Thursday, March 5, 2015
The Chehalis-Centralia Optimist club members are gathering once again to
hear from 3 outstanding students of the month. They will come have dinner
with us and then answer some questions by the members just so we can
see what the staff of all three schools see in them.
We will do this four more times for a total of 9 students from three schools.
Wow....how hard it gets just having to pick one student from each school as the
Student of the Year.
It is a challenge but one we meet each year.
Feel free to come and join us. Next meeting will be
March 17th at the Twin Cities Senior Center
Hope to see you there.
The Chehalis-Centralia Optimists Club was finally able to pick our winning entry for the Optimist Essay contest. Wow... so glad we did not have to be a judge. We had 15 awesome entries and one was picked the winner while the rest were in our eyes winners to. We will send the essay off to the next level of competition and cross our fingers the student will win the $2500.00 scholarship. Here is a big shout out to all of the students who gave their best.....
We salute you!!!!!! Keep writing and you will go far. Winners to be announced soon.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
The Optimist Creed is an inspirational and motivation statement of value. The Optimist Creed was adopted by Optimist International in 1922 and is used as a final closing statement in Optimist Club meetings around the world. The creed was originally written by Christian D. Larson with the title "Promise
Monday, March 2, 2015
Fairway Lanes Bowling Center
1501 South Gold
Centralia, Washington 998531
11:00 A.M. Until 3:00 P.M.
Kids from Age 6 to 16 are welcome
(Max of 80 kids)
Create a team of 4 or more and collect donations.
Each participant is asked to set a goal of $100.00 or more.
(All donations are tax-deductible)
Cost to bowl is $5.00 which includes
2 games, shoes, pizza & soda
All proceeds will help fund Childhood Cancer
Research, Scholarships and Youth Events.
For more information or registration form go to
Or call Emma Ball @ 360-623-1311
May 9, 2015
20 miles - Easy for hard-core riders (and only mildly challenging for those who don’t ride often.)Two hills, one food stop.
48 miles - A mild ride with two hills and three food stops.
68 miles - Considered a medium ride with a few hills and four food stops.
100 miles - A medium difficulty ride that takes you on some real county side roads. Four food
20 mile & 48 mile rides $35.00
Day of ride $45.00
68 mile & 100 mile rides $45.00
Day of ride $55.00
Family (kids under 16 free with parent)
On-site registration will available the day of the ride between 6:30 am and 9:30 AM.
Sponsored by Chehalis-Centralia Optimists Club
For registration info. go to http://