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Crystal Springs Chapter Completes 1st Ultimate Gift

Wed, 08/31/2016 - 12:52 -- Heidi Holguin

The Crystal Springs YMSL (Young Men’s Service League) https://ymslcrystalsprings.chapterweb.net/c_default.aspx had a great philanthropy day helping The HEAL Project http://thehealproject.nationbuilder.com/ at Hatch Elementary School HMB on Saturday, August 27th, 2016.

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Fort Collins bonds on Horsetooth Rock

Wed, 08/24/2016 - 14:00 -- Heidi Holguin

Fort Collins YMSL Chapter recently (Aug.14th) did a hike up Horsetooth Rock.  This served as a boys meeting as well as a bonding activity so the boys could get to know each other.  We had a guide accompany them that discussed trail safety and etiquette along the way.  Amazingly, the guide managed to keep up with our boys!  Many of our moms tagged along as well.  Horsetooth Rock is a popular Hike in Fort Collins, the rock is just west of town and from the top all of Fort Collins is visible on a clear day.

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Centennial Chapter Moms & Sons Support NFCC’s Back-to-School Event

Tue, 08/16/2016 - 22:33 -- Heidi Holguin

Every child deserves to start school with the tools they need to succeed academically. However, the average cost of a sturdy backpack filled with school supplies is $79, according to the Huntington Backpack Survey. North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) annual Back-to-School event helps local children to succeed in school by providing brand new free backpacks filled with school supplies to struggling families. This year with the help of over 220 volunteers, NFCC provided 921 backpacks filled with school supplies to 400 families.

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Every child deserves to start school with the tools they need to succeed academically. However, the average cost of a sturdy backpack filled with school supplies is $79, according to the Huntington Backpack Survey. North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) annual Back-to-School event helps local children to succeed in school by providing brand new free backpacks filled with school supplies to struggling families. This year with the help of over 220 volunteers, NFCC provided 921 backpacks filled with school supplies to 400 families.

The Centennial Chapter of YMSL volunteered at NFCC on August 4 to help in the huge task of unloading and sorting all of these generous donations from our community. Getting ready for school is an exciting time for Mothers and Sons alike, but when you can’t provide the tools your kids need and deserve it is heartbreaking. Working together on a project like this delivers huge rewards not just for the kids who get the new backpacks and supplies but for the many volunteers who pack love into each and every one.

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The Centennial Chapter of YMSL volunteered at NFCC on August 4 to help in the huge task of unloading and sorting all of these generous donations from our community. Getting ready for school is an exciting time for Mothers and Sons alike, but when you can’t provide the tools your kids need and deserve it is heartbreaking. Working together on a project like this delivers huge rewards not just for the kids who get the new backpacks and supplies but for the many volunteers who pack love into each and every one.

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The Centennial Chapter of YMSL volunteered at NFCC on August 4 to help in the huge task of unloading and sorting all of these generous donations from our community. Getting ready for school is an exciting time for Mothers and Sons alike, but when you can’t provide the tools your kids need and deserve it is heartbreaking. Working together on a project like this delivers huge rewards not just for the kids who get the new backpacks and supplies but for the many volunteers who pack love into each and every one.

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The Centennial Chapter of YMSL volunteered at NFCC on August 4 to help in the huge task of unloading and sorting all of these generous donations from our community. Getting ready for school is an exciting time for Mothers and Sons alike, but when you can’t provide the tools your kids need and deserve it is heartbreaking. Working together on a project like this delivers huge rewards not just for the kids who get the new backpacks and supplies but for the many volunteers who pack love into each and every one.

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The Centennial Chapter of YMSL volunteered at NFCC on August 4 to help in the huge task of unloading and sorting all of these generous donations from our community. Getting ready for school is an exciting time for Mothers and Sons alike, but when you can’t provide the tools your kids need and deserve it is heartbreaking. Working together on a project like this delivers huge rewards not just for the kids who get the new backpacks and supplies but for the many volunteers who pack love into each and every one.

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The Centennial Chapter of YMSL volunteered at NFCC on August 4 to help in the huge task of unloading and sorting all of these generous donations from our community. Getting ready for school is an exciting time for Mothers and Sons alike, but when you can’t provide the tools your kids need and deserve it is heartbreaking. Working together on a project like this delivers huge rewards not just for the kids who get the new backpacks and supplies but for the many volunteers who pack love into each and every one.

