Leadership Development Through Community Service

2011 Awards & Installation (part 1/3)

A piggy bank for saving the chapter money.

2010 President Winston Chow (left) had to deal with furloughs that cut the chapter’s budget in half.  In response he spent wisely which always kept money in the bank.  Also, in his farewell speech, he talked about his struggles to make the US Jaycees a modern day organization that young people can be enthusiastic about.  It ended with an apology to the membership for not being able to serve them better.  The Hawaii Jaycees gave a big Mahalo to Winston for taking up the leadership role, which is more difficult and more profound than any project.