File PhotoLongtime sponsors of the annual downtown Christmas Parade, the local Jaycees chapter ended earlier this month, as club President Jan Tripp said membership was down to just four people for last year's Christmas parade. The parade was handed off to the Parks and Recreation Department.

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File PhotoLongtime sponsors of the annual downtown Christmas Parade, the local Jaycees chapter ended earlier this month, as club President Jan Tripp said membership was down to just four people for last year's Christmas parade. The parade was handed off to the Parks and Recreation Department.

Former Jaycees lament loss of club

By JON HAWLEY

Staff Writer

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Elizabeth City’s once robust Jaycees club has dwindled away, and other venerable service organizations in Pasquotank County are working to fight similar declines.

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