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District 56 Distinguished Clubs

2020-2021 President's Distinguished Clubs
1960 North Houston Toastmasters Club
Aggie Toastmasters
American General Toastmasters
ANICO Articulators Toastmasters Club
Aspen Tech Houston Toastmasters
Big Red Toastmasters
Blue Frog Toastmasters Club
Boeing Club
C & F Leaders Club
Cane Island Path Blazers Toastmasters
Cheniere Toastmasters Club
Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Toastmasters
Clear Lake Communicators Club
Conroe Speaks Club
Cy-Fair Super Speakers Club
Daybreakers Toastmasters Club
Deerwood Toastmasters Club
Determined To Master Speaking
Diamond Club
Dining Out Toastmasters Club
Find Your Voice Toastmasters
Firm Speakers Toastmasters Club
Frankly Speaking Toastmasters
Greenway Plaza Toastmasters
Houston Galleria Project Management
HP Houston Toastmasters Club
Katy Toastmasters Club
Market Street Toastmasters
Medically Speaking Toastmasters Club
Mente Abierta
Missouri City Toastmasters
Pasadena Toastmasters
Pathways of Professional Speakers
Pensadores de Houston
Pensadores Northwest
Post Oak Toastmasters 
Professionally Speaking Singles Toastmasters Club
Rising Stars Toastmasters (formerly Financially Speaking)
Silver Tongue Club
Southwest Project Management
Spring Ahead Speakers Toastmasters Club
Spirited Speech Masters
Successfully Speaking Toastmasters Club
Sugar Land Toastmasters
Sweet Talkers
Talking Bull Club
THE Tomball Toastmasters
True Blue Talkers
UHCL Toastmasters
UTHealth Speaks!
VNS Voices Toastmasters Club
Weatherford Talks Toastmasters Club
Westhollow Club
West Pearland Toastmasters
Woodlands Lakeside Toastmasters Club
Woodlands Toastmasters Club
Word Doctors Toastmasters Club
Young Professionals Southeast Toastmasters
2020-2021 Select Distinguished Clubs
A+ Toastmasters 
JETS Communicators
League City Toastmasters
Memorial City Toastmasters
Mid-Pearland Toastmasters
Outspoken Club
Pearland Toastmasters Club
Phillips 66 HQ Toastmasters Club 
2020-2021 Distinguished Clubs
Alvin Toastmasters Club
Exxonmobil Houston Campus Toastmasters Club
Heights Toastmasters Club
Hess Explorers Toastmasters 
Power Brokers
South Main Speakers Club

What is the Distinguished Club Program (DCP)?

The Distinguished Club Program serves as the starting point for the District Recognition Program, which encompasses the Distinguished Area, Division and District programs.

Distinguished Club Program at a Glance

Each club executive committee — which includes all seven officers and the immediate past president — develops a Distinguished Club Program and Club Success Plan  based on the needs and goals of club members.  The goals of these programs are based on Distinguished clubs. 
Each clubs’ success is critical to the success of areas, divisions and districts.

How does the program work?

The Distinguished Club Program is an annual program, running from July 1 through June 30 that recognizes club achievements in education, membership growth, club leadership and club communication.  The program consists of 10 goals for your club to obtain, using the Club Success Plan as your guide.

Any club member can track how their club is doing in the Distinguished Club Program by visiting the Dashboard on the Toastmasters International website.  To help keep track of your progress toward these goals throughout the year, updated reports are posted daily on the Toastmasters International website at http://www.toastmasters.org/distinguishedperformancereports.

At year-end, the number of goals the club achieved is calculated. Based on the goals met and whether or not the qualifying requirement has been met, the club may be recognized as a Distinguished, Select Distinguished or President’s Distinguished Club.

What are the qualifying requirements?

A qualifying requirement is a prerequisite or prior condition for participation in the program. If a qualifying requirement is not met, your club may not earn Distinguished recognition even if all of its goals are met. To be eligible for recognition, a club must be in good standing and must meet the qualifying requirement of having either 20 members or a net growth of at least five new members as of June 30. Transfer and honorary members do not count toward the qualifying requirement.

What are the Distinguished Club Program goals?

There are ten goals that serve as targets to help each club become a quality, sustainable club.

01. Four Level 1 awards achieved

02. Two Level 2 awards achieved

03. Two more Level 2 achieved

04. Two Level 3 awards achieved

05. One Level 4, Level 5, or DTM award achieved

06. One more Level 4, Level 5, or DTM award achieved

07. Four new, dual, or reinstating members

08. Four more new, dual, or reinstating members

09. A minimum of four club officers trained during each of the two training periods

10.On-time payment of membership dues accompanied by the names of eight members (at least three of whom must be renewing members) for one period and on-time submission of one club officer list

What are the recognition levels my club can earn?

