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:

Heather Martin

I joined to be able to get involved in my community and have an opportunity to give back. I had no idea how much love, support, and guidance I would gain in the process.

Heather Martin, General Member

Chapter Achievements

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)

2016 NC Year End Convention (Feb 17 – 19, 2017)

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 2nd Semester and 2nd place for Year End.  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 Semester: 2nd place in Parade of Chapters – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Year End: 2nd place in Parade of Chapters – Winston-Salem Jaycees

Individual Awards

  • 2nd Semester: All Star Local Director – Renee Parker
  • 2nd Semester: All Star Local VP – Sara Butner
  • 2nd Semester: All Star Local President – Caitlin Weaver
  • 2nd Semester – Individual Competitions – Open Speak UP – Yvette Spears
  • 2nd Semester – Individual Competitions – Debate – Sara Butner
  • Year End: All Star Local Director – Renee Parker
  • Year End: All Star Local VP – Yvette Spears
  • Year End – Individual Competitions – First Timers – Kali Blevins
  • JCI Senatorship – Kevin Matthies
  • Helping Hands Award Nominee – Second and Green Tavern
  • Charles Hawkins Award (Most outstanding local chapter president) – Caitlin Weaver
  • Bob Bain Memorial Award (Most outstanding program manager) – Sara Butner

Project Awards

  • 2nd Semester:  Local Economic Development – 1st Place: Camel City Bike Festival – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • 2nd Semester:  Local Personal Skills Development – 2nd Place: Leadership Conference – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • 2nd Semester:  Local Community Empowerment – 2nd Place: Poker Run and Band-Aid for Burn Survivors – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • 2nd Semester:  Inter-Organizational Coordination Program – 1st Place: Fun Time Friday for Duke Cancer Institute – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Year End:  Local Community Empowerment – 1st Place: HOBY Oyster Roast – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Year End:  Local Community Empowerment – 2nd Place: Poker Run and Band-Aid for Burn Survivors – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Year End:  Local Economic Development – 1st Place: 2015 Winston-Salem Jaycees Holiday Parade – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Year End:  Local Personal Skills Development – 2nd Place: Leadership Conference – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Year End:  Local Term Community Development – 1st Place: 2015 Christmas Cheer – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Year End:  Inter-Organizational Coordination Program – 2nd Place: Fun Time Friday for Duke Cancer Institute – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Year End: Local United Nations Millennium Development Goals (UN MDG) Program – 1st place – Nothing But Nets Birthday Party at 2nd and Green – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Year End:  Cindy Kay Strope Memorial Award (Most outstanding child & youth project) – 2015 Christmas Cheer – Winston-Salem Jaycees

NC Jaycees Priority Project Awards

  • Russell Bennett Memorial Award (most outstanding chairman of the best project benefiting the Duke Cancer Patient Support Program) – Fun Time Friday for Duke Cancer Institute  – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Bucket 1 (highest amount donated by a chapter to the NC Jaycee Burn Center) – Poker Run and Band-Aid for Burn Survivors – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Top 3 donations  to the Boys & Girl’s Home at Lake Waccamaw – Winston-Salem Jaycees

Area Programming Awards

  • William K. Hobbs Award (Most outstanding individual development programming) – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Luther J. Britt Award (Most outstanding community development programming) – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Libby Wallace Memorial Award – Highest growth for the year – Winston-Salem Jaycees & Greenville Jaycees (+3)
  • Henry Giessenbier Memorial Award (Most outstanding programming) – Divisions 5 – 8 (Over 50 members) – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • John Kiger Memorial Award (Most outstanding chapter) – Winston-Salem Jaycees

2016 Local Year End Award Banquet (Feb 21, 2017)

At our Local Year End Awards Banquet we presented our awards received at the NC Year End convention to our membership.  We also awarded some local chapter awards.

  • Project chair of the 3rd quarter – Adrianna Cobb (Thursday Night Football)
  • Project chair of the 4th quarter – Brittani Swinford (Christmas Cheer)
  • Board member of the 3rd quarter – Renee Parker (Community Director)
  • Board member of the 4th quarter – Yvette Spears (Community VP)
  • Board member of the Year – Amy Zambor (COB)
  • Active General Member of the Year – Chris Lineberry
  • Associate Member of Year – Kevin Matthies & Sharon Reiss

Click here to see how we did at the 2015 Year End convention (Jan 2016).

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