About District 123
Our Mission is to build new clubs and support all clubs in achieving excellence.
District 123 History
District 123 is a “child” of both Districts 60 and 86 in Ontario. July 1, 2008, District 60 split into Districts 60 and 86. July 1, 2021, District 60 and 86 combined and split into 3: Districts 60, 86 and 123. Historical reformation documents are available here in both .pdf and .xlsx formats. District 123 represents approximately 164 clubs from Cochrane District in the North, Algoma District, Manitoulin Island, city of Sudbury, town of Parry Sound, municipality of Muskoka, Simcoe County, Dufferin County, cities of Caledon and Brampton in the West, counties of Durham, Northumberland and Prince Edward, city of Toronto – west Region of Peel county border, north of High 401, east of Highway 403, north of Eastgate Parkway, east Peel county border, north of Dixon Road, east of Scarlett Road, north of Lawrence Avenue to Pickering border in the South, county of Lennox and Addington, Hastings, Nipissing, and Timiskaming in the North East and all areas between these borders within the centre of Ontario, Canada.
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How District 123 serves its members
As a district, we help our clubs by providing support that enable them to achieve their mission.
A Toastmasters club mission is to provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.
District leaders provide training opportunities for club officers, workshops on leadership and communication for members, support for club growth initiatives and so much more.
The graphic below shows the organization and the support each level provides. Notice that members are at the top of the list? That’s because it is the member experience that matters most.
What Happens At A Meeting?
Wondering what a Toastmasters meeting is like? Every club has its own energy and agenda, but here’s what an average club meeting is like.