We've added a page with information on how you can participate in this year's Studio City/North Hollywood Relay for Life. Click on the projects tab or CLICK HERE!
 
 
"Where fitness and community come together" 

Former Jaycee presidents, Nancy Sexton and Jack Witt, are organizing a program called GoodWill Workouts. GoodWill Workouts are not just an affordable, great way to get in shape, it's a way to give back to the community. Nancy and Jack will donate 10% of our proceeds towards a local community organization. From February thru May, those proceeds will be donated to the UCNH Jaycees. 

Join them on Saturday, February 18th ad 7am for a free trial workout (must RSVP to info@realifefitness.com). After that, workouts will be every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7am in Beeman Park. You can sign up for 4 weeks for $200, or the total 12 week program for $555. Anyone joining after the start rate will receive a prorated plan based on $20 per workout. 


For more information, email info@realifefitness.com

Follow Jack Witt on twitter @getfitwithwitt

 
 
The Relay For Life of Studio City‐North Hollywood will be held on May 19‐20, 2012 at Walter Reed Junior High School. Teams of 5-20 people create a relay by taking turns walking, running, or strolling around the track for 24 consecutive hours. Participants will camp out with family and friends, enjoying the music, entertainment, food and friendship while building team spirit to help in the fight against cancer. It is a 24‐hour event, which symbolizes the difficulty that cancer patients face in just one 24‐hour period.

During the event, we honor cancer survivors at opening ceremonies at 9:00 AM as they walk the traditional first lap. At 9:00 PM the lights go out for our Luminaria (candle lighting) ceremony where we honor those who have won the battle and remember those who didn’t. The event culminates with a powerful Fight Back Closing Ceremony as we continue in the fight even after Relay is over. This 24‐hour celebration unifies the Studio City‐North Hollywood communities for a cause that touches everyone. It will make you laugh, cry and be forever changed.

The UCNH Jaycees are going to be a big part of this year's Relay for Life of Studio City & North Hollywood! Sunny Valencia has signed on to be the community sponsorship chair, and Wade Trefethen will be the team development chair. We are aiming to get as many people from our community involved with this year's event.

If you are interested in getting involved with this year's Relay for Life, please contact us.

Sunny Valencia - sunny@ucnhjaycees.org
Wade Trefethen - wade@ucnhjaycees.org


More information on Relay for Life can also be found on the event's website: RELAY FOR LIFE


 
 
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The Universal City-North Hollywood Jaycees will once again be organizing their annual Operation Santa project this holiday season. Since 1998, hundreds of local low-income children have received presents as a result of Operation Santa.

Visit the OPERATION SANTA page of our website for more information!

 
 
The UCNH Jaycees are joining Good Girls Give in their first annual walkathon on Sunday, October 23rd.

Good Girls Give is a non-profit organization that aims to give individuals with severe disabilities the chance to receive their 'Dream Day'. It was founded in 2009 by Laurie Green after she discovered a long lost friend was diagnosed with Locked-In Syndrome. This disease made it impossible for him to walk or talk for himself. With the help of generous donors, Good Girls Give was able to donate equipment and physical training that insurance would not cover. Good Girls Give was also able to arrange a 'dream day' for him and his kids. Since then, Good Girls Give has made it a mission to provide others with disabilities their very own 'dream day'.

Please join us in helping Good Girls Give continue to make dreams come true. 


 
 
Join us on May 15th at 8 1/2 Taverna for a night of fine wine, great food, and entertainment while raising funds for the American Cancer Society. Print out the following flyer and 10% of your bill will be donated to the American Cancer Society.

We would like to thank Fabrizio Di Gianni for his generosity in allowing us to have this event at 8 1/2.
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If the above image does not show up, the flyer can also be download a PDF version by CLICKING HERE
 
 
Thank you for visiting the Universal City/North Hollywood Jaycees website.  Our members are young people between the ages of 18 – 40 who have the desire to make a difference in their community.  As you look around, I hope you find it both easy to use and inspiring.

I was asked to be the President of the UCNH chapter starting in 2011.  A great quote by Mark Twain and a motto I try to live by (and encourage others to as well) is: “Really great people make you feel that you, too, can become great.” 

The purpose of the UCNH Jaycees is to make a difference in our community whether it’s volunteer work, fund-raising with charities, or facilitating community service projects.  We also focus on leadership and business skills, which will enhance personal growth and development.   And finally, we like to embrace our city’s diversity through international involvement.   

We hope you find this website informative and useful as you learn more about us.  Never hesitate to call, email or reach out to ask questions about our chapter.  We look forward to meeting more great people and having you be a part of the UCNH Jaycees.

Sincerely,

Wendie Wilson

President

 
 
Thank you for visiting the Universal City/North Hollywood Jaycees website.  Our members are young people between the ages of 18 – 40 who have the desire to make a difference in their community.  As you look around, I hope you find it both easy to use and inspiring.

I was asked to be the President of the UCNH chapter starting in 2011.  A great quote by Mark Twain and a motto I try to live by (and encourage others to as well) is: “Really great people make you feel that you, too, can become great.”  

The purpose of the UCNH Jaycees is to make a difference in our community whether it’s volunteer work, fund-raising with charities, or facilitating community service projects.  We also focus on leadership and business skills, which will enhance personal growth and development.   And finally, we like to embrace our city’s diversity through international involvement.    

We hope you find this website informative and useful as you learn more about us.  Never hesitate to call, email or reach out to ask questions about our chapter.  We look forward to meeting more great people and having you be a part of the UCNH Jaycees.

Sincerely,

Wendie Wilson

President
 
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