{Keeping Up With the Jaycees}



First Carter Finley Concessions game is August 30th!

Football is almost back!   Are you excited?  Tailgating, cheering crowds, touch downs, and selling concessions, whats not to be excited about.

We will be selling Concessions again this year at Carter Finely starting next weekend August the 30th.  We still need your help to fill the shifts.  Each shift requires 18 people.

Please signup to help at the games here:

We are also partnering with the Raleigh Jaycees this year for 3 games, in which they will provide half of the manpower.  This is a great way to meet new people from the area, and learn what other chapters are doing.
Please let us know if you have any questions at info@caryjaycees.org.

2nd Annual Cary Boys and Girls Homes Olympics

Please consider coming out to Lake Waccamaw on August 23rd at 9am to help with the 2nd Annual Cary Boys and Girls Homes Olympics at Lake Waccamaw.  We will be hosting a fun Olympic style event for the entire campus, with team based games, awards, fun and an Ice Cream Social at the end of the event.

We could really use your help with check in, setup, break down, running the games, cheering for the participants, and socializing with the residents.  If you are interested in participating please let me know at 919-672-1820 or cekrup@gmail.com.

I hope to see you in Lake Waccamaw Saturday August 23rd at 9am!


2014 Cary Christmas Parade Registration open!

The Cary Jaycees are proud to present the 2014 Cary Christmas parade on December 13th, at 2 pm. 

Registration is offically open, and can be gotten to by clicking here!

Please see the 2014 Cary Christmas Parade pages for more infomration and contact information if you have any questions!


Fun in the Sun at Fortnight Brewery

We will be heading to Fortnight Brewery on July 30th at 6 pm.   There will be light appetizers and a food truck present for great food choices.  Please feel free to come out and socialize with the Cary Jaycees. 


Tomorrow's Cary Jaycee Christmas Parade

This year the Cary Jaycees will likely be holding the parade in the rain. With over a hundred entries, thousands of spectators, and a year full of holiday parade preparation, there is no opportunity to reschedule this annual festivity. It takes a community, and large amount of police service to put on the Saturday event. So, a little rain will not dampen the Christmas time spirit! If you are with a group that cannot make it out in the rain we will miss you, and hope to see you next year. Remember to bring your umbrellas, jackets, towels and some holly jolly excitement tomorrow at 2pm.