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Cities by the Lake Chapter Recruiting Now

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Sat, 02/18/2017 - 06:55 -- Heidi Holguin

The Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) Cities by the Lake chapter is beginning its recruitment phase for incoming freshman. YMSL’s year runs from May 1 to April 30.

YMSL is a nonprofit organization that includes mother/son members from Carrollton, Coppell, Little Elm and The Colony. Each mother/son member is required to a four-year commitment. The organization supports the community while allowing mothers and sons to stay connected to each other during very influential years.

In 2016, YMSL Cities by the Lake Chapter completed over 2,400 volunteer hours for 22 local philanthropies, including Metro Relief, the city of the Colony, Adopt-A-Street, Lost Paws, LISDOLA, Lovepacs, TC Senior Center, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Furniture Bank.

The chapter also recently completed their Ultimate Gift project with the city of The Colony, which allowed members the opportunity to work together on yard cleanup, fence repair and general maintenance.

A prospective member’s meeting will be held in February or March. Those interested in joining the chapter may contact Stella Carr at stellacarr35@msn.com or for more information visit ymslcitiesbythelake.chapterweb.net.

Since its foundation a decade ago, YMSL has grown from one chapter in Plano to 66 chapters in 10 states. The Cities by the Lake chapter has grown it's chapter and now has over 140 mothers and sons.

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The Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) Cities by the Lake chapter is beginning its recruitment phase for incoming freshman. YMSL’s year runs from May 1 to April 30.

YMSL is a nonprofit organization that includes mother/son members from Carrollton, Coppell, Little Elm and The Colony. Each mother/son member is required to a four-year commitment. The organization supports the community while allowing mothers and sons to stay connected to each other during very influential years.

In 2016, YMSL Cities by the Lake Chapter completed over 2,400 volunteer hours for 22 local philanthropies, including Metro Relief, the city of the Colony, Adopt-A-Street, Lost Paws, LISDOLA, Lovepacs, TC Senior Center, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Furniture Bank.

The chapter also recently completed their Ultimate Gift project with the city of The Colony, which allowed members the opportunity to work together on yard cleanup, fence repair and general maintenance.

A prospective member’s meeting will be held in February or March. Those interested in joining the chapter may contact Stella Carr at stellacarr35@msn.com or for more information visit ymslcitiesbythelake.chapterweb.net.

Since its foundation a decade ago, YMSL has grown from one chapter in Plano to 66 chapters in 10 states. The Cities by the Lake chapter has grown it's chapter and now has over 140 mothers and sons.

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YMSL is a nonprofit organization that includes mother/son members from Carrollton, Coppell, Little Elm and The Colony. Each mother/son member is required to a four-year commitment. The organization supports the community while allowing mothers and sons to stay connected to each other during very influential years.

In 2016, YMSL Cities by the Lake Chapter completed over 2,400 volunteer hours for 22 local philanthropies, including Metro Relief, the city of the Colony, Adopt-A-Street, Lost Paws, LISDOLA, Lovepacs, TC Senior Center, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Furniture Bank.

The chapter also recently completed their Ultimate Gift project with the city of The Colony, which allowed members the opportunity to work together on yard cleanup, fence repair and general maintenance.

A prospective member’s meeting will be held in February or March. Those interested in joining the chapter may contact Stella Carr at stellacarr35@msn.com or for more information visit ymslcitiesbythelake.chapterweb.net.

Since its foundation a decade ago, YMSL has grown from one chapter in Plano to 66 chapters in 10 states. The Cities by the Lake chapter has grown it's chapter and now has over 140 mothers and sons.

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The Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) Cities by the Lake chapter is beginning its recruitment phase for incoming freshman. YMSL’s year runs from May 1 to April 30.

YMSL is a nonprofit organization that includes mother/son members from Carrollton, Coppell, Little Elm and The Colony. Each mother/son member is required to a four-year commitment. The organization supports the community while allowing mothers and sons to stay connected to each other during very influential years.

In 2016, YMSL Cities by the Lake Chapter completed over 2,400 volunteer hours for 22 local philanthropies, including Metro Relief, the city of the Colony, Adopt-A-Street, Lost Paws, LISDOLA, Lovepacs, TC Senior Center, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Furniture Bank.

The chapter also recently completed their Ultimate Gift project with the city of The Colony, which allowed members the opportunity to work together on yard cleanup, fence repair and general maintenance.

A prospective member’s meeting will be held in February or March. Those interested in joining the chapter may contact Stella Carr at stellacarr35@msn.com or for more information visit ymslcitiesbythelake.chapterweb.net.

