Jaycees Annual Koeze Nut Sale!
It is time for our annual Koeze Nut Sale! We are proud to offer such an exceptional product to be sold in our community and the funds support the Jaycees in our projects! This year we added even more community service projects to help give back to our community. There was the Easter Egg hunt, The Back to School Bash, the Great Pumpkin Patch on top of the FreedomFest, Grand and Kids-Pet Parade.
Our organization is in need currently, as our Mini Golf is a bit outdated and in need of repairs. Through the mini golf we have given back to the community almost $300,000 since 1967. We would like to have the mini golf updated before we open again next May. To do this we need funds. We are proud of the work we do in Ludington, work we have been doing for 66 years here, and we want to continue and to be able to give back even more. Much of what we do is thanks to local business and support. Our biggest fundraiser of the year is our Koeze Nut Sale. It is a great way to buy gifts for family members, customers, teachers, and collegues and support our organization at the same time.
The Ludington Area Jaycees are a local non-profit community service organization established in 1947. We promote personal and professional development through leadership training, for young adults ages 21-40.
We are also always looking for support from the community in the form of new members for our organization, volunteers and man-power to help with other projects and new partnerships with local businesses.
We welcome you to contact us with any questions and we look forward to working with you.
Please feel free to contact Heather Catron,
Koeze Nut Sales Chairperson and Individual Development Vice President 2013
by email at
or by phone at
to get your catalog, place your order or ask any questions-
THE HUNT BEGINS AT 1 PM SHARP! PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN BAG/BASKET TO COLLECT EGGS IN AND RETURN EMPTY
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