New York State JCI Senate Conference Call Meeting Notice The next New York State JCI Senate Meeting will be a conference call. Date: Tuesday, June 16, 2020 Time: 8:00 PM Conference Telephone #: 1-800-356-8278 Conference Code: 646411
MAI 2020, the annual meeting of Regions 2 and 3 of the U.S. JCI Senate, will take place April 2-5, 2020 at Doubletree by Hilton,150 W 4th St, Jamestown, NY 14701. The New York State JCI Senate invites you to visit the birthplace of Lucille Ball and the home of the new National Comedy Center.
The annual JCI Senate Scholarship applications are available to download and share with HS Seniors in NY State.
This package contains information and directions for applying to the United States JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship Program. Each year (April) $1,000 grants will be awarded to graduating high school seniors in the United States, who plan to continue their education at accredited post-secondary colleges, universities or vocational schools. The number of grants awarded annually will be at the discretion of the United States JCI Senate Foundation. They must be used for educational expenses in the first year of full-time study. Checks awarded will be made out in the name of the recipient and the educational institution of their choice.
NYS JCI Senate also has a $150 and $100 Scholarship for the 1st and 2nd place Applications.
These 2 winners will be submitted to the national organization to be judged for the $1000 Scholarships.
In the Past the US JCI Senate has given out up to (20) $1000 Scholarships per year.
The preliminary copy of the Living Book, which is the brain child on Frank Castellano and Russ Williams, is available on the link below.
The Living Book is a history of the New York State Jaycees.
If you have contributed to the book by providing a list of officers who served during your year as State President and/or by providing your Jaycee biography, summary of your year as President and a personal message let me thank you. You may want to review the material provided by your colleagues and fine tune your input.
If you just haven’t found the time yet to provide input you have until June 10th to get your input to me. I will make sure that any updates and/or additions are part of the first printing of the book.
US JCI Senate,
> This is a fantastic opportunity for us to GIVE to the Jaycees. All you need to do is visit the http://www.usjayceefoundation.org website follow the instruction to vote. The US JCI Senate has committed to assist the Jaycees – Challenge to each of you is to take a few minutes and VOTE. Then share this opportunity with a friend, neighbor, fellow employees – BLAST you email list.
> The Jaycees need your help in raising the awareness plus your time to support them in this opportunity.
> More information is located on the Foundation website – what are you waiting on visit http://www.usjayceefoundation.org
> I just voted again this morning – The Senate has an opportunity to make a super impact on the voting process – an easy way to give to the US Jaycee Foundation
> Voting Period and Rules – might have impact on voting process
> Voting early and often may not work as one would hope – reading the rules may take a moment, but benefit our US Jaycee Foundation.
> Voting Period: Beginning September 6, 2012 and ending September 19, 2012, Chase customers with a Chase online account and Facebook users can vote for their favorite charity (“Eligible Voters”).
> Chase Customers with a Chase online account will receive two (2) votes on http://www.ChaseGiving.com. Each vote on http://www.ChaseGiving.com must be cast for a different Eligible Nominated Charity.
> Facebook users who allow “Access” to the Chase Community Giving application will receive two (2) votes on the Chase Community Giving application on Facebook.
> Each vote must be cast for a different Eligible Nominated Charity. Facebook users will have an opportunity to earn one (1) bonus vote on Facebook, as described below. This bonus vote may be cast for any Eligible Nominated Charity even if the Eligible Voter has already cast a vote for the same charity. Chase Customers who are also Facebook users can vote at http://www.ChaseGiving.com and Facebook. If an Eligible Voter who is a Chase customer casts votes on both http://www.ChaseGiving.com and Facebook, the Eligible Voter may vote for the same charity twice – once on http://www.ChaseGiving.com and once on Facebook. The same Eligible Voter may vote a third time on Facebook if that Eligible Voter earns a Bonus vote as described below. The 196 Eligible Nominated Charities who receive the most valid votes as determined by Chase will receive a grant as described below. The National Program grant recipients will be announced on or about September 20, 2012.
> Thank you,
> Newton Standridge 29407
> US Jaycee Liaison – US JCI Senate
NY brought 13 NY’er to Camp Dearborn to participate in the 56th Annual Amerada. This included Senators John Tyo, Bill Bates, Dewey Niemi, Kramit Kramer, Dave Stern, and Scott Kingsley. The move to Michigan was a great decision – we had 21 new attendees that are now in love with Amerada and have committed to come to next years Amerada in Brandtford Canada… If you’ver never been, you have a a year to prepare. It is the 2nd Weekend in September.
We had Winners in many competitions incl:
Kramit Kramer: Mens Arm Wrestling
Dave Stern: Pickle Eating
Kramit Kramer and Mark Napierkowski: Men’s Tug of War
Mel Robinson: Pancake Eating
Kramit Kramer: Volley Ball on Canadian Team
Kramit Kramer: Horse Shoes
I have heard from several you about the Mentors Magazine. More specifically about NY not having an article in the past 2 issues. 1st, my bad. 2nd. I now have a calendar that has the deadlines so I can plan ahead. The last article was due June 23rd. My son’s High School Graduation was June 21st and I found out about the article due date too late. Also the reason I wasn’t at the National Convention in Orlando. Communication between National and State Senators needs to improve, as does State Senate and all of you. I have been participating in local events with my home chapter and I hope to hear stories of you helping your chapters. As summer draws to a close I hope to be able to focus on the Senate more and make you proud of our organization.