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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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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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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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Cities by the Lake Chapter Recruiting Now

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Westlake Chapter

Tue, 01/31/2017 - 09:28 -- Heidi Holguin

The Westlake chapter of the Young Men’s Service League has been active for less than a year yet its 140 members have already donated almost 2,000 hours of volunteer hours to the Austin community.

The nonprofit service organization is made up of mothers and their sons. The purpose is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community while at the same time, provide an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships.

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The Westlake chapter of the Young Men’s Service League has been active for less than a year yet its 140 members have already donated almost 2,000 hours of volunteer hours to the Austin community.

The nonprofit service organization is made up of mothers and their sons. The purpose is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community while at the same time, provide an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships.

The national organization includes dozens of community chapters across the United States. The Westlake chapter is the ninth and newest to the Austin area. Its members are divided equally between the 2019 and 2020 classes and most of the boys attend Westlake High School and other nearby schools.

The organization hosts a charity calendar where members can sign up for volunteer opportunities from approximately 24 area philanthropies, such as the Capital Area Food Bank and Sunshine Camps, The Trail Foundation and The Ronald McDonald House. Both mothers and sons are required to complete a minimum of 20 approved philanthropy hours per year and most of these are accomplished as a team. They must also attend monthly meetings and hold various leadership positions within their chapter.

“It’s not always easy to find volunteer opportunities you can do with your kids,” said Diane Anderson, a member mom at Westlake YMSL. “YMSL has relationships with many organizations who carefully select tasks that we can do together and are age appropriate. It’s a beautiful thing to see your teenage son giving back to the community and even better to be able to serve side by side.”

The tasks these members take on range from sorting food and clothing for several organizations to greeting Honor Flight veterans at the airport, preparing and delivering meals for Mobile Loaves and Fishes and working at various children’s camps.

Clay Buckner, a Westlake YMSL member, recalls a memorable experience was helping out at Camp Mabry.

“We helped clean off some of the old tanks and Jeeps the camp has as a part of their museum,” Buckner said. “It was just so cool being able to climb on and see this equipment close up. Normally, I don’t like cleaning but I felt it was a way to give back to the men and women who have done so much for our country, safety and way of life.”

For more information on the chapter, its requirements and membership, contact Margo Sbrocco at margo@teamings.com and visit mslnational.org.

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The Westlake chapter of the Young Men’s Service League has been active for less than a year yet its 140 members have already donated almost 2,000 hours of volunteer hours to the Austin community.

The nonprofit service organization is made up of mothers and their sons. The purpose is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community while at the same time, provide an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships.

The national organization includes dozens of community chapters across the United States. The Westlake chapter is the ninth and newest to the Austin area. Its members are divided equally between the 2019 and 2020 classes and most of the boys attend Westlake High School and other nearby schools.

The organization hosts a charity calendar where members can sign up for volunteer opportunities from approximately 24 area philanthropies, such as the Capital Area Food Bank and Sunshine Camps, The Trail Foundation and The Ronald McDonald House. Both mothers and sons are required to complete a minimum of 20 approved philanthropy hours per year and most of these are accomplished as a team. They must also attend monthly meetings and hold various leadership positions within their chapter.

“It’s not always easy to find volunteer opportunities you can do with your kids,” said Diane Anderson, a member mom at Westlake YMSL. “YMSL has relationships with many organizations who carefully select tasks that we can do together and are age appropriate. It’s a beautiful thing to see your teenage son giving back to the community and even better to be able to serve side by side.”

The tasks these members take on range from sorting food and clothing for several organizations to greeting Honor Flight veterans at the airport, preparing and delivering meals for Mobile Loaves and Fishes and working at various children’s camps.

Clay Buckner, a Westlake YMSL member, recalls a memorable experience was helping out at Camp Mabry.

