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Sat, 02/18/2017 - 08:55 -- Heidi Holguin
Victoria Dupuy, founder of No More Broken Hearts and our YMSL 2016 Dallas National Conference speaker, is partnering with Marula Medical to cohost a free screening of the impactful documentary 
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Victoria Dupuy, founder of No More Broken Hearts and our YMSL 2016 Dallas National Conference speaker, is partnering with Marula Medical to cohost a free screening of the impactful documentary The Widowmaker. 
The mission of No More Broken Hearts is to make life saving heart scans as easy to access as mammograms and colonoscopies are today.  This is especially important for asymptomatic adults over 40 who don’t appear to be in any of the key risk categories.  Too many hearts have already been broken, it’s time to act now!

The screening will take place on Sat. Feb. 25 at the Angelica.  There will be a reception at 5pm, Film at 6pm and Q/A at 7:30.


Check out the link below to find out more and register for the event:    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-widowmaker-movie-screening-sponsored-by-marula-medical-center-for-cardiovascular-health-no-more-tickets-31612931128

 

 

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The mission of No More Broken Hearts is to make life saving heart scans as easy to access as mammograms and colonoscopies are today.  This is especially important for asymptomatic adults over 40 who don’t appear to be in any of the key risk categories.  Too many hearts have already been broken, it’s time to act now!

The screening will take place on Sat. Feb. 25 at the Angelica.  There will be a reception at 5pm, Film at 6pm and Q/A at 7:30.


Check out the link below to find out more and register for the event:    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-widowmaker-movie-screening-sponsored-by...

 

 

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The mission of No More Broken Hearts is to make life saving heart scans as easy to access as mammograms and colonoscopies are today.  This is especially important for asymptomatic adults over 40 who don’t appear to be in any of the key risk categories.  Too many hearts have already been broken, it’s time to act now!

The screening will take place on Sat. Feb. 25 at the Angelica.  There will be a reception at 5pm, Film at 6pm and Q/A at 7:30.


Check out the link below to find out more and register for the event:    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-widowmaker-movie-screening-sponsored-by-marula-medical-center-for-cardiovascular-health-no-more-tickets-31612931128

 

 

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The mission of No More Broken Hearts is to make life saving heart scans as easy to access as mammograms and colonoscopies are today.  This is especially important for asymptomatic adults over 40 who don’t appear to be in any of the key risk categories.  Too many hearts have already been broken, it’s time to act now!

The screening will take place on Sat. Feb. 25 at the Angelica.  There will be a reception at 5pm, Film at 6pm and Q/A at 7:30.


Check out the link below to find out more and register for the event:    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-widowmaker-movie-screening-sponsored-by...

 

 

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The mission of No More Broken Hearts is to make life saving heart scans as easy to access as mammograms and colonoscopies are today.  This is especially important for asymptomatic adults over 40 who don’t appear to be in any of the key risk categories.  Too many hearts have already been broken, it’s time to act now!

The screening will take place on Sat. Feb. 25 at the Angelica.  There will be a reception at 5pm, Film at 6pm and Q/A at 7:30.


Check out the link below to find out more and register for the event:    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-widowmaker-movie-screening-sponsored-by-marula-medical-center-for-cardiovascular-health-no-more-tickets-31612931128

 

 

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The mission of No More Broken Hearts is to make life saving heart scans as easy to access as mammograms and colonoscopies are today.  This is especially important for asymptomatic adults over 40 who don’t appear to be in any of the key risk categories.  Too many hearts have already been broken, it’s time to act now!

The screening will take place on Sat. Feb. 25 at the Angelica.  There will be a reception at 5pm, Film at 6pm and Q/A at 7:30.


Check out the link below to find out more and register for the event:    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-widowmaker-movie-screening-sponsored-by...

 

 

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The screening will take place on Sat. Feb. 25 at the Angelica.  There will be a reception at 5pm, Film at 6pm and Q/A at 7:30.


Check out the link below to find out more and register for the event:    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-widowmaker-movie-screening-sponsored-by-marula-medical-center-for-cardiovascular-health-no-more-tickets-31612931128

 

 

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The screening will take place on Sat. Feb. 25 at the Angelica.  There will be a reception at 5pm, Film at 6pm and Q/A at 7:30.


Check out the link below to find out more and register for the event:    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-widowmaker-movie-screening-sponsored-by...

 

 

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We have created a YMSL Alumni LinkedIn page! Please encourage your son to create a LinkedIn account.  This is a great tool for business connections while in college and after college. To link to YMSL Alumni, click on the search tool and type in “YMSL Alumni.” Click on “Ask to join.”  That’s it! Super simple! Our hope is that YMSL Alumni will make college and job connections that benefit them in the future as another benefit of  their time spent in YMSL. Moms– we encourage you to use this valuable tool as well!

 

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We have created a YMSL Alumni LinkedIn page! Please encourage your son to create a LinkedIn account.  This is a great tool for business connections while in college and after college. To link to YMSL Alumni, click on the search tool and type in “YMSL Alumni.” Click on “Ask to join.”  That’s it! Super simple! Our hope is that YMSL Alumni will make college and job connections that benefit them in the future as another benefit of  their time spent in YMSL. Moms– we encourage you to use this valuable tool as well!

 

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We have created a YMSL Alumni LinkedIn page! Please encourage your son to create a LinkedIn account.  This is a great tool for business connections while in college and after college. To link to YMSL Alumni, click on the search tool and type in “YMSL Alumni.” Click on “Ask to join.”  That’s it! Super simple! Our hope is that YMSL Alumni will make college and job connections that benefit them in the future as another benefit of  their time spent in YMSL. Moms– we encourage you to use this valuable tool as well!

