As the Thanksgiving holiday rounds the corner, it is important to look at and reflect on the year behind us. This past year has seen much change and devastation to our great land. We have witnessed natural disasters, mass violence, and a changing of political circles. Yet, with everything that occurs around us, there is so much for which to be thankful for. JCI St. Paul is at the forefront of bringing hope and thanks back into the country, and we would like to reflect for a moment on all the good that we have seen and helped others to achieve.Read More
This September, one of our Jaycees, Ben Seitz, was able to travel to Houston to help support the relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey. We are so proud to be able to share his experience in Houston with our St. Paul community. Here’s what he had to say:Read More
The Jaycees are a national organization dedicated to community engagement, professional development, and philanthropy and fundraising. Formed in the 1920's, the Jaycees have helped communities during the worst of times and the best of times. The Saint Paul Jaycees Charitable Foundation is carrying on that legacy throughout the Saint Paul community. The question becomes, why do I support JCI Saint Paul and how?Read More
If you are interested in supporting Jaycees who have boots on the ground in Houston you can donate to the Houston Asian Jaycee Foundation using the Facebook Fundraiser link below. We're proud of the Texas Jaycees who are serving people in desperate need and send our thoughts and prayers to those still suffering.
JCI Saint Paul announced at the annual Railroad Social tonight Tuesday August 22nd that Lynn Winkel will be the 92nd President of JCI Saint Paul serving the 2018 term.
Lynn was born and raised in northern Minnesota in Littlefork, a town 20 minutes south of International Falls. She attended the College of St Scholastica in Duluth, MN where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology. Following undergraduate school she attended Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN where she earned her Doctorate in Chiropracty in 2010. This is what brought her to the Twin Cities and has kept her here since.
Lynn currently practices in Hudson, WI at Pathways Family Chiropractic Clinic as well as serving as a Clinical Adjunct Faculty at Northwestern Health Sciences University where she works with chiropractic interns. In her spare time Lynn enjoys spending time with family and friends, running, reading, and playing volleyball.
Congratulations to Lynn Winkel! We look forward to 2018 under your leadership!