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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Top ten reasons to build an Optimist Club blog

10) It's free and easy
9) It's open 24/7
8) It gives your club an Internet presence
7) You can link it to the District blog and the District blog can link to your club
6) You can publish your club agendas and newsletters online
5) It’s a forum to tell the world about the great activities that your club performs
4) Participants can write about the great experiences they had at an Optimist function
3) It's dynamic - you can make changes every day...every hour...every ten minutes...whenever you want
2) You can send reporters and potential new members to the blog to find out more about Optimism as a way of life
1) Governor Gay wants you to

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Add your blog to our list

Optimist Clubs in the Pacific Northwest District are encouraged to start a blog. By linking all of our sites together on the PNW District Optimist Blog, we'll have a great networking tool of positive thoughts, good deeds and community service. Add your Optimist Club short story to our list.

Please send your link to us newoptimistclub.com today.

Friday, May 4, 2007

Optimists gather in Yakima

The PNW District met for the Third Quarter motivational session in Yakima on May 4-5, 2007. Nearly 100 people gathered to hear the Optimist Oratorical Contest. Additionally, Governor Gay Enyeart spoke of public relations efforts underway to make Optimist Clubs more recognizable.

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