“We helped clean off some of the old tanks and Jeeps the camp has as a part of their museum,” Buckner said. “It was just so cool being able to climb on and see this equipment close up. Normally, I don’t like cleaning but I felt it was a way to give back to the men and women who have done so much for our country, safety and way of life.”

For more information on the chapter, its requirements and membership, contact Margo Sbrocco at margo@teamings.com and visit mslnational.org.

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The Westlake chapter of the Young Men’s Service League has been active for less than a year yet its 140 members have already donated almost 2,000 hours of volunteer hours to the Austin community.

The nonprofit service organization is made up of mothers and their sons. The purpose is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community while at the same time, provide an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships.

The national organization includes dozens of community chapters across the United States. The Westlake chapter is the ninth and newest to the Austin area. Its members are divided equally between the 2019 and 2020 classes and most of the boys attend Westlake High School and other nearby schools.

The organization hosts a charity calendar where members can sign up for volunteer opportunities from approximately 24 area philanthropies, such as the Capital Area Food Bank and Sunshine Camps, The Trail Foundation and The Ronald McDonald House. Both mothers and sons are required to complete a minimum of 20 approved philanthropy hours per year and most of these are accomplished as a team. They must also attend monthly meetings and hold various leadership positions within their chapter.

“It’s not always easy to find volunteer opportunities you can do with your kids,” said Diane Anderson, a member mom at Westlake YMSL. “YMSL has relationships with many organizations who carefully select tasks that we can do together and are age appropriate. It’s a beautiful thing to see your teenage son giving back to the community and even better to be able to serve side by side.”

The tasks these members take on range from sorting food and clothing for several organizations to greeting Honor Flight veterans at the airport, preparing and delivering meals for Mobile Loaves and Fishes and working at various children’s camps.

Clay Buckner, a Westlake YMSL member, recalls a memorable experience was helping out at Camp Mabry.

“We helped clean off some of the old tanks and Jeeps the camp has as a part of their museum,” Buckner said. “It was just so cool being able to climb on and see this equipment close up. Normally, I don’t like cleaning but I felt it was a way to give back to the men and women who have done so much for our country, safety and way of life.”

For more information on the chapter, its requirements and membership, contact Margo Sbrocco at margo@teamings.com and visit mslnational.org.

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The nonprofit service organization is made up of mothers and their sons. The purpose is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community while at the same time, provide an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships.

The national organization includes dozens of community chapters across the United States. The Westlake chapter is the ninth and newest to the Austin area. Its members are divided equally between the 2019 and 2020 classes and most of the boys attend Westlake High School and other nearby schools.

The organization hosts a charity calendar where members can sign up for volunteer opportunities from approximately 24 area philanthropies, such as the Capital Area Food Bank and Sunshine Camps, The Trail Foundation and The Ronald McDonald House. Both mothers and sons are required to complete a minimum of 20 approved philanthropy hours per year and most of these are accomplished as a team. They must also attend monthly meetings and hold various leadership positions within their chapter.

“It’s not always easy to find volunteer opportunities you can do with your kids,” said Diane Anderson, a member mom at Westlake YMSL. “YMSL has relationships with many organizations who carefully select tasks that we can do together and are age appropriate. It’s a beautiful thing to see your teenage son giving back to the community and even better to be able to serve side by side.”

The tasks these members take on range from sorting food and clothing for several organizations to greeting Honor Flight veterans at the airport, preparing and delivering meals for Mobile Loaves and Fishes and working at various children’s camps.

Clay Buckner, a Westlake YMSL member, recalls a memorable experience was helping out at Camp Mabry.

“We helped clean off some of the old tanks and Jeeps the camp has as a part of their museum,” Buckner said. “It was just so cool being able to climb on and see this equipment close up. Normally, I don’t like cleaning but I felt it was a way to give back to the men and women who have done so much for our country, safety and way of life.”

For more information on the chapter, its requirements and membership, contact Margo Sbrocco at margo@teamings.com and visit mslnational.org.

