Our Vision and Mission Statement
The Auburn Jaycees were formed in 1947 to help serve our community and to build young leaders in the community.
To become the organization of choice for young people, providing direction and leadership to our communities and nation.
Our mission statement is to provide young people the opportunity to develop personal and leadership skills through
community service and organizational involvement while expanding the Jaycee movement.
We believe that Faith in God gives meaning and purpose to human life; that the brotherhood of man transcends
the sovereignty of nations; that economic justice can best be won by free men through free enterprise; that Government should
be of laws rather than of man; that earth's greatest treasure lies in human personality; and the service to humanity is the
BEST WORK OF LIFE!!!
How Do You Join?
It's easy! Just fill out the membership application and turn it in along with your first year's dues to any
How Much Does It Cost To Join?
Currently, the member dues are $35.00. Your dues help run
the local, state, national, and international organizations.
How Much TIme Does It Take To Be A Jaycee?
is a volunteer orgnaization and you can decide how much time you want to give to the chapter. You will be asked to do everything;
but if it doesn't fit your schedule, we won't be mad! We'll just see you at the next project.
When & Where
Do We Meet?
Mark the 1st Tuesday of the month for our meetings in the meeting room of the Auburn Bowling Center. Meetings
start at 7:30 p.m. and take less than an hour. Meetings are important to make plans for our organization, but attendance is
Why To Join?
Fellowship: Call it networking camaradereie or just plain having fun with new friends.
You'll associate with progressive young people with similar interests and objectives on the local to international levels.
Reasons To Join
Individual Development (ID):
ID is for the betterment of the member. This includes courses on personal dynamics,
, stress relief
and time management
. Other areas of ID programming are Family Life projects to Potluck Suppers.
Community Development: You can contribute to identifying the community needs. Then, plan
and exercise projects to help others. Community development areas cover youth projects and competitions,
community fund-raising, community improvement, i.e. Adopt-A-Highway; and Human Services projects.
This chapter is a business. To do this, we run chapter fund-raisers from Tent Rentals to fireworks sales, to
Tractor Pulls and Fair Bingo. These projects help us fund all the areas of the chapter.
Membership and Growth:
Membership and Growth is the fun part of the Jaycees. Without new and current members paying dues, the chapter would not
exist. Projects include member socials, new member recruitment projects, visiting other chapters, and new member training