Experience how you can become a confident speaker and leader
OPEN HOUSE: Wednesday, November 20, 12 – 1 pm
Canyon Park Echoes is hosting a public open house for people who want to improve their speaking and leadership skills, including helping to advance proficiency in English as a second language (ESL).We’ll have special speakers and snacks at the event. Everyone interested is welcome. There is no cost to attend.
Improve speaking skills and learn to structure a speech
Build confidence in front of an audience or camera
Advance your English (ESL) proficiency
Learn to think (and speak) on-your-feet
Grow as a leader
Our members come from diverse backgrounds. Reasons for joining the club range from improving presentation skills at work, advancing on-camera speaking skills for social media, becoming more comfortable when speaking English, and simply focusing on self-improvement.
We’ll see you there! If you have questions, send an email (address to the right).
Canyon Park Echoes Toastmasters Club achieved Distinguished Club status for 2018 – 2019. The club met the ten goals for success, including a focus on education, membership, training, and administration. Congratulations to all of our dedicated members. We did it! #Toastmasters #bothelltoastmasters
Canyon Park Echoes Toastmaster, Kate Ananson, Wins 2019 District 2 Evaluation Contest
Canyon Park Echoes Toastmaster, Kate Ananson, secured our club’s first-ever District Level Trophy at the 2019 District 2 Evaluation Spring Contest.
Kate bested her competitors, earning first place for all of the 197 Toastmasters clubs in District 2!
During the contest, Kate observed a 5-7 minute speech, analyzed the speaker and speech, composed her evaluation, and then presented her 2-3 minute evaluation speech.
As a first-time competitor, Kate extolled her experience, “Competing at this year’s District Conference as an evaluator was such a great experience! I was nervous, but in typical Toastmasters style, immediately found that everyone around me was wonderful and supportive. Listening to the opening and keynote speakers was incredibly valuable, as was hearing the best-of-the-best speakers from around our District. This being my first conference, I had no idea what to expect going in, but I am so excited to attend next year’s Conference!”
Congratulations on a job well done, Kate. Canyon Park Echoes Toastmasters are proud of your accomplishment.
Canyon Park Echoes Toastmasters club, based in Bothell, WA, had a presence at the Division E International Speech Contest. CPE member, Deependra, delivered a humor-based speech that made the audience laugh.
We are so PROUD to have Deependra representing CPE at the Division level.