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Hidde, Harris win Toastmasters awards

Area Toastmasters governors Cindy Hidde (Area 61) of Jenkins and Marji Harris (Area 62) of Breezy Point recently received Prairie Division Game Changer (GC) Awards for their collaborative effort as area 61 and 62 governors.

Cindy Hidde, left, and Marji Harris receive Prairie Division Game Changer Awards from Raymond Norton, Toastmasters International District 6, Prairie Division Governor. Submitted Photo
Cindy Hidde, left, and Marji Harris receive Prairie Division Game Changer Awards from Raymond Norton, Toastmasters International District 6, Prairie Division Governor. Submitted Photo
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Area Toastmasters governors Cindy Hidde (Area 61) of Jenkins and Marji Harris (Area 62) of Breezy Point recently received Prairie Division Game Changer (GC) Awards for their collaborative effort as area 61 and 62 governors.

They worked together to host a Guest Night event for the Out of Towners Toastmasters Club in Pequot Lakes, among many other collaborative efforts.

The GC Award is presented to individuals who inspire and motivate others to be their very best. Recipients lead by example and convey a sincere interest in helping other Toastmasters develop their communication and leadership skills.

Hidde and Harris have embodied the spirit of the GC Award throughout their terms as area governors, working together as a team.

The Out of Towners Toastmasters Club meets at 7 p.m. the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at the Pequot Lakes Library. All are welcome.

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