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Stacy Hickman

Senator #79588

Year joined the Jaycees

1995

Home Chapter

Alexandria

A Bit About Me

Stacy started her Jaycee career in 1995 with the Alexandria Jaycees in.

She served as Financial Vice President, Management Vice President and State Director. She also chaired numerous projects including Haunted Houses, Yard Sales, Alexandria Jaycee Appreciation Night, The Trip to No Where Events, Ski Trips, CPG Mentoring Sessions, Easter Bunny Breakfasts, International Dinners, Bars of the Month, Christmas Parties, Christmas Tree Sales, Shopping Tours for Unprivileged Children, Clothes and Coat Drives for the Homeless, and Alexandria Scholarship Telethon Drive.

She served as President, Management Vice President, and State Director.

She chaired numerous projects including Haunted Houses, Alexandria Jaycee Appreciation Night, The Trip to No Where Events, Ski Trips, Numerous Fundraisers, CPG Mentoring Sessions, Easter Bunny Breakfasts, International Dinners, Bars of the Month,

Christmas Parties, Christmas Tree Sales, Shopping Tours for Unprivileged Children, Clothes and Coat Drives for the Homeless, Alexandria Scholarship Telethon Drive, Softball and Volleyball teams, events to promote awareness of child safety seat proper installation, Mentor to new Jaycees, Christmas in April and many, many others.

Her chapter writes: “Her dedication to her community and the Jaycee movement is rare and unique. She is a model citizen and cares deeply for her community. She continues this tradition by being a member of the Alexandria Jaycees Foundation, a 50C3 organization dedicated to charitable causes in the Northern Virginia Region.”

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Christine Flinton

Senator #79589

Year Joined the Jaycees

Home Chapter

Alexandria

A Bit About Me

 

Christine started her Jaycee career in 1999 with the Alexandria Jaycees.

She served as Financial Vice President, Management Vice President and State Director. She also chaired numerous projects including Haunted Houses, Yard Sales, Alexandria Jaycee Appreciation Night, The Trip to No Where Events, Ski Trips, CPG Mentoring Sessions, Easter Bunny Breakfasts, International Dinners, Bars of the Month, Christmas Parties, Christmas Tree Sales, Shopping Tours for Unprivileged Children, Clothes and Coat Drives for the Homeless, and Alexandria Scholarship Telethon Drive.

She received several awards, including: New Chairman of the Month, Chairman of the Quarter, Chairman of the Year, Jaycee of the Quarter, Jaycee of the Year, President’s award for most valuable Board Member, Numerous State and National Awards, Life Member of the Alexandria Jaycees, and 10th degree Jaycee.

 

Her chapter writes: “Her dedication and enthusiasm to the Jaycee movement is unmatched. Early on, she provided an example of jumping in with both feet! She is a problem solver and is dedicated to improving both her community and the world around her. It was through her commitment that made the Alexandria Jaycees one of most recognizable chapters in the Nation, for its many awards, but also an undeniable dedication to her community, family and friends. She continues this tradition by being President of the Alexandria Jaycees Foundation, a 50C3 organization dedicated to charitable causes in the Northern Virginia Region.”