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A) March 15, 2009 - Deadline on the submission of Bids for Natcon 2011.

B) March 30, 2009 - Deadline for the payment of  dues to the NOM.

C) April 15, 2009 - Deadline of payment of JCI Dues.

D) May 31, 2009 - Deadline  submission of Voters Registration Form (VRF).

E) July 31, 2009 - Deadline for the filing of Certificate of Candidacy for 2010 National Elective Positions

F) July 31 - Deadline for the Submission of JCIPEA Reports for the Areacon.

LOM Induction Schedules and Upcoming Activities  as of March 20,  2009 

1) Feb. 28 - JCI Naga & JCI Naga Carinosa

2) Feb. 28  - JCI Davao 60th Induction

3) March 1- JCI Makati Urduja

4) March 6 - JCI Marilaw Marilag and JCI San Fernando Cabalen and JCI Sagay-Sigay

5) March 7 - JCI Dagupan Bangus & JCI Pagadian Bayanima

6)  March 8 - JCI Mar. Copper Queen and JCI Greater Pagadian

7) March 14 - JCI San Pablo 7 Lakes

8) March 15 - Mass Induction of Cagayan Valley Region

9) March 15 - JCI Loon

10) March 20 - JCI Mandaluyong & JCI Metro Cebu Uptown

11) March 21 - JCI Tarlac and JCI Camiling

12) March 21 - JCI Bacoor Pambungad

13) March 22 - JCI Villasis Nateng

14) March 26- JCI Paranaque Pambato

15) March 27 - JCI Ortigas, JCI Pagadian Heights & JCI Noveleta 

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JCI President Jun Sup Shin visited JCI Philippines

(Left Picture) - JCI World Pres. Jun Sup Shin  upon on his arrival in Manila met by NP Fulbert Woo and Party at the VIP Lounge, NAIA Airport.  From L/R : JCI Week Nat'l. Chairman Eon Tiu, National Treasurer Lear San Buenaventura, Chief Exec. Asst. to the JCI Pres. Dennis L. Cunanan,  JCI Pres. Shin and JCI Phils. NP Fulbert W. Woo. (Right) - JCI Pres. Shin with NP Fulbert and Chief Exec. Asst. Decu Cunanan on board a chopper bound for Baguio City.                

     Manila, Philippines - JCI Philippines officers and members welcomed with full honors the 64th JCI World President, JCI Sen. Jun Sup Shin from JCI Korea. The JCI President coming from his country arrived in Manila for his official four days visit to the Philippines from March 28-31, 2009.  His trip is in addition to his travels to other countries in Asia, Europe and to the rest of the countries worldwide. The visit is a yearly official function of the highest officer of the Junior Chamber International visiting countries affiliated with the JCI organization. The purpose of his visitation is to have an audience with Head of States or high ranking government officials as well as to have an opportunity to interact with JCI Philippines officers and members of what are they doing in furthering the Junior Chamber’s mission. On his arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport he was met by JCI Philippines National President Fulbert C. Woo and 2008 JCI VP Dennis L. Cunanan, Chief Executive Assistant to the JCI President together with some other National Officers.  During his short stay in the country, he was accorded with the usual generous Filipino hospitality on all the activities he attended. The JCI President expressed his thanks and gratitude to all the officers and members of JCI Philippines for the fruitful visit before leaving for his next JCI National Organization visit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.   

2009 JCI Vice President  NOM Visitation to JCI Philippines                                  

     JCI Vice President assigned to the Philippines, JCI Sen. James Tsui from JCI Hong Kong conducted his official visit to the JCI Philippines last April 2-4, 2009.  Said travel  is  part of his  job in visiting the NOMs assigned to him in JCI Area B which includes Japan, Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines. The purpose of his visit is to have a chance to interact with JCI Philippines Officers, Local Organization Presidents and members. This is in line with his supervisory job being a JCI Board member to get an update on what is happening in the National Organization (NOM) and Local Organizations (LOMs ) programs as well as their concerns on issues regarding the organization.  

       In return, he will soon give update to the JCI Board  being the representative of all the countries assigned to him. Also he will soon brief the General Assembly during the Asia Pacific Conference in Nagano, Japan on June 4-7, 2009 and the World Congress in Hammamet, Tunisia on November 16-21, 2009 on what is happening in his area of jurisdiction.  During his four days visit he was accompanied by the JCI Philippines National President Fulbert C. Woo, NSG Van Torrevillas and some other National Officers together with JCI EVP Rafael “Boydee” Dizon and the Chief Executive Assistant to the 2009 JCI President, JCI Sen. Dennis “Decu” Cunanan in all the activities on his itinerary.   

