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Program Managers Newsletter August

Program Managers Newsletter August

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Vol. 1, Issue 8

August 19, 2011

Who’s Your Next Ambassador? The Ambassador Honor Program was created by the U.S. Jaycees to recognize those members and alumni who have gone above and beyond to enhance and further the Jaycee movement. This is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon an individual by the U.S. Jaycees and is a great way to honor those who have continued to give back to our great organization. It’s very easy to recommend someone for an Ambassadorship – complete the nomination f
Vol. 1, Issue 8

August 19, 2011

Who’s Your Next Ambassador? The Ambassador Honor Program was created by the U.S. Jaycees to recognize those members and alumni who have gone above and beyond to enhance and further the Jaycee movement. This is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon an individual by the U.S. Jaycees and is a great way to honor those who have continued to give back to our great organization. It’s very easy to recommend someone for an Ambassadorship – complete the nomination f

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Vol. 1, Issue 8 August 19, 2011
Who’s Your Next Ambassador?
 The Ambassador Honor Program was created by the U.S. Jaycees to recognize those members andalumni who have gone above and beyond to enhance and further the Jaycee movement. This is thehighest honor that can be bestowed upon an individual by the U.S. Jaycees and is a great way to honorthose w
ho have continued to give back to our great organization. It’s very easy to recommend
someone for an Ambassadorship
complete the nomination form and send it to the National ServiceCenter along with a check for $150. So, take a minute and think
 
who’s
your next Ambassador?If you have questions or need additional information on the Ambassador Honor Program, pleasecontact Fay Poissant at fay_poissant@hotmail.com or (313) 333-6444.
As your August/September conferences approach take a look around at who you have in your chapter that isdeserving of a Senatorship. If you are unsure, because perhaps you really don
t know what it means to be aSenator or what they do for you. Ask someone
 
Ask a current Senator from your chapter who still comes around and gives tirelessly to make sure you can runthe signature projects you have been running for years. Ask a past Senator who your chapter talks about inreverence for all the hard work they did like maybe starting your chapter or starting that signature project.Ask your current State Senate President. Ask our current National Senate President. Just ask someone what itmeans and how important it is to bestow this honor on someone.The Senate is a part of us and they need to continue growing so in order to that you must honor thosedeserving to continue on the organization, so even after they age out they can continue to work hand in handwith your chapters and state to grow this organization.Remember, we are two groups working together for one purpose the betterment of our communities. Pleasecontact me if you have questions about the Senate program and how to honor someone or you need info oncontacting your Senate for help. Chrystal Ramsay, Senator #68800, at  jcidavp@yahoo.com or (352) 502-0535.
 
 
SUPPORT OUR TROOPS
I am challenging every chapter to conduct a SupportOur Troops or Toys for Tots project by December31
st
and turn in a completed CPG to me by January10
th
, 2012. I will be looking over the CPG’s for thebest CPG’s
/Projects and awarding some cash prizes.The first place winner will receive $75, 2
nd
place willreceive $50 and 3
rd
place will receive $25.Remember you are able to use this as part of yourBlue Chip submission also.
Here are some Project Ideas:August-
End of the summer picnic for soldiers andfamilies
September-
Labor Day on September 5
th
, PatriotDay and 9/11 on September 11th
October-
Columbus Day on October 10
th
, UN Day onOctober 24
th
, Halloween on October 31st
November-
Veter
an’s Day on November 11
th
,Thanksgiving Day on November 24th
December-
Pearl Harbor on December 7
th
, Start ofHanukkah on December 21st, Christmas onDecember 25th
Websites to check out:
Casualties’ website for Operation Enduring
Freedom: http://icasualties.org  Blue Star Mothers: www.bluestarmothers.org  Operation MN Nice:www.operationminnesotanice.com
Look for
 
US Jaycees Support Our Troops/Toysfor Tots Program on Facebook 
I am looking for chapters to share their ideas onprojects they have done in the past or are thinkingof running. Please share on the Facebook page or e-mail me. Thank You to everyone that has sharedalready. If you have any questions on anythingplease let me know.Juanita BeauchampUSJC 2011 SOT/TOT Program Managerrussjuanitabeauchamp@yahoo.com 320-968-8956 Home320-761-1003 Cell
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US Jaycees Support Our Troops/Toysfor Tots Program on Facebook 
I am challenging every chapter to conduct a SupportOur Troops or Toys for Tots project by December31
st
and turn in a completed CPG to me by January10
th
, 2012. I will be looking over the CPG’s for thebest CPG’s/Projects and awarding some cash prizes.
The first place winner will receive $75, 2
nd
place willreceive $50 and 3
rd
place will receive $25.Remember you are able to use this as part of yourBlue Chip submission also. Check out the Toys for Tots website @http://www.toysfortots.org.You can signup fortheir newsletter and check out special events &promotions.I am looking for chapters to share their ideas onprojects they have done in the past or are thinkingof running. Please share on the Facebook page or e-mail me. Thank you to everyone that has sharedalready.If you have any questions on anything please let meknow.Juanita BeauchampUSJC 2011 SOT/TOT Program Managerrussjuanitabeauchamp@yahoo.com 320-968-8956 Home320-761-1003 Cell
 
 
Greetings Jaycees across the nation.I have some excited news to share with you allas I just returned from the National American
Cancer Society’s Leadership Summit in Orlando,
FL and let me tell you all, that I not only metsome incredible people but I learned a lot whileI was there. Not to mention, how impressed Iwas with all the people in attendance and evensome from other countries and the incredibleworkshops they put on for us all. One of thepieces of exciting news is that the AmericanCancer Society is rolling out some new programsthis fall as well as a brand new Relay website(www.relayforlife.org
 
)on September 1, 2011. Ihad the honor of seeing a preview of the newvery user friendly website and I was quiteimpressed.However, I will speak about the new programsrolling out this fall in my next article but Iassure you will be excited to learn about them.So make sure you check back to next month
sarticle.Anyways, here it is August and the end of theRelay season is starting to wind down. Thefiscal year for the American Cancer Societyruns until August 31, 2011, however if you areparticipating in one of the few relays that dohappen in September, please contact me so wecan make sure your fundraising efforts arerecorded properly. Which also reminds me,please make sure that you are watching yourteam pages and making sure that yourfundraising totals are what they should be, sothat we can make sure that all the numbers jivetogether for year
end recognition purposes. Ifthere are any discrepancies please make sure you contact your local staff partner for yourlocal relay. But as always you can also alwayscontact me for any added support or questionsand I will be happy to help in any way I can.I hope you are all having a great summer and an
even better Relay season. Let’s continue to
make an IMPACT on all the individuals affectedby cancer.
Thank you to all that submitted your 1st quarterevaluation. The mid-year evaluations are due July 31.Please email me your evaluations thus far. Also anyprograms, CPGS or newsletters you may have forthe required items on Blue Chip.Please include your chapter name and state in thefile name. This is the best way I can match up yourBlue Chip process. If you have any questions pleaseemail usjcbluechip2011@yahoo.com. I will be sendingout the state lists to your state presidents so theycan verify all I have received.Some questions I had at convention in Chicago werehow to submit. Attach your files to an email andsend to my email address. The best format to sendis PDF as it is universal, but I can view mostformats. I will let you know if there is a problem.Thank you for working toward Blue Chip. Have agreat summer!Chamene PlumUSJC Blue Chip PM406-262-4099usjcbluechip2011@yahoo.com

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