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Kansas Optimist Club Graphics 2010

Page history last edited by Bob-RJ Burkhart 9 years ago

 

Social Networking for Optimists

  1. JOOI Marketing

    ... download in both high-resolution and low-resolution formats.
    If you need a logo in vector (.eps) format, please send an e-mail to graphics@optimist.org. ...
    www.optimist.org/e/member/jooi9.cfm
  

Optimist International Internet Safety Program

YouTube: OptimistIntl | November 12, 2009 ...

In 2008, Optimist International introduced the Internet Safety program with a focus on providing Optimist Clubs with resources to educate both young people and their parents about potential dangers on the internet and offering information about safe practices while online ...

 

Kaw Valley Heritage Trails :: StoryChasing

 

Affirmation of INTERdependence


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Optimist Logos

 

Official Optimist International logos are available for download in both high-resolution and low-resolution formats. Simply click on the logo you desire. A new window will appear with the logo in it. Right-click on the logo and choose the “Save As” option. You can then save the file on your computer. Click here for the official trademark policy.

 

Note: Low-resolution files are perfect for web or e-mail uses, particularly for newsletters and websites. They download quickly. High-resolution files are required for offset printing and/or silk screening. However, these files are larger and take additional time to download. Many printers request vector art files (or .eps files). If you are in need of a vector art file, please click here to make a request by e-mail.

 

Optimist International Logos    
Traditional “OI” Logo High-res Low-res
Bringing Out the Best in Kids High-res Low-res
Bringing Out the Best in Kids (black and white) High-res Low-res
Friend of Youth High-res Low-res
Junior Optimist Octagon International (JOOI) High-res Low-res
Junior Optimist Octagon International (JOOI) (black and white) High-res Low-res
     
International President’s Logo 2009-2010    
International President’s Logo High-res Low-res
     
International Convention Logo    
Denver 2010 High-res Low-res
     
Programs Logos    
Childhood Cancer Campaign (CCC) High-res Low-res
Communication Contest for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CCDHH) High-res Low-res
Essay Contest High-res Low-res
Internet Safety High-res Low-res
Optimist Junior Golf Program High-res Low-res
Optimist Junior Golf Program (black and white) High-res Low-res
Optimist International Junior Golf Championships High-res Low-res
Optimist International Junior Golf Championships (black and white) High-res Low-res
Optimist International Tournament of Champions High-res Low-res
Optimist International Tournament of Champions (black and white) High-res Low-res
Optimist Golf Parent-Child Classic High-res Low-res
Optimist Golf Parent-Child Classic (black and white) High-res Low-res
Oratorical Contest High-res Low-res
Respect for Law High-res Low-res
Tri-Star Sports High-res Low-res
Youth Appreciation High-res Low-res
Youth Safety High-res Low-res
     

Program Logo Sheet -
This sheet combines a number of program logos into one jpg

 

 

 



 


"Buried deep within each of us is a spark of greatness, a spark that can be fanned into flames of passion and achievement.


That spark is not outside

of you it is born deep within you."   --James A. Ray 

 

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My wish is that we hold ourselves accountable for seeing communities as places where people actually live, and not simply as sites to implement programs and initiatives. When the latter occurs we end up missing people's aspirations  what they seek, and what theyll go to bat for.

 

We fail to take the steps that galvanize people to play an active part in the creation of the community they want. Sadly, we get caught up in activity-happy approaches that produce little change.
--Rich Harwood, Blog "My Michigan Wish"

http://www.theharwoodinstitute.org/index.php?ht=display/ViewBloggerThread/i/24809/pid/21438

 

Comments (1)

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 8:22 am on Feb 10, 2010

Social Capital Conservancy Metrics:

Where:
SC: Sustainable Change
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D: Dissatisfaction
V: Vision of future state or condition
F: F1RST/Next steps to desired state
R: Resistance to change (inertia)
=======================
Then: SC = D x V x F > R
via http://futurethought.pbwiki.com/
Labels: futurethought

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