Coronado Club – October 25, 2017

October 25, 2017 The Optimist Club of Coronado an affiliate of Optimist International, California South District, was chartered September 28, 1970 with 26 members at the La Avenida Restaurant on Orange Avenue. A breakfast of eggs, sausage, hash browns, toast and coffee cost $0.99. President Don Crawford, Immediate Past President Jim Zoll President Elect Carla […]
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Optimists of Carlsbad – October 28, 2017

Hello Optimists and Friends!! We welcomed Reilly Cornwall (and her Mom, Lisa) from Girl Scout Troop 1130 to our meeting today.  Reilly is a senior at Sage Creek High School who is working on her Gold Award.  Reilly’s project is to raise awareness for youth homelessness from Carlsbad to San Diego and is working closely […]
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Optimist Club of Carlsbad – July 29, 2017

Hello Optimists and Friends!! Great turnout for Team Jeannie at Relay for Life earlier today!  Thank you to Skip, JT and Carol, Joe and Pat, Kevin, David, and Porama who showed up at Opening Ceremonies earlier today.  At this point, the Carlsbad – Encinitas Relay for Life has already brought in over $105,000 for cancer. […]
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Coronado Optimists – July 27, 2017

July 27, 2017 The Optimist Club of Coronado an affiliate of Optimist International, California South District, was chartered September 28, 1970 with 26 members at the La Avenida Restaurant on Orange Avenue. A breakfast of eggs, sausage, hash browns, toast and coffee cost $0.99. President Jim Zoll, Immediate Past President Diana Drummey President Elect Don […]
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Carlsbad Optimists – July 22, 2017

Hello Optimists and Friends!! What a fantastic turnout this morning at our meeting!! It was wonderful to see all of you! Thank you to everyone that contributed to the great discussion this morning!!!  I will be reviewing the index cards for all suggestions and will be sending a follow up email (within the weekend) to […]
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Coronado Optimists – July 20, 2017

 July 20, 2017 The Optimist Club of Coronado an affiliate of Optimist International, California South District, was chartered September 28, 1970 with 26 members at the La Avenida Restaurant on Orange Avenue. A breakfast of eggs, sausage, hash browns, toast and coffee cost $0.99. President Jim Zoll, Immediate Past President Diana Drummey President Elect Don Crawford;Internal […]
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Coronado Optimists – July 13, 2017

July 13, 2017 The Optimist Club of Coronado an affiliate of Optimist International, California South District, was chartered September 28, 1970 with 26 members at the La Avenida Restaurant on Orange Avenue. A breakfast of eggs, sausage, hash browns, toast and coffee cost $0.99. President Jim Zoll, Immediate Past President Diana Drummey President Elect Don […]
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Teachers are encouraged to #JoinanOptimistClub

Teachers are encouraged to #JoinanOptimistClub For nine months each year, and sometimes more, teachers inspire children to learn and achieve. To me, it sounds like they are ready-made Optimists. For the second year, Optimist International agrees, and it has extended its popular Recruit-a-teacher membership incentive for the third quarter of the 2016-2017 administrative year. Beginning April 1 and ending June 30, your Optimist Club may add teachers or any school personnel to its roster for only $30!*  What a great deal to connect your Optimist Club to a veritable firehose of service opportunities. According to Optimist International, connecting with teachers

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Knock the “t” Off “Can’t”

Knock the “t” Off “Can’t”   by: Neil Eskelin, Daily Jump Start Recently I took a sheet of paper and divided it into two columns: “Yes People,” and “No People.” Then I thought about individuals I knew and wrote their names in the appropriate column. What a shock it was to see the length of the “No” list. These were the people who heard someone say, “You can’t do that!” and they believed it. Now they were saying, “It can’t be done!” and their negativity was affecting the lives of others. If your friends made such a list right now, under

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