The Foothills Community Toastmasters Club will be giving “Recognition for Public Speaking and Leadership in service to our community” with an award that they are calling “Toast of the Town.” One award will go to Herrold Egger, retired LAPD, for his many years of dedication and support to our neighborhoods while serving in the LAPD.
Another award will go to Lloyd and Marlene Hitt for their numerous contributions in the founding and operating of many organizations that have contributed to our community.
“Toastmasters is here to help people improve their speaking and leadership skills,” said Dennis Nordstrom, president of Foothills Community Toastmasters Club. “We want to recognize those in our community who have been using these skills in service to us all. We plan to make the ‘Toast of the Town’ award be an annual award and that it will inspire others to do likewise.”
The awards will be given during the club’s second annual charter party on Monday, October 17 at the home of Marynance Schellenbach at 6635 Day Street in Tujunga, 91042. Potluck dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. with speeches and awards to follow.
The public is invited to attend at no charge. Please RSVP to the Toastmasters at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information about the Foothills Community Toastmasters Club may be found at the club’s Web site, www.meetup.com/FoothillsCommunity-ToastmastersMeetup.