Our mission is to assist, serve, and support those who are in need in our community, develop leadership skills among our membership, and promote mother-son relationships. 

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Cedar Park Chapter Banquet Video

Thu, 06/08/2017 - 22:20 -- Heidi Holguin

This video was created by the Cedar Park Banquet Team made with their young men, complete with an original song! This video was shared during their 2016-2017 End of Year Banquet.

https://youtu.be/aXAIizkuGhg

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YMSL VIENNA-OAKTON CELEBRATES 6000+ HOURS OF SERVICE & WELCOMES CLASS OF 2021

Sun, 05/28/2017 - 22:21 -- Heidi Holguin

YOUNG MEN’S SERVICE LEAGUE VIENNA-OAKTON CELEBRATES
OVER 6000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AND WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021

Vienna, VA, May 8, 2017 –Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) celebrates three years of impact through over 6,000 hours of service to assist, serve and support those in need in our community and welcomes 31 Moms and 32 boys in the Class of 2021.

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YOUNG MEN’S SERVICE LEAGUE VIENNA-OAKTON CELEBRATES
OVER 6000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AND WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021

Vienna, VA, May 8, 2017 –Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) celebrates three years of impact through over 6,000 hours of service to assist, serve and support those in need in our community and welcomes 31 Moms and 32 boys in the Class of 2021.

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President Helen Bath said “YMSLVO’s impact can be seen in the work we do with our Philanthropy Partners and our network of young men taking on increased responsibility within our organization and in our community.”
Over the past year, members of the Classes of 2019 and 2020 performed over 3300 hours of service with YMSLVO’s 17 Philanthropy Partners – ranging from a transformative project at Northern Virginia Family Service to weekly opportunities to serve those in need at the Community of Faith food pantry. 

“The impact YMSVLO’s moms and sons has had on the Community of Faith has been tremendous,” said Pastor Rob Vaughn, Community of Faith.  “Each week, our clients are greeted by YMSLVO moms and boys who are ready to serve – and sort, carry, and engage – to make our food pantry a warm and welcoming experience for those in need.”
Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) is a chapter of Young Men’s Service League YMSL , a nationwide organization of 75 Chapters in 11 States representing 5783 Moms, and 5,839 Boys dedicated to partnering mothers and sons to serve their community.  With the addition of the Class of 2021, YMSLVO membership now includes 89 moms and 97 boys representing 10 area high schools.

YMSLVO will be accepting applications for the Class of 2022 beginning in January 2018.  Those interested are invited to attend a new member session; dates will be posted on the website.

Contact:Helen Bath, President
Telephone: 703-615-1341
Email: ymslvo@gmail.com
Website: www.YMSLVO.org

 

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OVER 6000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AND WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021

Vienna, VA, May 8, 2017 –Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) celebrates three years of impact through over 6,000 hours of service to assist, serve and support those in need in our community and welcomes 31 Moms and 32 boys in the Class of 2021.

YMSLVO’s focus on “Philanthropy, Education and Leadership” provides members and their sons the opportunity to volunteer in our community, improve leadership skills, and develop new life skills. In addition to the required 20 hours of philanthropy work with YMSLVO’s Philanthropy Partners, boys attend and lead meetings designed to expand their knowledge and experience on civic responsibility and life skills and choices.

President Helen Bath said “YMSLVO’s impact can be seen in the work we do with our Philanthropy Partners and our network of young men taking on increased responsibility within our organization and in our community.”
Over the past year, members of the Classes of 2019 and 2020 performed over 3300 hours of service with YMSLVO’s 17 Philanthropy Partners – ranging from a transformative project at Northern Virginia Family Service to weekly opportunities to serve those in need at the Community of Faith food pantry. 

“The impact YMSVLO’s moms and sons has had on the Community of Faith has been tremendous,” said Pastor Rob Vaughn, Community of Faith.  “Each week, our clients are greeted by YMSLVO moms and boys who are ready to serve – and sort, carry, and engage – to make our food pantry a warm and welcoming experience for those in need.”
Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) is a chapter of Young Men’s Service League YMSL , a nationwide organization of 75 Chapters in 11 States representing 5783 Moms, and 5,839 Boys dedicated to partnering mothers and sons to serve their community.  With the addition of the Class of 2021, YMSLVO membership now includes 89 moms and 97 boys representing 10 area high schools.

YMSLVO will be accepting applications for the Class of 2022 beginning in January 2018.  Those interested are invited to attend a new member session; dates will be posted on the website.

Contact:Helen Bath, President
Telephone: 703-615-1341
Email: ymslvo@gmail.com
Website: www.YMSLVO.org

 

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YOUNG MEN’S SERVICE LEAGUE VIENNA-OAKTON CELEBRATES
OVER 6000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AND WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021

Vienna, VA, May 8, 2017 –Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) celebrates three years of impact through over 6,000 hours of service to assist, serve and support those in need in our community and welcomes 31 Moms and 32 boys in the Class of 2021.

YMSLVO’s focus on “Philanthropy, Education and Leadership” provides members and their sons the opportunity to volunteer in our community, improve leadership skills, and develop new life skills. In addition to the required 20 hours of philanthropy work with YMSLVO’s Philanthropy Partners, boys attend and lead meetings designed to expand their knowledge and experience on civic responsibility and life skills and choices.

President Helen Bath said “YMSLVO’s impact can be seen in the work we do with our Philanthropy Partners and our network of young men taking on increased responsibility within our organization and in our community.”
Over the past year, members of the Classes of 2019 and 2020 performed over 3300 hours of service with YMSLVO’s 17 Philanthropy Partners – ranging from a transformative project at Northern Virginia Family Service to weekly opportunities to serve those in need at the Community of Faith food pantry. 

