Hugh O’Brian had an encounter with 1952 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Albert Schweitzer, that changed his life. He left the meeting with a calling to ensure that youth of the United States have the ability to be leaders of peace. More than 50 years later, the HOBY Leadership Program lets young people make a difference and become positive catalysts for change in the home, school, workplace and community.
The Aldine Noon Optimist sponsored five students to attend the leadership workshop. They are from left to right: Angela Rocha (MacArthur HS), Kayla Miles (Victory Early College), Melanie Reyes (Aldine HS), Elizabeth Simms (Nimitz HS) and Chloe Nguyen (Eisenhower HS).
Support the Aldine ISD FFA Program
CLUB MEETING: On December 13, 2017, we will be assembling our Christmas Meal boxes to help 70 families of Aldine students. We will be meeting from 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. at East Aldine Management District located at 5333 Aldine Mail Rt., Houston, Texas 77039
The Aldine Noon Optimist Club is made up of members of the Aldine community, residents, business partners and parents who want to make a difference for the children in Aldine. If you are interested in learning more about our club, please join us for our next meeting. Click on the membership application link.
The Aldine Noon Optimist are accepting donations for the opportunity to win a side of beef or a side of pork. The funds raised help support the Aldine ISD FFA program. The winner will be announced at the 59th Annual Aldine Livestock Show "Sale of Champions" on February 2, 2018 at M.O. Campbell Center. A book of tickets is $10.
Do you believe in supporting children to be successful, respectful and productive citizens? Then you could be a member or friend of the Aldine Noon Optimist
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