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Fort Collins Gifts Catholic Charities

Fri, 11/17/2017 - 21:46 -- Heidi Holguin

Fort Collins Chapter spent two weekends, Sept. 30, Oct.1, Oct.7 and Oct.8, re-landscaping the property at Catholic Charities.  The goal was to eliminate a big portion of the grass, replacing with rock and xeriscape plants.  This will help Catholic Charities decrease their overall maintenance cost as well as time.   Weed barrier was placed in the front as well as the side of the building and xeriscape planting occurred.  65 tons of rock were laid, 5 boulders were placed in the front of the building, the sprinkler system was modified and a flagstone pathway was created.

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Fort Collins Chapter spent two weekends, Sept. 30, Oct.1, Oct.7 and Oct.8, re-landscaping the property at Catholic Charities.  The goal was to eliminate a big portion of the grass, replacing with rock and xeriscape plants.  This will help Catholic Charities decrease their overall maintenance cost as well as time.   Weed barrier was placed in the front as well as the side of the building and xeriscape planting occurred.  65 tons of rock were laid, 5 boulders were placed in the front of the building, the sprinkler system was modified and a flagstone pathway was created.  Additionally, a bicycle parking lot was created on the side of the building for the clients bikes.  

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McKinney Chapter Helps Hugs Cafe

Fri, 11/17/2017 - 21:17 -- Heidi Holguin

The McKinney Chapter completed their 2017 Ultimate Gift project on October 14.  The project was to create a outdoor eating space for Hugs Cafe in downtown McKinney.  Hugs is a non profit organization that employs and trains special needs adults in the restaurant industry.  Through the project we expanded their dining space by 18-20 patrons and built a beautiful outdoor patio environment.  

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Alamo & Mission Chapters Assist Mission Road Ministries for Ultimate Gift

Fri, 11/17/2017 - 21:02 -- Heidi Holguin

On Saturday, October 21, 2017 the YMSL Alamo Chapter joined up with the newly formed Mission Chapter in San Antonio, Texas to transform the exterior grounds of housing provided by Mission Road Ministries.

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Round Rock Chapter Rocks FIRST Ultimate Gift!

Fri, 11/17/2017 - 20:48 -- Heidi Holguin

On Saturday, November 4, 2017,  the YMSL Round Rock Chapter proudly served the Texas Baptist Children's Home (TBCH) for their first Ultimate Gift Project.  TBCH is an amazing organization that provides safety and shelter for women and children in  their community when they are in the midst of a crisis.

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Pacesetter Chapter Completes Ultimate Gift

Wed, 10/25/2017 - 16:18 -- Heidi Holguin

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YMSL Pacesetter Chapter (Flower Mound, TX) completed their Ultimate Gift project 9/30-10/1.  The chapter worked with Denton County Friends of the Family to transform their new thrift store location so it would be “store ready.”  DCCFOF is an organization that helps “move families from crisis to confidence by providing services to those impacted by rape, sexual abuse & domestic violence, while partnering with the community to promote safety, healing & prevention.  DCFOF Thrift Store generates significant funds each year to drive their organization and efforts.  DCFOF’s “old” store location was challenged due to its small and crowded space (in addition to the landlord increasing rent +25%).  YMSL Pacesetter was excited to work with DCFOF on the store project which entailed painting the new store in addition to designing, building, staining & installing beautiful “mixed material” shelves.  Work occurred over two weekends:  1st wkd chapter members shopped for necessities and built/prepared all shelving materials.  The following weekend (9/30-10/1) consisted of painting, shelf finalizations & installation.  The finished project sure looks terrific!  We’re eager to see the store when it’s stocked and open for business – should be very soon!

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YMSL Pacesetter Chapter (Flower Mound, TX) completed their Ultimate Gift project 9/30-10/1.  The chapter worked with Denton County Friends of the Family to transform their new thrift store location so it would be “store ready.”  DCCFOF is an organization that helps “move families from crisis to confidence by providing services to those impacted by rape, sexual abuse & domestic violence, while partnering with the community to promote safety, healing & prevention.  DCFOF Thrift Store generates significant funds each year to drive their organization and efforts.  DCFOF’s “old” store location was challenged due to its small and crowded space (in addition to the landlord increasing rent +25%).  YMSL Pacesetter was excited to work with DCFOF on the store project which entailed painting the new store in addition to designing, building, staining & installing beautiful “mixed material” shelves.  Work occurred over two weekends:  1st wkd chapter members shopped for necessities and built/prepared all shelving materials.  The following weekend (9/30-10/1) consisted of painting, shelf finalizations & installation.  The finished project sure looks terrific!  We’re eager to see the store when it’s stocked and open for business – should be very soon!

