Congratulations to the C-U Optimist Club's 2019 Essay Contest Scholarship Winners: Doriane Tshabu Mulunda from Urbana High School; Grace Prom from Champaign Central High School and Sophia Behrensmeyer from St. Thomas More High School.
CASA GRANDE — The Sunrise Optimist Club recently honored the winners of its annual essay contest. Thank you for reading!. Sunrise Optimist Club names essay contest winners Staff Reports. Issac Espinoza, second place; and Sophia Sainz, third place, are the winners in the Sunrise Optimist Club essay contest. Submitted photo.
The Optimist International Essay contest is divided into two levels of competition: Club and District. 2. Contestants must enter through a local Optimist Club, or an At-Large contest if a local club is not available. An At-large student may not have competed in an Optimist International or District contest in the same year. 3.
We’re so proud to present our local Optimist International Essay Contest scholarship award winners! 1st Place - Alyssa Gottheiner, LMA (R). 2nd Place - Amber Self, MHS (M) 3rd Place - Bailey Moore, LMA (L).
Club Contest entrants will be notified of their status between March 1 and March 15. District entries are judged and submitted to the Optimist International Programs Department no later than April 15, 2020. District winners will be notified by a letter from OI between April 15 and June 1.
Club winners advance to the District contest. 2. Club-Level Winner’s Submission Deadline: The deadline for Clubs to submit their winning essay to the District Chair is February 28, 2020 The Pittsburgh North Optimist Foundation, in conjunction with Optimist International Foundation, is participating in this year’s 2018-2019 Optimist.
Essay Contest This contest sponsored by Optimist International each year presents young people with the opportunity to write about their opinions regarding the world in which they live. Entrants must be under the age of 19, not yet have graduated from high school or the equivalent before the end of the school year, and must be educated in the United States, Canada or the Caribbean.
The Essay Contest is sponsored by Optimist International to give young people. the opportunity to write about their own opinions regarding the world in which. they live. The approach can encompass a young person’s personal experience,. The winners. at the Club level receive medallions and Zone winners receive a plaque. Districts have.
The Essay Contest is sponsored by Optimist International to give young people the opportunity to write about their own opinions regarding the world in which they live. The approach can encompass a young person's personal experience, the experience of their country or a more historical perspective.
Alpena Optimist Club's mission is to foster an optimistic way of life, through a network of optimists, dedicated to the full development of their potential in order to provide ever-expanding service to youth, the community and the world.
The Essay Contest is sponsored by Optimist International to give young people the opportunity to write about their own opinions regarding the world in which they live. The approach can encompass a young person’s personal experience, the experience of their country or a more historical perspective.
Optimist Club of Reno must receive essays by February 7, 2020, to be eligible for the contest. After the Optimist Club of Reno receives your application, an invitation will be sent to invite you to a banquet where the winners will be announced. If you are interested in either contest, please fill out the appropriate application form.
The Raymore-Peculiar Optimist Club was chartered on June 1, 1980. Since that time we have been actively involved in carrying out the five purposes of Optimist International. Those purposes are: To develop Optimism as a philosophy of life utilizing the tenets of the Optimist Creed. To promote an active interest in good government and civic affairs.
Optimist Creed. Promise Yourself --To be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind. To talk health, happiness, and prosperity to every person you meet. To make all your friends feel that there is something in them. To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism come true.
Golden Circle Optimist Club oratorical contest winners, from left, Qamar Javid, third place; Anihya Taylor, second place; and Lydia Denton, first place; all of the Sallie B. Howard School for the Arts and Education, are pictured during a May 2 awards ceremony in the Stoneybrook Christian Church parking lot.Optimist International hosts an annual Oratorical and Essay Contest. As a club we host a local contest. The winner of our club contest than competes at the District level. District winners are then eligible to compete at the National level. Winners receive scholarship funds at each level.Optimist Essay contest scholarship will be Section eligible to compete at any level of the competition again. 4. All contestants at each level of the contest must show require a copy of birth certificate or 4.passport before participating if offering a Club scholarship separate from Optimist International. District winners must.