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.
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.
Watch our three-minute video presentation that explains how bringing out best in ourselves brings out the best in others.
The Noon Optimist Club of Centerville is a fellowship of people who get things done. We set examples and embrace an optimistic mindset for the community to see. We display leadership skills and working relationships locally, regionally and nationally. Whether you are searching for an outlet to give back and help your community or are looking for personal development, you will find what you are looking for in our club.
Each year we hold our Tri-Star Soccer competition activity. It is for boys and girls 13 years old and under. Participants will be tested on dribbling, shooting, passing, punting and juggling skills. Trophies are awarded to the winners in each age group, but the emphasis is more on fun than just competition.
Come join us on Sunday September 17th, 2017 at 2:00PM at Oak Grove Park (registration starts at 1:30PM at the Centerville Noon Optimist Shelter) for a fun and free afternoon of soccer.