Club Meeting Agenda for 8 July 2020

Dear Sherwood Town Criers and Honored Guests,

Welcome to our Club Meeting!

Please confirm your roles with our Toastmaster of the Day for our next Sherwood Town Criers Toastmasters Club #589207 Meeting Wed. 8 July 2020. 

We look forward to seeing you there!

Next Meeting of Sherwood Town Criers Toastmasters Club #589207

Wednesday, 6:30 pm, 8 July 2020

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Meeting ID: 854 329 544
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Meeting starts at 7 pm promptly. Ends at 8 pm Pacific Time
Please come early to check your equipment and chat with everyone.

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Sherwood Town Criers Toastmasters Club #589207 Meeting Agenda

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Best regards!
Steve J Davis, DTM, Vice President of Education
Sherwood Town Criers Toastmasters Club #589207

Our Meeting Theme: Buck Moon: 1st Full Moon of Summer

    Buck Moon Rising 1 July 2020 10:18 pm Oregon, USA. Copyright 2020 by Steve J Davis

6 July 2020, 2:55 am, Oregon. Moon is setting, with Jupiter to the right, and Saturn above. Handheld, didn’t have time to set a longer lens or use the tripod. Clouds moved in quickly! Copyright 2020 by Steve J Davis

Time and Date: Buck Moon 2020

The Old Farmers Almanac: Full Moon July 2020

“Forget the fireworks! This year, watch the full Buck Moon rise on the 4th of July instead! Find out why July’s full Moon is called the Buck Moon and learn about the penumbral eclipse that will occur on this date.


Full Buck Moon on the 4th

July’s full Moon will rise after sunset in the evening of Saturday, July 4, before reaching peak illumination at 12:44 A.M. Eastern Time on Sunday, July 5. Look towards the southeast to watch it rise above the horizon.  How fun for our bright satellite to join Independence Day fireworks in the night sky!

Consult our Moonrise and Moonset Calculator to see when the Buck Moon will be visible in your area!

Watch (Very) Closely for a Penumbral Eclipse

Like last month, this month’s full Moon brings with it a penumbral eclipse, which occurs when the Moon crosses through the faint outer edge of Earth’s shadow (the penumbra), making part of the Moon appear ever-so-slightly darker than usual. Unlike a full lunar or solar eclipse, the visual effect of a penumbral eclipse is usually so minimal that it can be difficult to perceive at all. For this eclipse, only a small portion of the Moon will cross into the penumbra, making it even more difficult to see.

This eclipse will be visible from most of North America, except in the northernmost regions of Canada and Alaska. It will begin at 11:04 P.M. EDT (8:04 P.M. PDT) on July 4 and end at 1:56 A.M. EDT on July 5 (10:56 P.M. PDT on July 4).

Learn more about eclipses and find out when the next one will be!


Traditionally, the full Moon in July is called the Buck Moon because a buck’s antlers are in full growth mode at this time. This full Moon was also known as the Thunder Moon because thunderstorms are so frequent during this month.”


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