St. Cloud Morning Optimist Club
Every Wednesday at 7:15 A.M.
We are meeting via Zoom or in person
Members: Find the weekly Zoom meeting link in your email
The St Cloud Morning Optimists will be meeting at the Boy Scout Office
at 1191 Scout Drive, Sartell MN 56377
7:15 Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance
7:16 Short Business Meeting
7:59 Recite Creed
Jul 6 Meeting at Children's Museum
Jul 13 Friends of Youth Awards
Jul 20 Achievement in Education
Jul 27 Charitable Gambling Report
Jul 28-29-30 Brat Sales at Cashwise East
Amy Kirby spoke to our Morning Optimist Club about a program she administers entitled 180 Degrees. It a program for youth who are yhomeless and have a place to go in St Cloud. They create safe spaces and services for youth experiencing crisis across Minnesota
Respest from Law Awards
The St Cloud Morning Optimist Club recognized some of our local Officers who work to make our community safe and Community Members that work to show their appreciation for all that law enforcement does for our citizens in are our area. Those honored are left to right.
Meghan Kelsey, 2nd Street Coffeehouse
Chad Thesing , Works with DNR
Sgt Gregg Klinefleter St Cloud Police and Dist 742
Officer Sara Gangle, North Junior High
Officer Debora Ocloo St Cloud Police
Three individuals were not able attend the breakfast but were given certificates of appreciation.
Eric Geier and Aaron Rieland Bad Habit Brewing (Provides meeting space and a lot of root beer.
Officer Todd Vanderwyst, Works with DNR
On June 8 our speaker was Sebastian Mitzel. He is a seventh grader in Royalton Middle School. He is one of the three seventh graders involved in a robotic team. He explained the competition for robotics. He showed what they built for the competition and what the team had to demonstrate in order to earn points.
He also thanked the Morning Optimists for our clubs financial support.
St Cloud Children's Museum Presentation
Cassie Miles Exe Dir, and two board members, Heidi Everett and Buddy King spoke to our members about the fundraising efforts and what is happening in the museum. The museum has had some soft openings where they rented some displays from the Children's Museum in St Paul. It was very well received Now they are tearing down ceiling and walls to make room for many of the planned displays. Thanks to many area business that have sponsored a room.