Filed under: Birmingham Jaycees, Birmingham, AL, Civic Engagement, civic/service organizations, Rotaract, Uncategorized
It’s already been a fairly busy day out there in the Magic City for the world of young professionals. Here’s what we’ve got so far:
It appears that some of our young professional organizations are getting some more press recently. Today’s Birmingham News includes an article talking about the recent success of the city’s Rotaract Club. The organization does have an international presence, but it has a local focus, as the article points out. Click here to read more about them.
The Ronald McDonald House Young Leadership Board is preparing to host a “Hook ‘Em for the House Fishing Tournament” on April 8 at Lake Logan Martin from safe daylight to 3 p.m. Proceeds will go to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Alabama. Click here to view more information about the event. Please note that they are also still looking for sponsors for the event; I’ve also uploaded a sponsorship form. For more information, please contact Leah Dube at 956.9530 or David Hopkins at 907.4446.
The Birmingham Jaycees will be holding their monthly membership meeting a week from today, Thursday, February 23, at 7 p.m. in their offices at 619 Robert Jemison Road. Scheduled to speak are representatives from the Leeds/Moody American Cancer Society Relay for Life committee. The Jaycees plan to participate in this year’s Leeds/Moody event and welcome anyone interested in learning more about the chapter activities or about participating with their team to attend. I’ll post the link to view their Relay for Life website later on today.
I’ll check in again later on today. Have fun!
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