We Stand Together

A message from the JCI US President Justin Wutzke

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George Joseph Sterling, Jr.
NOVEMBER 30, 1936 – OCTOBER 12, 2020
Senator George Joseph Sterling, Jr. #16637 passed away at home in Davie, Florida, on Monday, October 12, 2020 after a lingering illness. George was extremely active in the Hollywood Jaycees, serving in several offices. President in 1971-1972 and National Director in 1972-1973; and he was awarded the Jaycees' highest honor of a Senatorship of JCI International # 16637.
He is survived by two sons, George J. Sterling, III (Rachel), of Washington DC, and David A. Sterling (Dawn), of Senoia, GA, as well as two granddaughters, Heaven and Shannon, his brother-in-law, Drew Rhodes, of Anniston, AL, and two nieces and a nephew. He is predeceased by his parents, George J. Sterling and Reba Sterling, and his sisters, Betty Sterling and Reba Rhodes. Please keep the family in your prayers!
George will be interred in Hollywood Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, the family will greatly appreciate donations to The Wounded Warrior Project in George's name.
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George Joseph Sterling, Jr.
NOVEMBER 30, 1936 – OCTOBER 12, 2020
Senator George Joseph Sterling, Jr. #16637 passed away at home in Davie, Florida, on Monday, October 12, 2020 after a lingering illness. George was extremely active in the Hollywood Jaycees, serving in several offices. President in 1971-1972 and National Director in 1972-1973; and he was awarded the Jaycees highest honor of a Senatorship of JCI International # 16637.
He is survived by two sons, George J. Sterling, III (Rachel), of Washington DC, and David A. Sterling (Dawn), of Senoia, GA, as well as two granddaughters, Heaven and Shannon, his brother-in-law, Drew Rhodes, of Anniston, AL, and two nieces and a nephew.  He is predeceased by his parents, George J. Sterling and Reba Sterling, and his sisters, Betty Sterling and Reba Rhodes. Please keep the family in your prayers!
George will be interred in Hollywood Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, the family will greatly appreciate donations to The Wounded Warrior Project in Georges name.Image attachment

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I wish I would have known him.....he was really proud of being in the Jaycees...this photo board was at his gravesite!

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The list of food to donate seems shorter than last year. It does not listed sweet potatoes, veggies, cranberries or stuffing. Did you already get all that or are you making smaller baskets this year?

FYI, the relapse and overdose rate has increased by 30% since March 2020. Mental health issues related to our lockdown and the pandemic are especially hard for people with depression.
NAMI, The National Alliance on Mental Health have a 24 hour helpline: 800-950-6264.
Please could any two of my Facebook friends just copy and repost to share the helpline far and wide?
Just two. Any two. Say done. ❤️
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Greater Hollywood Junior Chamber- Jaycees

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Let's do it!Celebrate individuals doing exactly what our mission states. It’s a way to reach out to individuals about the chapter, identify potential new projects, identify potential new members, and continue to spread the Jaycee name! Then email 100anniversary@jciusa.org so we can showcase your project at celebration of the century! !!#jciusa100 #vision2020 #jciempowersme ... See MoreSee Less

Lets do it!

The US Jaycees Foundation has grant opportunities available for your local community to get active immediately. Chapters may apply for grants for any project which serves the community or improves the ability, capacity, talents of the Chapter. Increased membership, improved leadership skills and service to humanity are all available for Chapter Grants. If you receive a grant be sure to let us and NVP Anna Price know how you've used the grant to #IMPACT the community so we share your success on social media!

Your Chapter can apply for a grant here: usjcfoundation.com/programs/grants/
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Hollywood Jaycees actually woke up at 5:30 a.m. to get to the Food Distribution put on by the City of Hollywood! Thanks Alan Paoli from the Kiwanis Club...everyone invited for brunch after at the hall! ... See MoreSee Less

Hollywood Jaycees actually woke up at 5:30 a.m. to get to the Food Distribution put on by the City of Hollywood! Thanks Alan Paoli from the Kiwanis Club...everyone invited for brunch after at the hall!Image attachment

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I would have came out for it. But I didn't see anything about it.

Getting the all clear!

We Stand Together
A message from the JCI US President Justin Wutzke

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COVID-19 has been life-changing for most of us. On this #MentalHealthMonday, JCI USA and Mental Health America ask you to check-in with yourself. Your concerns are valid. Share your story. You are not alone. #JayceeingYouThrough #JCIUSA #Vision2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Please share...we do need help until funding can come in and or we reopen! During these trying times the Greater Hollywood Jaycees are committed to our continual support of the city of Hollywood and it’s surrounding communities.
As you may know, the Jaycees rely on the rental of our banquet hall facilities located at 2930 Hollywood Blvd. in order to support our community outreach and building maintenance.
Due to this virus, we have had numerous rental cancellations and in turn deposit refunds to manage. All the while no new rental deposits are being received.
This puts us in a precarious situation that we’re hoping the local community can help keep the engines running while we sort out the new normal.
We’re asking for whatever you can spare so that we may continue contributing to the Greater Hollywood community at large.
Thanks for any contribution you can make at this time.
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Calling all Hollywood Jaycees - It's time to hop on zoom and hold our first virtual meeting! Join us TONIGHT at 7pm! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you Mindy Fels I have been talking to Shelby Jean about this!

Don't forget about our new weekly happy hour with JCI Florida! All are welcome! ... See MoreSee Less

Grab your adult beverage, put on your comfy pants and join JCI FLORIDA'S Virtual Happy Hour Tomorrow!!! Hope to see everyone there!!! We miss you all! ... See MoreSee Less

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Fred is in the middle ...looking for more photos!

Senator # 5028!

Sad to say we lost one of our Past Presidents Fred James Bucchino. He was the 20th President in 1964! Details to follow at a later date. ... See MoreSee Less

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from Bob Giacin.. Fred James ’64-65 president passed on 2/22. Obit to be in Sun Sentinel 2/25-26…Visitation at Landmark Funeral Home (Original Pancerias) Sunday 3/1, from 3 to 5.

Fred was President right after me,my love & condolences to his family, friends, & fellow Jaycee’s!

Let's do it!!!Your members are out creating positive change every day. Showcase them and their efforts by submitting them here: bit.ly/392leVW
Send a headshot photo to mwilliams@jciusa.org
#vision2020 #jciusa100 #jciempowersme
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Lets do it!!!

So proud of our Past Presidents stepping up to the state level! Congrats Stacy Marie!Please welcome Stacy Mahar to the JCI Florida Board of Directors! Stacy joined the Hollywood Jaycees officially in 2016, but grew up in the organization! Her parents were past members of the Hollywood Jaycees!

Stacy has held the following leadership roles:

-Hollywood Jaycees Vice President 2017
-Hollywood Jaycees Chapter President 2018
-JCI Florida OYF Program Chair 2019
-Hollywood Jaycees Chapter President 2019

Stacy is a Special Education teacher of JP Taravella High School in Coral Springs and recently earned her Master’s Degree in Exceptional Student Education. Stacy has such a passion for the special needs community she is even headed back to school for additional ESE certifications this coming year! Stacy is a Special Olympics coach and well as a Best Buddies club sponsor. She is married to Jeff Mahar and they have a little Jaycee-to-be DJ that participates in most of the projects the chapter does.

Stacy says most of her favorite memories growing up were of Jaycee projects and events and she loves the fact that she can now share that with her son!

You can reach Stacy via email at stacymahar@ymail.com or call/text her at 954-709-9982
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So proud of our Past Presidents stepping up to the state level! Congrats Stacy Anz Mahar!

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