Appreciating Young Leaders
The Ludington Area Jaycees held an event March 2nd 2014 at Backstage Hobby and Games, to honor the service of their Junior Jaycees (Junior Jaycees are the children of active members) for events that they helped to run in 2013. We are very proud of these children and the time they spent helping their community. They participated in things like the Freedom Festival Grand Parade, The Summer Kick Off Concert, The Children’s and Pet Parade, Thanksgiving Baskets the Jaycees help to provide to families through the Salvation Army, the Haunted Mini Golf, The Pumpkin Patch, The Back to School Bash, Scottville Harvest Festival, The Scottville Harvest Festival Parade, Friday Night Live and other Jaycee events that were run in 2013. All together these 13 kids had given 250 hours of service to their community last year! We are very proud of them and want to say thank you!
Ayden Strouse- 2 hours
Keygan Strouse- 2 hours
Cayde Raczkowski- 2 hours
Olivia Raczkowski- 2 hours
Kiera Aberegg- 2 hours
Echo Aberegg- 4 hours
Dan Fugere- 50 hours
Kadin Fugere- 50 hours
Lucas Catron- 50 hours
Katherine Catron- 50 hours
Dylan Kelsey- 30 hours
Sadie Holden- 2 hours
The mission of the Ludington Area Jaycees is to serve our community, to expand our capabilities and to develop life long friendships. The vision of the Ludington Area Jaycees is to be the service club of choice for people between the ages of 21 and 40 throughout the Ludington/Mason County Area.
The Ludington Area Jaycees have been around since 1947.
If you would like more information or are interested in joining, please contact Heather Catron, 2014 President by calling 517-902-9525 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or John Shimel, 2014 Chairman of the Board by calling 231-690-5400 or by e-mailing email@example.com or check us out online at ludingtonareajaycees.org or on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LAJCS.
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The Ludington Area Jaycees have created a new event to benefit their 2018 Freedom Festival Fireworks Fund called the Light Up
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