Clubs in our District
Avon Optimist Cub
“Bringing Out the Best in Kids!”
An important purpose of Optimism is to serve the youth of our community. This gives us our motto. We serve our community in other important ways, too.
The Avon Optimist Club offers many ways to help our community be a better place.
Join Us for Dinner:
The Club meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Monical’s Pizza, located on the south side of US 36 in Avon, Indiana.
…and on the 1st Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. for a Spouses’/Friends/Family Night, location to be announced
…and on the 3rd Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at varying locations for our Board Meeting
Serving the Avon community since 1959. Why not join us for dinner and learn some more about what we do?
Membership is open to any adult who is interested in improving the Avon-Washington Township community.
Optimist Club of Center Grove-Bargersville
The Optimist Club of Center Grove-Bargersville is a community service organization dedicated to supporting youth of Johnson County, Indiana.
Optimist Club of Clarksville
Clay County Optimist Club
Meetings are held on the first Tuesday at 6:30 pm and 3rd Saturday at 8:00 am each month. Both meetings are held at Knights Cafe 6 W National Ave, Brazil, IN 47834
Optimist Club of Clinton Breakfast Club
The Breakfast Optimist Club of Clinton, Indiana was founded in 1992 to be a group reaching out and helping kids and the local community. In addition to conducting numerous youth and civic programs, the club has a 7AM breakfast meeting the first Thursday of the month at the Iron Skillet restaurant featuring a local leader speaking on current community topics and issues. Club members also meet the third Thursday of the month at 6PM at Gerrie’s Italian Restaurant for a business meeting. If you are looking for a way to contribute to your hometown and enjoy fellowship with other optimistic people, Breakfast Optimist Club of Clinton is the group for you.
Dale Optimist Club
The Dale, IN Optimist Club is dedicated to providing hope and positive vision, Optimists bring out the best in kids.
Danville Optimist Club
Optimist Club of Evansville (Downtown)
Our club was founded in 1921 with the purpose of helping youth in our community. All of our events and activities are designed to improve the well-being of young people in the Tri-State Area.
Optimist Club of Evansville East Side
Optimist Club of Fishers
Every Optimist Club was formed by people who wanted to reach out to help youth and the community. People like you and me.
Optimist Club of French Lick-Springs Valley
Optimist Club of Georgetown
Greensburg Optimist Club
The Greensburg, IN chapter of the Optimist International Organization. Our mission, simply put, is to bring out the best in kids.
Huntingburg Optimist Club
The Optimist Club of Huntingburg is an organization dedicated to providing hope and positive vision.
Optimist Club of Indianapolis (Downtown)
We bring out the best in youth, our communities and ourselves – right here, right now!
Breakfast Optimist Club of Indianapolis
This page is intended to foster communication among club members and allow the general public to access information about the club and its activities.
Optimist Club of North Side (Indianapolis)
The Optimist Club of North Side Indianapolis is a volunteer organization located in Broad Ripple, and the guardian of Opti-Park for over 60 years. If you’d like to help at our community park, visit our website for more details!
Optimist Pub Club of Indianapolis
Sunrise Optimist Club (Indianapolis)
Sunrise Optimist Club meets every Thursday at 7am at Le Peep Downtown, where together we enjoy breakfast in fellowship and planning fun fundraising events which will benefit local children’s organizations.
Optimist Club of Jasper
Optimist Club of Jeffersonville Evening
Mission: By providing hope and positive vision, Optimists bring out the best in youth, our communities and ourselves.
Optimist Club of Jeffersonville-Falls City
Mill Creek Optimist Club
The Mill Creek Optimist Club is a service organization that serves the youth in the Mill Creek Community School Corporation (Amo, Coatesville, Stilesville, Hazelwood, Belleville, Clayton, and Cartersburg)
PLAINFIELD, IN OPTIMIST CLUB
The Plainfield Optimist Club (POC) facilitates a variety of academic, community and youth sports programs. All programs are funded by a variety of fund-raising activities. POC membership is a compilation of civic-minded individuals, business owners and professionals with a desire to make a difference in the lives of youth.
Member Meetings & Featured Events
Club meetings are typically held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month, 6:30 pm EST at Goody’s Restaurant 1601 E Main St #2, Plainfield, IN 46168. Meeting format and location can vary depending on guest-speaker or planned activity (visit our websit for meeting location). Attendees can look forward to a variety of opportunities to gather together for service of others, community engagement and social fun! To learn more, visit our website and follow us on Instagram and FaceBook!
Ryves Community Optimist Club
We formed specifically to help with projects in the Ryves Neighborhood, focused on children!
Santa Claus Optimist Club
Optimist Club of Terre Haute Breakfast
We have two recurring fund raisers – Christmas Tree sales beginning the day after Thanksgiving and Poinsettia sales also during Christmas season. Plus, we have a golf outing fund raiser occasionally.
We meet Weekly on Thursday mornings from 7:30 to 8:30 at Cackleberries Restaurant.
Noon Optimist Club of Terre Haute
For the past eighty-eight years the Noon Optimist Club of Terre Haute, with your help, has clothed hundreds of children each year. Last year, we clothed almost 1,000 children. The cost of clothing one child, except for shoes, is approximately $60 – $80. Again, this year, the Club will plan to include a hoodie, in addition to the regular set of clothing provided for every child.
We have the names of hundreds of children who are sadly in need of new clothing. These children will be identified through their schools, and every precaution will be taken to be certain that a definite need exists for each child. We anticipate the need to be great again this year, due to economic issues.