The 13th Annual
Jaycee Indoor Winter Softball Tournament
For the benefit of Special Olympics
February 23-26, 2006
Team Managers Letter
Click here for Online Team
Team Registration Form
Who are the Jaycees?
The United States Junior Chamber (Jaycees) gives young
people between the ages of 21 and 39 the tools they
need to build the bridges of success for themselves
in the areas of business development, management skills,
individual training, community service, and international
in 1920 to provide opportunities for young men to develop
personal and leadership skills through service to others,
the Jaycees later expanded to include women, reflecting
the growing influence and leadership of women in America.
the past 83 years, Jaycees have been a force for good
in America and around the world. Jaycees helped establish
AirMail services in America with Jaycee Charles Lindbergh,
and have raised millions of dollars for causes such as
the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the March of Dimes.
They have built parks, playgrounds, hospitals, ball fields,
and housing for the elderly while conducting service and
support programs in thousands of communities nationwide.
can be found in all walks of life: governmental leaders
such as past Presidents Bill Clinton & Gerald Ford,
business tycoons such as Dominos Pizza mogul Tom
Monaghan, registered nurse and former Miss America Kaye
Lani Rae Rafko-Wilson, sports heroes like basketball great
Larry Bird name the field and Jaycees can be found
at the forefront.
the focus of the nation on volunteerism, from the smallest
towns to the largest cities, the Jaycees are enlarging
areas of opportunity for young people.
To help the Marquette
Area Jaycees determine where our services are needed;
please fill out our
Community Survey Form.
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