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YMSL Pacesetter Chapter (Flower Mound, TX) completed their Ultimate Gift project 9/30-10/1.  The chapter worked with Denton County Friends of the Family to transform their new thrift store location so it would be “store ready.”  DCCFOF is an organization that helps “move families from crisis to confidence by providing services to those impacted by rape, sexual abuse & domestic violence, while partnering with the community to promote safety, healing & prevention.  DCFOF Thrift Store generates significant funds each year to drive their organization and efforts.  DCFOF’s “old” store location was challenged due to its small and crowded space (in addition to the landlord increasing rent +25%).  YMSL Pacesetter was excited to work with DCFOF on the store project which entailed painting the new store in addition to designing, building, staining & installing beautiful “mixed material” shelves.  Work occurred over two weekends:  1st wkd chapter members shopped for necessities and built/prepared all shelving materials.  The following weekend (9/30-10/1) consisted of painting, shelf finalizations & installation.  The finished project sure looks terrific!  We’re eager to see the store when it’s stocked and open for business – should be very soon!

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YMSL Pacesetter Chapter (Flower Mound, TX) completed their Ultimate Gift project 9/30-10/1.  The chapter worked with Denton County Friends of the Family to transform their new thrift store location so it would be “store ready.”  DCCFOF is an organization that helps “move families from crisis to confidence by providing services to those impacted by rape, sexual abuse & domestic violence, while partnering with the community to promote safety, healing & prevention.  DCFOF Thrift Store generates significant funds each year to drive their organization and efforts.  DCFOF’s “old” store location was challenged due to its small and crowded space (in addition to the landlord increasing rent +25%).  YMSL Pacesetter was excited to work with DCFOF on the store project which entailed painting the new store in addition to designing, building, staining & installing beautiful “mixed material” shelves.  Work occurred over two weekends:  1st wkd chapter members shopped for necessities and built/prepared all shelving materials.  The following weekend (9/30-10/1) consisted of painting, shelf finalizations & installation.  The finished project sure looks terrific!  We’re eager to see the store when it’s stocked and open for business – should be very soon!

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YMSL Pacesetter Chapter (Flower Mound, TX) completed their Ultimate Gift project 9/30-10/1.  The chapter worked with Denton County Friends of the Family to transform their new thrift store location so it would be “store ready.”  DCCFOF is an organization that helps “move families from crisis to confidence by providing services to those impacted by rape, sexual abuse & domestic violence, while partnering with the community to promote safety, healing & prevention.  DCFOF Thrift Store generates significant funds each year to drive their organization and efforts.  DCFOF’s “old” store location was challenged due to its small and crowded space (in addition to the landlord increasing rent +25%).  YMSL Pacesetter was excited to work with DCFOF on the store project which entailed painting the new store in addition to designing, building, staining & installing beautiful “mixed material” shelves.  Work occurred over two weekends:  1st wkd chapter members shopped for necessities and built/prepared all shelving materials.  The following weekend (9/30-10/1) consisted of painting, shelf finalizations & installation.  The finished project sure looks terrific!  We’re eager to see the store when it’s stocked and open for business – should be very soon!

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YMSL Pacesetter Chapter (Flower Mound, TX) completed their Ultimate Gift project 9/30-10/1.  The chapter worked with Denton County Friends of the Family to transform their new thrift store location so it would be “store ready.”  DCCFOF is an organization that helps “move families from crisis to confidence by providing services to those impacted by rape, sexual abuse & domestic violence, while partnering with the community to promote safety, healing & prevention.  DCFOF Thrift Store generates significant funds each year to drive their organization and efforts.  DCFOF’s “old” store location was challenged due to its small and crowded space (in addition to the landlord increasing rent +25%).  YMSL Pacesetter was excited to work with DCFOF on the store project which entailed painting the new store in addition to designing, building, staining & installing beautiful “mixed material” shelves.  Work occurred over two weekends:  1st wkd chapter members shopped for necessities and built/prepared all shelving materials.  The following weekend (9/30-10/1) consisted of painting, shelf finalizations & installation.  The finished project sure looks terrific!  We’re eager to see the store when it’s stocked and open for business – should be very soon!

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