 

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National Board Needs You!!!

Mon, 11/14/2016 - 08:24 -- Heidi Holguin

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National Board is looking to fill several positions. If you serve on the National board, you are not required to also hold a Chapter position if you are still a chapter member. If you are still an active Chapter member, serving on National allows you to serve as a liason between the chapter and National.

National Ultimate Gift Chairman

Overview:
·         Shall oversee all national policies and procedures for the successful annual execution of  Chapter Ultimate Gift Events. 
·         Specific duties include development of national policies, procedures and training materials;
·         Active participation in National Training Day and review/final national approval of Ultimate
·         Gift Event Projects plans.

Skills Required: 
·         Heart for Service
·         Ability to regularly communicate via text, email and Basecamp Forum
·         Collect, analyze and audit data

 
YMSL VP National Philanthropy Job Description

Overview:  The Purpose and Responsibilities of a National Vice President Philanthropy is to oversee all philanthropy activities for a designated number of chapters and present updates at National Board Meetings.

The ideal candidate for the VP Philanthropy should have:

 ·           Knowledge of YMSL, its mission and objectives
 ·           Strong personal and organizational skills
 ·           Leadership skills to oversee a number of chapters
 ·           A passion for philanthropy
 ·           Ideally, this candidate should have served in the role as a VP Philanthropy for a chapter

Duties of the National Vice President of Philanthropy

·         Serve on the National Board and attend meetings.
·         Mentor and guide chapters in all philanthropy related tasks including:
·         Help create and maintain a diverse mix of philanthropy opportunities for each chapter’s membership.
·         Approve philanthropies that are consistent with YMSL’s mission statement and exit those that are no longer working
·         Keep chapters true to Bylaws and in compliance with National Philanthropy Guidelines
·         Contribute to the training of new Philanthropy Boards each year at National Training Days.
·         Document pertinent philanthropy experiences (questions, lessons, new ideas) to pass along a history of what works & what doesn’t as Philanthropy Board members transition each year.
·         Review year end reports and make recommendations to respective chapters.
·         Bring individual chapter issues to National Board and participate in discussion of philanthropy policies.

We are also looking for a Secretary- more information coming in our newsletter!
National Board meetings can be attended in person or via Go-to-meeting online or phone so you are not required to be in the Dallas area.

Please contact Pam Rosener at prosener@gmail.com if you are interested.

 

 

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National Board is looking to fill several positions. If you serve on the National board, you are not required to also hold a Chapter position if you are still a chapter member. If you are still an active Chapter member, serving on National allows you to serve as a liason between the chapter and National.

National Ultimate Gift Chairman

Overview:
·         Shall oversee all national policies and procedures for the successful annual execution of  Chapter Ultimate Gift Events. 
·         Specific duties include development of national policies, procedures and training materials;
·         Active participation in National Training Day and review/final national approval of Ultimate
·         Gift Event Projects plans.

Skills Required: 
·         Heart for Service
·         Ability to regularly communicate via text, email and Basecamp Forum
·         Collect, analyze and audit data

 
YMSL VP National Philanthropy Job Description

Overview:  The Purpose and Responsibilities of a National Vice President Philanthropy is to oversee all philanthropy activities for a designated number of chapters and present updates at National Board Meetings.

The ideal candidate for the VP Philanthropy should have:

 ·           Knowledge of YMSL, its mission and objectives
 ·           Strong personal and organizational skills
 ·           Leadership skills to oversee a number of chapters
 ·           A passion for philanthropy
 ·           Ideally, this candidate should have served in the role as a VP Philanthropy for a chapter

Duties of the National Vice President of Philanthropy

·         Serve on the National Board and attend meetings.
·         Mentor and guide chapters in all philanthropy related tasks including:
·         Help create and maintain a diverse mix of philanthropy opportunities for each chapter’s membership.
·         Approve philanthropies that are consistent with YMSL’s mission statement and exit those that are no longer working
·         Keep chapters true to Bylaws and in compliance with National Philanthropy Guidelines
·         Contribute to the training of new Philanthropy Boards each year at National Training Days.
·         Document pertinent philanthropy experiences (questions, lessons, new ideas) to pass along a history of what works & what doesn’t as Philanthropy Board members transition each year.
·         Review year end reports and make recommendations to respective chapters.
·         Bring individual chapter issues to National Board and participate in discussion of philanthropy policies.

We are also looking for a Secretary- more information coming in our newsletter!
National Board meetings can be attended in person or via Go-to-meeting online or phone so you are not required to be in the Dallas area.

Please contact Pam Rosener at prosener@gmail.com if you are interested.

 

 

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National Ultimate Gift Chairman

Overview:
·         Shall oversee all national policies and procedures for the successful annual execution of  Chapter Ultimate Gift Events. 
·         Specific duties include development of national policies, procedures and training materials;
·         Active participation in National Training Day and review/final national approval of Ultimate
·         Gift Event Projects plans.

Skills Required: 
·         Heart for Service
·         Ability to regularly communicate via text, email and Basecamp Forum
·         Collect, analyze and audit data

 
YMSL VP National Philanthropy Job Description

Overview:  The Purpose and Responsibilities of a National Vice President Philanthropy is to oversee all philanthropy activities for a designated number of chapters and present updates at National Board Meetings.

