Global Toastmasters Club holds First meeting ‘Eid Milan’ in Jubail

Global Toastmasters Club holds First meeting ‘Eid Milan’ in Jubail

Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia: Friday, July 7th, 2017 was the day of celebration for well-known and reputed Global Toastmasters Club members and their families. The Global Members gathered to celebrate its First meeting of the term titled ‘Eid Milan’ with the New Executive Committee and members. The proceedings began at 7:00 pm.

The first meeting was a whopping success. This was an Eid Milan meeting in Mortco where celebration and education went together. With three advanced speeches, a milestone speech of TM Jeyasankar, 4 new inductions and an attendance of more than 50 members, took the meeting to new heights.

The meeting was opened by SAA TM Syed Abbas who read out the mission of TMI. He then introduced the Presiding Officer President Uzma Siddiqui. She welcomed the members and their family and gave a short glimpse into what the future meetings shall comprise of. She introduced the entire Excom and then introduced the vibrant and dynamic TMOD, DTM Aziz Siddiqui. He then introduced the team of the evening who were:

Word master & Grammarian – DTM Asif Siddiqui, General Evaluator- DTM Safare Mohammed, Timer- TM Ibrahim, Table topic master- MTM Saadia Siddiqui, Vote counter- TM Khalid Siddiqui.

The speakers and their evaluators were:- TM Jeya Sankar ACB 10 evaluated by TM Huzaiffa M Warorawalla, TM Abdul Rahim-ACS1 evaluator- TM Abul Khasim, TM Nagu Arasu ACG, evaluator – DTM Shameer Ahmed Kudroli And the table topics evaluated by TM Mesfer Syeed.

The winner of prepared speech was TM Abdul Rahim. The winner of Table topics was a tie between MTM Zareen Abbas and MTM Madhura and Best Evaluator was DTM Shameer Ahmed Kudroli.

Four members were inducted. TM Rajendra Singh, TM Nilesh, MTM Madhura and MTM Zareen Abbas who showcased their speaking skills in table topics.

The milestone cake was cut by TM Jeyasankar with family and the meeting was adjourned for dinner.

A memorable evening of fun, celebration and education. Dress code for the meeting was ‘your Eid attire’.

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