celebrate 20 years on the Peninsula

Members of Early Edition and Evening Edition Toastmasters celebrated their 20th anniversary Saturday.

The milestone celebration was attended by more than 30 members, as well as the club’s district governor, Margaret Page, and the local division governor, John Beck, who opened up the celebration.

The event also included a wine auction, food, speeches from members, past and present and door prizes.

There are six Toastmasters clubs in the South Surrey/White Rock area.

 

 

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