“The impact YMSVLO’s moms and sons has had on the Community of Faith has been tremendous,” said Pastor Rob Vaughn, Community of Faith.  “Each week, our clients are greeted by YMSLVO moms and boys who are ready to serve – and sort, carry, and engage – to make our food pantry a warm and welcoming experience for those in need.”
Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) is a chapter of Young Men’s Service League YMSL , a nationwide organization of 75 Chapters in 11 States representing 5783 Moms, and 5,839 Boys dedicated to partnering mothers and sons to serve their community.  With the addition of the Class of 2021, YMSLVO membership now includes 89 moms and 97 boys representing 10 area high schools.

YMSLVO will be accepting applications for the Class of 2022 beginning in January 2018.  Those interested are invited to attend a new member session; dates will be posted on the website.

Contact:Helen Bath, President
Telephone: 703-615-1341
Email: ymslvo@gmail.com
Website: www.YMSLVO.org

 

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YOUNG MEN’S SERVICE LEAGUE VIENNA-OAKTON CELEBRATES
OVER 6000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AND WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021

Vienna, VA, May 8, 2017 –Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) celebrates three years of impact through over 6,000 hours of service to assist, serve and support those in need in our community and welcomes 31 Moms and 32 boys in the Class of 2021.

YMSLVO’s focus on “Philanthropy, Education and Leadership” provides members and their sons the opportunity to volunteer in our community, improve leadership skills, and develop new life skills. In addition to the required 20 hours of philanthropy work with YMSLVO’s Philanthropy Partners, boys attend and lead meetings designed to expand their knowledge and experience on civic responsibility and life skills and choices.

President Helen Bath said “YMSLVO’s impact can be seen in the work we do with our Philanthropy Partners and our network of young men taking on increased responsibility within our organization and in our community.”
Over the past year, members of the Classes of 2019 and 2020 performed over 3300 hours of service with YMSLVO’s 17 Philanthropy Partners – ranging from a transformative project at Northern Virginia Family Service to weekly opportunities to serve those in need at the Community of Faith food pantry. 

“The impact YMSVLO’s moms and sons has had on the Community of Faith has been tremendous,” said Pastor Rob Vaughn, Community of Faith.  “Each week, our clients are greeted by YMSLVO moms and boys who are ready to serve – and sort, carry, and engage – to make our food pantry a warm and welcoming experience for those in need.”
Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) is a chapter of Young Men’s Service League YMSL , a nationwide organization of 75 Chapters in 11 States representing 5783 Moms, and 5,839 Boys dedicated to partnering mothers and sons to serve their community.  With the addition of the Class of 2021, YMSLVO membership now includes 89 moms and 97 boys representing 10 area high schools.

YMSLVO will be accepting applications for the Class of 2022 beginning in January 2018.  Those interested are invited to attend a new member session; dates will be posted on the website.

Contact:Helen Bath, President
Telephone: 703-615-1341
Email: ymslvo@gmail.com
Website: www.YMSLVO.org

 

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YOUNG MEN’S SERVICE LEAGUE VIENNA-OAKTON CELEBRATES
OVER 6000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AND WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021

Vienna, VA, May 8, 2017 –Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) celebrates three years of impact through over 6,000 hours of service to assist, serve and support those in need in our community and welcomes 31 Moms and 32 boys in the Class of 2021.

YMSLVO’s focus on “Philanthropy, Education and Leadership” provides members and their sons the opportunity to volunteer in our community, improve leadership skills, and develop new life skills. In addition to the required 20 hours of philanthropy work with YMSLVO’s Philanthropy Partners, boys attend and lead meetings designed to expand their knowledge and experience on civic responsibility and life skills and choices.

President Helen Bath said “YMSLVO’s impact can be seen in the work we do with our Philanthropy Partners and our network of young men taking on increased responsibility within our organization and in our community.”
Over the past year, members of the Classes of 2019 and 2020 performed over 3300 hours of service with YMSLVO’s 17 Philanthropy Partners – ranging from a transformative project at Northern Virginia Family Service to weekly opportunities to serve those in need at the Community of Faith food pantry. 

“The impact YMSVLO’s moms and sons has had on the Community of Faith has been tremendous,” said Pastor Rob Vaughn, Community of Faith.  “Each week, our clients are greeted by YMSLVO moms and boys who are ready to serve – and sort, carry, and engage – to make our food pantry a warm and welcoming experience for those in need.”
Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) is a chapter of Young Men’s Service League YMSL , a nationwide organization of 75 Chapters in 11 States representing 5783 Moms, and 5,839 Boys dedicated to partnering mothers and sons to serve their community.  With the addition of the Class of 2021, YMSLVO membership now includes 89 moms and 97 boys representing 10 area high schools.

YMSLVO will be accepting applications for the Class of 2022 beginning in January 2018.  Those interested are invited to attend a new member session; dates will be posted on the website.

Contact:Helen Bath, President
Telephone: 703-615-1341
Email: ymslvo@gmail.com
Website: www.YMSLVO.org

 

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YOUNG MEN’S SERVICE LEAGUE VIENNA-OAKTON CELEBRATES
OVER 6000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AND WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021

Vienna, VA, May 8, 2017 –Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) celebrates three years of impact through over 6,000 hours of service to assist, serve and support those in need in our community and welcomes 31 Moms and 32 boys in the Class of 2021.

YMSLVO’s focus on “Philanthropy, Education and Leadership” provides members and their sons the opportunity to volunteer in our community, improve leadership skills, and develop new life skills. In addition to the required 20 hours of philanthropy work with YMSLVO’s Philanthropy Partners, boys attend and lead meetings designed to expand their knowledge and experience on civic responsibility and life skills and choices.

