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|Birthday – Children’s Party
Birthday – Teen’s Party
Birthday – Adult Party
Birthday – Senior
| Class Reunion
Business Reunion Bon Voyage Party
Welcome Home Party
Bachelor Party (Men)
Romance For Two
After Hours Party
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14 Steps for Being An Outstanding Master of Ceremonies
By: Allan Kaufman, DTM and Allan Misch, DTM
Step 1. Email all the participants at least a week before the meeting asking them to confirm and for the speakers to supply you with their introductions (see Step 7). Call those speakers that do not respond to your email at least 5 days before the meeting.
Step 2. Call the Impromptu Presentations Emcee and Evaluator Emcee three days before the meeting if they did not respond to the email.
Step 3. Ask the Evaluator Emcee to call the Speech Evaluators and Timer, Vote Counter, and Grammarian if your organization has these roles (only those that did not respond to the email) and get back to you so you can prepare the agenda.
Step 4. Usually, put the speakers in order of their experience/level, least experienced first.
Step 5. Assign Speech Evaluators so you have an experienced Speech Evaluator evaluate an advanced speaker.
Step 6. Print the agenda. Include the speaker’s qualification level after his/her name. Bring about 5 to 10 extra copies of the agenda (more than your total active membership) to the meeting. You should find the qualification levels on the master schedule.
Step 7. Ask the speakers to email their introductions to you, and to bring introductions to the meeting. The introductions should include their program manual speech number assignment, the purpose of the speech, something about them, the timing for the speech and the title of the speech. Refer to our article Two Powerful Techniques for Introducing a Speaker.
Step 8. Bring your introduction to the meeting for your organization’s club/chapter president to introduce you.
Step 9. Prepare remarks that explain to guests how your program works, including the main parts of the program. However, rather than going into a lot of detail about each part, allow the Impromptu Presentations Emcee and the Evaluator Emcee to fully explain their parts when they are at the lectern.
Step 10. Arrive early to the meeting, distribute the agendas, and finish any last minute details, including any needed changes, subtractions, or additions to the program.
Step 11. Be sure to mention any changes to the program so members and guests can adjust their agendas.
Step 12. Always lead the applause before and after you introduce anyone. Remain in front until you turn control of the lectern to the person you introduce.
Step 13. Ask for the vote (if your organization does that) if the Impromptu Presentations Emcee or Evaluator Emcee forgets to ask for the vote for Best Impromptu Presentation Speaker or Best Evaluator.
Step 14. Thank everyone for participating and then return control of the meeting to your presiding officer.
A wedding mc’s duties will normally include:
1. welcoming the guests to the reception;
2. introducing the parents of the bride and groom and the bridal party;
3. announcing the arrival of the bride and groom;
4. introducing the speakers, and thanking them afterwards;
5. reading any telegrams of congratulations;
6. inviting the happy couple to cut the wedding cake;
6. raising a toast to the bride and groom;
8. inviting the happy couple to take the floor for the first dance of the evening;
9. encouraging all the other guests to take to the dance floor;
10. encouraging the guests to mix, this may include organizing some party games;
11. staging the throwing of the bridal bouquet;
12. organizing the farewell circle and any guard of honor;
13. announcing the departure of the bride and groom;
14. if wedding gifts have been on displaying at the reception, ensuring they’re all packed away; and
15. closing the evening by thanking everyone for coming and wishing them a safe journey home.