For immediate release
November 22, 2022
Contact: Jackie Herbstritt
Phone: 814-781-3437

Leadership Elk & Cameron Honors Cory Straub, Elk County Toastmasters

The Community Education Center’s Leadership Elk & Cameron program (LEC) presented Cory Straub, President of Elk County Toastmasters with a Certificate of Appreciation and Service. Straub has volunteered his time to the LEC annual Communications session on every year since the beginning of the LEC in 2007. The only exception was the fall of 2020 when the regular LEC session was not held. This month’s session marked the fifteenth year that Straub has provided valuable tips and guidance on public speaking and listening skills.
Elk County Toastmasters has been a local active club for decades. Toastmasters Clubs across the world provide individuals with the opportunity to develop communication and leadership skills in a supportive and friendly environment. “Our local region is very lucky to have an active Club with very distinguished speakers, including Cory Straub; that is rare for small rural areas,” said Kate Brock, director of the Community Education Center which operates the LEC program. The Club meets twice a month in the evenings in Kersey. For more information about Elk County Toastmasters, contact Cory Straub at 814-335-3203.
The goals of Leadership Elk & Cameron are to increase community awareness and understanding, provide opportunities for collaborative leadership and relationship building, and to foster and promote civic readiness.
More information on the Leadership program can be found at, or by contacting the CEC at (814) 781-3437.

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Cory Straub accepts a Certificate of Appreciation from Kate Brock.


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