President Helen Bath said “YMSLVO’s impact can be seen in the work we do with our Philanthropy Partners and our network of young men taking on increased responsibility within our organization and in our community.”
Over the past year, members of the Classes of 2019 and 2020 performed over 3300 hours of service with YMSLVO’s 17 Philanthropy Partners – ranging from a transformative project at Northern Virginia Family Service to weekly opportunities to serve those in need at the Community of Faith food pantry. 

“The impact YMSVLO’s moms and sons has had on the Community of Faith has been tremendous,” said Pastor Rob Vaughn, Community of Faith.  “Each week, our clients are greeted by YMSLVO moms and boys who are ready to serve – and sort, carry, and engage – to make our food pantry a warm and welcoming experience for those in need.”
Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) is a chapter of Young Men’s Service League YMSL , a nationwide organization of 75 Chapters in 11 States representing 5783 Moms, and 5,839 Boys dedicated to partnering mothers and sons to serve their community.  With the addition of the Class of 2021, YMSLVO membership now includes 89 moms and 97 boys representing 10 area high schools.

YMSLVO will be accepting applications for the Class of 2022 beginning in January 2018.  Those interested are invited to attend a new member session; dates will be posted on the website.

Contact:Helen Bath, President
Telephone: 703-615-1341
Email: ymslvo@gmail.com
Website: www.YMSLVO.org

 

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YOUNG MEN’S SERVICE LEAGUE VIENNA-OAKTON CELEBRATES
OVER 6000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AND WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021

Vienna, VA, May 8, 2017 –Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) celebrates three years of impact through over 6,000 hours of service to assist, serve and support those in need in our community and welcomes 31 Moms and 32 boys in the Class of 2021.

YMSLVO’s focus on “Philanthropy, Education and Leadership” provides members and their sons the opportunity to volunteer in our community, improve leadership skills, and develop new life skills. In addition to the required 20 hours of philanthropy work with YMSLVO’s Philanthropy Partners, boys attend and lead meetings designed to expand their knowledge and experience on civic responsibility and life skills and choices.

President Helen Bath said “YMSLVO’s impact can be seen in the work we do with our Philanthropy Partners and our network of young men taking on increased responsibility within our organization and in our community.”
Over the past year, members of the Classes of 2019 and 2020 performed over 3300 hours of service with YMSLVO’s 17 Philanthropy Partners – ranging from a transformative project at Northern Virginia Family Service to weekly opportunities to serve those in need at the Community of Faith food pantry. 

“The impact YMSVLO’s moms and sons has had on the Community of Faith has been tremendous,” said Pastor Rob Vaughn, Community of Faith.  “Each week, our clients are greeted by YMSLVO moms and boys who are ready to serve – and sort, carry, and engage – to make our food pantry a warm and welcoming experience for those in need.”
Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) is a chapter of Young Men’s Service League YMSL , a nationwide organization of 75 Chapters in 11 States representing 5783 Moms, and 5,839 Boys dedicated to partnering mothers and sons to serve their community.  With the addition of the Class of 2021, YMSLVO membership now includes 89 moms and 97 boys representing 10 area high schools.

YMSLVO will be accepting applications for the Class of 2022 beginning in January 2018.  Those interested are invited to attend a new member session; dates will be posted on the website.

Contact:Helen Bath, President
Telephone: 703-615-1341
Email: ymslvo@gmail.com
Website: www.YMSLVO.org

 

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YOUNG MEN’S SERVICE LEAGUE VIENNA-OAKTON CELEBRATES
OVER 6000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AND WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021

Vienna, VA, May 8, 2017 –Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) celebrates three years of impact through over 6,000 hours of service to assist, serve and support those in need in our community and welcomes 31 Moms and 32 boys in the Class of 2021.

YMSLVO’s focus on “Philanthropy, Education and Leadership” provides members and their sons the opportunity to volunteer in our community, improve leadership skills, and develop new life skills. In addition to the required 20 hours of philanthropy work with YMSLVO’s Philanthropy Partners, boys attend and lead meetings designed to expand their knowledge and experience on civic responsibility and life skills and choices.

President Helen Bath said “YMSLVO’s impact can be seen in the work we do with our Philanthropy Partners and our network of young men taking on increased responsibility within our organization and in our community.”
Over the past year, members of the Classes of 2019 and 2020 performed over 3300 hours of service with YMSLVO’s 17 Philanthropy Partners – ranging from a transformative project at Northern Virginia Family Service to weekly opportunities to serve those in need at the Community of Faith food pantry. 

“The impact YMSVLO’s moms and sons has had on the Community of Faith has been tremendous,” said Pastor Rob Vaughn, Community of Faith.  “Each week, our clients are greeted by YMSLVO moms and boys who are ready to serve – and sort, carry, and engage – to make our food pantry a warm and welcoming experience for those in need.”
Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) is a chapter of Young Men’s Service League YMSL , a nationwide organization of 75 Chapters in 11 States representing 5783 Moms, and 5,839 Boys dedicated to partnering mothers and sons to serve their community.  With the addition of the Class of 2021, YMSLVO membership now includes 89 moms and 97 boys representing 10 area high schools.

YMSLVO will be accepting applications for the Class of 2022 beginning in January 2018.  Those interested are invited to attend a new member session; dates will be posted on the website.

Contact:Helen Bath, President
Telephone: 703-615-1341
Email: ymslvo@gmail.com
Website: www.YMSLVO.org

 

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OVER 6000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AND WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021

Vienna, VA, May 8, 2017 –Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) celebrates three years of impact through over 6,000 hours of service to assist, serve and support those in need in our community and welcomes 31 Moms and 32 boys in the Class of 2021.