        During his visit he was able meet LOM Presidents and members from Area 1- 3. The highlight of his itinerary was his attendance during the JCI Philippines 2nd Regular National Board meeting last April 4, 2009 where he promoted to the board this year’s JCI Presidential Thrust which is ‘Membership Growth, Corporate Sponsorship and “Global Impact through Local Action addressing Climate Change. In addition to his activities, he was able to join and enjoy the induction ceremony of JCI Magalang Mekeni in which Sen. Chiz Escudero was the Guest Speaker. He expressed his congratulations to all for having an effective and successful  National Board meeting in Magalang, Pampanga held at Concun Cold Spring Resort. Finally, he extend his thanks for the dedication, motivation, and enthusiasm under the strong leadership of National President Fulbert C. Woo which according to him he has no doubt they will have another successful year in 2009.  Just like the JCI World President being one of the  JCI Dignitaries he was accorded with honors and warm hospitality during his short stay in the country.

JCI Philippines bestows Youth Leadership Excellence Award         

        Since its adoption in 1985 as one of the flagship projects of the JCI Philippines (Philippine Jaycees, Inc.), the YLEA otherwise known as the “Batang Leader Award” has become an annual undertaking of the organization in observing the tradition of recognizing the academic and leadership excellence of the thousands of graduating high school and elementary  students  throughout the archipelago. The organization thru  its various  local chapters  nationwide in cooperation with  the  Department of Education and the Office of Senator Francis “CHIZ” Escudero  as the  generous sponsor,  to confer with pride  the Batang Leader Award or “Youth   Leadership  Excellence Award” (YLEA) during  this  year’s commencement exercises.    

        Now on its 24th year, said flagship project aims in giving due recognition and honor to deserving graduating elementary and high school students for their academic excellence and leadership qualities both in the private and public schools. The awardees are usually but not necessarily the class valedictorian. The school authorities will be responsible in the selection process of the recipients and the JCI members or the Jaycees shall in no way participate in choosing the awardees. Similar to the past years, the awardees will receive Batang Leader (YLEA) certificates and medals which will be conferred to all the recipients. This year’s National Chairman is Past  President of JCI Marilaw JCI Mem. Ronaldo C. Olarte who ordered thru his memorandum-circular that a massive distribution of certificates and medals to the different schools nationwide be done in order to maximized the awarding to all deserving graduates. More about YLEA..

JCI Philippines Young Leaders Program

From left : JCI Mem. Joel Tabing of JCI Manila (Past YLP Graduate) Mr.Yutaka Katayama (Minister of Embassy Japan) Prof. Sheman S. Abe of Hitotsubashi University of Japan, JCI Phils. NSG Van Torrevillas,, Ms. Masako Nozu of Japan Embassy  during their meeting at JCI Philippines Headquarters last February 12, 2009.

   It was year 2002 when  JCI Philippines has opened talks with the Japan Information and Cultural Center from the Japanese Government which agreed our organization to participate in its prestigious “Young Leaders’ Program (YLP).  Since then every year JCI Philippines has been sending a representative to avail said scholarship program. 

     The “Young Leaders’ Program” (YLP) is a prominent student scholarship program totally funded by the Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology), which aims to contribute to the fostering of future national leaders in Asia and other countries. While deepening the participants’ understanding about Japan, it also helps form a network among national leaders, contributing to the establishment of friendly relationships and improved policy planning between Asia and other countries.  Read more ...

The TOYM awardees with  H. E. President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.  from (L/R)  DOT Sec. Joseph Felix Mari "Ace" Durano, Kristin Karen L.  Davila, Christian Joseph R. Cumagun, Antonio A. Alfonso and Rex. A. Bernardo during the awarding ceremonies held at the Malacanang Palace, Manila last December 20, 2008.

 THE OUTSTANDING YOUNG MEN OF 2008 AWARDED

      Five (5) distinguished young Filipinos have made it to the final cut of this year’s search for The Outstanding Young Men (TOYM). The formal awards ceremonies was held at the Malacañang Palace last December 20, 2008 with Her Excellency President Gloria Macapagal- Arroyo as the Guest of Honor. 

     The TOYM Award widely recognized as the country’s most prestigious recognition for young men & women whose selfless dedication to their field resulted to significant contributions to the country and our countrymen. The award is now on its 50th year, being organized and flagship project by the Junior Chamber International Philippines or Philippine Jaycees, Inc. since 1959. This year's JCI Philippines National President is JCI Sen. Raphael A. Lesaca of JCI Roxas Kapatiran in Cagayan Valley Region.

