Lowcountry Jaycees receive awards

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Photo above: LC Jaycees end of year awards.

The Lowcountry Jaycees were recognized for service to the community and organization through seven awards at this year’s South Carolina Jaycees year end awards ceremony.

The awards included:

The Charlie White Award for Outstanding Camp Hope Project of the Year: LC Jaycees Beaufort Food Truck Fest/Grub 4 Hope

Outstanding Jaycee of the Year: Elizabeth Penn-Sanders

Outstanding Rookie of the Year: Jared Hamilton

Outstanding Local Officer of the Year: Kristin McClain

Outstanding Local President of the Second Half: Amber Mulligan

Outstanding Local Office of the Second Half: Kristin McClain

Outstanding Local VP of the Second Half: Kaleb Agustin

The LC Jaycees have provided numerous service opportunities over the past year for its members including the Beaufort Food Truck Festival, Adopt a Highway, Back Pack Buddies, Senior citizen yard cleanup, Beaufort Water Festival, and a variety of social activityes and trainings at regular monthly meetings.

The LC Jaycees, also known as the Junior Chamber of Commerce, is a community service organization for men and women between the ages of 18-40. The Jaycees promote leadership training and self-improvement by providing services and support for the community as well as networking opportunities and social events. The goal is to make a difference in the community as well as achieve personal growth for the members.

The LC Jaycees meet the fourth Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. in the Port Royal Town Hal. For more information, email lowcountryjaycees@gmail.com.

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