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In the Optimist spirit of fun and community, the Canadian Children’s Optimist Foundation (CCOF) conducted a day full of activity for youth called “Future Shop Day.” The event was created with the assistance of District Foundation Representative Alain Métivier and conducted in the city of Sherbrooke, Quebec.
The President’s Club Member Luncheon has been held on July 4th. The event has highlighted the unveiling of the new painting for the year 2013-2014 with President-elect of the Canadian Children’s Optimist Foundation Duane Kelly, and President-elect of the Optimist International Foundation Karen Monville.
Click here to download the Application Form HOW CAN I APPLY? Please send the application form by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax 514.721.1104 Project must be submitted on the CCOF Club Grant application form. As such, the Club President must sign the application form. What is it? 4 grants of $ 500.00 per year […]CONTINUE READING →
Now arrived at its 14th edition, the annual hockey tournament is a joint project between the Optimist Club of Waterloo North and the Optimist Club of Conestogo-Winterbourne. This is a one day hockey tournament where teams challenge another team of similar calibre to a one-game showdown, with the winners claiming bragging rights. Even if you […]CONTINUE READING →
Ian Carter from Stoney Creek Club and Ted Simmonds, individual contributorsCONTINUE READING →
With the help of its numerous donators, the Optimist Club conducted the Physical Education Project this summer for a second year in a row. This project aims to promote a healthy lifestyle, wellbeing and physical activity. During the entire summer period, various physical activities were offered to youths lodging at the Centre jeunesse de Québec […]CONTINUE READING →
The SWONT District convention was held on September 12-14 at Oakwood Resort in Grand Bend, Ontario. It was the opportunity for the Optimist International President Ron Huxley to award Max Wood (Canadian Children’s Optimist Foundation Past President) with a medallion.CONTINUE READING →