Serving Chatham, Illinois
since 1973
  • Past Presidents
  • Lifetime Achievement Awards
  • Past Sweetcorn Festival Chairmen
  • Past Oktoberfest Chairmen


    Mark Workman - Service to Humanity - Scholarship Application

    Chatham Jaycees
    PO Box 313
    Chatham, Illinois  62629

    2013 Board of Directors: (L-R),Jared Koester, Brian Moore, Dan Bell, Woody Woodward, Jay Hoffman, Ashley Dickey & Dave Kimsey

    2014 President
    Jay Hoffman

    1st & 3rd Thursdays of each month 8:00pm
    VFW Post 4763
    501 W. Mulberry St.
    Chatham, Illinois

  • National Awards
  • 1991  Overall Project of the Year
               (Sweetcorn Festival)
  • 1996  P.R. Project of the Year
               (Sweetcorn Festival)


  • Easter Egg Hunt
    April 19, 2014 ~ 11:00am
    in Chatham Square
    for info email
    Chelsey Moore

    Trivia Night
    May 2, 2014
    American Legion Hall
    for info email
    Dave Kimsey

    Highland Games
    May 17, 2014
    Community Park

    Special Olympics
    April 26, 2014 - Soccer @ UIS
    May 10, 2014 - Track @ GHS
    July 27, 2014 - Softball @ UIS

    Cardinals/Cubs Game
    August 30, 2014 (tentative)
    Busch Stadium
    for info email
    Jay Hoffman or Ryan Woodward

    41st Annual Sweetcorn Festival - July 18 & 19, 2014

    Sweetcorn Festival

    Illinois Championship Cow Chip Throw
    As featured on

    The Jaycee Creed
    We Believe...
    That faith in God gives meaning
    and purpose to human life;
    That the brotherhood of man transcends
    the sovereignty of nations;
    That economic justice can best be won
    by free men through free enterprise;
    That governments should be of laws
    rather than of men;
    That earth's great treasure lies in the
    human personality; and
    That service to humanity is the
    best work of life!
    - C. William Brownfield


    Mission Statement
    To provide young people the opportunity to develop personal and leadership skills through local community service and organizational involvement while expanding the Junior Chamber "Jaycee" movement.

    What you get from being a Jaycee:
        Serve your community
        Make friends
        Business Networking
        Learn new skills

    Our Vision

    To become the organization of choice for young people, providing direction and leadership to our communities and nation. "Leadership Training through Community Service"
    Our Purpose

    The Junior Chamber organization is a constructive action organization of young persons who devote a portion of their time to community service in the public interest, developing young persons as leaders of their community.

    free analytics for godaddy

    View My Stats


    Back to Home Page