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Sue Orzell Wins International Speech Contest

BALDWINSVILLE, NY – Toastmasters International District 65, Area 7, held its annual International Speech contest at the Baldwinsville Library on Saturday.

Winner Sue Orzell, center, is joined by Area 7 Governor Kelvin Ringold, Eastern Division Governor Scott Lenard, District Governor of Education Stephanie Siuda, and District Governor Loraine Mott.
Winner Sue Orzell, center, is joined by Area 7 Governor Kelvin Ringold, Eastern Division Governor Scott Lenard, District Governor of Education Stephanie Siuda, and District Governor Loraine Mott.

The contest is the first step in a long journey to the World Championship of Public Speaking sponsored by Toastmasters International.

To become one of the best of the best in public speaking join your local Toastmasters club and qualify to take the exciting adventure.

Public speaking is becoming more and more difficult and those with good communication skills have a major advantage in today’s world.

Contact George A. Reed if you would like to improve your communication skills at (315) 216-4266.

Sue Orzell won this year’s local contest and was presented with the 60-year-old trophy that has all its past winners’ names inscribed on it.

James McEntire won the Tall Tales Contest.