The United States Junior Chamber International Senate will meet for its national convention June 25-28 at the Double Tree by Hilton Baltimore-BWI Airport in Linthicum.
National President Larry Bohn, from Woodbine, will greet more than 300 delegates -- including guests from Canada, Great Britain, Germany, Norway and Panama.
Planned events include an Orioles baseball game, golf, Presidential Sweepstakes Party with booths from 10 regions, fellowship time, foundation fundraising, tours of Fort McHenry and the Inner Harbor, trolley tour of Baltimore, elections, outgoing and incoming executive meetings, board of directors meeting, Year End Banquet and hosting a picnic for the US JCI delegates.
Gary Williams, of Baltimore, and Letha Grimes, of Hagerstown, are co-chairmen of the event.
The US JCI Senate consists of more than 7,800 members throughout the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Its purposes include assisting and mentoring JCI members, supporting the US JCI Senate Foundation in bestowing college scholarships to graduating seniors, and promoting fellowship among Senate members.
A senatorship is the highest international honor that can be given to a member of Junior Chamber International. Only one out of 1,000 JCI members becomes a senator.
For more information about the US JCI Senate, visit http://www.usjcisenate.org.