Caribbean Pearls Toastmasters Club Commemorates Anguilla Toastmasters Club’s 11th Anniversary | SOUALIGA NEWSDAY

SINT MAARTEN/ANGUILLA - In a remarkable demonstration of unity and support, members of Caribbean Pearls Toastmasters Club, led by President Maria Eduardo, embarked on a journey from St. Martin to Anguilla to celebrate the Anguilla Toastmasters Club's 11th anniversary. The event, spanning from April 12th to 14th, 2024, not only marked a significant milestone but also served as a catalyst for team building and strengthening bonds within the Toastmasters community. 

Accompanying the Caribbean Pearls delegation were Division I Director, Valeska Laurant, and District 81 Administration Manager, Melissa Harrison Grinuva. Their presence emphasized the interconnectedness and collaborative spirit that define Toastmasters International. 

In the words of Ralph C. Smedley, the founder of Toastmasters International, "We learn best in moments of enjoyment." This celebration encapsulated the essence of Toastmasters—a journey of growth, learning, and enjoyment shared among peers and mentors. 

Caribbean Pearls Toastmasters Club extends heartfelt congratulations to President Susan Hodge, the entire Executive Board, and members of the Anguilla Toastmasters Club on this momentous occasion. Together, we reaffirm our commitment to nurturing leaders, empowering individuals, and building stronger communities. 

For those eager to embark on their personal and professional development journey, we invite you to join a Toastmasters club near you. Beyond honing communication and leadership skills, Toastmasters offers a supportive environment for forging lasting connections and experiencing the joy of growth together. 

Join us in celebrating the spirit of Toastmasters—where every journey begins with a single step, and every step is taken alongside supportive friends and mentors. 

For inquiries or membership information, please contact Caribbean Pearls Toastmasters Club at their Facebook page “Caribbean Pearls Toastmasters club”, or at


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