Achieve five of 10 goals

Distinguished Club

Achieve seven of 10 goals

Select Distinguished Club

Achieve nine of 10 goals

President's Distinguished Club

DISTRICT CLUB

CLUB SPONSOR

A Club Sponsor is appointed to help get a new club through the chartering process.

DISTRICT CLUB

Club MENTOR

A Club Mentor is an appointed advisor for a newly formed club.

DISTRICT CLUB

CLUB COACH

A Club Coach establishes a rapport with an existing club facing challenges prior to becoming their advisor.

PROGRAMS

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District 56 Distinguished Clubs

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Aggie Toastmasters
ANICO Articulators Toastmasters Club
Big Red Toastmasters
Blue Frog Toastmasters Club
Cheniere Toastmasters Club
Cy-Fair Super Speakers Club
Determined To Master Speaking
Dining Out Toastmasters Club
Find Your Voice Toastmasters
HP Houston Toastmasters Club
Katy Toastmasters Club
Medically Speaking Toastmasters Club
Missouri City Toastmasters
Pensadores de Houston
Pensadores Northwest
Professionally Speaking Singles Toastmasters Club
Southwest Project Management
Spring Ahead Speakers Toastmasters Club
Successfully Speaking Toastmasters Club
Sugar Land Toastmasters
Sweet Talkers
Talking Bull Club
THE Tomball Toastmsaters
True Blue Talkers
West Pearland Toastmasters
Woodlands Toastmasters Club
American General Toastmasters
Aspen Tech Houston Toastmasters
Diamond Club
Firm Speakers Toastmasters Club
Spirited Speech Masters
VNS Voices Toastmasters Club
Weatherford Talks Toastmasters Club
Word Doctors Toastmasters Club
A+ Toastmasters
JETS Communicators
Power Brokers
Memorial City Toastmasters
UTHealth Speaks!

What is the Distinguished Club Program (DCP)?

The Distinguished Club Program serves as the starting point for the District Recognition Program, which encompasses the Distinguished Area, Division and District programs.

Distinguished Club Program at a Glance

Each club executive committee — which includes all seven officers and the immediate past president — develops a Distinguished Club Program and Club Success Plan  based on the needs and goals of club members.  The goals of these programs are based on Distinguished clubs. 
Each clubs’ success is critical to the success of areas, divisions and districts.

How does the program work?

The Distinguished Club Program is an annual program, running from July 1 through June 30 that recognizes club achievements in education, membership growth, club leadership and club communication.  The program consists of 10 goals for your club to obtain, using the Club Success Plan as your guide.

Any club member can track how their club is doing in the Distinguished Club Program by visiting the Dashboard on the Toastmasters International website.  To help keep track of your progress toward these goals throughout the year, updated reports are posted daily on the Toastmasters International website at http://www.toastmasters.org/distinguishedperformancereports.

At year-end, the number of goals the club achieved is calculated. Based on the goals met and whether or not the qualifying requirement has been met, the club may be recognized as a Distinguished, Select Distinguished or President’s Distinguished Club.

What are the qualifying requirements?

A qualifying requirement is a prerequisite or prior condition for participation in the program. If a qualifying requirement is not met, your club may not earn Distinguished recognition even if all of its goals are met. To be eligible for recognition, a club must be in good standing and must meet the qualifying requirement of having either 20 members or a net growth of at least five new members as of June 30. Transfer and honorary members do not count toward the qualifying requirement.

What are the Distinguished Club Program goals?

There are ten goals that serve as targets to help each club become a quality, sustainable club.

01. Four Level 1 awards achieved

02. Two Level 2 awards achieved

03. Two more Level 2 achieved

04. Two Level 3 awards achieved

05. One Level 4, Level 5, or DTM award achieved

06. One more Level 4, Level 5, or DTM award achieved

07. Four new, dual, or reinstating members

08. Four more new, dual, or reinstating members

09. A minimum of four club officers trained during each of the two training periods

10.On-time payment of membership dues accompanied by the names of eight members (at least three of whom must be renewing members) for one period and on-time submission of one club officer list

What are the recognition levels my club can earn?

Achieve five of 10 goals

Distinguished Club

Achieve seven of 10 goals

Select Distinguished Club

Achieve nine of 10 goals

President's Distinguished Club

DISTRICT CLUB

CLUB SPONSOR

A Club Sponsor is appointed to help get a new club through the chartering process.

DISTRICT CLUB

Club MENTOR

A Club Mentor is an appointed advisor for a newly formed club.

DISTRICT CLUB

CLUB COACH

A Club Coach establishes a rapport with an existing club facing challenges prior to becoming their advisor.

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