Sozo Centre Youth Leadership Program - Thank You Letter

Posted by LP User on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 Under: Club News
Dear Verity, Carey and Two Oceans Toastmasters,

It is with great enthusiasm that we wish to express our appreciation to you for the amazing work you have done with the learners over the last eight weeks! The 10 Sozonites have learnt so much and have been truly inspired by you. They evidently had an enjoyable experience and will treasure this for a very long time.

As you are aware, one of the strategies of the Sozo Educentre is to expose the Sozonites to environments and ventures that would broaden their horizon and understanding of the world so as to inspire creativity, leadership and courage! Therefore, the Toastmasters Course has provided these Sozonites with this wonderful expressive opportunity that has greatly benefited their learning, creativity as well as their future ambitions!

Thank you once again for offering your time and giftings with the Sozonites with such passion and commitment. Your ability to build beautiful, friendly and nurturing relationships with the young people is so special. It was so encouraging to hear feedback of the amazing speeches conducted on the 23rd November, real testament of your patience and beautiful outpouring of your passion with the Sozonites! I am still in awe of how they honoured your time with them in a form of a gift that they solely took initiative on. They really valued and appreciated you!

We wish you everything of the very best and we are so thrilled to be partnering with you! We certainly look forward to connecting with you soon again.


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Please Note:

District 74
means the 9 countries of Toastmasters Southern Africa (approximately 125 clubs)

Division D means Namibia & the Western Cape of South Africa (approximately 30 clubs)

Area D1 means the 4 Toastmasters clubs in Fish Hoek, Tokai, Claremont & Newlands 




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