Who are the Florham Park Jaycees?
Formed on May 3, 1967, the Florham Park Jaycees have always strived to be a positive and active force in shaping the culture and attractiveness of the Borough of Florham Park in Morris County, New Jersey. Comprised of approximately seventy (70) member families (and growing) in the Florham Park/Morris County area, the Jaycees are a community service and charitable organization of skilled and professional individuals from all walks of life, who donate their time and resources to the Florham Park area community. Since most of us have families, children and careers, we like to encourage our members to give whatever time that they may have to our many community based activities. Of course, we also have quite a bit of fun during our involvement and welcome you as a member. There are no strange pledging rituals and rights of passage - it also is not an irrevocable lifetime commitment. Just show up at one of our monthly meetings, meet your neighbors and have a slice of pizza with us!
The Florham Park Jaycees General Membership meets the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the American Legion Hall. All meetings are open to prospective members.
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