The ideal candidate for the VP Philanthropy should have:

 ·           Knowledge of YMSL, its mission and objectives
 ·           Strong personal and organizational skills
 ·           Leadership skills to oversee a number of chapters
 ·           A passion for philanthropy
 ·           Ideally, this candidate should have served in the role as a VP Philanthropy for a chapter

Duties of the National Vice President of Philanthropy

·         Serve on the National Board and attend meetings.
·         Mentor and guide chapters in all philanthropy related tasks including:
·         Help create and maintain a diverse mix of philanthropy opportunities for each chapter’s membership.
·         Approve philanthropies that are consistent with YMSL’s mission statement and exit those that are no longer working
·         Keep chapters true to Bylaws and in compliance with National Philanthropy Guidelines
·         Contribute to the training of new Philanthropy Boards each year at National Training Days.
·         Document pertinent philanthropy experiences (questions, lessons, new ideas) to pass along a history of what works & what doesn’t as Philanthropy Board members transition each year.
·         Review year end reports and make recommendations to respective chapters.
·         Bring individual chapter issues to National Board and participate in discussion of philanthropy policies.

We are also looking for a Secretary- more information coming in our newsletter!
National Board meetings can be attended in person or via Go-to-meeting online or phone so you are not required to be in the Dallas area.

Please contact Pam Rosener at prosener@gmail.com if you are interested.

 

 

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National Board is looking to fill several positions. If you serve on the National board, you are not required to also hold a Chapter position if you are still a chapter member. If you are still an active Chapter member, serving on National allows you to serve as a liason between the chapter and National.

National Ultimate Gift Chairman

Overview:
·         Shall oversee all national policies and procedures for the successful annual execution of  Chapter Ultimate Gift Events. 
·         Specific duties include development of national policies, procedures and training materials;
·         Active participation in National Training Day and review/final national approval of Ultimate
·         Gift Event Projects plans.

Skills Required: 
·         Heart for Service
·         Ability to regularly communicate via text, email and Basecamp Forum
·         Collect, analyze and audit data

 
YMSL VP National Philanthropy Job Description

Overview:  The Purpose and Responsibilities of a National Vice President Philanthropy is to oversee all philanthropy activities for a designated number of chapters and present updates at National Board Meetings.

The ideal candidate for the VP Philanthropy should have:

 ·           Knowledge of YMSL, its mission and objectives
 ·           Strong personal and organizational skills
 ·           Leadership skills to oversee a number of chapters
 ·           A passion for philanthropy
 ·           Ideally, this candidate should have served in the role as a VP Philanthropy for a chapter

Duties of the National Vice President of Philanthropy

·         Serve on the National Board and attend meetings.
·         Mentor and guide chapters in all philanthropy related tasks including:
·         Help create and maintain a diverse mix of philanthropy opportunities for each chapter’s membership.
·         Approve philanthropies that are consistent with YMSL’s mission statement and exit those that are no longer working
·         Keep chapters true to Bylaws and in compliance with National Philanthropy Guidelines
·         Contribute to the training of new Philanthropy Boards each year at National Training Days.
·         Document pertinent philanthropy experiences (questions, lessons, new ideas) to pass along a history of what works & what doesn’t as Philanthropy Board members transition each year.
·         Review year end reports and make recommendations to respective chapters.
·         Bring individual chapter issues to National Board and participate in discussion of philanthropy policies.

We are also looking for a Secretary- more information coming in our newsletter!
National Board meetings can be attended in person or via Go-to-meeting online or phone so you are not required to be in the Dallas area.

Please contact Pam Rosener at prosener@gmail.com if you are interested.

 

 

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National Board is looking to fill several positions. If you serve on the National board, you are not required to also hold a Chapter position if you are still a chapter member. If you are still an active Chapter member, serving on National allows you to serve as a liason between the chapter and National.

National Ultimate Gift Chairman

Overview:
·         Shall oversee all national policies and procedures for the successful annual execution of  Chapter Ultimate Gift Events. 
·         Specific duties include development of national policies, procedures and training materials;
·         Active participation in National Training Day and review/final national approval of Ultimate
·         Gift Event Projects plans.

Skills Required: 
·         Heart for Service
·         Ability to regularly communicate via text, email and Basecamp Forum
·         Collect, analyze and audit data

 
YMSL VP National Philanthropy Job Description

Overview:  The Purpose and Responsibilities of a National Vice President Philanthropy is to oversee all philanthropy activities for a designated number of chapters and present updates at National Board Meetings.

The ideal candidate for the VP Philanthropy should have:

 ·           Knowledge of YMSL, its mission and objectives
 ·           Strong personal and organizational skills
 ·           Leadership skills to oversee a number of chapters
 ·           A passion for philanthropy
 ·           Ideally, this candidate should have served in the role as a VP Philanthropy for a chapter

Duties of the National Vice President of Philanthropy

·         Serve on the National Board and attend meetings.
·         Mentor and guide chapters in all philanthropy related tasks including:
·         Help create and maintain a diverse mix of philanthropy opportunities for each chapter’s membership.
·         Approve philanthropies that are consistent with YMSL’s mission statement and exit those that are no longer working
·         Keep chapters true to Bylaws and in compliance with National Philanthropy Guidelines
·         Contribute to the training of new Philanthropy Boards each year at National Training Days.
·         Document pertinent philanthropy experiences (questions, lessons, new ideas) to pass along a history of what works & what doesn’t as Philanthropy Board members transition each year.
·         Review year end reports and make recommendations to respective chapters.
·         Bring individual chapter issues to National Board and participate in discussion of philanthropy policies.

