The Boise Noon Optimist Club established the Optimist Youth Football Program in 1949. The primary goal of the OYF Program is the "development of boys and girls to be better citizens". That continues to be one of the primary goals of the program today. Coaches, referees, and parents form a trio of role models from which these young boys and girls learn behaviors that they will carry into adulthood. The OYF Program, in association with the District Three Referees Association, has a Code of Conduct for both the coaches and referees, and we feel it is equally important that the parents also have a Code of Conduct. Cooperation, respect, and maturity among all the adults in the OYF Program will encourage those qualities in the players themselves.
Hi all – thanks so much for tips and (painful!) experiences. I’m really excited about making elderflower champagne for the first time, dreaming already of giving up the day job and going into business… HOWEVER, I have a couple of questions. I live in a flat, and so don’t have a garage/shed/outdoors/other place where exploding bubbly isn’t going to ruin my life. But I really want to put the champagne in glass bottles (with screw top lids) to give as gifts. What do you recommend? I guess I can’t ferment it in plastic and then decant? I also don’t have any spare duvets… help please!
Optional practice rounds for the Tournament of Champions are available on Friday for $ plus tax (includes cart). Call PGA National at (561) 627-1804 Option #3 for availability.
Exemptions into 2018 Optimist International Junior Golf Championship
Top finishers of the Tournament of Champions will be exempt from having to qualify for the summer 2018 Optimist International Junior Golf Championship at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida as follows: Boys 11-13 (Top 5) Boys 14-15 (Top 10) Boys 16-18 (Top 15); Girls 11-13 (Top 5), 14-18 (Top 10) plus ties.