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The Westlake chapter of the Young Men’s Service League has been active for less than a year yet its 140 members have already donated almost 2,000 hours of volunteer hours to the Austin community.

The nonprofit service organization is made up of mothers and their sons. The purpose is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community while at the same time, provide an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships.

The national organization includes dozens of community chapters across the United States. The Westlake chapter is the ninth and newest to the Austin area. Its members are divided equally between the 2019 and 2020 classes and most of the boys attend Westlake High School and other nearby schools.

The organization hosts a charity calendar where members can sign up for volunteer opportunities from approximately 24 area philanthropies, such as the Capital Area Food Bank and Sunshine Camps, The Trail Foundation and The Ronald McDonald House. Both mothers and sons are required to complete a minimum of 20 approved philanthropy hours per year and most of these are accomplished as a team. They must also attend monthly meetings and hold various leadership positions within their chapter.

“It’s not always easy to find volunteer opportunities you can do with your kids,” said Diane Anderson, a member mom at Westlake YMSL. “YMSL has relationships with many organizations who carefully select tasks that we can do together and are age appropriate. It’s a beautiful thing to see your teenage son giving back to the community and even better to be able to serve side by side.”

The tasks these members take on range from sorting food and clothing for several organizations to greeting Honor Flight veterans at the airport, preparing and delivering meals for Mobile Loaves and Fishes and working at various children’s camps.

Clay Buckner, a Westlake YMSL member, recalls a memorable experience was helping out at Camp Mabry.

“We helped clean off some of the old tanks and Jeeps the camp has as a part of their museum,” Buckner said. “It was just so cool being able to climb on and see this equipment close up. Normally, I don’t like cleaning but I felt it was a way to give back to the men and women who have done so much for our country, safety and way of life.”

For more information on the chapter, its requirements and membership, contact Margo Sbrocco at margo@teamings.com and visit mslnational.org.

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The Westlake chapter of the Young Men’s Service League has been active for less than a year yet its 140 members have already donated almost 2,000 hours of volunteer hours to the Austin community.

The nonprofit service organization is made up of mothers and their sons. The purpose is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community while at the same time, provide an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships.

The national organization includes dozens of community chapters across the United States. The Westlake chapter is the ninth and newest to the Austin area. Its members are divided equally between the 2019 and 2020 classes and most of the boys attend Westlake High School and other nearby schools.

The organization hosts a charity calendar where members can sign up for volunteer opportunities from approximately 24 area philanthropies, such as the Capital Area Food Bank and Sunshine Camps, The Trail Foundation and The Ronald McDonald House. Both mothers and sons are required to complete a minimum of 20 approved philanthropy hours per year and most of these are accomplished as a team. They must also attend monthly meetings and hold various leadership positions within their chapter.

“It’s not always easy to find volunteer opportunities you can do with your kids,” said Diane Anderson, a member mom at Westlake YMSL. “YMSL has relationships with many organizations who carefully select tasks that we can do together and are age appropriate. It’s a beautiful thing to see your teenage son giving back to the community and even better to be able to serve side by side.”

The tasks these members take on range from sorting food and clothing for several organizations to greeting Honor Flight veterans at the airport, preparing and delivering meals for Mobile Loaves and Fishes and working at various children’s camps.

Clay Buckner, a Westlake YMSL member, recalls a memorable experience was helping out at Camp Mabry.

“We helped clean off some of the old tanks and Jeeps the camp has as a part of their museum,” Buckner said. “It was just so cool being able to climb on and see this equipment close up. Normally, I don’t like cleaning but I felt it was a way to give back to the men and women who have done so much for our country, safety and way of life.”

For more information on the chapter, its requirements and membership, contact Margo Sbrocco at margo@teamings.com and visit mslnational.org.

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The Westlake chapter of the Young Men’s Service League has been active for less than a year yet its 140 members have already donated almost 2,000 hours of volunteer hours to the Austin community.

