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Jaycees Member Meeting
Our mission statement: to provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change. We are a membership-based nonprofit organization of 200,000 young people ages 18 to 40 in 5,000 communities and more than 100 countries around the world.
Currently, Port Washington Fish Day, wine tastings, and brat fries provide an outlet to raise funds. All fundraised monies are donated to the scholarship fund or used to better our community. As an organization we offer our members many social events throughout the year, including holiday parties, and pub crawls to name a few.
Opportunities to Make A Difference:
For 90 years, Jaycees have been making a difference in communities across the United States. Jaycees have built parks, playgrounds, ball fields and shelters for youth and elderly. Jaycees are involved in just about every community festival across the state of Wisconsin. They run signature projects that raise thousands of dollars: Over $100,000 has been donated for Junior Chamber Mission Inn, Red Cross support and the American Diabetes Association. The Port Washington-Saukville Jaycees are limited only by their imagination and motivation!!
More About W.J. Niederkorn Library
Nestled on the hills of West Grand Avenue and North Webster Street, the W.J. Niederkorn Library can be accessed from both floors. The upper floor features adult books, reference materials and other types of media, while the entire bottom floor is dedicated to children's reading. This library is a busy place to be, with plenty of adult and youth activities planned each month, but visitors will easily browse the shelves in the calm and quiet considered typical of such an atmosphere.