We are also looking for a Secretary- more information coming in our newsletter!
National Board meetings can be attended in person or via Go-to-meeting online or phone so you are not required to be in the Dallas area.

Please contact Pam Rosener at prosener@gmail.com if you are interested.

 

 

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National Board is looking to fill several positions. If you serve on the National board, you are not required to also hold a Chapter position if you are still a chapter member. If you are still an active Chapter member, serving on National allows you to serve as a liason between the chapter and National.

National Ultimate Gift Chairman

Overview:
·         Shall oversee all national policies and procedures for the successful annual execution of  Chapter Ultimate Gift Events. 
·         Specific duties include development of national policies, procedures and training materials;
·         Active participation in National Training Day and review/final national approval of Ultimate
·         Gift Event Projects plans.

Skills Required: 
·         Heart for Service
·         Ability to regularly communicate via text, email and Basecamp Forum
·         Collect, analyze and audit data

 
YMSL VP National Philanthropy Job Description

Overview:  The Purpose and Responsibilities of a National Vice President Philanthropy is to oversee all philanthropy activities for a designated number of chapters and present updates at National Board Meetings.

The ideal candidate for the VP Philanthropy should have:

 ·           Knowledge of YMSL, its mission and objectives
 ·           Strong personal and organizational skills
 ·           Leadership skills to oversee a number of chapters
 ·           A passion for philanthropy
 ·           Ideally, this candidate should have served in the role as a VP Philanthropy for a chapter

Duties of the National Vice President of Philanthropy

·         Serve on the National Board and attend meetings.
·         Mentor and guide chapters in all philanthropy related tasks including:
·         Help create and maintain a diverse mix of philanthropy opportunities for each chapter’s membership.
·         Approve philanthropies that are consistent with YMSL’s mission statement and exit those that are no longer working
·         Keep chapters true to Bylaws and in compliance with National Philanthropy Guidelines
·         Contribute to the training of new Philanthropy Boards each year at National Training Days.
·         Document pertinent philanthropy experiences (questions, lessons, new ideas) to pass along a history of what works & what doesn’t as Philanthropy Board members transition each year.
·         Review year end reports and make recommendations to respective chapters.
·         Bring individual chapter issues to National Board and participate in discussion of philanthropy policies.

We are also looking for a Secretary- more information coming in our newsletter!
National Board meetings can be attended in person or via Go-to-meeting online or phone so you are not required to be in the Dallas area.

Please contact Pam Rosener at prosener@gmail.com if you are interested.

 

 

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National Board is looking to fill several positions. If you serve on the National board, you are not required to also hold a Chapter position if you are still a chapter member. If you are still an active Chapter member, serving on National allows you to serve as a liason between the chapter and National.

National Ultimate Gift Chairman

Overview:
·         Shall oversee all national policies and procedures for the successful annual execution of  Chapter Ultimate Gift Events. 
·         Specific duties include development of national policies, procedures and training materials;
·         Active participation in National Training Day and review/final national approval of Ultimate
·         Gift Event Projects plans.

Skills Required: 
·         Heart for Service
·         Ability to regularly communicate via text, email and Basecamp Forum
·         Collect, analyze and audit data

 
YMSL VP National Philanthropy Job Description

Overview:  The Purpose and Responsibilities of a National Vice President Philanthropy is to oversee all philanthropy activities for a designated number of chapters and present updates at National Board Meetings.

The ideal candidate for the VP Philanthropy should have:

 ·           Knowledge of YMSL, its mission and objectives
 ·           Strong personal and organizational skills
 ·           Leadership skills to oversee a number of chapters
 ·           A passion for philanthropy
 ·           Ideally, this candidate should have served in the role as a VP Philanthropy for a chapter

Duties of the National Vice President of Philanthropy

·         Serve on the National Board and attend meetings.
·         Mentor and guide chapters in all philanthropy related tasks including:
·         Help create and maintain a diverse mix of philanthropy opportunities for each chapter’s membership.
·         Approve philanthropies that are consistent with YMSL’s mission statement and exit those that are no longer working
·         Keep chapters true to Bylaws and in compliance with National Philanthropy Guidelines
·         Contribute to the training of new Philanthropy Boards each year at National Training Days.
·         Document pertinent philanthropy experiences (questions, lessons, new ideas) to pass along a history of what works & what doesn’t as Philanthropy Board members transition each year.
·         Review year end reports and make recommendations to respective chapters.
·         Bring individual chapter issues to National Board and participate in discussion of philanthropy policies.

We are also looking for a Secretary- more information coming in our newsletter!
National Board meetings can be attended in person or via Go-to-meeting online or phone so you are not required to be in the Dallas area.

Please contact Pam Rosener at prosener@gmail.com if you are interested.

 

 

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National Board is looking to fill several positions. If you serve on the National board, you are not required to also hold a Chapter position if you are still a chapter member. If you are still an active Chapter member, serving on National allows you to serve as a liason between the chapter and National.

National Ultimate Gift Chairman

Overview:
·         Shall oversee all national policies and procedures for the successful annual execution of  Chapter Ultimate Gift Events. 
·         Specific duties include development of national policies, procedures and training materials;
·         Active participation in National Training Day and review/final national approval of Ultimate
·         Gift Event Projects plans.