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The Centennial Chapter of YMSL volunteered at NFCC on August 4 to help in the huge task of unloading and sorting all of these generous donations from our community. Getting ready for school is an exciting time for Mothers and Sons alike, but when you can’t provide the tools your kids need and deserve it is heartbreaking. Working together on a project like this delivers huge rewards not just for the kids who get the new backpacks and supplies but for the many volunteers who pack love into each and every one.

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The Centennial Chapter of YMSL volunteered at NFCC on August 4 to help in the huge task of unloading and sorting all of these generous donations from our community. Getting ready for school is an exciting time for Mothers and Sons alike, but when you can’t provide the tools your kids need and deserve it is heartbreaking. Working together on a project like this delivers huge rewards not just for the kids who get the new backpacks and supplies but for the many volunteers who pack love into each and every one.

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Heroes Night Out - Cedar Park Chapter

Wed, 07/20/2016 - 09:55 -- Heidi Holguin

Thank you to Lori Fisk for sharing the following YMSL Service experience:

YMSL Cedar Park, Lori & Jack Fisk

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Thank you to Lori Fisk for sharing the following YMSL Service experience:

YMSL Cedar Park, Lori & Jack Fisk

Jack and I had the opportunity to serve dinner to our Veteran’s and their families at “Heroes Night Out.” Heroes Night Out Founders, Wes and Judy Pierce focus on family friendly events, which are free to Veterans and their families. These no cost events are the heart of the organization. This is where Veterans may come for the first time to get a feel for the organization and begin connecting with other Heroes.

I found this service experience impactful and meaningful. It was rewarding to serve and give back to others that have already given so much and positive way to end a long week. As the boys served drinks and dinner, I took the opportunity to make my rounds and sit down with a few families and hear their stories.

I met Udo Dussling who took photos during the evening as a way to give back. He shared that he has made 52 trips around the world and has over 60,000 photos capturing his life experiences while serving. We were introduced to a HNO newcomer that served in World War II as well as a Vietnam Veteran who served as an POW Officer during his tenure and oversaw more than 20,000 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army Prisoners of War.

In closing, it was a wonderful experience and offered a unique opportunity to make that “human connection,” with our Veteran’s and their families. I look forward to serving again at HNO and taking advantage to meet, connect and hear more stories from our Heroes.

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Thank you to Lori Fisk for sharing the following YMSL Service experience:

YMSL Cedar Park, Lori & Jack Fisk

Jack and I had the opportunity to serve dinner to our Veteran’s and their families at “Heroes Night Out.” Heroes Night Out Founders, Wes and Judy Pierce focus on family friendly events, which are free to Veterans and their families. These no cost events are the heart of the organization. This is where Veterans may come for the first time to get a feel for the organization and begin connecting with other Heroes.

I found this service experience impactful and meaningful. It was rewarding to serve and give back to others that have already given so much and positive way to end a long week. As the boys served drinks and dinner, I took the opportunity to make my rounds and sit down with a few families and hear their stories.

I met Udo Dussling who took photos during the evening as a way to give back. He shared that he has made 52 trips around the world and has over 60,000 photos capturing his life experiences while serving. We were introduced to a HNO newcomer that served in World War II as well as a Vietnam Veteran who served as an POW Officer during his tenure and oversaw more than 20,000 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army Prisoners of War.

In closing, it was a wonderful experience and offered a unique opportunity to make that “human connection,” with our Veteran’s and their families. I look forward to serving again at HNO and taking advantage to meet, connect and hear more stories from our Heroes.

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Thank you to Lori Fisk for sharing the following YMSL Service experience:

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Jack and I had the opportunity to serve dinner to our Veteran’s and their families at “Heroes Night Out.” Heroes Night Out Founders, Wes and Judy Pierce focus on family friendly events, which are free to Veterans and their families. These no cost events are the heart of the organization. This is where Veterans may come for the first time to get a feel for the organization and begin connecting with other Heroes.

