Jamie has been involved with Kids Eat Smart for the last 10 years. Acting at the champion for 5 years as a kids eat smart champion, visiting schools across NL promoting healthy living & healthy eating. He has sat on the board of KES for the last 5 years.
Jamie is a regular blood donar at the clinic here in St. John's
In 2012 Jamie was the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his work within the community. The award was presented by John Crosbie, Lieutenant Governor of NL.
For the last number of years, Jamie has answered phones at the Janeway Telethon.
Jamie and some fellow Realtors visited the Ronald McDonald House NL on August 20th. RE/MAX sponsored the the meal for that evening for the families staying there.
For the last 10 years, Jamie has attended Blind Date with a Star. This is Learning Disabilities Association of Newfoundland and Labrador major annual fundraising initiative.
Jamie lends his time to many events in the community.
Left - Jamie is a a guest judge at Beachy Cove Elementary's spelling bee
Right - Jamie is a guest judge at NL Got Talent.
Jamie has visited many schools for Kids Eat Smart, but he also visits schools promoting a healthy lifestyle through sport.
Jamie attends as many sporting events he can. Sharing in his Olympic experiences and encouraging our youth to follow their dreams.
Jamie has donated his time to many master of ceremonies events. In this photo it was during Claras Big Ride when she stopped into the GEO Centre on Signal Hill. Some of the other events Jamie has donated his time to include, The Fluvarium Gala, KES Gala, Bell Aliant Mobility Conference, Miss NL Pageant, sports team fundraisers and more.
In 2011 Jamie ran in the Rick Hansen 25th anniversary relay. Jamie ran from the Holiday in on Portugal Cove road to the confederation building here in St. John's.
After Team Gushue/Team Canada captured the 2001 World Junior Curling Championship, Jamie and team were presented with The Freedom of the City at City Hall.
This is the highest award conferred by the City of St. John's. Since 1944 there have been a total of fifteen ceremonies and one formal recognition of the awarding the Freedom of the City.