Skills Required: 
·         Heart for Service
·         Ability to regularly communicate via text, email and Basecamp Forum
·         Collect, analyze and audit data

 
YMSL VP National Philanthropy Job Description

Overview:  The Purpose and Responsibilities of a National Vice President Philanthropy is to oversee all philanthropy activities for a designated number of chapters and present updates at National Board Meetings.

The ideal candidate for the VP Philanthropy should have:

 ·           Knowledge of YMSL, its mission and objectives
 ·           Strong personal and organizational skills
 ·           Leadership skills to oversee a number of chapters
 ·           A passion for philanthropy
 ·           Ideally, this candidate should have served in the role as a VP Philanthropy for a chapter

Duties of the National Vice President of Philanthropy

·         Serve on the National Board and attend meetings.
·         Mentor and guide chapters in all philanthropy related tasks including:
·         Help create and maintain a diverse mix of philanthropy opportunities for each chapter’s membership.
·         Approve philanthropies that are consistent with YMSL’s mission statement and exit those that are no longer working
·         Keep chapters true to Bylaws and in compliance with National Philanthropy Guidelines
·         Contribute to the training of new Philanthropy Boards each year at National Training Days.
·         Document pertinent philanthropy experiences (questions, lessons, new ideas) to pass along a history of what works & what doesn’t as Philanthropy Board members transition each year.
·         Review year end reports and make recommendations to respective chapters.
·         Bring individual chapter issues to National Board and participate in discussion of philanthropy policies.

We are also looking for a Secretary- more information coming in our newsletter!
National Board meetings can be attended in person or via Go-to-meeting online or phone so you are not required to be in the Dallas area.

Please contact Pam Rosener at prosener@gmail.com if you are interested.

 

 

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Dallas Area National Training

Mon, 05/02/2016 - 19:41 -- Heidi Holguin

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The Dallas area National Training Conference was on Saturday, April 30, 2016.  The conference was opened by the YMSL President and co- founder Pam Rosener. Pam had challenged each of the 38 chapters attending to make a chapter cheer and hearing them was a really fun way to kick off the day! Pam then revealed the YMSL 2016-17 theme, “Expand Your View.” As we celebrate the 15th year of YMSL, Pam encouraged members to expand their view in all areas of YMSL. Looks for new ideas, philanthropies and opportunities to make a transformational difference in our communities!

Pam then shared that it had been weighing on her heart that we as women often forget to take care of ourselves because we are so busy taking care of others. She then introduced Victoria Dupuy who shared her presentation of No More Broken Hearts. Victoria’s husband passed away in his early 40’s of a heart attack after having had a physical where he was declared completely healthy. Victoria began asking questions and doing research and she learned some scary statistics- especially about women! During her research she learned there is a simple, non-invasive test that can catch heart disease in its earliest stages. She encourages all women (and men) to ask their doctor about this simple test! To learn more about her story and the test, go to www.nomorebrokenhearts.info.

We then heard from national board members Denise Bothner, Ultimate Gift Chairman and Cindy Meissner, VP Boys Coordinator. Denise delivered the news that National is expanding our view of Ultimate Gift by allowing Chapters to choose any transformational project- not just those benefitting women and children and that we are expanding the time frame to complete our UG projects. Denise also showed us a few videos of amazing Ultimate Gift projects from last fall. Cindy shared her vision of expanding the view amongst the boys. In keeping with our theme, we had a prize giveaway and 3 lucky winners won the View-Master® Virtual Reality viewer –a portal to immersive, virtual reality adventures that transport you around the world and beyond. Congrats to the winners!

At the end of our general session Pam shared another matter weighing on her and that is the tragic loss of so many young men to addictions. There have been several stories of young men under 30in our area succumbing to addictions in recent news. She then introduced us to the final speaker, Michael Perron. Michael spoke from his heart about his years of addiction and his 17 years of sobriety. He shared with us ways to parent our young men and teach them self worth. He encouraged us to “speak life” to our boys- to remind them of their abilities and talents, to encourage them to visualize their future goals including lifestyle, careers,  relationships and family and to remind them how bad choices can affect those life goals.

After the general session, we had breakout sessions for each board position followed by lunch and a general Q & A session for those who still had questions they needed clarification on. It was a wonderful, informative day!

 

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The Dallas area National Training Conference was on Saturday, April 30, 2016.  The conference was opened by the YMSL President and co- founder Pam Rosener. Pam had challenged each of the 38 chapters attending to make a chapter cheer and hearing them was a really fun way to kick off the day! Pam then revealed the YMSL 2016-17 theme, “Expand Your View.” As we celebrate the 15th year of YMSL, Pam encouraged members to expand their view in all areas of YMSL. Looks for new ideas, philanthropies and opportunities to make a transformational difference in our communities!

Pam then shared that it had been weighing on her heart that we as women often forget to take care of ourselves because we are so busy taking care of others. She then introduced Victoria Dupuy who shared her presentation of No More Broken Hearts. Victoria’s husband passed away in his early 40’s of a heart attack after having had a physical where he was declared completely healthy. Victoria began asking questions and doing research and she learned some scary statistics- especially about women! During her research she learned there is a simple, non-invasive test that can catch heart disease in its earliest stages. She encourages all women (and men) to ask their doctor about this simple test! To learn more about her story and the test, go to www.nomorebrokenhearts.info.