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YOUNG MEN’S SERVICE LEAGUE VIENNA-OAKTON CELEBRATES
OVER 6000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AND WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021

Vienna, VA, May 8, 2017 –Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) celebrates three years of impact through over 6,000 hours of service to assist, serve and support those in need in our community and welcomes 31 Moms and 32 boys in the Class of 2021.

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OVER 6000 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AND WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021

Vienna, VA, May 8, 2017 –Young Men’s Service League Vienna-Oakton (YMSLVO) celebrates three years of impact through over 6,000 hours of service to assist, serve and support those in need in our community and welcomes 31 Moms and 32 boys in the Class of 2021.

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Centenial Chapter Seniors

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YMSL Seniors Reflect on Lessons Learned

                It is high school graduation season. A time of celebration and reflection. Did you give your kids the tools to succeed? Did you teach them your values? Did you spend enough time with them? The four years of high school fly by, especially for parents. Time is tighter than ever and school, friends and sports can take over. It isn’t easy, but building quality time into your family’s schedule can reap great rewards.

For moms and sons in Young Men’s Service League, special time together is set aside and scheduled into their high school years. YMSL’s mission is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and to provide an opportunity to enhance their mother/son relationship.

The Centennial Chapter of YMSL will see 21 young men graduating from high school, and their moms could not be prouder. The time spent volunteering together over the past four years is special not just to the moms but their sons as well. Young men often have trouble putting things into words, but we sat down with the seniors to hear them reflect on their YMSL experience.

                The boys all enjoyed the time together with their moms serving at various philanthropies like making dinner for cancer patients at the Hope Lodge, working with local youths at the Star House summer camp and playing bingo with the seniors at the Tapestry House.

                The boys also got to see another side of their moms and it changed how they viewed them.  Mack Dickie said “I saw what a great leader my Mom is.” Dalton Poole commented “My Mom is very professional.” Ted Woodsides saw “My Mom’s love for volunteering.” Ben Ash noted “I learned how enthusiastic my Mom is about helping others.” Bryan Richardson learned “My Mom is great with people of all ages.”

                The rewards were great. Avery Poteet said YMSL brought him and his Mom closer together. Tyler Capozza said it strengthened his relationship with his Mom. Alex Karwoski said “It taught me and my Mom that we work better together.”

                In the end, success can’t be measured in just the thousands of hours these moms and sons spent serving in our community, it is also the lessons learned, the bonds strengthened and the values passed down that count. Cameron Menna summed it up this way “I appreciate all the time I spent with my Mom at YMSL so much. My Mom is always trying to make everything better for others as best she can. I hope I can make the kind of impact she makes when I get older.”

Young Men's Service League is a non-profit organization that initiates and encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and provides an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships. The YMSL Centennial Chapter is one of five YMSL chapters in metro Atlanta. The chapter draws its members from the Alpharetta, Roswell and Johns Creek areas. You can learn more about YMSL at: http://www.ymslcentennial.org/  PR contact: Laura Ries lauraries@gmail.com

 2017 Seniors of the Centennial Chapter of YMSL

Back row: Blake Harrison,   Garrison Ramey ,   Klay Simpson,  Avery Poteet,  Ben Ash,  Dalton Poole

Middle row: Alex Karwoski, Will Mangurian, Luke Vollkommer, Bryan Richardson, Tyler Capozza

Front: Stefan Russell, Cole Shusted, Cameron Menna, Ted Woodsides, Mack Dickie, (standing)

Center front: Jake Wehr

Not pictured: Zack Brieck , Brandon Crews, Topher Sullivan, Kurt Bennett

 

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YMSL Seniors Reflect on Lessons Learned

                It is high school graduation season. A time of celebration and reflection. Did you give your kids the tools to succeed? Did you teach them your values? Did you spend enough time with them? The four years of high school fly by, especially for parents. Time is tighter than ever and school, friends and sports can take over. It isn’t easy, but building quality time into your family’s schedule can reap great rewards.

For moms and sons in Young Men’s Service League, special time together is set aside and scheduled into their high school years. YMSL’s mission is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and to provide an opportunity to enhance their mother/son relationship.

The Centennial Chapter of YMSL will see 21 young men graduating from high school, and their moms could not be prouder. The time spent volunteering together over the past four years is special not just to the moms but their sons as well. Young men often have trouble putting things into words, but we sat down with the seniors to hear them reflect on their YMSL experience.

                The boys all enjoyed the time together with their moms serving at various philanthropies like making dinner for cancer patients at the Hope Lodge, working with local youths at the Star House summer camp and playing bingo with the seniors at the Tapestry House.

                The boys also got to see another side of their moms and it changed how they viewed them.  Mack Dickie said “I saw what a great leader my Mom is.” Dalton Poole commented “My Mom is very professional.” Ted Woodsides saw “My Mom’s love for volunteering.” Ben Ash noted “I learned how enthusiastic my Mom is about helping others.” Bryan Richardson learned “My Mom is great with people of all ages.”

                The rewards were great. Avery Poteet said YMSL brought him and his Mom closer together. Tyler Capozza said it strengthened his relationship with his Mom. Alex Karwoski said “It taught me and my Mom that we work better together.”

                In the end, success can’t be measured in just the thousands of hours these moms and sons spent serving in our community, it is also the lessons learned, the bonds strengthened and the values passed down that count. Cameron Menna summed it up this way “I appreciate all the time I spent with my Mom at YMSL so much. My Mom is always trying to make everything better for others as best she can. I hope I can make the kind of impact she makes when I get older.”

