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                            “HOW MONEY WORKS” SEMINAR
                            Scott D. Hughes, Chairperson/Presenter
    APRIL 2010
                            The Asheboro Chapter of the North Carolina Jaycees will be
                            hosting a seminar entitled “How Money Works” on the evening
70 Years of Service!        of April 26th, 2010 at 7:00 pm.

Featured in this Edition:   The topics to be covered will include savings and investments, debt freedom and
                            mortgages, insurance and protecting your assets. Come out and learn how to play the
      CUOC                  money game, and reduce the amount of financial stress in your life. Learn how to pay
    PAGEANT                 off those bills, and start saving for retirement, and many other fun and interesting
FOSTER PARENTS              topics. We will also be giving out door prizes.
   YARD SALE
                            The seminar will be held at the North Carolina Jaycees Headquarters. Be sure to take
     RELAY                  advantage of the special incentives being offered to our members. To view the flyer
 STATE PROJECT              and get details regarding the special incentive information, please visit our website
       DSA                  at www.asheborojaycees.org

                            This is a tremendous recruiting opportunity as well. RSVP by calling 1-888-282-
      ●    ●    ●           6412 ext. 713; or send an e-mail asheborojci@hotmail.com.




                                                      The Human Race

                                                      Fun for the whole
                                                           family!




 NC JAYCEES DSA
 The North Carolina Distinguished Service Awards Luncheon and NC Jaycee Burn Center Visitation are
 scheduled for April 10, 2010 at the Carolina Club in Chapel Hill (everyone should utilize the parking deck for
 parking). The Burn Center will be providing us with a lunch at no charge as well as a special speaker. This is a
 day to recognize individuals’ outstanding accomplishments in the community. If you are interested in
 attending, contact Cindy Hayes at chayes33@triad.rr.com.

                                    Executive Committee Meeting            10:00 am
                                    Certification of Delegates for BOD     10:45 am
                                    Board of Directors Meeting             11:00 am
                                    Seating for Lunch                      11:45 am
                                    DSA Program Begins                     12:00 pm
                                    Burn Center Tour Begins                2:00 pm
HUMAN RACE FOLLOW-UP
Melanie Coble, Project Chairperson                                                 CUOC
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Human            Donations are needed for the Christian United
Race on Saturday, March 27th at Bicentennial Park. It was      Outreach Center. Items needed for the month of
a great day for everyone. We had seven (and a half-            April:
thanks Sydney for hanging out with us) members who
walked or ran in the event. Also thanks to those members                             SOUP
who weren’t able to walk the day of but still raised money     Please donate each month to CUOC. This is a
for the event.                                                 year-long project and you may bring the
                                                               donated items to any board/membership
The great thing is that even if you haven’t been able to       meeting or project. Contact Jason Hayes.
support the event so far you still have time. The deadline
for turning in money is April 15th and we are only
$100.00 away from our goal. Help me meet our goal by           In addition to the item assigned to us (soup),
bringing your donations to the next membership meeting.        they have a real need for peanut butter and
Thanks again to everyone who has helped to make this           jelly, crackers, spaghetti, spaghetti sauce and
project a success.                                             pork n’ beans.




                 IT’S PAGEANT TIME AGAIN!
                 Cindy Hayes, State Director
Asheboro Jaycees – mark your calendars for June 12! This is the date of this year's Randolph County Youth
Pageant. The pageant will be at Southwest Randolph High School this year and the theme is “Strike a Pose.”

Assistance for the actual pageant will be needed on Friday, June 11, for rehearsals beginning at 5 p.m., and all
day on Saturday, June 12, beginning at 8:30 a.m. for the two-part pageants and the interviews. There are many
ways to help!

Rehearsal:
Collecting money from contestants and parents for hospitality signs
Counting money
Selling tickets to contestants' families
Decorating the stage
Setting up the entrance area – hanging signs, putting out tables and chairs

Pageant Day:
Selling tickets and programs
Collecting tickets at the door
Contestant coordination
Judge liaison
Time keeper for interviews
Runner ... and more!

In addition to these roles at the time of the pageant, there is always behind-the-scenes needs as well. And
everyone can assist in selling ads for our program books and recruiting contestants. Details for both of these
items are also listed in the newsletter. There are also three pageant practice sessions leading up to the
pageant. They are May 16, May 23, and June 6 at 2-4:30 p.m. (These are all Sunday afternoons.) Jenny Parks,
the pageant director, will be making all the announcements and helping the contestants prepare for the
pageant. Support from chapter members is always welcome and encouraged.

