Palatine Jaycees starts 2023 with new board – Daily Herald

The Palatine Jaycees 2023 executive board members, from left, are: Amanda Carlstrom, Ali Schnackel, Becky Adamson, Megan Larkowski, Courtney Kulig, Megan O’Brien, Rick Tracy, Paul Murphy, Lindsay Schubel Nagle, Michael Quevillon, Ross Smith and Joe Loquasto. Courtesy of Jay Nagle
The Palatine Jaycees recently closed out its 2022 “Ignite Your Passion” year, led by President Lindsay Schubel Nagle, with a year-end banquet held at the Cotillion and by attending the JCI Illinois year-end general assembly in Bloomington-Normal.
At the state level, the Palatine Jaycees were honored with a total of 17 awards and recognitions, including Outstanding Jaycee of the Year, Outstanding Membership Chapter of the Year and the Outstanding Long Term Local Community Program of the year: Hometown Fest.
As the chapter moves into 2023, the Palatine Jaycees will “Dare to Dream” under the leadership of its newly elected president, Megan O’Brien.
Voted into the remaining executive board positions were Amanda Carlstrom, administrative vice president; Courtney Kulig, chapter management vice president; Ali Schnackel, individual development vice president; Joe Loquasto, membership vice president; Stephanie Morgan, treasurer; Michael Quevillon, secretary; Rick Tracy, state director; and Lindsay Schubel Nagle, chairman of the board.
In addition to the board positions, the Jaycees elect local directors to act as liaisons between the general membership and the board to ensure effective communication and collaboration. The 2023 local directors are: Becky Adamson, Megan Larkowski, Paul Murphy, Kevin Price and Ross Smith.
The organization has recently voted to adopt a DEIA statement and will continue to strive to exemplify the JCI mission: “To provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change.”
“I’m very excited for the new board and their excitement to create new and engaging projects and events for our chapter and community,” said O’Brien.
The Palatine Jaycees gives individuals ages 21 to 40 the opportunities to develop personal and leadership skills while serving their communities. The group holds a monthly general meeting at 7:30 p.m. the third Thursday of the month at Arlington Lanes.
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