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JOOI Club has come a long way

2:14 PM, May 8, 2014
Steve Mastalir, Kewaunee Optimists president, presents the 'Hooray for Hollywood check to Lindsey Lewis, the JOOI Club president, and Brooke Slaby, club treasurer, with Tressy Duvall, club adviser.
Steve Mastalir, Kewaunee Optimists president, presents the 'Hooray for Hollywood check to Lindsey Lewis, the JOOI Club president, and Brooke Slaby, club treasurer, with Tressy Duvall, club adviser.
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Tressy Duvall of Kewaunee joined the Kewaunee Optimist Club four years ago, her interest being piqued from the Optimist Creed she happened to notice while working at a restaurant where the club meets.

The Optimists advocate for the education and support of children, which got Duvall onto the idea of arranging to open an Optimist-based youth group in Kewaunee, called Junior Optimist Octagon International (JOOI).

The Optimist Creed has an air of positivity, and Duvall centered in on two lines: "To wear a cheerful countenance at all times and give every living creature you meet a smile. To give ...

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