       The distinguished Board of Judges was Chaired by  Amb. Albert F. del Rosario, CEO of Gotuaco, del Rosario and Associates with Hon. Isabela Gov. Grace M.  Padaca,  PCCI President, Mr. Edgardo G.  Lacson,  AFP Chief of Staff, Gen. Alexander B. Yano, Award-Winning Conductor Composer, Mr. Ryan P. Cayabyab, Central Bank Monetary Board Member. Mr. Alfredo C. Antonio and PPCRV  Chairperson, former Amb.to Vatican Henrietta T. de Villa. More on TOYM  Click here ...

  (Left picture) NP Rip Lesaca receiving the Plaque for JCI Philippines being number one in JCI Efficiency Program Award during the JCI World Congress in New Delhi, India. From left is 2009 NP elect, Fulbert C. Woo, 2008 JCI VP Decu Cunanan, NP Rip Lesaca, JCI EVP Lorie Tomlin and 2007 NP Glenn B. Santos  (Right Picture) Hon. Gov.Luis  Raymund Villafuerte (besides JCI Pres. Graham Hanlon) with his fellow co-awardees of the  The Outstanding Young Person (TOYP) Award during the awarding ceremonies

 The India JCI World Congress:  JCI Philippines bags top awards!

     The recently concluded 63rd JCI World Congress in New Delhi, India held last November 4-9, 2008 was a resounding success.  The affair was attended by around 5,000 JCI members from around the globe coming from the 125 country JCI affiliates from the North and Latin Americas, Australia, Africa, Middle East, Europe, Asia and the Pacific which includes the delegation from JCI Philippines headed by National President Raphael A. Lesaca  

     The World Congress this year was chaired by JCI WP President Graham Hanlon from JCI Ireland. The Congress was attended by JCI Officers as well as the different National Presidents from national organizations accompanied by the members of their respective delegations coming from the different chapters around the world. Various JCI luminaries attended the congress. The likes of 1995 JCI World President David Oji, now the JCI Foundation Chairman, 1988 JCI Pres. Jennifer Yu of Hongkong, 1999 JCI Pres. Yong Suk Choi of South Korea, 1989 JCI Pres. Isfahani Sameen to name a few.  In addition, prominent JCI dignitaries like JCI Sen. Sonny Yu, Past ASPAC Senate President, Cecilio K. Pedro from the Philippines among others were also in attendance.  

       The Philippine delegation came and conquered the congress with a bevy of bestowed awards. For 2009, we are again fortunate to have another Filipino JCI officer in the person of JCI Sen. Rafael “Boydee”  P. Dizon  III from JCI Manila. Past National President Boydee was the 2000 National President and 2001 JCI VP and is now JCI Executive Vice President-elect for 2009. He will be assigned in Area B and hold Chairmanship of the ASPAC next year to be held in Nagano, Japan.  As EVP he will work closely with the JCI VPs, namely: JCI VPs, Terumasa Kitakimi of JCI Japan, James Tsui, JCI Hongkong, Farzana Chowdhury, JCI Bangladesh and Tae Gun Lee, JCI Korea.  

     The honorable Camarines Sur Gov. Luis Raymund Villafuerte (2002 TOYM Awardee for Entrepreneurship) This year’s JCI Philippines nominee for The Outstanding Young Person of the World (TOYP)  was also chosen as one of the awardees of this prestigious global award. 

     We likewise extend our congratulations to JCI Sen. Louie Basilio of JCI Manila who won the "Most Outstanding Local President" of the World Award.  In addition to deserved commendation was the JCI Manila’s entry “Ecobuilders Corp” which won the top prize for the JCI “Best Business Plan” award bagging the US$5,000.00  cash prize.

     JCI Philippines emerged number ONE in the JCI Efficiency Program this year. This achievement augurs well for the future of the JCI Movement in the Philippines in relation to its relationship with JCI.

    JCI VP for 2008, Deniss “Decu” L. Cunanan was appointed as Chief Executive Officer to the 2009 JCI World President Jun Sup Shin of JCI Korea. This also marked the beginning of 2007 NP Glenn Santos term as APDC Councilor with the appointments of the following APDC Development Officers under him namely, JCI Sen. Darius L. Cunanan, 2008 NP Raphael A. Lesaca, JCI Senators Tonkie Arriola, Joni May Tan and JCI Mem. Lorelie Dasmarinas

       During the one week affair, JCI members hailing from all over the globe trooped to this annual Congress where delegates unite to magnify the positive impact of the Junior Chamber and discussed its activities and affairs.  Representatives headed by different National Presidents as Chief Delegates from each country-affiliate were given the opportunity to report in meetings on the developments and updates on the activities undertaken by their respective National Organization (NOM) during the General Assemblies.  

