Club Member Resources

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AAS Meeting Script/Outline

This document is an outline of how the meeting should be conducted. Not quite a script, but pivotal to running the meeting properly. A Toastmaster or General Evaluator should download the Word version and add relevant introductions and information for the various parts.

AAS Meeting Agenda

This document is the basis of the meeting agenda. You need to change the people filling the roles. You also need to change the Word of the day in the left sidebar. The Grammarian and Ah-Counter roles have been merged. When they are broken out they need to be separated. Speech names and manuals should be used and the “fill in the black” method only used when you don’t know the information.

AAS Word Of The Day

The single flyer with the word of the day on it. It uses Apple Keynote and Microsoft PowerPoint.

AAS Log Sheets

Log sheets for Ah-Counter, Grammarian, and Timer. It also contains the Guest Sign-In sheet. You should not have to print these out for meetings, that is the responsibility of the Sergeant At Arms.

Log Sheets [PDF]

AAS Award Sheets

Awards for Best Speaker, Best Table Topics, and Best Evaluator.

Awards [PDF]

There are 4 to a sheet. 2 Best Table Topics, 1 Best Speaker, 1 Best Evaluator.

AAS Evaluation Sheets

Mini-evaluation sheets for speakers. These are the ones we give to everyone in the audience and are filled out for 1 minute after the speech.

Pathways evaluations should be printed by the speaker.

Evaluation Forms [PDF]

There are 3 to a page and they need to be cut apart.

Membership Application

This application includes the special payment page for using our Square store.