Young Men's Service League is a non-profit organization that initiates and encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and provides an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships. The YMSL Centennial Chapter is one of five YMSL chapters in metro Atlanta. The chapter draws its members from the Alpharetta, Roswell and Johns Creek areas. You can learn more about YMSL at: http://www.ymslcentennial.org/  PR contact: Laura Ries lauraries@gmail.com

 2017 Seniors of the Centennial Chapter of YMSL

Back row: Blake Harrison,   Garrison Ramey ,   Klay Simpson,  Avery Poteet,  Ben Ash,  Dalton Poole

Middle row: Alex Karwoski, Will Mangurian, Luke Vollkommer, Bryan Richardson, Tyler Capozza

Front: Stefan Russell, Cole Shusted, Cameron Menna, Ted Woodsides, Mack Dickie, (standing)

Center front: Jake Wehr

Not pictured: Zack Brieck , Brandon Crews, Topher Sullivan, Kurt Bennett

 

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YMSL Seniors Reflect on Lessons Learned

                It is high school graduation season. A time of celebration and reflection. Did you give your kids the tools to succeed? Did you teach them your values? Did you spend enough time with them? The four years of high school fly by, especially for parents. Time is tighter than ever and school, friends and sports can take over. It isn’t easy, but building quality time into your family’s schedule can reap great rewards.

For moms and sons in Young Men’s Service League, special time together is set aside and scheduled into their high school years. YMSL’s mission is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and to provide an opportunity to enhance their mother/son relationship.

The Centennial Chapter of YMSL will see 21 young men graduating from high school, and their moms could not be prouder. The time spent volunteering together over the past four years is special not just to the moms but their sons as well. Young men often have trouble putting things into words, but we sat down with the seniors to hear them reflect on their YMSL experience.

                The boys all enjoyed the time together with their moms serving at various philanthropies like making dinner for cancer patients at the Hope Lodge, working with local youths at the Star House summer camp and playing bingo with the seniors at the Tapestry House.

                The boys also got to see another side of their moms and it changed how they viewed them.  Mack Dickie said “I saw what a great leader my Mom is.” Dalton Poole commented “My Mom is very professional.” Ted Woodsides saw “My Mom’s love for volunteering.” Ben Ash noted “I learned how enthusiastic my Mom is about helping others.” Bryan Richardson learned “My Mom is great with people of all ages.”

                The rewards were great. Avery Poteet said YMSL brought him and his Mom closer together. Tyler Capozza said it strengthened his relationship with his Mom. Alex Karwoski said “It taught me and my Mom that we work better together.”

                In the end, success can’t be measured in just the thousands of hours these moms and sons spent serving in our community, it is also the lessons learned, the bonds strengthened and the values passed down that count. Cameron Menna summed it up this way “I appreciate all the time I spent with my Mom at YMSL so much. My Mom is always trying to make everything better for others as best she can. I hope I can make the kind of impact she makes when I get older.”

Young Men's Service League is a non-profit organization that initiates and encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and provides an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships. The YMSL Centennial Chapter is one of five YMSL chapters in metro Atlanta. The chapter draws its members from the Alpharetta, Roswell and Johns Creek areas. You can learn more about YMSL at: http://www.ymslcentennial.org/  PR contact: Laura Ries lauraries@gmail.com

 2017 Seniors of the Centennial Chapter of YMSL

Back row: Blake Harrison,   Garrison Ramey ,   Klay Simpson,  Avery Poteet,  Ben Ash,  Dalton Poole

Middle row: Alex Karwoski, Will Mangurian, Luke Vollkommer, Bryan Richardson, Tyler Capozza

Front: Stefan Russell, Cole Shusted, Cameron Menna, Ted Woodsides, Mack Dickie, (standing)

Center front: Jake Wehr

Not pictured: Zack Brieck , Brandon Crews, Topher Sullivan, Kurt Bennett

 

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YMSL Seniors Reflect on Lessons Learned

                It is high school graduation season. A time of celebration and reflection. Did you give your kids the tools to succeed? Did you teach them your values? Did you spend enough time with them? The four years of high school fly by, especially for parents. Time is tighter than ever and school, friends and sports can take over. It isn’t easy, but building quality time into your family’s schedule can reap great rewards.

For moms and sons in Young Men’s Service League, special time together is set aside and scheduled into their high school years. YMSL’s mission is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and to provide an opportunity to enhance their mother/son relationship.

The Centennial Chapter of YMSL will see 21 young men graduating from high school, and their moms could not be prouder. The time spent volunteering together over the past four years is special not just to the moms but their sons as well. Young men often have trouble putting things into words, but we sat down with the seniors to hear them reflect on their YMSL experience.

                The boys all enjoyed the time together with their moms serving at various philanthropies like making dinner for cancer patients at the Hope Lodge, working with local youths at the Star House summer camp and playing bingo with the seniors at the Tapestry House.

                The boys also got to see another side of their moms and it changed how they viewed them.  Mack Dickie said “I saw what a great leader my Mom is.” Dalton Poole commented “My Mom is very professional.” Ted Woodsides saw “My Mom’s love for volunteering.” Ben Ash noted “I learned how enthusiastic my Mom is about helping others.” Bryan Richardson learned “My Mom is great with people of all ages.”

                The rewards were great. Avery Poteet said YMSL brought him and his Mom closer together. Tyler Capozza said it strengthened his relationship with his Mom. Alex Karwoski said “It taught me and my Mom that we work better together.”

                In the end, success can’t be measured in just the thousands of hours these moms and sons spent serving in our community, it is also the lessons learned, the bonds strengthened and the values passed down that count. Cameron Menna summed it up this way “I appreciate all the time I spent with my Mom at YMSL so much. My Mom is always trying to make everything better for others as best she can. I hope I can make the kind of impact she makes when I get older.”

