JICA is actively involved with issues that affect island lessees and residents, and strives to preserve Jekyll Island as a unique, nature-rich, family-friendly barrier island. These issues include living conditions, fees, taxes and the general preservation of Jekyll Island. JICA maintains a dialogue with the Jekyll Island Authority, Glynn County and the state government. To keep all interested parties informed, a monthly "all-are-welcome" meeting is held at the Jekyll Island Presbyterian Church. For more timely notification of island events and issues, "JICANET" is distributed to an e-mail addressee list of more than 600.
JICA Board of Directors
The JICA Board of Directors consists of nine members elected to serve three-year terms. Election of three new members is normally held in January followed by a "Friendship Buffet."
Meetings are normally on the first Monday of the month, September through May. Most meetings begin at 7 pm. Notices of the meetings are sent out on JICANET and are posted on bulletin boards throughout the island.
JICANet and Facebook
If something happens on Jekyll Island, or is about to happen, subscribers to this e-mail service will learn of it in a timely fashion, usually within a day of when JICA finds out about it. This is a free service. To subscribe, merely send your e-mail address to the JICANet editor at firstname.lastname@example.org. JICA also maintains a Facebook page where members who chose can sigh up to participate and exchange ideas.
JICA Meeting Schedule
Mostl meetings are held at the Jekyll Island Presbyterian Church, generally on the first Monday of the month 7PM. The annual membership meeting in January is tentatively scheduled at Morgan Center 7PM.
Ame Ivanov -- President (912)635-2803
Chris Zerkus -- Vice President (404)735-5266
Bev Hopkins -- Secretary (912)635-3737
David Buisson -- Treasurer (678)267-5611
Member: Term 2018
Member: Term 2019
Member: Term 2020
Held on the First Monday of each month at 7:00 pm Presbyterian Church, across street from airport.
Membership is limited to lessees, property owners and residents of Jekyll Island.