Toastmasters Eclectic Voices

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Today's the day! Celebrating that our club is still strong. Even COVID couldn't keep these people down! 🎉🎉🎉
Toastmasters Joint Club Open House. Boise Statehouse and Eclectic Voices!! Thursday, June 3, 12 noon to 1 pm. Please share with family, friends!. Registration at
Way to go Guy for winning the table topics area speech contest last night! Also, a HUGE thank you to Stephanie and Joni for helping me put on the contest.
This Club rocks Toastmasters off the planet. Today Stephanie Mullani told us where to find the fountain of youth!
This club has been very helpful for me!

We are an "Eclectic" Group of Toastmasters who welcome anyone to visit our club.

Operating as usual


Last week's meeting had 2 guests in attendance - Nick and Michael.

Michael was the winner of the Table Topics round with his story of making a hard pivot and changing his career completely after learning more deeply about himself and what he wanted to experience in life as a result of lockdowns. What a time of introspection and learning for us all!

Congratulations, Michael! 🥳🎉

Photos from Toastmasters Eclectic Voices's post 09/21/2023

Eclectic Toastmasters continues to inspire and challenge members to think on their feet through the Table Topics section of each meeting. Coolest part of this club is that it's impossible to fail during Table Topics. You're met with smiles and encouragement as we sometimes stumble through those moments. Gotta love this Eclectic crew and hope to see many more of us in coming meetings!

Photos from Toastmasters Eclectic Voices's post 09/07/2023

Last week's meeting saw robust attendance— both online and in person.
As a wonderful bonus, we had a guest attend from Luxembourg!
He also won the table topics round and plans to join us again soon.
Congratulations, Prince! 🥳🎉


Two weeks ago our theme was "Growth Mindset".
Stephanie Mullani won the table topics award for speaking on shifting out of the set ways of our minds and exchanging them for a more heart-centered approach from time to time.


Last week’s table topics winner was Megan Carney. Congrats, Megan! 🎉

Photos from Toastmasters Eclectic Voices's post 07/30/2023

Natalia & Lee Lee were our recent table topics winners. Congratulations, ladies!

Photos from Toastmasters Eclectic Voices's post 06/30/2023

June meeting fun!

Exciting news: Eclectic Voices is fortunate to receive a wonderful new member~ Welcome, Cecile! 🥳 🎉


This week's meeting saw Lisa Underwood deliver a fun-filled speech dedicated to her beloved grandparents and the riches they bestowed upon her life. Her speech was replete with action, props, gestures, variety, and endearing, heartfelt stories.

Continuing to embody the meeting theme, "What Gives Life Meaning", Lana McCullough won the table topics award for sharing impactful thoughts about what gives her life meaning, peace, and sustenance.

Well Done, ladies!


Last week Stephanie Mullani presented a speech detailing the progress she made during a 6 month period of working with a Certified Master Life Coach.

In her speech, she shared tips and strategies we can all apply to our lives to help us go from being goal-setters to becoming "Goal Getters"!


We had a table topics tie last week. Congratulations to Lumuli & Jan! 🎊🎈🎉


And last week's Table Topics Winner was...

Leslie Major!


Last week's table topics winner was... Julie!

We also inducted a new member into our club...Natalia!

Thrilled to have these amazing women add their "eclectic" to our group of voices.


New member Natalia was this week's Table Topics winner.
We are so happy to have her in our club and look forward to hearing more from her!
Congratulations, Natalia! 🎉🎉🎉

Photos from Toastmasters Eclectic Voices's post 03/22/2023

We've had a plethora of Table Topic winners in the past month: Lisa, Marshall, Stephanie, & Natalia. 🎉

Photos from Toastmasters Eclectic Voices's post 02/23/2023

Last week's table topics winner was... Jan Bracken!
And this week we had a tie between two of our newer members, Donna & Lana!
Way to go, ladies! 🥳🎉


Today's meeting saw Nancy Denniston give a polished rendition of her "Eye" opening Tall Tales contest speech. We wish her luck!

Marsha Davies regaled us with tales of her recent trip to Kenya and the table topics round ensured that delightful stories continued based on the theme "the importance of small moments". Let's not let them pass us by!

Finally, we had a table topics tie between Lana and Stephanie.🥳


Our monthly happy hours are so much fun and a great chance to get to know each other on a deeper level.

Don't miss our next get together at Brixx Craft House on State Street!


Last week's meeting included 2 STELLAR speeches.

The first was titled "What the World Needs Now is Love, Sweet Love" given by Lisa Underwood and encouraged us all to contribute the unique puzzle piece to the world that only we can.

The second speech was by guest Bil Lewis titled "I LOVE TEACHING - Renewing Hope and Confidence in the Younger Generation".

