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Port City Toastmasters Visited By Area Governor

OSWEGO, NY – Toastmasters Area 7 Governor Kelvin P. Ringold Sr. visited members of Port City Toastmasters.

Vice President Steve Juravich, President George A. Reed, Area Governor Kelvin P. Ringold Sr., William F. Pittsley and Ginny Stamm.

From left are: Vice President Steve Juravich, President George A. Reed, Area Governor Kelvin P. Ringold Sr., William F. Pittsley and Ginny Stamm.

This was his official visit to Oswego.

A meeting was held at President Rev. George A. Reed, DTM’s home.

Plans for an open sample meeting of the public speaking organization were discussed.

Governor Ringold discussed the Area 7 Speech contest that is to be held at Baldwinsville Public Library on March 5 at 10:30 a.m.

If you would like to improve your speaking skills consider joining Toastmasters.

Contact Reed at 216-4266.

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