Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Tim Evans Advances to District Evaluation Contest

Tim Evans delivers during the
Division F Evaluation contest
Representing the WWJS Toastmasters club in Lubbock, Texas, Tim Evans won the Division F Evaluation contest on Saturday, October 5, 2013.  

Tim, also a member of the Downtown Toastmasters club in Lubbock, won the District 44 Evaluation contest in Fall 2006 when Lubbock was a part of District 44.  Tim is now going for his second District trophy.


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