We then heard from national board members Denise Bothner, Ultimate Gift Chairman and Cindy Meissner, VP Boys Coordinator. Denise delivered the news that National is expanding our view of Ultimate Gift by allowing Chapters to choose any transformational project- not just those benefitting women and children and that we are expanding the time frame to complete our UG projects. Denise also showed us a few videos of amazing Ultimate Gift projects from last fall. Cindy shared her vision of expanding the view amongst the boys. In keeping with our theme, we had a prize giveaway and 3 lucky winners won the View-Master® Virtual Reality viewer –a portal to immersive, virtual reality adventures that transport you around the world and beyond. Congrats to the winners!

At the end of our general session Pam shared another matter weighing on her and that is the tragic loss of so many young men to addictions. There have been several stories of young men under 30in our area succumbing to addictions in recent news. She then introduced us to the final speaker, Michael Perron. Michael spoke from his heart about his years of addiction and his 17 years of sobriety. He shared with us ways to parent our young men and teach them self worth. He encouraged us to “speak life” to our boys- to remind them of their abilities and talents, to encourage them to visualize their future goals including lifestyle, careers,  relationships and family and to remind them how bad choices can affect those life goals.

After the general session, we had breakout sessions for each board position followed by lunch and a general Q & A session for those who still had questions they needed clarification on. It was a wonderful, informative day!

 

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The Dallas area National Training Conference was on Saturday, April 30, 2016.  The conference was opened by the YMSL President and co- founder Pam Rosener. Pam had challenged each of the 38 chapters attending to make a chapter cheer and hearing them was a really fun way to kick off the day! Pam then revealed the YMSL 2016-17 theme, “Expand Your View.” As we celebrate the 15th year of YMSL, Pam encouraged members to expand their view in all areas of YMSL. Looks for new ideas, philanthropies and opportunities to make a transformational difference in our communities!

Pam then shared that it had been weighing on her heart that we as women often forget to take care of ourselves because we are so busy taking care of others. She then introduced Victoria Dupuy who shared her presentation of No More Broken Hearts. Victoria’s husband passed away in his early 40’s of a heart attack after having had a physical where he was declared completely healthy. Victoria began asking questions and doing research and she learned some scary statistics- especially about women! During her research she learned there is a simple, non-invasive test that can catch heart disease in its earliest stages. She encourages all women (and men) to ask their doctor about this simple test! To learn more about her story and the test, go to www.nomorebrokenhearts.info.

We then heard from national board members Denise Bothner, Ultimate Gift Chairman and Cindy Meissner, VP Boys Coordinator. Denise delivered the news that National is expanding our view of Ultimate Gift by allowing Chapters to choose any transformational project- not just those benefitting women and children and that we are expanding the time frame to complete our UG projects. Denise also showed us a few videos of amazing Ultimate Gift projects from last fall. Cindy shared her vision of expanding the view amongst the boys. In keeping with our theme, we had a prize giveaway and 3 lucky winners won the View-Master® Virtual Reality viewer –a portal to immersive, virtual reality adventures that transport you around the world and beyond. Congrats to the winners!

At the end of our general session Pam shared another matter weighing on her and that is the tragic loss of so many young men to addictions. There have been several stories of young men under 30in our area succumbing to addictions in recent news. She then introduced us to the final speaker, Michael Perron. Michael spoke from his heart about his years of addiction and his 17 years of sobriety. He shared with us ways to parent our young men and teach them self worth. He encouraged us to “speak life” to our boys- to remind them of their abilities and talents, to encourage them to visualize their future goals including lifestyle, careers,  relationships and family and to remind them how bad choices can affect those life goals.

After the general session, we had breakout sessions for each board position followed by lunch and a general Q & A session for those who still had questions they needed clarification on. It was a wonderful, informative day!

 

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The Dallas area National Training Conference was on Saturday, April 30, 2016.  The conference was opened by the YMSL President and co- founder Pam Rosener. Pam had challenged each of the 38 chapters attending to make a chapter cheer and hearing them was a really fun way to kick off the day! Pam then revealed the YMSL 2016-17 theme, “Expand Your View.” As we celebrate the 15th year of YMSL, Pam encouraged members to expand their view in all areas of YMSL. Looks for new ideas, philanthropies and opportunities to make a transformational difference in our communities!

Pam then shared that it had been weighing on her heart that we as women often forget to take care of ourselves because we are so busy taking care of others. She then introduced Victoria Dupuy who shared her presentation of No More Broken Hearts. Victoria’s husband passed away in his early 40’s of a heart attack after having had a physical where he was declared completely healthy. Victoria began asking questions and doing research and she learned some scary statistics- especially about women! During her research she learned there is a simple, non-invasive test that can catch heart disease in its earliest stages. She encourages all women (and men) to ask their doctor about this simple test! To learn more about her story and the test, go to www.nomorebrokenhearts.info.

We then heard from national board members Denise Bothner, Ultimate Gift Chairman and Cindy Meissner, VP Boys Coordinator. Denise delivered the news that National is expanding our view of Ultimate Gift by allowing Chapters to choose any transformational project- not just those benefitting women and children and that we are expanding the time frame to complete our UG projects. Denise also showed us a few videos of amazing Ultimate Gift projects from last fall. Cindy shared her vision of expanding the view amongst the boys. In keeping with our theme, we had a prize giveaway and 3 lucky winners won the View-Master® Virtual Reality viewer –a portal to immersive, virtual reality adventures that transport you around the world and beyond. Congrats to the winners!

