(Riverton, WY) – Last week, eight members of the Wyoming Jaycees attended the JCI USA 2020 Year End Awards Celebration in Billings, Montana. Two members of the Fremont County Jaycees were recognized during the celebration.
2021 Greater Wyoming Jaycees Chapter President Cathy Rosenthal, of Riverton, received her 10th Degree Passport pin, according to Wyoming Jaycees. 2021 State Membership Director 2020 Chapter President Emily Smith, of Riverton, received the Presidential Medallion.
In addition to our local award winners, 2021 State Treasurer and Chairperson of the Board Lacey Hammett, of Dayton, was awarded her JCI Senatorship, the highest honor one can receive in the JCI organization. Hammett was also awarded a National Presidential Medallion from 2020 National President Justin Wutzke.
2021 State President Jenny Epperson, of Sheridan, was awarded a National Presidential Medallion, as well as receiving her 10th Degree Passport pin. Passport to Civic Leadership is a multi-year program that guides JCI members through a list of tasks meant to develop their leadership skills, culminating in the creation and implementation of a local impact project.
2021 State Executive VP Jeff Bugher, of Casper, was recognized for his work with JCI USA Leadership Fellows, a training program for up and coming leaders in the organization. 2021 Sheridan Jaycees Chapter President Christina White, of Sheridan, was awarded 2020 New Member of the Year.