I found this service experience impactful and meaningful. It was rewarding to serve and give back to others that have already given so much and positive way to end a long week. As the boys served drinks and dinner, I took the opportunity to make my rounds and sit down with a few families and hear their stories.

I met Udo Dussling who took photos during the evening as a way to give back. He shared that he has made 52 trips around the world and has over 60,000 photos capturing his life experiences while serving. We were introduced to a HNO newcomer that served in World War II as well as a Vietnam Veteran who served as an POW Officer during his tenure and oversaw more than 20,000 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army Prisoners of War.

In closing, it was a wonderful experience and offered a unique opportunity to make that “human connection,” with our Veteran’s and their families. I look forward to serving again at HNO and taking advantage to meet, connect and hear more stories from our Heroes.

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Thank you to Lori Fisk for sharing the following YMSL Service experience:

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I found this service experience impactful and meaningful. It was rewarding to serve and give back to others that have already given so much and positive way to end a long week. As the boys served drinks and dinner, I took the opportunity to make my rounds and sit down with a few families and hear their stories.

I met Udo Dussling who took photos during the evening as a way to give back. He shared that he has made 52 trips around the world and has over 60,000 photos capturing his life experiences while serving. We were introduced to a HNO newcomer that served in World War II as well as a Vietnam Veteran who served as an POW Officer during his tenure and oversaw more than 20,000 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army Prisoners of War.

In closing, it was a wonderful experience and offered a unique opportunity to make that “human connection,” with our Veteran’s and their families. I look forward to serving again at HNO and taking advantage to meet, connect and hear more stories from our Heroes.

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Thank you to Lori Fisk for sharing the following YMSL Service experience:

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Jack and I had the opportunity to serve dinner to our Veteran’s and their families at “Heroes Night Out.” Heroes Night Out Founders, Wes and Judy Pierce focus on family friendly events, which are free to Veterans and their families. These no cost events are the heart of the organization. This is where Veterans may come for the first time to get a feel for the organization and begin connecting with other Heroes.

I found this service experience impactful and meaningful. It was rewarding to serve and give back to others that have already given so much and positive way to end a long week. As the boys served drinks and dinner, I took the opportunity to make my rounds and sit down with a few families and hear their stories.

I met Udo Dussling who took photos during the evening as a way to give back. He shared that he has made 52 trips around the world and has over 60,000 photos capturing his life experiences while serving. We were introduced to a HNO newcomer that served in World War II as well as a Vietnam Veteran who served as an POW Officer during his tenure and oversaw more than 20,000 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army Prisoners of War.

In closing, it was a wonderful experience and offered a unique opportunity to make that “human connection,” with our Veteran’s and their families. I look forward to serving again at HNO and taking advantage to meet, connect and hear more stories from our Heroes.

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I found this service experience impactful and meaningful. It was rewarding to serve and give back to others that have already given so much and positive way to end a long week. As the boys served drinks and dinner, I took the opportunity to make my rounds and sit down with a few families and hear their stories.

I met Udo Dussling who took photos during the evening as a way to give back. He shared that he has made 52 trips around the world and has over 60,000 photos capturing his life experiences while serving. We were introduced to a HNO newcomer that served in World War II as well as a Vietnam Veteran who served as an POW Officer during his tenure and oversaw more than 20,000 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army Prisoners of War.

In closing, it was a wonderful experience and offered a unique opportunity to make that “human connection,” with our Veteran’s and their families. I look forward to serving again at HNO and taking advantage to meet, connect and hear more stories from our Heroes.

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Thank you to Lori Fisk for sharing the following YMSL Service experience:

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I found this service experience impactful and meaningful. It was rewarding to serve and give back to others that have already given so much and positive way to end a long week. As the boys served drinks and dinner, I took the opportunity to make my rounds and sit down with a few families and hear their stories.

I met Udo Dussling who took photos during the evening as a way to give back. He shared that he has made 52 trips around the world and has over 60,000 photos capturing his life experiences while serving. We were introduced to a HNO newcomer that served in World War II as well as a Vietnam Veteran who served as an POW Officer during his tenure and oversaw more than 20,000 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army Prisoners of War.