At the end of our general session Pam shared another matter weighing on her and that is the tragic loss of so many young men to addictions. There have been several stories of young men under 30in our area succumbing to addictions in recent news. She then introduced us to the final speaker, Michael Perron. Michael spoke from his heart about his years of addiction and his 17 years of sobriety. He shared with us ways to parent our young men and teach them self worth. He encouraged us to “speak life” to our boys- to remind them of their abilities and talents, to encourage them to visualize their future goals including lifestyle, careers,  relationships and family and to remind them how bad choices can affect those life goals.

After the general session, we had breakout sessions for each board position followed by lunch and a general Q & A session for those who still had questions they needed clarification on. It was a wonderful, informative day!

 

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The Dallas area National Training Conference was on Saturday, April 30, 2016.  The conference was opened by the YMSL President and co- founder Pam Rosener. Pam had challenged each of the 38 chapters attending to make a chapter cheer and hearing them was a really fun way to kick off the day! Pam then revealed the YMSL 2016-17 theme, “Expand Your View.” As we celebrate the 15th year of YMSL, Pam encouraged members to expand their view in all areas of YMSL. Looks for new ideas, philanthropies and opportunities to make a transformational difference in our communities!

Pam then shared that it had been weighing on her heart that we as women often forget to take care of ourselves because we are so busy taking care of others. She then introduced Victoria Dupuy who shared her presentation of No More Broken Hearts. Victoria’s husband passed away in his early 40’s of a heart attack after having had a physical where he was declared completely healthy. Victoria began asking questions and doing research and she learned some scary statistics- especially about women! During her research she learned there is a simple, non-invasive test that can catch heart disease in its earliest stages. She encourages all women (and men) to ask their doctor about this simple test! To learn more about her story and the test, go to www.nomorebrokenhearts.info.

We then heard from national board members Denise Bothner, Ultimate Gift Chairman and Cindy Meissner, VP Boys Coordinator. Denise delivered the news that National is expanding our view of Ultimate Gift by allowing Chapters to choose any transformational project- not just those benefitting women and children and that we are expanding the time frame to complete our UG projects. Denise also showed us a few videos of amazing Ultimate Gift projects from last fall. Cindy shared her vision of expanding the view amongst the boys. In keeping with our theme, we had a prize giveaway and 3 lucky winners won the View-Master® Virtual Reality viewer –a portal to immersive, virtual reality adventures that transport you around the world and beyond. Congrats to the winners!

At the end of our general session Pam shared another matter weighing on her and that is the tragic loss of so many young men to addictions. There have been several stories of young men under 30in our area succumbing to addictions in recent news. She then introduced us to the final speaker, Michael Perron. Michael spoke from his heart about his years of addiction and his 17 years of sobriety. He shared with us ways to parent our young men and teach them self worth. He encouraged us to “speak life” to our boys- to remind them of their abilities and talents, to encourage them to visualize their future goals including lifestyle, careers,  relationships and family and to remind them how bad choices can affect those life goals.

After the general session, we had breakout sessions for each board position followed by lunch and a general Q & A session for those who still had questions they needed clarification on. It was a wonderful, informative day!

 

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Pam then shared that it had been weighing on her heart that we as women often forget to take care of ourselves because we are so busy taking care of others. She then introduced Victoria Dupuy who shared her presentation of No More Broken Hearts. Victoria’s husband passed away in his early 40’s of a heart attack after having had a physical where he was declared completely healthy. Victoria began asking questions and doing research and she learned some scary statistics- especially about women! During her research she learned there is a simple, non-invasive test that can catch heart disease in its earliest stages. She encourages all women (and men) to ask their doctor about this simple test! To learn more about her story and the test, go to www.nomorebrokenhearts.info.

We then heard from national board members Denise Bothner, Ultimate Gift Chairman and Cindy Meissner, VP Boys Coordinator. Denise delivered the news that National is expanding our view of Ultimate Gift by allowing Chapters to choose any transformational project- not just those benefitting women and children and that we are expanding the time frame to complete our UG projects. Denise also showed us a few videos of amazing Ultimate Gift projects from last fall. Cindy shared her vision of expanding the view amongst the boys. In keeping with our theme, we had a prize giveaway and 3 lucky winners won the View-Master® Virtual Reality viewer –a portal to immersive, virtual reality adventures that transport you around the world and beyond. Congrats to the winners!

At the end of our general session Pam shared another matter weighing on her and that is the tragic loss of so many young men to addictions. There have been several stories of young men under 30in our area succumbing to addictions in recent news. She then introduced us to the final speaker, Michael Perron. Michael spoke from his heart about his years of addiction and his 17 years of sobriety. He shared with us ways to parent our young men and teach them self worth. He encouraged us to “speak life” to our boys- to remind them of their abilities and talents, to encourage them to visualize their future goals including lifestyle, careers,  relationships and family and to remind them how bad choices can affect those life goals.

After the general session, we had breakout sessions for each board position followed by lunch and a general Q & A session for those who still had questions they needed clarification on. It was a wonderful, informative day!

 

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Pam then shared that it had been weighing on her heart that we as women often forget to take care of ourselves because we are so busy taking care of others. She then introduced Victoria Dupuy who shared her presentation of No More Broken Hearts. Victoria’s husband passed away in his early 40’s of a heart attack after having had a physical where he was declared completely healthy. Victoria began asking questions and doing research and she learned some scary statistics- especially about women! During her research she learned there is a simple, non-invasive test that can catch heart disease in its earliest stages. She encourages all women (and men) to ask their doctor about this simple test! To learn more about her story and the test, go to www.nomorebrokenhearts.info.

