For 20 years, the Pantex Lunch Bunch Club has been working to develop the gift of gab.
Recently, the members of the Toastmasters International club gathered at Pantex to celebrate two decades of learning to be better speakers and better leaders. About 20 members, including three who were there for the founding of the club, celebrated the achievement.
The club started in 1993 as a way to create a Pantex speaker’s bureau. Members worked to develop better presentation skills to represent Pantex at other sites and in the community. Over the years, more than 100 Pantexans passed through the organization, improving their public speaking skills by creating speeches and presentations for other members. Many of the participants advanced to area, division, district and regional Toastmasters competitions. About the photo: Toastmasters District Governor T.K. O’Geary presents a certificate commemorating 20 years to members of the Pantex Lunch Bunch Club Melissa Phifer and Roger Coffey.