The nonprofit service organization is made up of mothers and their sons. The purpose is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community while at the same time, provide an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships.

The national organization includes dozens of community chapters across the United States. The Westlake chapter is the ninth and newest to the Austin area. Its members are divided equally between the 2019 and 2020 classes and most of the boys attend Westlake High School and other nearby schools.

The organization hosts a charity calendar where members can sign up for volunteer opportunities from approximately 24 area philanthropies, such as the Capital Area Food Bank and Sunshine Camps, The Trail Foundation and The Ronald McDonald House. Both mothers and sons are required to complete a minimum of 20 approved philanthropy hours per year and most of these are accomplished as a team. They must also attend monthly meetings and hold various leadership positions within their chapter.

“It’s not always easy to find volunteer opportunities you can do with your kids,” said Diane Anderson, a member mom at Westlake YMSL. “YMSL has relationships with many organizations who carefully select tasks that we can do together and are age appropriate. It’s a beautiful thing to see your teenage son giving back to the community and even better to be able to serve side by side.”

The tasks these members take on range from sorting food and clothing for several organizations to greeting Honor Flight veterans at the airport, preparing and delivering meals for Mobile Loaves and Fishes and working at various children’s camps.

Clay Buckner, a Westlake YMSL member, recalls a memorable experience was helping out at Camp Mabry.

“We helped clean off some of the old tanks and Jeeps the camp has as a part of their museum,” Buckner said. “It was just so cool being able to climb on and see this equipment close up. Normally, I don’t like cleaning but I felt it was a way to give back to the men and women who have done so much for our country, safety and way of life.”

For more information on the chapter, its requirements and membership, contact Margo Sbrocco at margo@teamings.com and visit mslnational.org.

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The nonprofit service organization is made up of mothers and their sons. The purpose is to initiate and encourage young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community while at the same time, provide an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships.

The national organization includes dozens of community chapters across the United States. The Westlake chapter is the ninth and newest to the Austin area. Its members are divided equally between the 2019 and 2020 classes and most of the boys attend Westlake High School and other nearby schools.

The organization hosts a charity calendar where members can sign up for volunteer opportunities from approximately 24 area philanthropies, such as the Capital Area Food Bank and Sunshine Camps, The Trail Foundation and The Ronald McDonald House. Both mothers and sons are required to complete a minimum of 20 approved philanthropy hours per year and most of these are accomplished as a team. They must also attend monthly meetings and hold various leadership positions within their chapter.

“It’s not always easy to find volunteer opportunities you can do with your kids,” said Diane Anderson, a member mom at Westlake YMSL. “YMSL has relationships with many organizations who carefully select tasks that we can do together and are age appropriate. It’s a beautiful thing to see your teenage son giving back to the community and even better to be able to serve side by side.”

The tasks these members take on range from sorting food and clothing for several organizations to greeting Honor Flight veterans at the airport, preparing and delivering meals for Mobile Loaves and Fishes and working at various children’s camps.

Clay Buckner, a Westlake YMSL member, recalls a memorable experience was helping out at Camp Mabry.

“We helped clean off some of the old tanks and Jeeps the camp has as a part of their museum,” Buckner said. “It was just so cool being able to climb on and see this equipment close up. Normally, I don’t like cleaning but I felt it was a way to give back to the men and women who have done so much for our country, safety and way of life.”

For more information on the chapter, its requirements and membership, contact Margo Sbrocco at margo@teamings.com and visit mslnational.org.

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Centenial Chapter Patriots Day Experience

Sun, 01/29/2017 - 16:53 -- Heidi Holguin

The Centennial Chapter recently participated in a mother/son outing to watch the movie Patriot's Day. Prior to the movie, the boys had the privilege of viewing a pre taped video of five responders from the Beverly, Massachusetts Fire Department. They have been serving at the marathon since 2002 and were present on April 15th, 2013 when the bombings occurred.

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