Optimist Club of Smyrna GA
Post Office Box 855 Smyrna, GA 30081
Purpose of the Smyrna Optimist Club
To develop optimism as a philosophy of life;
To promote an active interest in good government and civic affairs;
To inspire respect for law;
To promote patriotism and work for international accord and friendship among all people;
To aid and encourage the development of youth, in the belief that the giving of one's self in service to others will advance the well-being of man, his community, and world.
Every meeting of the Optimist Club is fun as well as productive. You will never meet a better group of civic minded and enthusiastic people. After a meeting, you can't help but be positive, optimistic, and ready for the next challenge!
If you need a boost to your week, you need to join the Optimist Club and come to our Friday meetings. As one speaker said, "If I could just bottle up the enthusiasm and energy in this room and sell it, I'd be rich!".
Every Friday we meet at 7:00 am for breakfast, fellowship and to learn about the community through guest speakers that cover a wide variety of interesting topics. A few of the speakers we have recently hosted are: MPO Louis Defense III, Public Information Officer of the Smyrna Police Department, our own Mr. Wayne Waldrip bringing us up to speed on the much anticipated “Connect the Comet” to the proposed Atlanta Beltline, Ms. Allison Carter, Director of the Cobb County Safety Village located on Al Bishop Road, Mr. Jeff Searcy, Head Baseball Coach, Campbell High School and many others. Come join us! Click here for directions.
The Board meets monthly
Annually, we have an Installation Banquet
Membership of the Smyrna Optimist Club represents a cross-section of business, social, and cultural life of the community and consists of adults of good character and community standing, who reside or have interest in the City of Smyrna and its youth.
The club is nondenominational, nonpolitical and membership applications are considered without regard for gender, race, creed or national origin.
Membership is held by individuals and is not transferrable. Persons seeking membership in the club are required to gain a member sponsor and furnish a membership application for board approval.
Members are encouraged to participate in as many club meetings, projects and functions as their time allows, however, there are no minimum service requirements.
Membership Initiation Fee is currently $35
Quarterly dues are $100 which includes breakfast at the weekly club meetings.
Are you interested? Contact us or come to a Friday meeting.