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Hope you can put tomorrow (9/20)’s Toastmasters event in Emeryville on the Event calendar: 5:45pm at Chevy’s. All welcome. Improve your communication skills.
I’ll add a “Community” section within Resources and include a link to your page. Feel free to post reminders on the FB fanpage. It will show up in the condensed feed on the Homepage.
Thanks for posting the Toastmasters link! The City of Emeryville is offering for the first time a class in Communication Skills this winter. Please let me know if a blurb about this could be posted on the blog. I bet many residents think the city’s “activity guide” is just exercise classes or outings for teens and seniors.