2014-2016 Programming Theme - "The Power To Make A Difference"
Jack and Jill Day -
Programming is what drives our Chapter! Under the direction of ourdynamic Program Director Cheryll Porter,our Chapter enjoys a yearly, well-organized program of activities. Our children are first divided into grade & age specific groups as follows:
Pre-K to Kindergarten
2 - Creators
1, 2, 3
3 - Examiners
6, 7, 8
5 - Trendsetters
9, 10, 11, 12
Each June, mothers attend a meeting to plan activities that provide meaningful experiences in the following categories: 1) Cultural, 2) Educational, 3) Civic, 4) Social, 5) Recreational, 6)Leadership, and 7) Legislative. The Teen Group, under the leadership of Teen Advisors Aretha Johnson, Portia Hood-Marshall and Holly Fields, plan their own activities. Group Mothers and Teen Advisors ensure that activities are carried out as planned. Activities are later evaluated for their effectiveness.
In addition to the scheduled monthly activities, we participate in Chapter activities as mandated by the National Organization. These include Jack and Jill Day and Carole Robertson Day celebrated each September, Founder's Day acknowledged in January, Associate Appreciation Program in February, Father's Appreciation and National Day of Fitness in April and and National Black Family Day which is celebrated the first Saturday in May.
The Mighty Dads of GUCC!!
The Dads are an integral part of the Jack and Jill experience for our children! Some attend their children's monthly program activities, and they can always be seen at Chapter events such as Jack and Jill Day, Black Family Day, the Holiday/Kwanzaa celebration, serve as POPs [Pops On Patrol] chaperones at TEEN functions and the Inducation/End-of-Year Celebration. Fred Harris serves as the chair of our hard-working and supportive Father's Auxiliary.
"The POWER to MAKE a DIFFERENCE"
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