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Happy Idul Fitri 1432H and Joyful Lebaran 2011 Holidays

On behalf of Jakarta Lions Toastmaster Club, all Excos and members would like to send our blissful regards to those of you who celebrate Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1432H, and Joyful long Lebaran holidays to those of fellows who don’t celebrate.

Hope to see you all again at our JLTC meeting by Thursday, 8th September 2011.

Being Happy With All Of You,
JLTC Excos & Members For Period of July 2011-June 2011

Dewi Oni / President
Herwin Limindra / VPEducation
Michael Romero / VPMembership
Marki Moeljono / VPublic Relation
Maria Megawati / Secretary
Yendy M.Wijaya /Treasurer
Evi Suriyadi / Sergeant At Arm


August 29, 2011 Posted by | Readers' Interactions | 3 Comments


The term prime time at in the context of Radio or TV program is defined as the daypart (block of a day’s programming schedule) with the most viewers and where television networks and local stations usually reap much of their advertising revenues.  Most people tend to watch television at prime time because they get tired when reaching home after a day’s work or studying.  For this reason,  the high ratings are given for TV programming at this time and become an attractive timeslot for advertisers. So, we could conclude that people love prime time!

On Thursday, 21st July 2011, JLTC meeting was also considered as prime time  since we had 11 people coming to the meeting, including distinguished guest Mr. Fasrul. All attendants enjoyed the fun table topic session and  various, interesting prepared speeches. The theme of the meeting was “Effective Communication Is The Prime Aspect of Leadership” and the WOD  was “Prime” (adj: Best / Most Important).  So, it was indeed a “Prime” time meeting.




Bravo for the following speakers at prepared speech session:

1. TM Yendy with speech title “Chinese Made Easy”  from BM#2.

If you want to learn Chinese and think that it is difficult, just contact TM Yendy and she has the solution for you.  Only TM Yendy who could made Chinese to become easy in just 5 to 7 minutes that night. Fantastic!


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