JCI Senator Clive Hatch

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JCI Senator - Awarded to Clive Hatch

JCI Senator – Awarded to Clive Hatch

Senate No. 29479

A JCI Senatorship is the highest honour that can be bestowed on a member of the Junior Chamber Organisation. It is a unique way to pay tribute to an individual for dedication and outstanding service on either a local, national or international level. It confers “lifetime membership” of Junior Chamber International (JCI) upon the recipient. It is a highly respected and prestigious honour.

The honour is awarded by Junior Chamber International only after the recommendation of a local chapter and requires the signatures of the Provincial JCI President and the President of the Junior Chamber South Africa as well as the Junior Chamber International World President.

Jaycee SA President Sen. Clive Hatch

Jaycee SA President Sen. Clive Hatch

The Senate provides a member, the means by which they can maintain a lifelong link with old friends, the Jaycee organization that they served so well, and the opportunity to make new friends around the country as well as internationally.

Receiving a Jaycee Senatorship means that Jaycee is a lifetime member of the Junior Chamber International Senate.

Clive Hatch was welcomed into the JCI Senate on 31 July 1980 and remained an active member until his fortieth birthday when according to the constitution he retired recording eighteen years of active and dedicated service to the organisation and community.

Clive Hatch

About Clive Hatch

Clive Hatch is a political commentator and opinionist. He is a former Member and Leader of the Opposition in the Mpumalanga Provincial Legislature. After matriculating from Jeppe High School for Boys in 1967 Clive Hatch has lived, worked and been involved in the Emalahleni (Witbank) community.

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