Young Men's Service League is a non-profit organization that initiates and encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and provides an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships. The YMSL Centennial Chapter is one of five YMSL chapters in metro Atlanta. The chapter draws its members from the Alpharetta, Roswell and Johns Creek areas. You can learn more about YMSL at: http://www.ymslcentennial.org/  PR contact: Laura Ries lauraries@gmail.com

 2017 Seniors of the Centennial Chapter of YMSL

Back row: Blake Harrison,   Garrison Ramey ,   Klay Simpson,  Avery Poteet,  Ben Ash,  Dalton Poole

Middle row: Alex Karwoski, Will Mangurian, Luke Vollkommer, Bryan Richardson, Tyler Capozza

Front: Stefan Russell, Cole Shusted, Cameron Menna, Ted Woodsides, Mack Dickie, (standing)

Center front: Jake Wehr

Not pictured: Zack Brieck , Brandon Crews, Topher Sullivan, Kurt Bennett

 

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YMSL Seniors Reflect on Lessons Learned

                It is high school graduation season. A time of celebration and reflection. Did you give your kids the tools to succeed? Did you teach them your values? Did you spend enough time with them? The four years of high school fly by, especially for parents. Time is tighter than ever and school, friends and sports can take over. It isn’t easy, but building quality time into your family’s schedule can reap great rewards.

For moms and sons in Young Men’s Service League, special time together is set aside and scheduled into their high school years. YMSL’s mission is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and to provide an opportunity to enhance their mother/son relationship.

The Centennial Chapter of YMSL will see 21 young men graduating from high school, and their moms could not be prouder. The time spent volunteering together over the past four years is special not just to the moms but their sons as well. Young men often have trouble putting things into words, but we sat down with the seniors to hear them reflect on their YMSL experience.

                The boys all enjoyed the time together with their moms serving at various philanthropies like making dinner for cancer patients at the Hope Lodge, working with local youths at the Star House summer camp and playing bingo with the seniors at the Tapestry House.

                The boys also got to see another side of their moms and it changed how they viewed them.  Mack Dickie said “I saw what a great leader my Mom is.” Dalton Poole commented “My Mom is very professional.” Ted Woodsides saw “My Mom’s love for volunteering.” Ben Ash noted “I learned how enthusiastic my Mom is about helping others.” Bryan Richardson learned “My Mom is great with people of all ages.”

                The rewards were great. Avery Poteet said YMSL brought him and his Mom closer together. Tyler Capozza said it strengthened his relationship with his Mom. Alex Karwoski said “It taught me and my Mom that we work better together.”

                In the end, success can’t be measured in just the thousands of hours these moms and sons spent serving in our community, it is also the lessons learned, the bonds strengthened and the values passed down that count. Cameron Menna summed it up this way “I appreciate all the time I spent with my Mom at YMSL so much. My Mom is always trying to make everything better for others as best she can. I hope I can make the kind of impact she makes when I get older.”

Young Men's Service League is a non-profit organization that initiates and encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and provides an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships. The YMSL Centennial Chapter is one of five YMSL chapters in metro Atlanta. The chapter draws its members from the Alpharetta, Roswell and Johns Creek areas. You can learn more about YMSL at: http://www.ymslcentennial.org/  PR contact: Laura Ries lauraries@gmail.com

 2017 Seniors of the Centennial Chapter of YMSL

Back row: Blake Harrison,   Garrison Ramey ,   Klay Simpson,  Avery Poteet,  Ben Ash,  Dalton Poole

Middle row: Alex Karwoski, Will Mangurian, Luke Vollkommer, Bryan Richardson, Tyler Capozza

Front: Stefan Russell, Cole Shusted, Cameron Menna, Ted Woodsides, Mack Dickie, (standing)

Center front: Jake Wehr

Not pictured: Zack Brieck , Brandon Crews, Topher Sullivan, Kurt Bennett

 

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YMSL Seniors Reflect on Lessons Learned

                It is high school graduation season. A time of celebration and reflection. Did you give your kids the tools to succeed? Did you teach them your values? Did you spend enough time with them? The four years of high school fly by, especially for parents. Time is tighter than ever and school, friends and sports can take over. It isn’t easy, but building quality time into your family’s schedule can reap great rewards.

For moms and sons in Young Men’s Service League, special time together is set aside and scheduled into their high school years. YMSL’s mission is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and to provide an opportunity to enhance their mother/son relationship.

The Centennial Chapter of YMSL will see 21 young men graduating from high school, and their moms could not be prouder. The time spent volunteering together over the past four years is special not just to the moms but their sons as well. Young men often have trouble putting things into words, but we sat down with the seniors to hear them reflect on their YMSL experience.

                The boys all enjoyed the time together with their moms serving at various philanthropies like making dinner for cancer patients at the Hope Lodge, working with local youths at the Star House summer camp and playing bingo with the seniors at the Tapestry House.

                The boys also got to see another side of their moms and it changed how they viewed them.  Mack Dickie said “I saw what a great leader my Mom is.” Dalton Poole commented “My Mom is very professional.” Ted Woodsides saw “My Mom’s love for volunteering.” Ben Ash noted “I learned how enthusiastic my Mom is about helping others.” Bryan Richardson learned “My Mom is great with people of all ages.”

                The rewards were great. Avery Poteet said YMSL brought him and his Mom closer together. Tyler Capozza said it strengthened his relationship with his Mom. Alex Karwoski said “It taught me and my Mom that we work better together.”

