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District 59 Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Monaco

District 95 Denmark, Germany, Norway, Sweden

District 107 Andorra, Portugal and Spain

District 108 Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland

District 109 Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Lichtenstein, FYR Macedonia, San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican City

District 110 Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Rep. of Moldova, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine

District U Undistricted Clubs in Europe

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About Our Club
Founded in 2017, Dacia Toastmasters is the first bilingual Romanian-English Club in Brussels.
Even if you do not speak Romanian, feel free to join the energic and vibrant meetings of the Club. 
The Toastmasters bilingual club development programme in Brussels is supported by the King Baudouin Foundation.

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District Contest Winners - Spring 2014 - Krakow, Poland
"Job well done" to all the contestants of the District 59 Spring Conference in Krakow!
And, an extra "Congratulations!" to those who placed in the top three of each contest:
International Speech Contest 2014:
1st Bernard Sarosi (club 5048, International Geneva TM Club, Geneva, Switzerland)
(Bernard has accepted to represent our district at the Semifinals to be held
this August at the International Convention in Kuala Lampur, Malasia)
2nd Gabriella Opaz (club 965761, Oporto TM Club, Senhora da Hora, Portugal)
3rd Vera Orac (club 765092, Prague Speakers Club, Praha, Czech Republic)
English Evaluation Contest 2014:
1st Bernard Sarosi (club 5048, International Geneva TM Club, Geneva, Switzerland)
2nd Bob Mohl (club 3230, Toastmasters of Paris, Paris, France)
3rd Sangbreeta Moitra (club 1550131, Leiden Toastmasters, Leiden, Netherlands)

German Speech Contest 2014:
1st Alexander Lang (club 1022848, Karlsruher Redeclub e.V., Karlsruhe, Germany)
2nd Mel Kelly (club Munich Prostmasters TM Club, Munich, Germany)
3rd Mark Alder (club 1833930, Rethorik Club Winterthur, Winterthur, Switzerland)

German Evaluation Contest 2014:
1st Lars Sudmann (club 3286, The Brussels TM Club, Brussels, Belgium)
2nd Steffen Grützki (club 5993, Speaker's Corner Muenchen TM Club, München, Germany)
3rd David Appel (club 9754, Cologne Toastmasters, Köln, Germany)

French Speech Contest 2014:
1st Gregory Berge (club 2753458, Le Cours des Mots, Aix en Provence, France)
2nd Sophie Soulerin (club 1458076, ToastMasterCard Club, Waterloo, Belgium)
3rd Ben Parsons (club 2874, Esprit de Corps TM Club, Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

French Evaluation Contest 2014:
1st Carol Bausor (club 1850126, Lyon Toastmasters Unlimited, Villeurbanne, France)
2nd Ben Parsons (club 2874, Esprit de Corps TM Club, Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
(note: 4 participants so no third place announced)

(D59 Int'l Speech Contest prize holders: Bernard Sarosi, Gabriella Opaz and Vera Orac)

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