A JCI Museum! Visit to the US Jaycee National Archives

A JCI Museum! Visit to the US Jaycee National Archives

January 21, 2011 4:11 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

JCI has a rich and long history going back all the way to 1915. As a part of the USJC Leadership Academy, I got to visit the USJC National Service Center (USJCNSC) and the US Jaycee archives were much of the history of not only the US Jaycees is preserved but also the history of the JCIs.

Here’s some pictures from my visit. Jaycee Travis Ahlquist showed me around. Travis is Membership Director on the USJC national executive board. 

In front of the USJCNSC building

Posing in front of the USJC National Service Centre with JCI Calgary President Bethany Wall

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Each state member has a plaque in the entrance to the centre

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US JCI National President Joanie Cramer in her office

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Pictures of past US JC National Presidents

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JCI and the US Presidents

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Gold plated plates and cups with the JCI logo. The US President got one of these and so do the UK Prime Minister!

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JCI Creed. Find three faults! (two are spelling mistakes, one is grammar)

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JCI opera!

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The room the museum is in. 

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And of course, pictures of Hy – Henry Giessebier, the founder of JCI…

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