Past President’s Comment(2004-2005)

Kazuko Iwatsuki

Why did I become a member of KeyForce Toastmasters Club? It all happened when the founder of the club, Ann Sado Honjo asked me, “Would you like to be a member of KeyForce Toastmasters Club?” “What is KeyForce TMC? “What’s that? “ This was my first encounter with KeyForce Toastmasters Club. Why did I join the club? One main reason was I wanted to be a better English speaker in front of people. I was not good especially at intonation and pauses. Besides, of course, I wanted to brush up English too.

Did I change after joining the club? I’ve got used to speaking in front of people.
Can you believe this? At the beginning, I became very nervous, but gradually I was getting better. I would like to believe so.
The best part is not only speaking English but also acquiring leadership and communication skills.
I realized this was possible especially after I became an officer and the President, I realized when I got members’ advice and assistance and I was energized and empowered by their warm support. Believe me, KeyForce members are always friendly and warm hearted, and speak, laugh and eat a lot. (Believe me again!)

By becoming a member of KeyForce Toastmasters Club, I’m sure I will be richly rewarded with friendship. By getting used to speaking in front of an audience, you will become a good leader in the club and in your company or any places where you belong to. Besides our club is very diversified from young to old, no, no I should say middle aged, men and women, working for foreign or Japanese companies from so called “career women” to a doctor and self employed or people running their own business. Also members include Japanese and foreign people, such as French and American.. The membership is very diversified and fun

Hope you can visit us and see for yourself what is going on in our club.
I am looking forward to seeing you at our next meeting soon.

Founder Ann Sado Honjo’s Message

KeyForce Club Brochure 2004

TM Karen Okano All-Japan Toastmasters speech contest 2002
TM Tommy Shimoyama Div. B Humorous Speech Contest
TM Tommy Shimoyama Div. B Humorous Speech Contest
Div. B Evaluation Speech Contest
2003
TM.Ann Sado Honjo
・First Prize Speech ( 3.14 04 )
・2nd prize speech ( 4.22 04 )
Div. B Speech Contest & All Japan National Speech Contest 2004
KeyFortune Div. B Speech Contest 2004


Toastmasters International District 76 Spring Conference

Past President’s Comment(2003-2004)

Masako Kuroda

In November 2001 I joined Key Force TMC. When I visited this club for the first time I was a bit surprised because there were some male members attending the meeting. I never expected Key Force to have any male members but believed it should be all women’s Toastmasters Club. But after joining, I realized that woman’s leadership is one of the missions at Key Force Toastmasters Club. It does not mean just having women in the Club, but woman’s leadership enlightens, inspires and uplifts all club members regardless of gender.

Furthermore it became more obvious after I was given the chance to have leadership as a club president since last July. Every member is very cooperative with strong teamwork, which supports me greatly to fulfill the leadership of presidency. As you can see in our club mission statement we always provide every member the support to develop communication and leadership skill in open-minded, cooperative and inspiring environment. Everyone has a chance to develop not only the communication skill but also the leadership skill at Key Force Toastmasters Club and to enjoy it. I am now fully learning and enjoying together with all the members.

Please visit our club and you would see at once what I am saying here.

I look forward to seeing you at our meeting.