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posted Sun June 28th 2015 @ 7:40 PM

Three... Two… One… Happy New Year!  As I write this we are three days away from the final days from being members of our Territorial Council to being members of a district and the start of the new Toastmaster Year.  We are also three days away from joining our new Toastmasters district families.  Members of the State of Alaska clubs will join the Western Washington family of District 32.  Members of Yukon Territory clubs will join the Canadian province of British Columbia to become a combined District 96 family. Read More »

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Yukon Alaska Council of Toastmasters Calendar - Upcoming Events
Local Time: Fri Jul 3 22:57:25 2015

Welcome to the YACT webpage!

Northern Outlook (YACT Newsletter):

YACT News:

Learn more about YACT joining larger Toastmasters families effective July 1, 2015 on the merger web page.  This merger opens up communication and leadership opportunities for our members beyond the council level.  Have a question?  Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.  Don't see an answer to your question?  Submit your question via our FAQ page.

Check out the following pages for more information:

Also check out the websites of our new district families:

All Future district events such as the 2015 Fall Conferece, Make-up Toastmasters Leadership Institute (TLI) aka club officer training, etc. - Information is available on the respective district websites

  • District 32 (Alaska and Western Washington)

    • Of note: Alaska Toastmasters Leadership Institute (TLI) Makeup aka Club Officer Training -- July 22.
    • Now that we are joining a district family, attendance at club officer training (TLI) is one of the club success goals our clubs need to complete to be recognized by Toastmasters International as a distinguished club.  To receive credit for your club success plan, at least four club officers need to attend both this training event and mid-year club officer training in January/February.
  • District 96 (Yukon Territory and British Columbia)

Club Deadlines and Reminders:

1. Beat the Clock Membership Drive: May 1 - June 30

  • Toastmasters are taught to run meetings on time, finish speeches on time and reach membership goals on time. In that spirit, "Beat the Clock" is a great motivator for finishing the year on schedule—on time and with record numbers!  Make it your club’s goal to earn the "Beat the Clock" award and encourage every member to take part.

    Clubs adding five new, dual or reinstated members with a join date between May 1 and June 30 receive a "Beat the Clock" ribbon to display on the club’s banner. Qualifying clubs also earn a special discount code for 10-percent off their next club order. (The discount code expires six months from the date of issue and is not valid with any other offer.)

    Applications and payments for members with a join date between May 1 and June 30 must be received at World Headquarters or online no later than June 30. The addition of transfer and charter members does not count toward “Beat the Clock” credit. 

2. Submit Your Club Officer List: No later than June 30th, 10:59PM AK Time

Start the New Program Year Strong!

Outgoing officers: Help your club earn Distinguished Club Program credit for the 2015–2016 program year by following these tips:

  • Encourage new club officers to sign up for district-sponsored Club Officer Training. Trained officers are better able to support their clubs.
  • Secretaries or any current club officer: Make sure to submit your club’s new officer list via Club Central by June 30.

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