THANK YOU COMMUNITY!!! Out 2017 Christmas Tree Lot is SOLD OUT. With your support we sold nearly 1,000 Christmas Trees in 16 days. WOW…WOW!!! And the best part is that all proceeds are returned to our local kids in scholarships, free youth events or donations to local schools and libraries. Our heartfelt thanks for helping us help kids for our FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY of doing it.
Annually we sell Christmas trees as one of our largest fund raising events. This event funds many of the youth programs for the year. Many families make this a special event in order to pick out that perfect tree. Open Thanksgiving thru Christmas, located behind the Centerville Municipal Building. Join your neighbors and friends and support our community with this winter tradition since 1968.
Our specialty “Fraser Firs ” up to 12′ tall (delivery service available for all sized trees) – come early in the season for best selection.
Douglas Firs- 5′- 10′
Scotch Pines -3′-8′
White Pines -5′-7′
Blue Spruces- 5′-7′
Wreaths -All Sizes -20″- 4′
Roping- Pine and Fraser up to 25yd coils or by the yard
“Come and buy your tree and holiday decor where all proceeds are returned to the kids in our community!!!!”
The Noon Optimist Club of Centerville with this year’s donation has now raised more than $150,000 for the Hematology/Oncology Department at Dayton Children’s Hospital. Proceeds from the 24th Annual Tom Frazier, Tee Off for Youth golf outing, held July 23, 2015 at Sugar Valley Golf Club in Bellbrook will further add to the support of Dayton Children’s.
Fred Polizzi, President of Centerville’s Noon Optimist Club stated “the support of our Five-Star Sponsors, 1-800-Got-Junk, You Move Me, Allstate Insurance, Remodeling Designs, McAfee Heating and Air, Monica Stomps – CPA, WesBanco Bank, Tanner Heating and Air Conditioning, Kroger – Centerville and all sponsors has been overwhelming. The Dayton Children’s Hospital will benefit from the generosity at our event. “
This is the thirteenth year that Dayton Children’s and Centerville Noon Optimists have teamed together to assist childhood cancer patients. A special feature of the “Tee Off for Youth” event has been the Children’s Event sponsored by The Fenstemaker Agency of Allstate Insurance. Children who were undergoing treatment or who are cancer survivors enjoy a morning of golf on a real golf course coached by the pro. A fun competition tested the children’s skills in chipping, putting and driving. This year’s event drew 24 children from the ages of 8 – 16 and awards were provided in various categories. Heater from the Dayton Dragons had a great time with the kids.
“We are fortunate to have the Centerville Noon Optimists as a friend to Dayton Children’s said Robbie Mirisciotti Lead Nurse of Children’s Hematology/Oncology Department. Their contribution truly impacts our efforts in making a difference in the lives of our patients.”
At 2015’s event, more than 110 golfers enjoyed a beautiful day of golf followed by a great dinner and the presentation of awards, while raising more than $30,000 for Dayton Children’s and Centerville Noon’s youth programs for 2016.
Please mark your calendars for 2016’s event which is Monday July 18, 2016.
The success of the 2015 Americana Festival was boosted by the Centerville Noon Optimist booth. More than 600 helium balloons were attached to strollers, backpacks, children’s wrists and a few dogs in the first two hours. About 20 club members manned the booth all day and welcomed potential members with many different giveaway items. There was also much interest in the club’s Avenue of Flags and Tee Off for Youth programs. Great weather, great event and much fun was enjoyed by all.
Want to hook a kid on fishing? Come to the annual fishing derby every June at the Washington Township Recreation Center. The fishing and worms are free so grab your pole, family and come out and enjoy the day. You’ll see Moms, Dads and Grandparents smiling as the pictures are taken. Prizes and trophies for all. Children ages 6-15 are encouraged to participate and try this event.
This Year’s Derby is on Saturday, June 3, 2017. (THIS IS A CHANGE FROM THE PREVIOUSLY POSTED INCORRECT DATE OF JUNE 10, 2017) For more information and to sign up, download the Fishing Derby Flyer.
Every spring, the Saturday just before Easter, the club sponsors an Easter Egg Hunt. This fun event is free for children 2-9 at one of the Centerville Washington Park District’s locations (usually Forest Field Park on Centerville Station Road.)
Prizes are awarded to children who find the special gold colored eggs as well as age group prizes.
While the event always starts at 10 am, it is advisable to be there and lined up early. The more than 5,000 candy filled eggs disappear quickly as the children race into the field to uncover all the surprises.
Stick around after the event to have your picture taken with our Easter Bunny.
The 2016 Easter Egg Hunt is on Saturday March 26th @ 10AM @ Forest Field Park in Centerville.
Centerville Noon Optimists president Fred Polizzi and Kelly Stone, past president, talk about the club, whose motto is “Friend of Youth,’ and its many upcoming event events on this episode of “Centerville Reports Today.” For more information about the Optimists visit www.centervillenoonoptimist.com.
Each February, over 100 boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 12 participate in the Tri-Star Basketball Contest. Trophies are award to the contest winners in each age bracket and gender. The contest includes passing, dribbling, and shooting.
All the kids get a basketball, goodie bag, and sometimes get an appearance from “Rudy Flyer”.
This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday March 12, 2016 at Watts Middle School Gym – click the link below to download a flyer with all the information about the event:
Centerville Noon President Fred Polizzi (left) is accepting a plaque from TJ’s Place of Hope Greg Crabtree recognizing the club’s $15,000 donation toward renovation of TJ’s location on East Franklin Street in Centerville. The NOC donation was paired with other monetary gifts and volunteer labor to create a pleasant and welcoming space for young people dealing with addictions.