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  • Writer's pictureSummer Anderson

Jaycees Kick off 2018

The DuBois Jaycees started 2018 off with a variety of fun filled events and community service initiatives.

On Saturday, March 31st, over 200 kids attended the annual Jaycees Easter Egg hunt at the DuBois City Park. Jaycees scattered Easter Eggs throughout the park, and had kids from ages 0-10 attend, alongside their families. Prizes were awarded to both both and girls, and those lucky winners were given a bike (based on their age bracket) or a decorative gift basket of toys and candy.

The annual Bowl-for-Kids Sake took place at the DuBois Lanes on Saturday, April 14th. The DuBois Jaycees participated by providing a team of bowlers, all while raising funds for the non-profit, Big Brothers Big Sisters. A fun time was had by all those who came out to bowl for this special event

Finally, on Saturday, April 21st. The DuBois Revitalization Group held their annual, Clean Up Day for the DuBois Community. Members from the DuBois Jaycees came out to pick up garbage on their

designated road. The Jaycees actually adopted a Highway (219 South), which starts at the DuBois High School, and ends at the Morning Side cemetery coming in to DuBois. Over 10 bags of garbage were collected, and the Jaycees were happy to help clean up the town they live in.

Our next meeting will be held at the Fairfield Inn in DuBois on Tuesday, May 15th. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.

We hope to see you at our next meeting!


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