The Centerville Noon Optimist Club annually recognizes members of the community, leaders who exemplify our community service mission.
Robert J. O'Toole Award - Fire Safety Week, the firefighter and emergency medical technician award is presented every October honoring Firefighter Robert O'Toole, killed in a highway accident in 1998.
Officer John Kalaman Award – Respect for Law, Honoring local law enforcement officers who exemplify the contributions made toward the betterment of our community. The Award was named for Centerville Policeman John Kalaman, tragically killed in the line of duty in 1998.
Youth Appreciation Award - Outstanding youth from the Centerville area are recognized for their accomplishments annually with the Youth Appreciation Awards. These awards honor students who are actively involved in community service.
Scholarship Awards - Annually, up to five education assistance awards are presented to graduating seniors in the community. Applications are submitted in March for presentation before the end of school.
Effective Educator Award – Bringing out the Best in Kids – Each year the Centerville Noon Optimist Club recognizes a member of our community who has worked diligently in the field of education. The recipient is honored for their dedication to youth in the community.