SHERIDAN — The U.S. Junior Chamber recently recognized members of the Sheridan Jaycees among the best in the country for 2014 during the organization’s national convention in Nashville, Tennessee, March 26-28.
Jamie Ostermyer, 2014 individual development vice president, received the JCI USA Heidi Juttner Memorial Outstanding Local Vice President award. This award is given based on leadership, motivation and inspiration to members; community impact; impact on the local organization; participation in state events; and exemplification of USJC values.
Presidential Medallions were awarded to Billie Chapman and Brianna Straub for exemplary efforts within the organization.
Molly Boyer, Michelle Edwards and Cathy Rosenthal were also acknowledged for their outstanding support and service during the Nothing But Nets BZZZ Tour 2.0.
The Sheridan Jaycees were recognized for reaching 90 percent efficiency within the Civic Leadership Certification.
The chapter’s Christmas Shopping Tour was also voted in the top four for Best Long-Term Local Community Program and for Project of the Year.
Representing the Sheridan chapter at the national convention were Chapman, Edwards and Lacey Johnsen.
Edwards and Rosenthal also serve as project managers on the national board.
For more information about the Sheridan Jaycees, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the chapter’s website at sheridanjaycees.org.