The Columbus Jaycees 2009
President - Saif Khan
Management VP - Kat Canella
Community VP - Ryan
Individual Development VP - Nicole de Vries
Membership VP - Ginny Willis
Secretary - Breanna
Treasurer - Tony McCool
Director - Lee Roberts, Anjila McCool
COB - Jeremy Zwaga
Need more information? Contact us at this email address:
Social meeting is held on the 2nd Tuesday
of every month. Join us at 6:30 p.m. at a local restaurant, call 706-322-8577 for location.
Our second meeting of the month is held on the 4th Tuesday of every month. Join us at 6:30 p.m. in Davidson Hall, large lobby up stairs, Columbus State University.
State Competition Winners From Columbus & CSU
will be announced after the Board Meeting.
Ronald McDonald House is always the 4th Friday of every month at 5:30 p.m.. Come Join us!
Thousandaire is August 29th at State HQ in Perry, GA.
The Jaycee Creed
That faith in God gives meaning
and purpose to human life.
That the brotherhood of man transcends
the sovereignty of nations.
That economic justice can best be
won by free men through free enterprise.
That government should be of laws
rather than of men.
That earth's great treasure
lies in human personality.
And that service to humanity
is the best work of life.
About the Jaycees
The United States Junior Chamber (Jaycees) gives young people between the ages of 18 and 40 the tools they needto build the bridges of success for themselves in the areas of business development, management skills, individual training, community service, and international connections. The U.S. Junior Chamber is a non-profit corporation/organization. Established in 1920 to provide opportunities for young men to develop personal and leadership skills through service to others, the Jaycees later expanded to include women, reflecting the growing influence and leadership of women in America. For the past 86 years, Jaycees have been a force for good in America and around the world. Jaycees helped establish AirMail services in America with Jaycee Charles Lindbergh, and have raised millions of dollars for causes such as the MuscularDystrophy Association and the March of Dimes. They have built parks, playgrounds, hospitals, ball fields, and housing for the elderly while conducting service and support programs in thousands of communities nationwide. Jaycees can be found in all walks of life: governmental leaders such as past Presidents Bill Clinton and Gerald Ford, business tycoons such as Domino’s Pizza mogul Tom Monaghan, registered nurse and formerMiss America Kaye Lani Rae Rafko-Wilson, sports heroes like basketball great Larry Bird – name the field and Jaycees can be found at the forefront.With the focus of the nation on volunteerism, from the smallest towns to the largest cities, the Jaycees are enlarging areas of opportunity for young people.