                In the end, success can’t be measured in just the thousands of hours these moms and sons spent serving in our community, it is also the lessons learned, the bonds strengthened and the values passed down that count. Cameron Menna summed it up this way “I appreciate all the time I spent with my Mom at YMSL so much. My Mom is always trying to make everything better for others as best she can. I hope I can make the kind of impact she makes when I get older.”

Young Men's Service League is a non-profit organization that initiates and encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and provides an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships. The YMSL Centennial Chapter is one of five YMSL chapters in metro Atlanta. The chapter draws its members from the Alpharetta, Roswell and Johns Creek areas. You can learn more about YMSL at: http://www.ymslcentennial.org/  PR contact: Laura Ries lauraries@gmail.com

 2017 Seniors of the Centennial Chapter of YMSL

Back row: Blake Harrison,   Garrison Ramey ,   Klay Simpson,  Avery Poteet,  Ben Ash,  Dalton Poole

Middle row: Alex Karwoski, Will Mangurian, Luke Vollkommer, Bryan Richardson, Tyler Capozza

Front: Stefan Russell, Cole Shusted, Cameron Menna, Ted Woodsides, Mack Dickie, (standing)

Center front: Jake Wehr

Not pictured: Zack Brieck , Brandon Crews, Topher Sullivan, Kurt Bennett

 

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YMSL Seniors Reflect on Lessons Learned

                It is high school graduation season. A time of celebration and reflection. Did you give your kids the tools to succeed? Did you teach them your values? Did you spend enough time with them? The four years of high school fly by, especially for parents. Time is tighter than ever and school, friends and sports can take over. It isn’t easy, but building quality time into your family’s schedule can reap great rewards.

For moms and sons in Young Men’s Service League, special time together is set aside and scheduled into their high school years. YMSL’s mission is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and to provide an opportunity to enhance their mother/son relationship.

The Centennial Chapter of YMSL will see 21 young men graduating from high school, and their moms could not be prouder. The time spent volunteering together over the past four years is special not just to the moms but their sons as well. Young men often have trouble putting things into words, but we sat down with the seniors to hear them reflect on their YMSL experience.

                The boys all enjoyed the time together with their moms serving at various philanthropies like making dinner for cancer patients at the Hope Lodge, working with local youths at the Star House summer camp and playing bingo with the seniors at the Tapestry House.

                The boys also got to see another side of their moms and it changed how they viewed them.  Mack Dickie said “I saw what a great leader my Mom is.” Dalton Poole commented “My Mom is very professional.” Ted Woodsides saw “My Mom’s love for volunteering.” Ben Ash noted “I learned how enthusiastic my Mom is about helping others.” Bryan Richardson learned “My Mom is great with people of all ages.”

                The rewards were great. Avery Poteet said YMSL brought him and his Mom closer together. Tyler Capozza said it strengthened his relationship with his Mom. Alex Karwoski said “It taught me and my Mom that we work better together.”

                In the end, success can’t be measured in just the thousands of hours these moms and sons spent serving in our community, it is also the lessons learned, the bonds strengthened and the values passed down that count. Cameron Menna summed it up this way “I appreciate all the time I spent with my Mom at YMSL so much. My Mom is always trying to make everything better for others as best she can. I hope I can make the kind of impact she makes when I get older.”

Young Men's Service League is a non-profit organization that initiates and encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and provides an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships. The YMSL Centennial Chapter is one of five YMSL chapters in metro Atlanta. The chapter draws its members from the Alpharetta, Roswell and Johns Creek areas. You can learn more about YMSL at: http://www.ymslcentennial.org/  PR contact: Laura Ries lauraries@gmail.com

 2017 Seniors of the Centennial Chapter of YMSL

Back row: Blake Harrison,   Garrison Ramey ,   Klay Simpson,  Avery Poteet,  Ben Ash,  Dalton Poole

Middle row: Alex Karwoski, Will Mangurian, Luke Vollkommer, Bryan Richardson, Tyler Capozza

Front: Stefan Russell, Cole Shusted, Cameron Menna, Ted Woodsides, Mack Dickie, (standing)

Center front: Jake Wehr

Not pictured: Zack Brieck , Brandon Crews, Topher Sullivan, Kurt Bennett

 

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YMSL Seniors Reflect on Lessons Learned

                It is high school graduation season. A time of celebration and reflection. Did you give your kids the tools to succeed? Did you teach them your values? Did you spend enough time with them? The four years of high school fly by, especially for parents. Time is tighter than ever and school, friends and sports can take over. It isn’t easy, but building quality time into your family’s schedule can reap great rewards.

For moms and sons in Young Men’s Service League, special time together is set aside and scheduled into their high school years. YMSL’s mission is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and to provide an opportunity to enhance their mother/son relationship.

The Centennial Chapter of YMSL will see 21 young men graduating from high school, and their moms could not be prouder. The time spent volunteering together over the past four years is special not just to the moms but their sons as well. Young men often have trouble putting things into words, but we sat down with the seniors to hear them reflect on their YMSL experience.

                The boys all enjoyed the time together with their moms serving at various philanthropies like making dinner for cancer patients at the Hope Lodge, working with local youths at the Star House summer camp and playing bingo with the seniors at the Tapestry House.

                The boys also got to see another side of their moms and it changed how they viewed them.  Mack Dickie said “I saw what a great leader my Mom is.” Dalton Poole commented “My Mom is very professional.” Ted Woodsides saw “My Mom’s love for volunteering.” Ben Ash noted “I learned how enthusiastic my Mom is about helping others.” Bryan Richardson learned “My Mom is great with people of all ages.”

                The rewards were great. Avery Poteet said YMSL brought him and his Mom closer together. Tyler Capozza said it strengthened his relationship with his Mom. Alex Karwoski said “It taught me and my Mom that we work better together.”