Both speeches reinforced a beautiful meeting theme of contribution and growth. We all left inspired by the many ways humans are helping each other make an impact in our world.

Bravo, Eclectic! We are Shining bright!


Our meeting theme was ➡️Transformational Relationships⬅️and the word of the day was✨SPARK✨.

Megan took the home Table Topics win for her answer regarding the journey she has undertaken to have a transformational relationship with herself.

And this image of Megan & Nancy absolutely captures the sparks of insight and joy generated by our discussions!


Last week's meeting included a speech, ✨guests✨, and a new member! ⭐️🌟⭐️

Tyrone led us through a fun and insightful round of table topics with Stephanie Mullani receiving the TT win.


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Just a story about a boy with his head in the clouds who went on an epic sky-diving adventure to win his dream girl - that's how Marshall Major earned today's Table Topics award.

And yes, he got the girl.

Well done on both accounts, Marshall! 🙌 ⭐️ ✨


The Eclectic gang shared a LOT of laughs today, telling tales about "Adventure Land" and what that might look like to each of us.

Brains were stretched by new ideas and perspectives on the topic AND the audio & visual components were extra clear for those of us online thanks to the IT work of the magical Marshall Major. 💪


Before we get too deep into January, we must acknowledge our current President and her December Birthday.
Cheers, Nancy Denniston! Happy (very) belated to you! 🥳


Another year has come to a close with thoughtful sharing of the annual year-in-review question: "What has become clear to you in 2022?"

Answers are always profound, heartfelt, and inspiring!

Meetings are adjourned for the holidays. See everyone in 2023!


Great meeting today with TWO fantastic speakers.

We heard a speech on inter-generational trauma from long-term member Megan Strawsine Carney and a "get-to-know-me" speech from brand-new member Lauren!

Well done, ladies!


What fun and festive drinks were sampled at last night's happy hour!🍷🍸🥃🥂☕️

We are trying new places to meet and keeping ourselves warm this winter with laughter, good cheer, and the company of our eclectic friends. 🥰


We had a full meeting last week with an extended round of table topics.

Tyrone brought the fire and fun with questions that kept us on our toes - some pulled out of a bag and some written on a ball!

Lumuli took home the table topics award. 🤩


It's a Table Topics trifecta for Lana!

Go, Lana! 🥳


Congratulations to Beth Williams!!!


I took over as Area Director of F2 mid Toastmaster year (July-June) December 2020. I continued to serve Area F2 into the following Toastmasters year, ending in June 2022.

Being an Area Director made me a better President to my club and a better communicator. It was a beautiful experience.

Thank you to the members of F2. ❤️❤️❤️


Today's meeting was thoughtful, engaging, inspiring, and interactive with a great turnout that included guests both online and in person.

How Awesome! 🥳


Happy birthday to our Marvelous Megan! 🥳 🎉 🎈


Happiest of birthdays to our dear Bipasha Barman! 🎈


Eclectic Voices is pleased to welcome 2 new members!

Today, Lana and Jake were inducted into the club.

Welcome, guys ~ get ready to have some fun! 🥳 ⭐️


New member Lana grabbed our heartstrings today as she shared stories of her mother who lived to be 106 due largely to her insatiable curiosity for life. 🤩 💖 Congrats on your first Table Topics win, Lana!

Photos from Toastmasters Eclectic Voices's post 11/04/2022

Last week's happy hour was not merely happy, it was absolutely hilarious!

This group has so much fun together. 🥰


We had a tie last week for our table topics round.

Congrats to Jeff & Jake!


Yesterday's meeting was full of great ideas about what we can control about the present in order to positively impact our future.

We were thrilled to welcome two new in-person guests - Jake and Christopher - who will soon become new members! Woot, woot!

Last but not least, Stephanie Mullani won the table topics round for her ideas about remaining open-minded and receptive when changes are taking place in our lives.


Last week's meeting was one of those rare ones where the stars aligned the speeches and table topics merged into a magical hour best summarized as:

Love each other.
Look out for your fellow human beings.
Help each other.
Be the one who restores someone else's faith in humanity.

Bravo to Alina for sharing her Ice Breaker speech with us about being helped by strangers when she emigrated from Russia. We needed tissues for that one.

And kudos to Beth for delivering her- 6th(?) Ice Breaker on escaping an abusive situation with a little help from a human angel of her own.

I can't vouch for all humans, but as for the humans in Eclectic Voices, well... They're pretty awesome!

Photos from Toastmasters Eclectic Voices's post 10/13/2022

Lumuli and Andy were among our most recent table topics winners. Great job, guys!! 🥳 🤩 🥳

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