17th Annual Clayton Johndro Memorial Golf Tournament: Our Best Year Yet!

golfer at teeFor the past 17 years, JSI has raised money for the local Kiwanis chapter through the Clayton Johndro Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit local children’s programs. We are pleased to announce that in addition to exceeding last year’s total of $30,000, we’ve now reached over $320,000 in lifetime donations!

“We’re thrilled to be able to come together again this year for such a great cause,” explained Mark Awalt, President of JSI Store Fixtures. “On top of receiving our best year ever in donations at $34,480, we had players travel from Oregon, Georgia, and Alabama to play, bringing some fresh faces to our growing tournament.”

The winning team featured Leo Donahue and Ryan Sylvester from Sylvester Sheet Metal, along with JSI’s very own Aaron Awalt and Casey Keyler.

It was always the desire of Clayton and Jean Johndro to give back to the local youth, so as a tribute to them, all of the proceeds are 100% committed to assisting children through a variety of programs overseen by the Three Rivers Kiwanis.

mark awalt speaking“We can’t thank our donors enough for making this possible for 17 years running”, exclaimed Awalt. “Through their compassion and desire to improve the lives of our local youth, our community gains strength.”

About JSI Store Fixtures:
From beautiful, eye-catching store fixtures for fresh food merchandise to an exclusive line of closed-cell foam—the industry’s first microbial resistant foam—JSI is all about keeping things fresh. For over 25 years, JSI has created food-forward displays that have transformed the perimeter of supermarkets across the country. Fusing rich experience in fresh foods with a focus on engineering efficiency, operator convenience, and earth-friendly production, JSI brings unequaled scale, scope, and customer service to each and every project.

About Kiwanis International:
Kiwanis International is a global community of clubs, members and partners dedicated to improving the lives of children one community at a time. Today, the organization stands with more than 550,000 members from K-Kids to Key Club to Kiwanis and many ages in between in 80 countries and geographic areas. Each community has different needs, and Kiwanis empowers members to pursue creative ways to serve the needs of children, such as fighting hunger, improving literacy and offering guidance. For more information, visit https://kiwanis.org