Please stay tuned for more details as the weeks progress. If you'd like more information about how you can
help Jenny now, please contact her directly at parks47@embarqmail.com.
                                                        Pageant Contestant Categories:
         Pageant Program Book Ads:                            Ages 16-18 – Teen Miss Randolph County
               Whole page - $100                              Ages 13-15 – Junior Miss Randolph County
               Half page - $75                                Ages 9-12 – Young Miss Randolph County
               Quarter page - $50                             Ages 6-8 – Little Miss Randolph County
               Business card -- $25                           Ages 4-5 – Tiny Miss Randolph County




FOSTER PARENT COOKOUT
Wendie Emerson, Chapter President
Who: Asheboro Jaycees
What: Foster Parent Cookout
Where: North Asheboro Park
Why: To thank the foster parents of Randolph County for their commitment to the many children they
       serve all year long.
When: Tuesday May 11th at 6:30 pm

I will be sending around a sign-up sheet on March 26th at the Money Management Seminar. I will need to
know who will be attending to help with the project plus who can bring what items of food. Anyone who
would like to chair or co-chair this project would be welcomed. The foster parents received their invitations
in this month’s foster parent newsletter and they have to RSVP by May 3rd.
Thanks in advance for all of your help!




GIANT YARD SALE
Melanie Coble, Project Chairperson
The Asheboro Jaycees are starting a new fundraiser for the chapter this year that will help not only the
chapter but also members and the community as well. A yard sale will take place Saturday May 1, 2010,
7:30am-until, at the North Carolina Jaycees Building, 315 Country Club Drive. Now I know you are asking
yourself, “How can I get involved in this great project?” Well you are in luck as this is a project for everyone. If
you have unwanted stuff that you want to get rid of and don’t have a place to have a sale or you just don’t
want the hassle of planning it, this project is for you. Reserve your space today at the Asheboro Jaycees
Yard Sale for just $10.00. The best part is the money you make at your space is yours to keep.

If you have stuff you want to get rid of but don’t want to deal with manning a table or be there all morning,
you can still benefit from this project. It’s simple, donate the things you want to get rid of to the Jaycees and
the Jaycees will take care of getting rid of it for you. These things will help the Jaycees raise money for the
chapter. If you don’t have anything to donate, then how about getting other charitable organizations (your
church group) or your friends and family involved by letting them know about the sale and they can buy a
table. So as you can see it will be a sale for everyone.

Maybe you are saying to yourself that you don’t have anything for the sale and don’t know anyone who would
like to buy a table at the sale but I really want to help. You are still in luck! There will be the opportunity to
volunteer that day as well. We will need people manning the Jaycee table, working as cashiers, selling food
and drinks and helping with set up and tear down. As you can see there are opportunities for the entire
chapter to help out with this project. Contact Melanie Coble at angelsandbutterflies@hotmail.com or 336-
317-8013 to reserve your place in this great project. Remember to mark your calendars for May 1, 7:30am-
until, at the North Carolina Jaycee Headquarters, 315 Country Club Drive, Asheboro NC.
                    PULL OUT YOUR PINK & PURPLE…
                    RELAY FOR LIFE IS COMING TO TOWN!
                    Cindy Hayes, State Director
On May 14-15 Randolph County will once again paint the town purple and pink with the annual American
Cancer Society Relay For Life. The Asheboro Jaycees will once again be camped out on the track at Southwest
Randolph High School to support the fight to create a world with less cancer and more birthdays ... the fight
against cancer!

Relay For Life is an overnight (yes, Randolph County is back to overnight this year) event that celebrates life
and commemorates those lives lost to cancer while raising funds for cancer research, prevention and early
detection programs, and survivor programs and services. Many of these programs are offered right here in
our own community. In fact, the American Cancer Society and the Randolph Cancer Center recently partnered
to open a Cancer Resource Center within the cancer center. This room, run completely by dedicated
volunteers, offers cancer patients and caregivers resources to access information and assistance during all
stages of their cancer journey.

Relay will kick off on Friday, May 14, at 6:00 p.m. The survivor lap will take place shortly after the kickoff
ceremony and there will be a luminaria service around 10 p.m. -- after dark.

The Jaycees will have some activities going on that night – dunking booth, “pick-a-duck” for a prize, Queen for
a Night (by our youth queens) – so we will need volunteers to help man the tent for a few hours. Also, if you'd
like to assist with the project in some way, please contact Cindy Hayes at chayes33@triad.rr.com. There is
always a need for people to help set up the tent on Friday afternoon and to tear down the tent and other items
(dunking booth – hint, hint) on Saturday morning at the conclusion of the event.

