Winston-Salem Jaycees

The Winston-Salem, NC area's organization of choice for adults 21-40 to develop personal, business and leadership skills through community service and organizational involvement.

I'm a Winston-Salem Jaycee because:

Kimberly Hunter Granger

I want to develop my leadership skills.

Kimberly Hunter Granger, 2014 Chairman of the Board

Chapter Achievements – 2018 MidYear

Being a well rounded Jaycee isn’t about getting awards – but being recognized is amazing!

(Click here for a “Jaycee Lingo PDF” with descriptions of some of the awards below – will open in a new page)


2018 NC Mid Year Convention (Aug 3 – 5, 2018)

Congratulations to everyone and thank you to every single member for huge contributions to our success!  Together we’re making a big impact in our community.

Our chapter placed 2nd place in Parade of Excellence for 1st Semester This means we are working hard and succeeding in providing well rounded programming for our chapter!  For those who missed the convention, here’s how we did!


State Awards

  • 2nd place in Parade of Chapters – Winston-Salem Jaycees

Project Awards

  • Local and Economic Development – 2nd Place: Big Eat Mac & Cheese Festival – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Local Personal Skills Development – 1st Place: Resume Review – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Local Community Empowerment – 1st Place: Chili Cook-Off or Lake Wacamaw Boys and Girl’s Home – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Inter-Organizational Coordination Program – 1st Place: Toiletries Drive for the Homeless of the Carolinas – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Local Growth and Development Program – 1st Place: 2018 Board Planning Retreat – Winston-Salem Jaycees

Individual Awards

  • All Star Local Director – Adrianna Cobb
  • All Star Vice President – Shay Wilson
  • All Star Chairman of the Board  – Sara Butner
  • All Star President  – Maria Talbert
  • Helping Hands Award Winner – Eric Peck (Foothills Brewing Tasting Room)


Distinguished Service Awards (DSA) Banquet

We would also like to congratulate our Outstanding Young Leaders that received a Distinguished Service Award during Convention Weekend. The DSA awards honor individuals that make a difference in our communities across the state in various categories, including Outstanding Teenager. This year two of our 2018 Outstanding Young Leaders won the Outstanding Teenager award, each receiving a $1,000 scholarship to their university.

  • Harrison Joel Peddle, Glenn High School
  • Sarah Ruth Nicholls, Mt. Tabor High School


Click here to see how we did at the 2017 Year End convention (Jan 2018).