Since its foundation a decade ago, YMSL has grown from one chapter in Plano to 66 chapters in 10 states. The Cities by the Lake chapter has grown it's chapter and now has over 140 mothers and sons.

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YMSL is a nonprofit organization that includes mother/son members from Carrollton, Coppell, Little Elm and The Colony. Each mother/son member is required to a four-year commitment. The organization supports the community while allowing mothers and sons to stay connected to each other during very influential years.

In 2016, YMSL Cities by the Lake Chapter completed over 2,400 volunteer hours for 22 local philanthropies, including Metro Relief, the city of the Colony, Adopt-A-Street, Lost Paws, LISDOLA, Lovepacs, TC Senior Center, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Furniture Bank.

The chapter also recently completed their Ultimate Gift project with the city of The Colony, which allowed members the opportunity to work together on yard cleanup, fence repair and general maintenance.

A prospective member’s meeting will be held in February or March. Those interested in joining the chapter may contact Stella Carr at stellacarr35@msn.com or for more information visit ymslcitiesbythelake.chapterweb.net.

Since its foundation a decade ago, YMSL has grown from one chapter in Plano to 66 chapters in 10 states. The Cities by the Lake chapter has grown it's chapter and now has over 140 mothers and sons.

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The Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) Cities by the Lake chapter is beginning its recruitment phase for incoming freshman. YMSL’s year runs from May 1 to April 30.

YMSL is a nonprofit organization that includes mother/son members from Carrollton, Coppell, Little Elm and The Colony. Each mother/son member is required to a four-year commitment. The organization supports the community while allowing mothers and sons to stay connected to each other during very influential years.

In 2016, YMSL Cities by the Lake Chapter completed over 2,400 volunteer hours for 22 local philanthropies, including Metro Relief, the city of the Colony, Adopt-A-Street, Lost Paws, LISDOLA, Lovepacs, TC Senior Center, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Furniture Bank.

The chapter also recently completed their Ultimate Gift project with the city of The Colony, which allowed members the opportunity to work together on yard cleanup, fence repair and general maintenance.

A prospective member’s meeting will be held in February or March. Those interested in joining the chapter may contact Stella Carr at stellacarr35@msn.com or for more information visit ymslcitiesbythelake.chapterweb.net.

Since its foundation a decade ago, YMSL has grown from one chapter in Plano to 66 chapters in 10 states. The Cities by the Lake chapter has grown it's chapter and now has over 140 mothers and sons.

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The Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) Cities by the Lake chapter is beginning its recruitment phase for incoming freshman. YMSL’s year runs from May 1 to April 30.

YMSL is a nonprofit organization that includes mother/son members from Carrollton, Coppell, Little Elm and The Colony. Each mother/son member is required to a four-year commitment. The organization supports the community while allowing mothers and sons to stay connected to each other during very influential years.

In 2016, YMSL Cities by the Lake Chapter completed over 2,400 volunteer hours for 22 local philanthropies, including Metro Relief, the city of the Colony, Adopt-A-Street, Lost Paws, LISDOLA, Lovepacs, TC Senior Center, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Furniture Bank.

The chapter also recently completed their Ultimate Gift project with the city of The Colony, which allowed members the opportunity to work together on yard cleanup, fence repair and general maintenance.

A prospective member’s meeting will be held in February or March. Those interested in joining the chapter may contact Stella Carr at stellacarr35@msn.com or for more information visit ymslcitiesbythelake.chapterweb.net.

Since its foundation a decade ago, YMSL has grown from one chapter in Plano to 66 chapters in 10 states. The Cities by the Lake chapter has grown it's chapter and now has over 140 mothers and sons.

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YMSL is a nonprofit organization that includes mother/son members from Carrollton, Coppell, Little Elm and The Colony. Each mother/son member is required to a four-year commitment. The organization supports the community while allowing mothers and sons to stay connected to each other during very influential years.

In 2016, YMSL Cities by the Lake Chapter completed over 2,400 volunteer hours for 22 local philanthropies, including Metro Relief, the city of the Colony, Adopt-A-Street, Lost Paws, LISDOLA, Lovepacs, TC Senior Center, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Furniture Bank.

The chapter also recently completed their Ultimate Gift project with the city of The Colony, which allowed members the opportunity to work together on yard cleanup, fence repair and general maintenance.

A prospective member’s meeting will be held in February or March. Those interested in joining the chapter may contact Stella Carr at stellacarr35@msn.com or for more information visit ymslcitiesbythelake.chapterweb.net.

Since its foundation a decade ago, YMSL has grown from one chapter in Plano to 66 chapters in 10 states. The Cities by the Lake chapter has grown it's chapter and now has over 140 mothers and sons.

