The Wayne McCall Memorial Award is presented annually to up to three (3) individual members who have made the most outstanding contributions in International Affairs activities.
The award in named in honor of Wayne McCall, the first JCI Senator from Oregon. On October 28, 1956, he died fighting a fire while serving as a member of the volunteer fire department of Cottage Grove, Oregon.
The National Executive Committee will select up to three (3) McCall Award winners. The judging is based on the project CPG with substantiating material.
To see the names of those who have been honored with the Wayne McCall Memorial Award visit the award winner search and enter the category code WM.
The Bill Butler Memorial Award is presented annually to the individual or program that has contributed the most to improving and modernizing corrections facilities during the awards year.
The award is named in honor of Bill Butler, who served as President of an institutional chapter. He was killed while putting down a riot within his community.
A committee appointed by the National President shall select the award recipients.
To see the names of those who have been honored with the Bill Butler Memorial Award visit the award winner search and enter the category code BB