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Optimist Club of Oakville

Memos and Bulletins
Public Comments Services altered in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) 
 
For status of programs during the pandemic, visit website or Facebook page 
* teleconferencing being used for meetings and some programs 
* some contests for children and youth are also being run virtually
Contact Information
Office Phone 905-617-0068
E-Mail michelle@opnc.ca
Website www.oakvilleoptimistclub.com
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/OptimistClubOakville?fref=ts
Instagram Instagram: www.instagram.com/optimistclubofoakville/?hl=en
Pinterest Pinterest: www.pinterest.ca/oakvilleoptimst/
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/OakvilleOptimst?lang=en
YouTube YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCk-dqJrvcgo00fqgKClFjJA
Primary Contact Michelle Knoll, President, Optimist Club of Oakville; Email: michelle@opnc.ca
Alternate Contact Harold Devenne, Secretary; Email: Hdevenne@gmail.com
Contact Form https://www.oakvilleoptimistclub.com/contact
Agency Information
Description (Agency) A non-profit service club
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1948
Primary Executive Michelle Knoll, President, Optimist Club of Oakville; Phone: 905-617-0068
Funding Fundraising ; Donations
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Services altered in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) 
 
For status of programs during the pandemic, visit website or Facebook page 
* teleconferencing being used for meetings and some programs 
* some contests for children and youth are also being run virtually 
 
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Involved in community service, with particular emphasis on events and programs for children and youth 
 
Annual events:Projects funded:
  • Don MacDonald Bursary and graduation awards to Oakville high school students  
  • Junior Optimist Club for high school students 
  • Central Ontario Leadership Seminar for one Grade 10 student from each Oakville secondary school 
  • Scholarships via essay and oratorical contests 
  • Youth Appreciation Awards to Oakville high schools 
  • Assistance to attend school sponsored seminars 
  • Sponsorship of Army, Air and Sea Cadets 
  • Sponsorship of local sports teams 
  • Various children and youth projects
Hours Meet second and fourth Mon of each month from Sep to Jun (plus community events) at the Halton Regional Police Children's Safety Village
Areas Served Oakville
Eligibility Ages: 11 year(s) and up 
 
  • Optimist Club - Adults, local business people or residents with a desire to help youth in the community 
  • Junior Optimist Club - high school students 
  • Young Professionals
Application Call or visit website for information
Languages English
Fees Membership - Annual, varies depending on age
Site Information
Site Location Halton Regional Police Safety Village, downstairs
Located In Community Oakville
Address & Map
Halton Regional Police Safety Village (meeting location)
1151 Bronte Rd
Oakville, ON L6M 4G3
 
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Intersection Bronte Rd and North Service Rd
Physical Access Not Accessible - meeting location
Categories and Classification
HCSD Main Heading Community Programs
HCSD Sub Heading Service Clubs
Service Categories Service Clubs ; Student Financial Aid

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