In closing, it was a wonderful experience and offered a unique opportunity to make that “human connection,” with our Veteran’s and their families. I look forward to serving again at HNO and taking advantage to meet, connect and hear more stories from our Heroes.

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Thank you to Lori Fisk for sharing the following YMSL Service experience:

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Jack and I had the opportunity to serve dinner to our Veteran’s and their families at “Heroes Night Out.” Heroes Night Out Founders, Wes and Judy Pierce focus on family friendly events, which are free to Veterans and their families. These no cost events are the heart of the organization. This is where Veterans may come for the first time to get a feel for the organization and begin connecting with other Heroes.

I found this service experience impactful and meaningful. It was rewarding to serve and give back to others that have already given so much and positive way to end a long week. As the boys served drinks and dinner, I took the opportunity to make my rounds and sit down with a few families and hear their stories.

I met Udo Dussling who took photos during the evening as a way to give back. He shared that he has made 52 trips around the world and has over 60,000 photos capturing his life experiences while serving. We were introduced to a HNO newcomer that served in World War II as well as a Vietnam Veteran who served as an POW Officer during his tenure and oversaw more than 20,000 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army Prisoners of War.

In closing, it was a wonderful experience and offered a unique opportunity to make that “human connection,” with our Veteran’s and their families. I look forward to serving again at HNO and taking advantage to meet, connect and hear more stories from our Heroes.

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Coppell Chapter "Boot Camp"

Tue, 07/19/2016 - 21:40 -- Heidi Holguin
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Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) Coppell welcomed new members recently.  These members of the Class of 2020 attended a Boot Camp to introduce them to YMSL.  During the Boot Camp, the boys got to know each other and learn more about YMSL and their specific duties and responsibilities.  “I think YMSL is a great program.  I enjoy volunteering with my mom and brother, David.  I also like the fact that we are benefiting others in need,” said Nick Lucas an incoming member.  During the Boot Camp, several current members shared their favorite YMSL philanthropy experiences and demonstrated how a typical YMSL boys meeting is run.  “Boot Camp gave me an idea of the different jobs in YMSL and how it all works.  Both of my older brothers have done YMSL and enjoyed the jobs once all was done.  It is kind of neat I get to do this with my mom too,” said incoming member, Sam Kelly.  Sam went on to say, “YMSL is a chance to learn more about non-profits in the Dallas area and how we all can help.  I have volunteered at Stew Pot.  It showed me how the homeless really are not that different from me. “

YMSL 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.  To learn more about YMSL Coppell, go to https://ymslcoppell.chapterweb.net

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YMSL 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.  To learn more about YMSL Coppell, go to https://ymslcoppell.chapterweb.net

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YMSL 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.  To learn more about YMSL Coppell, go to https://ymslcoppell.chapterweb.net

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YMSL 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.  To learn more about YMSL Coppell, go to https://ymslcoppell.chapterweb.net

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YMSL 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.  To learn more about YMSL Coppell, go to https://ymslcoppell.chapterweb.net

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YMSL 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.  To learn more about YMSL Coppell, go to https://ymslcoppell.chapterweb.net

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Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) Coppell welcomed new members recently.  These members of the Class of 2020 attended a Boot Camp to introduce them to YMSL.  During the Boot Camp, the boys got to know each other and learn more about YMSL and their specific duties and responsibilities.  “I think YMSL is a great program.  I enjoy volunteering with my mom and brother, David.  I also like the fact that we are benefiting others in need,” said Nick Lucas an incoming member.  During the Boot Camp, several current members shared their favorite YMSL philanthropy experiences and demonstrated how a typical YMSL boys meeting is run.  “Boot Camp gave me an idea of the different jobs in YMSL and how it all works.  Both of my older brothers have done YMSL and enjoyed the jobs once all was done.  It is kind of neat I get to do this with my mom too,” said incoming member, Sam Kelly.  Sam went on to say, “YMSL is a chance to learn more about non-profits in the Dallas area and how we all can help.  I have volunteered at Stew Pot.  It showed me how the homeless really are not that different from me. “

YMSL 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.  To learn more about YMSL Coppell, go to https://ymslcoppell.chapterweb.net

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YMSL 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.  To learn more about YMSL Coppell, go to https://ymslcoppell.chapterweb.net

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