We then heard from national board members Denise Bothner, Ultimate Gift Chairman and Cindy Meissner, VP Boys Coordinator. Denise delivered the news that National is expanding our view of Ultimate Gift by allowing Chapters to choose any transformational project- not just those benefitting women and children and that we are expanding the time frame to complete our UG projects. Denise also showed us a few videos of amazing Ultimate Gift projects from last fall. Cindy shared her vision of expanding the view amongst the boys. In keeping with our theme, we had a prize giveaway and 3 lucky winners won the View-Master® Virtual Reality viewer –a portal to immersive, virtual reality adventures that transport you around the world and beyond. Congrats to the winners!

At the end of our general session Pam shared another matter weighing on her and that is the tragic loss of so many young men to addictions. There have been several stories of young men under 30in our area succumbing to addictions in recent news. She then introduced us to the final speaker, Michael Perron. Michael spoke from his heart about his years of addiction and his 17 years of sobriety. He shared with us ways to parent our young men and teach them self worth. He encouraged us to “speak life” to our boys- to remind them of their abilities and talents, to encourage them to visualize their future goals including lifestyle, careers,  relationships and family and to remind them how bad choices can affect those life goals.

After the general session, we had breakout sessions for each board position followed by lunch and a general Q & A session for those who still had questions they needed clarification on. It was a wonderful, informative day!

 

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Pam then shared that it had been weighing on her heart that we as women often forget to take care of ourselves because we are so busy taking care of others. She then introduced Victoria Dupuy who shared her presentation of No More Broken Hearts. Victoria’s husband passed away in his early 40’s of a heart attack after having had a physical where he was declared completely healthy. Victoria began asking questions and doing research and she learned some scary statistics- especially about women! During her research she learned there is a simple, non-invasive test that can catch heart disease in its earliest stages. She encourages all women (and men) to ask their doctor about this simple test! To learn more about her story and the test, go to www.nomorebrokenhearts.info.

We then heard from national board members Denise Bothner, Ultimate Gift Chairman and Cindy Meissner, VP Boys Coordinator. Denise delivered the news that National is expanding our view of Ultimate Gift by allowing Chapters to choose any transformational project- not just those benefitting women and children and that we are expanding the time frame to complete our UG projects. Denise also showed us a few videos of amazing Ultimate Gift projects from last fall. Cindy shared her vision of expanding the view amongst the boys. In keeping with our theme, we had a prize giveaway and 3 lucky winners won the View-Master® Virtual Reality viewer –a portal to immersive, virtual reality adventures that transport you around the world and beyond. Congrats to the winners!

At the end of our general session Pam shared another matter weighing on her and that is the tragic loss of so many young men to addictions. There have been several stories of young men under 30in our area succumbing to addictions in recent news. She then introduced us to the final speaker, Michael Perron. Michael spoke from his heart about his years of addiction and his 17 years of sobriety. He shared with us ways to parent our young men and teach them self worth. He encouraged us to “speak life” to our boys- to remind them of their abilities and talents, to encourage them to visualize their future goals including lifestyle, careers,  relationships and family and to remind them how bad choices can affect those life goals.

After the general session, we had breakout sessions for each board position followed by lunch and a general Q & A session for those who still had questions they needed clarification on. It was a wonderful, informative day!

 

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YMSL Theme for 2013 – 2014

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We are excited about our Theme for 2013-2014

IGNITE - Going Above and Beyond

We want you to encourage your members to IGNITE within their chapter

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We are excited about our Theme for 2013-2014

IGNITE - Going Above and Beyond

We want you to encourage your members to IGNITE within their chapter

Go above and beyond the minimum!

  • Serve more than just the minimum hours.
  • Take a personal interest in the philanthropies and really get involved with their mission.
  • Come up with new ideas for your meetings and your chapter

Increased Hours, Get Involved, New Ideas, Invest, Take Charge, Elevate

We also have some IGNITE T Shirts available for $5. Please let Pam Rosener (prosener@gmail.com) know if you would like one

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IGNITE - Going Above and Beyond

We want you to encourage your members to IGNITE within their chapter

Go above and beyond the minimum!

  • Serve more than just the minimum hours.
  • Take a personal interest in the philanthropies and really get involved with their mission.
  • Come up with new ideas for your meetings and your chapter

Increased Hours, Get Involved, New Ideas, Invest, Take Charge, Elevate

We also have some IGNITE T Shirts available for $5. Please let Pam Rosener (prosener@gmail.com) know if you would like one

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IGNITE - Going Above and Beyond

We want you to encourage your members to IGNITE within their chapter

Go above and beyond the minimum!

  • Serve more than just the minimum hours.
  • Take a personal interest in the philanthropies and really get involved with their mission.
  • Come up with new ideas for your meetings and your chapter

Increased Hours, Get Involved, New Ideas, Invest, Take Charge, Elevate

We also have some IGNITE T Shirts available for $5. Please let Pam Rosener (prosener@gmail.com) know if you would like one

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IGNITE - Going Above and Beyond

We want you to encourage your members to IGNITE within their chapter

Go above and beyond the minimum!

  • Serve more than just the minimum hours.
  • Take a personal interest in the philanthropies and really get involved with their mission.
  • Come up with new ideas for your meetings and your chapter

Increased Hours, Get Involved, New Ideas, Invest, Take Charge, Elevate

We also have some IGNITE T Shirts available for $5. Please let Pam Rosener (prosener@gmail.com) know if you would like one

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IGNITE - Going Above and Beyond

We want you to encourage your members to IGNITE within their chapter

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