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Greater Scranton Jaycees Win Prestigious Award for First Time in 30 Years

Feb 26, 2015 11:23AM ● Published by Erica Shames

At the year-end Pennsylvania Jaycees awards conference, held in Gettysburg, PA, the Greater Scranton Jaycees were recognized by winning the Golden Eagle Award, which symbolizes the #1 Chapter in the State of Pennsylvania out of 27 total chapters.

In the 30 year history of the award, this is the first time that the award was won by the Greater Scranton Jaycees. Chapter President, Frank Joyce, also won the Robert Eyerman Award for Most Outstanding Chapter President, and Jennifer Radzwillowicz won the award for Most Outstanding State Vice-President.

United States Jaycees President Jennifer Ray will visit the chapter at its installation Banquet/Party at the Hilton Hotel and Conference Center - Scranton, on Saturday, February 28, 2015.

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