Although we have activities to raise funds during the event, everyone is encouraged to help in this endeavor.
You can do so in many ways, including selling luminaries for $5 each or three for $12. (People can decorate
them now, we just need them back before the event.) You can also officially join the team online and use the
online tools to raise funds. The address is http://main.acsevents.org/goto/asheborojaycees (just copy and
paste the link into your browser and register).

Randolph County is also having a banner contest this year. I would love to see the Asheboro Jaycees well-
represented in this activity. If you are creative or would just like to have fun with this, please let me know if
you'd like to help out with the banner. Please contact me with any other questions.


                             WHAT DOES RELAY FOR LIFE MEAN TO YOU?

Do you have a special reason for participating in Relay For Life? Or do you just have a special
story – even funny – about Relay? I'd love for you to share those with me! Send your story or
comments to chayes33@triad.rr.com, or just write them down and drop them in the mail.



MUSIC AND MEMBERSHIP!
Dan Emerson, Membership Vice President
The Asheboro Parks and Rec have a Summer Concert Series. On the first Friday and third Sunday of May, June,
July and August there will be concerts in Bicentennial Park in Asheboro. I thought this would be a good time
for the Asheboro Jaycees to spend time together having fun and to get our name out there. May 7th will
feature “The Entertainers” and May 16th will feature “Southbound 49.” Both bands will be great! Each month
I will list other bands in the series here in the newsletter. We can bring food and beverages, wear Asheboro
Jaycee t-shirts and have some fun. I know the “The Band of Oz” will be there September 5th! So, come join us
and bring a friend! Especially if they are Jaycee age!
The North Carolina Jaycees are participating in the North Carolina Wine Festival on Saturday May 29, 2010.
The North Carolina Wine Festival (www.ncwinefestival.com ), located in Tanglewood (outside of Winston
Salem, NC) is an annual festival where local wine vendors and bands create a family fun environment and
supports our local economy. We will be assisting vendors with a variety of duties in order to help them
maximize their exposure, profits and overall value of this festival.

As a volunteer for the festival you will receive:
    • A ticket for the event - enjoy the event from 11am-3pm
    • A free t-shirt
    • A free meal ticket
    • Free parking

All we need from you is 3.5 hours of your time (3:15 pm - 6:45 pm). If interested in helping please contact
Cindy Hayes.


                     10 OUTSTANDING RANDOLPH COUNTY CITIZENS
The Ten Outstanding Randolph County Citizens program (formerly known as DSA) was held on Monday,
March 22 at the NC Jaycees Headquarters. The following citizens were recognized for their achievements:

Outstanding Young Educator (Asheboro City Schools) ............................................................................... Bethann Fravel
Outstanding Young Educator (Randolph County Schools) ........................................................................ Courtney Davis
Outstanding Young Public Servant (EMS).......................................................................................................... Justine Buxton
Outstanding Young Public Servant (Firefighter)............................................................................................ Timothy Allred
Outstanding Young Public Servant (Police) .......................................................................................................... Travis Curry
Outstanding Senior Citizen ............................................................................................................................................... Betty Hunt
Outstanding Teenager .................................................................................................................................................. Jessica Harris
Boss of the Year ............................................................................................................................................................. Emily Coltrane
Distinguished Service Award ................................................................................................................................. Courtney Davis




                                                                       Ten Outstanding
                                                                       Randolph County
                                                                           Citizens
                                                                            (DSA)
About Our Organization


The Asheboro Jaycees gives young adults the tools they        ASHEBORO JAYCEES
need to build the bridges of success for themselves in the
areas of business development, management skills,                   PO Box 637
individual training, community service and international         Asheboro, NC 27204
connections.
Every member has unique talents to offer and we provide              WEBSITE:
them the freedom to contribute them in any way, from
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training other members to creatively using them in
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programs and projects.                                       www.myspace.com/asheborojaycees

The Asheboro Jaycees are part of the North Carolina State            FACEBOOK:
Jaycees and are affiliated with The United States Junior         Follow us on Facebook
Chamber and Junior Chamber International. There are
countless leadership opportunities for members at each                 EMAIL:
of these levels. The state, national and international
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organizations support the local chapters around the
globe, and provide training and tools to develop our
members.

                                                                    Meetings
                                                             NC Jaycee Headquarters
                                                              315 Country Club Drive
2010 Board of Directors
President                              Wendie Emerson              Board Meeting
Community Vice President               Jason Hayes                    April 12
Individual Development VP              Starla Hughes                  6:30pm
Management Vice President              Ame Luther
Membership Vice President              Dan Emerson             Membership Meetings
Secretary                              Position Open*               April 12
Treasurer                              Shannon Foster                 7pm
State Director                         Cindy Hayes
Chairman of the Board                  Kevin Antonson
*If you are interested in an open board position, contact
Wendie Emerson.
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