Over the weekend, Optimist Clubs throughout the Pacific Northwest District continued their Christmas and holiday celebrations.
In Coquitlam, BC, the Optimist Club held its annual Breakfast with Santa. According to Annette Smith, they served pancakes to more than 150 Brownies, Sparks and Cubs and collected seven boxes of food for Christmas hampers.
In Hillsboro, Oregon, the Optimist Club was working with the Boys and Girls Club to sell Christmas trees. The tree lot is located at Murphy's Furniture in Cornelius and it's open 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
On Black Friday, the Hillsboro Optimists took to the streets of Portland to work in the Macy's Holiday Parade.
The Hillsboro Optimist Club will also be ringing the bell for the Salvation Army on December 21 at Albertson's in Hillsboro.
The Optimist Club of Chilliwack has been busy decorating its float for the Christmas Parade in Chilliwack. It's not only a dragon boat float - it's a fire breathing dragon boat float!
The Chilliwack Optimists also held a Christmas Fundraiser Dance and raised money for youth projects and to fill the Christmas hampers.
In Gresham, Oregon, the Optimist Club held its annual Shop with a Cop program on Saturday, December 7.
What's your Optimist Club doing for the holiday season? Send us a picture and we'll highlight it here.