                In the end, success can’t be measured in just the thousands of hours these moms and sons spent serving in our community, it is also the lessons learned, the bonds strengthened and the values passed down that count. Cameron Menna summed it up this way “I appreciate all the time I spent with my Mom at YMSL so much. My Mom is always trying to make everything better for others as best she can. I hope I can make the kind of impact she makes when I get older.”

Young Men's Service League is a non-profit organization that initiates and encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and provides an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships. The YMSL Centennial Chapter is one of five YMSL chapters in metro Atlanta. The chapter draws its members from the Alpharetta, Roswell and Johns Creek areas. You can learn more about YMSL at: http://www.ymslcentennial.org/  PR contact: Laura Ries lauraries@gmail.com

 2017 Seniors of the Centennial Chapter of YMSL

Back row: Blake Harrison,   Garrison Ramey ,   Klay Simpson,  Avery Poteet,  Ben Ash,  Dalton Poole

Middle row: Alex Karwoski, Will Mangurian, Luke Vollkommer, Bryan Richardson, Tyler Capozza

Front: Stefan Russell, Cole Shusted, Cameron Menna, Ted Woodsides, Mack Dickie, (standing)

Center front: Jake Wehr

Not pictured: Zack Brieck , Brandon Crews, Topher Sullivan, Kurt Bennett

 

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North Dallas and Dal-Rich Chapters Honored

Wed, 05/17/2017 - 11:38 -- Heidi Holguin

The RISD Council of PTAs awarded the North Dallas and Dal-Rich YMSL chapters the Golden Heart award.  This award is presented to individuals and groups that show unprecedented and continuing service that reflects the purposes of PTA and makes a positive change in the lives of students within the RISD Community.  The PTA specifically recognized our chapters' significant and ongoing contribution to the RISD Council of PTAs Book Fair, which raises money for scholarships.

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Congrats Pacesetter Chapter!

Wed, 05/17/2017 - 11:21 -- Heidi Holguin

The YMSL Pacesetter Chapter received the 2016 Outstanding Citizenship Award from the Town of Flower Mound. Way to go moms and sons for your continued dedication and service to your community!  Their efforts were recognized and the award presented at a Town Council meeting.

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The YMSL Pacesetter Chapter received the 2016 Outstanding Citizenship Award from the Town of Flower Mound. Way to go moms and sons for your continued dedication and service to your community!  Their efforts were recognized and the award presented at a Town Council meeting.


Additionally. YMSL Pacesetter was honored  by DCFOF, one of their Philanthropies. YMSL was chosen for induction as a Purple Partner for Denton County Friends of the Family. This induction is to honor the support and generosity YMSL has shown to DCFOF through dedicating their time and resources to support our numerous programs and projects. YMSL has shown hard work, dedication, and a commitment to promoting safety, healing, and prevention from domestic violence in our community.

 

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Additionally. YMSL Pacesetter was honored  by DCFOF, one of their Philanthropies. YMSL was chosen for induction as a Purple Partner for Denton County Friends of the Family. This induction is to honor the support and generosity YMSL has shown to DCFOF through dedicating their time and resources to support our numerous programs and projects. YMSL has shown hard work, dedication, and a commitment to promoting safety, healing, and prevention from domestic violence in our community.

 

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Additionally. YMSL Pacesetter was honored  by DCFOF, one of their Philanthropies. YMSL was chosen for induction as a Purple Partner for Denton County Friends of the Family. This induction is to honor the support and generosity YMSL has shown to DCFOF through dedicating their time and resources to support our numerous programs and projects. YMSL has shown hard work, dedication, and a commitment to promoting safety, healing, and prevention from domestic violence in our community.

 

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Additionally. YMSL Pacesetter was honored  by DCFOF, one of their Philanthropies. YMSL was chosen for induction as a Purple Partner for Denton County Friends of the Family. This induction is to honor the support and generosity YMSL has shown to DCFOF through dedicating their time and resources to support our numerous programs and projects. YMSL has shown hard work, dedication, and a commitment to promoting safety, healing, and prevention from domestic violence in our community.

 

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Additionally. YMSL Pacesetter was honored  by DCFOF, one of their Philanthropies. YMSL was chosen for induction as a Purple Partner for Denton County Friends of the Family. This induction is to honor the support and generosity YMSL has shown to DCFOF through dedicating their time and resources to support our numerous programs and projects. YMSL has shown hard work, dedication, and a commitment to promoting safety, healing, and prevention from domestic violence in our community.

 

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Additionally. YMSL Pacesetter was honored  by DCFOF, one of their Philanthropies. YMSL was chosen for induction as a Purple Partner for Denton County Friends of the Family. This induction is to honor the support and generosity YMSL has shown to DCFOF through dedicating their time and resources to support our numerous programs and projects. YMSL has shown hard work, dedication, and a commitment to promoting safety, healing, and prevention from domestic violence in our community.

 

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The YMSL Pacesetter Chapter received the 2016 Outstanding Citizenship Award from the Town of Flower Mound. Way to go moms and sons for your continued dedication and service to your community!  Their efforts were recognized and the award presented at a Town Council meeting.

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The YMSL Pacesetter Chapter received the 2016 Outstanding Citizenship Award from the Town of Flower Mound. Way to go moms and sons for your continued dedication and service to your community!  Their efforts were recognized and the award presented at a Town Council meeting.

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The YMSL Pacesetter Chapter received the 2016 Outstanding Citizenship Award from the Town of Flower Mound. Way to go moms and sons for your continued dedication and service to your community!  Their efforts were recognized and the award presented at a Town Council meeting.

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