The St. Paul Chapter was recognized for its innovative community-events and human initiatives, but it distinguished itself in 1984. It was during this year that the battle with the U. S. Supreme court to grant women full membership rights and privilege made a lasting impact that changed the landscape for fraternal organizations across the country.
The men and women of the St. Paul Jaycees Foundation continue to use a portion their spare time to help others and their community while at the same time enriching their own life experience. Serving others is a calling that these young adults answer by providing leadership and assistance in various ways helping children, young people and the elderly.
As the needs of the St. Paul community continue to surface, the challenges will continue to be met with those individuals committed to the mission and values of the St. Paul Jaycees Foundation.