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Optimist Stereotypes Redefined

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Troy

Marlborough, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer to judge "Karaoke For a Cure" for the Pancreatic Cancer Society each year. Some of the contestants are great, and it's a pleasure! A few, however, are less so...
Why are you participating?: 

Happy for the opportunity to be a part of something with such a positive message!

Paulyn

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I work with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and make monthly donations to UNICEF (children). I feed the homeless at a community church ever 2nd Saturday of the month.
Why are you participating?: 

Labels given to me by others create a sense of "I know you" for them but does not represent who I am or even give a pixel of a full picture of me. Allow me to tell you who I am, what I label myself as and mainly why I'm using the label I chose to use for myself.

Josh

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Every day, people call or come in to the office with a problem they need solved. I put myself in their shoes and help them work towards the solution they want, guiding them through the city's channels and advocating on their behalf. Even if I can't get the outcome they want, I hope I've exceed their expectations of what a City employee will do for the residents of Worcester.

Jacob

Waltham, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I get overwhelmed by the scale of the world, so I'm studying to be a forester because it will let me do good on a medium scale, one project at a time.
Why are you participating?: 

There are plenty of good people in the world, and I hope that we can look past our differences and disagreements so that we can be kind to one another.

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