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The Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) Cities by the Lake chapter is beginning its recruitment phase for incoming freshman. YMSL’s year runs from May 1 to April 30.

YMSL is a nonprofit organization that includes mother/son members from Carrollton, Coppell, Little Elm and The Colony. Each mother/son member is required to a four-year commitment. The organization supports the community while allowing mothers and sons to stay connected to each other during very influential years.

In 2016, YMSL Cities by the Lake Chapter completed over 2,400 volunteer hours for 22 local philanthropies, including Metro Relief, the city of the Colony, Adopt-A-Street, Lost Paws, LISDOLA, Lovepacs, TC Senior Center, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Furniture Bank.

The chapter also recently completed their Ultimate Gift project with the city of The Colony, which allowed members the opportunity to work together on yard cleanup, fence repair and general maintenance.

A prospective member’s meeting will be held in February or March. Those interested in joining the chapter may contact Stella Carr at stellacarr35@msn.com or for more information visit ymslcitiesbythelake.chapterweb.net.

Since its foundation a decade ago, YMSL has grown from one chapter in Plano to 66 chapters in 10 states. The Cities by the Lake chapter has grown it's chapter and now has over 140 mothers and sons.

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YMSL is a nonprofit organization that includes mother/son members from Carrollton, Coppell, Little Elm and The Colony. Each mother/son member is required to a four-year commitment. The organization supports the community while allowing mothers and sons to stay connected to each other during very influential years.

In 2016, YMSL Cities by the Lake Chapter completed over 2,400 volunteer hours for 22 local philanthropies, including Metro Relief, the city of the Colony, Adopt-A-Street, Lost Paws, LISDOLA, Lovepacs, TC Senior Center, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Furniture Bank.

The chapter also recently completed their Ultimate Gift project with the city of The Colony, which allowed members the opportunity to work together on yard cleanup, fence repair and general maintenance.

A prospective member’s meeting will be held in February or March. Those interested in joining the chapter may contact Stella Carr at stellacarr35@msn.com or for more information visit ymslcitiesbythelake.chapterweb.net.

Since its foundation a decade ago, YMSL has grown from one chapter in Plano to 66 chapters in 10 states. The Cities by the Lake chapter has grown it's chapter and now has over 140 mothers and sons.

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The Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) Cities by the Lake chapter is beginning its recruitment phase for incoming freshman. YMSL’s year runs from May 1 to April 30.

YMSL is a nonprofit organization that includes mother/son members from Carrollton, Coppell, Little Elm and The Colony. Each mother/son member is required to a four-year commitment. The organization supports the community while allowing mothers and sons to stay connected to each other during very influential years.

In 2016, YMSL Cities by the Lake Chapter completed over 2,400 volunteer hours for 22 local philanthropies, including Metro Relief, the city of the Colony, Adopt-A-Street, Lost Paws, LISDOLA, Lovepacs, TC Senior Center, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Furniture Bank.

The chapter also recently completed their Ultimate Gift project with the city of The Colony, which allowed members the opportunity to work together on yard cleanup, fence repair and general maintenance.

A prospective member’s meeting will be held in February or March. Those interested in joining the chapter may contact Stella Carr at stellacarr35@msn.com or for more information visit ymslcitiesbythelake.chapterweb.net.

Since its foundation a decade ago, YMSL has grown from one chapter in Plano to 66 chapters in 10 states. The Cities by the Lake chapter has grown it's chapter and now has over 140 mothers and sons.

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The Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) Cities by the Lake chapter is beginning its recruitment phase for incoming freshman. YMSL’s year runs from May 1 to April 30.

YMSL is a nonprofit organization that includes mother/son members from Carrollton, Coppell, Little Elm and The Colony. Each mother/son member is required to a four-year commitment. The organization supports the community while allowing mothers and sons to stay connected to each other during very influential years.

In 2016, YMSL Cities by the Lake Chapter completed over 2,400 volunteer hours for 22 local philanthropies, including Metro Relief, the city of the Colony, Adopt-A-Street, Lost Paws, LISDOLA, Lovepacs, TC Senior Center, North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Furniture Bank.

The chapter also recently completed their Ultimate Gift project with the city of The Colony, which allowed members the opportunity to work together on yard cleanup, fence repair and general maintenance.

A prospective member’s meeting will be held in February or March. Those interested in joining the chapter may contact Stella Carr at stellacarr35@msn.com or for more information visit ymslcitiesbythelake.chapterweb.net.

Since its foundation a decade ago, YMSL has grown from one chapter in Plano to 66 chapters in 10 states. The Cities by the Lake chapter has grown it's chapter and now has over 140 mothers and sons.

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