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CRAVEN COUNTY JAYCEES


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CRAVEN COUNTY JAYCEES


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The New Bern Sun Journal

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"It was very good," said Kellie King, chairman of the Craven County Jaycees. She had no estimate on how much money was made for charity but she did say 6,000 people attended Saturday. She said attendance was a little under last year because of rainy weather. King said the only drawback was community involvement."We need more Jaycee members and volunteers to help take tickets and do other tasks," King said. She said men and women interested in becoming a member of the Jaycees, aged 21 to 39 are welcome to attend the monthly meeting the first Thursday of each month at the Craven County Jaycee Fairgrounds.


The New Bern Sun Journal

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With good attendance Saturday, Jaycees feel they will hit their 25,000 attendance target, said Kellie King, Craven County Jaycees president. The early Saturday rain presented no problems, especially for the rodeo, said King. "We had to get fire trucks Friday to wet down the dust for the rodeo, so a little rain was good," King said. King said once they pay Playworld and distribute the about $6,000 in checks today to winners in the agriculture, arts and crafts exhibitions, Jaycees will have money for the fairgrounds mortgage, area 4-H clubs and the assorted charities they support, including the Boys and Girls Home at Lake Waccama, the N.C. Jaycees Burn Center in Chapel Hill, the Craven County Exceptional Children's Program and other community needs. All the feedback on the new rides and games vendor has been positive, she said. The success will be a big morale booster for organization members whose membership numbers have dwindled in recent years, leaving a lot for those left to do over 10 days on top of their jobs, King said. "The aged-out Jaycees, we call them exhausted roosters," King quipped, are now the Craven County Fair Association and they operate a food concession as well as feed the Jaycees during fair week.


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