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:

Amy Zambor

I'm a Winston Salem Jaycee, because I can serve the community and socialize at the same time.

Amy Zambor, 2017 Chairman of the Board

Chapter Achievements – 2013 Year End

 

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)

2013 NC Year End Convention (Jan 31 – Feb 2, 2014)

At Year End Convention our chapter was recognized with many awards – some for the 2nd semester and some for the entire year.

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 in Parade of Chapters for 2nd Semester & 1st in Parade of Chapters 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!

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State Awards

  • 2nd Semester: 2nd place in Parade of Chapters – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Year End: 1st place in Parade of Chapters – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • 2nd Semester: Top Growth Chapter (+ 19) – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • Libby Wallace Memorial Award (+ 32 overall – highest growth for year) – Winston-Salem Jaycees
  • George Lentz Award (most outstanding in area of membership development programming):  Winston-Salem Jaycees

Individual Awards

  • Charles Hawkins Memorial Award (outstanding local president) – Kimberly Hunter
  • Presidential Award of Honor – Kimberly Hunter
  • John Stackhouse Burn Center Award for top local Burn Center project chairmen – Scott Underwood for Band Aid for Burn Survivors
  • 2nd Semester:  Faith in God Award – Rebekah Beal
  • 2nd Semester:  All-Star Local Director – Caitlin Weaver
  • Year End:  All-Star Local Vice President – Sharon Reiss
  • Year End:  All -Star Local Director – Maria Burke
  • Passport to leadership (1st degree) – Steve Wu
  • Passport to leadership (1st degree) – Grandin Howell
  • Passport to leadership (1st degree) – Ashley Blount
  • Passport to leadership (2nd degree) – Julia Fannin
  • Passport to leadership (2nd degree) – Heather Martin
  • Passport to leadership (2nd degree) – Sara Butner
  • Passport to leadership (2nd degree) – Scott Underwood
  • Passport to leadership (4th degree) – Maria Burke
  • Passport to leadership (5th degree) – Sharon Reiss
  • Passport to leadership (10th degree achieved in 2013) – Katherine Taylor

Competition Winners

  • First Timers Award:  Jaclyn Saffari
  • Bill McDonald Leadership Award for most outstanding Rookie Jaycee – Maria Burke
    • Maria is now eligible to compete for the C. William Brownfield Award on the National level at the US Year End conference in June 2014.

Project Awards

  • HOBY (Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Seminar) NC West – chaired by Mitzi McLean
    • 2nd Semester:  Division 6 – 2nd place for Youth Activities
    • 2nd Semester: Sweepstakes winner (across all divisions in state) – 1st place for Youth Activities
    • Year End: 1st place for Youth Activities
  • Pottery Class – chaired by Sara Butner
    • 2nd Semester:  Division 6 – 1st place for Individual Development
    • 2nd Semester: Sweepstakes winner (across all divisions in state) – 1st place for Individual Development
  • Singles Mixer – chaired by Caitlin Weaver
    • 2nd Semester:  Division 6 – 1st place for Membership Recruitment
    • 2nd Semester: Sweepstakes winner (across all divisions in state) – 1st place for Membership Recruitment
  • Job Resource Fair – chaired by Sharon Reiss
    • Year End: 1st place for Individual Development
    • (Note – this project also won at Mid-Year convention for 1st Semester – 1st Place in Division 6 and 1st Place in Sweepstakes)
  • Spring Membership Drive – chaired by Maria Burke
    • Year End: 1st place for Membership Recruitment
    • (Note – this project also won at Mid-Year convention for 1st Semester – 1st Place in Division 6 and 1st Place in Sweepstakes)
  • Christmas Cheer – chaired by Amy Zambor & Sharon Reiss
    • Year End: 1st place for Community & Charity Fundraising
    • (Note – this project also won at Mid-Year convention for 1st Semester – 1st Place in Division 6 and 1st Place in Sweepstakes)


HOBY Awards!

In June 2013, we successfully completed our 4th year of HOBY NC West in Winston-Salem. In this 3-Day seminar, 103 Ambassadors from the western part of NC learned about their personal leadership skills, how to lead within a group, and how to lead within their communities.

HOBY NC West 2013

Each year awards are presented at HOBY Training Institute in Houston, Texas.  Awards are given to Leadership Seminar Chairs, Recruitment Directors, and Corporate Board Presidents from all over the country.  The following awards were presented:

  • SUPERIOR Leadership Seminar Chair: presented to Mitzi McLean
  • Recruitment Director Award:  presented to Carmen Miller

 

2013 Local Year End Award Banquet (Feb 23, 2014)

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.  BIG thanks to our 77th North Carolina Jaycees President, Scott Alexander, who attended our banquet to help present the awards!

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  • Project Chairmen of the Year “Ace” Award – Karen Modrow & Evan Beam (for Golf Tournament)
  • Board Member of the Year Award – Rick Babusiak
  • Moving on Up Award – Sara Butner
  • Rookie of the Year Award – Beth Harrison
  • Helping Hands Award – Michelle Walsh
  • Parasol Award – Stephanie Murphy

Click here to see how we did at the 2013 Mid-Year convention (in Aug 2013).

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