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1 International Recognition Program ICD 135 From Your Board of Directors Our 5 Year Plan Adopted at the 93 rd Annual Convention in Baltimore

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3 “BRINGING OUT THE BEST” BANNER PATCH THEN YEAR BAR THEREAFTER Design coming soon

4 Sponsor at least two service projects a year Add at least one member Be current on District and OI dues Recognize Club member or local community individual WHAT IS REQUIRED?

5 HONOR/HONOUR CLUB Banner patch with Presidents name on it, then year bar thereafter plus $100 credit on a quarter’s dues

6 Sponsor at least three service projects a year Recognize a Club or community member Grow Club by net plus 1 Be current on District and OI dues

7 DISTINGUISHED CLUB

8 A Watch for Club President and Secretary and/or Treasurer, Banner patch with club Presidents Name, plus $250 credit on a quarter’s dues 1. Meet Honour Club Criteria plus: 2. Net of 15 OR Charter a New Club

9 DISTRICT RECOGNITION

10 DISTINGUISHED Lt. GOVERNOR Desk Clock All Clubs in zone are honour clubs OR Net Plus one in Membership And Charter one New Club Clock May Not Be As Displayed

11 DISTINGUISHED GOVERNOR Governor’s Ring, District banner patch with Governor’s name and year

12 1.Grow District by net plus 1 in membership 2.District to build at least one new Club 3.All Clubs are current on District and OI dues (all financial obligations paid by Sept. 30) 4.All reports filed with Optimist International in a timely manner

13 1. Optimists can extend their commitment to young people by starting New Clubs. 2. Through a New Club, they bring together a new group of volunteers who focus on youth development and thereby help improve an entire community. 3. Optimists also benefit from the New Club process, which sharpens leadership skills, increases fellowship and strengthens personal development.

14 HONOUR/HONOR DISTRICT S/T INK PEN

15 Be current on District and OI dues (all financial obligations paid and/or submitted by Sept 30 ) All reports filed with Optimist International in a timely manner Grow District by net plus 1 in membership District to build at least one new Club

16 GOVORNOR PACESETTER AWARD Pen & Pencil set given at Convention

17 1. Grow District by net plus 1 in membership 2. District to build at least two new clubs in the first six months of the fiscal year

18 Guess what!!!!! PRESIDENT JACK HAS SOME INCENTIVES AS WELL FOR YOUR GOVERNOR

19 What are THEY?

20 They Are Divided Into 2 Categories GROWTH and ADMINISTRATIVE

21 Growth Build two (2) new JOOI Clubs “Walk the Talk” – Personally recruit four (4) new Members by September 30, 2012 Participate in at least four (4) NOW programs and submit agendas District recruits ten (10) new Friends of Optimists by September 30, 2012 *Charter first New Club by October 31, 2011 – and become a BOE *Complete a second New Club by December 31, 2011 *Begin and complete one (1) additional New Club in the 2nd or 3rd quarter OR Instead of the previous three asterisked options, build a total of four (4) New Clubs during the year

22 ADMINISTRATIVE Attend Governor-Elect Training Hold District Leadership Retreat, and Have 50% of Clubs participate in the Club Administrative Conference Submit 75% of ACPCs by November 15, 2011 Submit names and information of Lt. Governors-Elect by June 1, 2011 Schedule and submit paperwork for two (2) CITs to train in District 50% of Clubs in the District conduct a scholarship contest 50% of Clubs in District support the Childhood Cancer Campaign through education, assistance or financial support and submit for verification District increases unrestricted donations to OIF/Canadian Children’s Optimist Foundation by 5% over the total

23 Questions?

24 Off to a great start! October Membership Incentive

25 THE CHALLENGE Individual commitment to a group effort – that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work. It is what makes an organization like Optimist International work! The Leadership Team has a great challenge before it. Each of you are working hard to prepare yourself for the job at hand. You have committed yourself to do whatever it takes to move Optimist International to the forefront of the “go to place” for volunteers. Volunteers who not only strive to “Bring Out the Best in Kids”, but are dedicated to adding value to people’s lives, and promoting and spreading Optimism as a philosophy of life. Soon you will be taking the field and will begin leading this great organization. It will not be an easy task. There will be many challenges along the way. But with the strength of your convictions and Optimism in what the future holds, this team without a doubt, has the ability to lead our organization to begin to fulfill and realize its potential as the premier volunteer youth service organization of the world! The challenge is to prove this to our membership and club leadership. And how do we do that? By taking a stand! By drawing a line in the sand! By committing ourselves for the coming Optimist year to not allow our overall membership to drop below our October 1 beginning numbers. To “hunker down” and refuse to allow our membership numbers to decrease any more! Is it a tall order? You bet it is! But it is doable if we approach it as the Leadership Team committed to “100% and then some”. Let’s commit ourselves to hold the line and bring in one new Friend of Optimists or traditional Member by October 31! A special Club award and recognition will be given to Clubs that are net + 1 by October 31, 2011.


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