        Added activities during the affair were the traditional trade shows, the opportunity to interact and do business networking with fellow delegates. City  tours at the famous Taj Mahal one of the Seven Wonders of the World, were enjoyed by the multinational delegates. Training seminars were also offered by the JCI University designed for leadership enhancement and personality development. The excellent fellowships hosted by different countries during national parties gave added bonus to the festivities.

      The World Congress was indeed a perfect venue to celebrate past accomplishments whilst gaining wonderful experiences. This is also an opportunity to interact and learn from fellow delegates how they are living up to the JCI mission and how they can help people in their respective communities. The 2009 JCI World Congress will be held in Hammamet, Tunisia in November 2009.

JCI Philippines Observes 60th Anniversary and Grand Homecoming

A Souvenir photo taken during the 60th JCI Philippines Anniversary Grand Celebration and Homecoming held at the Manila Polo Club last October 18, 2008.  It was a successful event attended by the different local chapters nationwide. (Standing L-R) – 2000 NP Rafael P. Dizon, III; 1998 NP Joseph Victor G. Ejercito; 2007 NP Glenn B. Santos; 1968 NP Agapito A. Aquino; 1999 NP Joselito T. Reyes; 1997 JCI World President Crispin C. Dy, Jr.; Presidential Adviser Cecilio K. Pedro; Presidential Adviser Congressman Edwin C. Uy; 2001 NP Jimmy T. Yaokasin, Jr.; 2006 NP Ismael P. Penado; 1972 NP Johnny C. Aruego; Presidential Adviser Renato P. Dragon; 1996 NP Roberto A. Alvarez, Jr.; 2003 NP Michael Alan Z. Ranillo; 1994 NP Gerardo C. Sevilla; 1993 NP Roderick L. Ngo; 1988 NP I.M.F. Ricky R. Bakunawa; 1986 NP Luis F. Abaño; 1978 NP Rozel Mar F. Santos; 1980 NP Frank A. Evaristo; 1983 NP Douglas G. Nazareno  &  2005 NP Dennis L. Cunanan.  (Seated L-R) 2008 NP Albert Raphael Angelo A. Lesaca; 1976 JCI World President & Q.C. Mayor Feliciano "Sonny" Belmonte & 1975 NP Ernesto B. Marcelo.

        It was one starry night and a perfect evening, the streets’ white lights speckled the trees, there was chill in the air just enough to hasten the occasional jitters of what was to come. The roar of vehicles in the streets leading to the Manila Polo Club resonated auspiciously to the cacophony of what was to come. Excitement and anticipation were palpable from those who converged for this grandiose event.  

      October 18, 2008 provided another important milestone in the history of JCI Philippines – formerly known as Philippine Jaycees – for the grand celebration of its “Diamond Anniversary Homecoming.” This date was chosen to almost coincide with the birth date of its founder, the late Artemio Vergel de Dios, to make it more memorable (actually, his birthday was on October 20). The “Grand Anniversary Celebration and Homecoming” was to commemorate the 60th year of existence of JCI Philippines, a red-letter day in the annals of its rich history, and the organizers left no stone unturned to make it truly worthwhile.  More on 60th Anniversary..

(Left photo) JCI Naga Cariñosa receiving their trophy during the 3rd Temiong Awards night. (Right) NP Rip Lesaca handing a Plaque of Appreciation to Sen. Chiz Escudero being the Guest of Honor and Speaker during the National Convention Presidents night  at the Dakak Beach Resort last October 9-11, 2008.

A memorable and fun filled 60th JCI Philippines National Convention

   

       It was indeed another year of success for JCI Philippines with the JCI Greater Dipag played host this year’s 60th national convention last October 8-12, 2008 in Dipolog City.  Held at the Zanorte Convention Center located right at the center of Dipolog City.  Delegates trooped to this northern part of Zamboanga province dubbed as ‘Twin City Province” known for its beauty and charm of the orchid city of Dipolog and the historical rustic quaintness of the Shrine City of Dapitan.  This was the first time for the host chapter to host a JCI Philippines national convention in its 12 years of existence. With confidence, the host LOM showcased their leadership skills to host such event.  More on 2008 Natcon...

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