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Northwest Hills Chapter Ultimate Gift Project

Wed, 11/30/2016 - 12:47 -- Heidi Holguin

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The Northwest Hills Chapter Ultimate Gift project team included more than 125 moms, boys, very special dads and other guests working for over six hours alongside the Mainspring School’s education director on a variety of projects that made their tired playground shine again!

 

Our Ultimate Gift recipient was Mainspring Schools whose mission is to provide the highest quality early childhood education and care to Austin’s most economically disadvantaged children – along with services so each child and parent have tools for success in school and life. The school’s main playground had weathered erosion, heavy use and deterioration over the past few years. Our goal was to give the playground a revamping and refresh and it was a huge success because of your labor, time, and monetary donations! To find out more about Mainspring, visit their website at www.Mainspringschools.org .

 

 Our chapter was able to complete the following projects:

1.     Upgrading the sandbox with the construction of a new retaining wall, placement of an upgraded weed barrier, addition and spreading of 85 bags of fresh play sand, and creation and planting of a new flower bed to beautify the area.

2.     Refinishing all of the play area benches including the cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing of four wooden picnic tables.

3.     Cleaning and refinishing outdoor musical instrument stations and the toy shed, which involved a lot of cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing

4.     Replacing the beloved tree bench with all new wood. Our members were digging new leg holes, drilling, sawing, sanding, hammering, nailing & screwing, and pouring cement.

5.     Generally cleaning the area involved raking, digging, resetting and replacing garden and climbing rocks, scraping and leveling the track, laying new garden edging, building a new compost center, restoring original mosaic garden art.

 

Whew! That was a lot of work! I hope you enjoy seeing the workday photos and – most importantly – knowing that the students and staff at Mainspring Schools are enjoying their new and restored play area! 

 

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Our Ultimate Gift recipient was Mainspring Schools whose mission is to provide the highest quality early childhood education and care to Austin’s most economically disadvantaged children – along with services so each child and parent have tools for success in school and life. The school’s main playground had weathered erosion, heavy use and deterioration over the past few years. Our goal was to give the playground a revamping and refresh and it was a huge success because of your labor, time, and monetary donations! To find out more about Mainspring, visit their website at www.Mainspringschools.org .

 

 Our chapter was able to complete the following projects:

1.     Upgrading the sandbox with the construction of a new retaining wall, placement of an upgraded weed barrier, addition and spreading of 85 bags of fresh play sand, and creation and planting of a new flower bed to beautify the area.

2.     Refinishing all of the play area benches including the cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing of four wooden picnic tables.

3.     Cleaning and refinishing outdoor musical instrument stations and the toy shed, which involved a lot of cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing

4.     Replacing the beloved tree bench with all new wood. Our members were digging new leg holes, drilling, sawing, sanding, hammering, nailing & screwing, and pouring cement.

5.     Generally cleaning the area involved raking, digging, resetting and replacing garden and climbing rocks, scraping and leveling the track, laying new garden edging, building a new compost center, restoring original mosaic garden art.

 

Whew! That was a lot of work! I hope you enjoy seeing the workday photos and – most importantly – knowing that the students and staff at Mainspring Schools are enjoying their new and restored play area! 

 

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Our Ultimate Gift recipient was Mainspring Schools whose mission is to provide the highest quality early childhood education and care to Austin’s most economically disadvantaged children – along with services so each child and parent have tools for success in school and life. The school’s main playground had weathered erosion, heavy use and deterioration over the past few years. Our goal was to give the playground a revamping and refresh and it was a huge success because of your labor, time, and monetary donations! To find out more about Mainspring, visit their website at www.Mainspringschools.org .

 

 Our chapter was able to complete the following projects:

1.     Upgrading the sandbox with the construction of a new retaining wall, placement of an upgraded weed barrier, addition and spreading of 85 bags of fresh play sand, and creation and planting of a new flower bed to beautify the area.

2.     Refinishing all of the play area benches including the cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing of four wooden picnic tables.

3.     Cleaning and refinishing outdoor musical instrument stations and the toy shed, which involved a lot of cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing

4.     Replacing the beloved tree bench with all new wood. Our members were digging new leg holes, drilling, sawing, sanding, hammering, nailing & screwing, and pouring cement.

5.     Generally cleaning the area involved raking, digging, resetting and replacing garden and climbing rocks, scraping and leveling the track, laying new garden edging, building a new compost center, restoring original mosaic garden art.

 

Whew! That was a lot of work! I hope you enjoy seeing the workday photos and – most importantly – knowing that the students and staff at Mainspring Schools are enjoying their new and restored play area! 

 

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Our Ultimate Gift recipient was Mainspring Schools whose mission is to provide the highest quality early childhood education and care to Austin’s most economically disadvantaged children – along with services so each child and parent have tools for success in school and life. The school’s main playground had weathered erosion, heavy use and deterioration over the past few years. Our goal was to give the playground a revamping and refresh and it was a huge success because of your labor, time, and monetary donations! To find out more about Mainspring, visit their website at www.Mainspringschools.org .

 

 Our chapter was able to complete the following projects:

1.     Upgrading the sandbox with the construction of a new retaining wall, placement of an upgraded weed barrier, addition and spreading of 85 bags of fresh play sand, and creation and planting of a new flower bed to beautify the area.

2.     Refinishing all of the play area benches including the cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing of four wooden picnic tables.

3.     Cleaning and refinishing outdoor musical instrument stations and the toy shed, which involved a lot of cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing

4.     Replacing the beloved tree bench with all new wood. Our members were digging new leg holes, drilling, sawing, sanding, hammering, nailing & screwing, and pouring cement.

5.     Generally cleaning the area involved raking, digging, resetting and replacing garden and climbing rocks, scraping and leveling the track, laying new garden edging, building a new compost center, restoring original mosaic garden art.

 

Whew! That was a lot of work! I hope you enjoy seeing the workday photos and – most importantly – knowing that the students and staff at Mainspring Schools are enjoying their new and restored play area! 

 

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The Northwest Hills Chapter Ultimate Gift project team included more than 125 moms, boys, very special dads and other guests working for over six hours alongside the Mainspring School’s education director on a variety of projects that made their tired playground shine again!

 

Our Ultimate Gift recipient was Mainspring Schools whose mission is to provide the highest quality early childhood education and care to Austin’s most economically disadvantaged children – along with services so each child and parent have tools for success in school and life. The school’s main playground had weathered erosion, heavy use and deterioration over the past few years. Our goal was to give the playground a revamping and refresh and it was a huge success because of your labor, time, and monetary donations! To find out more about Mainspring, visit their website at www.Mainspringschools.org .

 

 Our chapter was able to complete the following projects:

1.     Upgrading the sandbox with the construction of a new retaining wall, placement of an upgraded weed barrier, addition and spreading of 85 bags of fresh play sand, and creation and planting of a new flower bed to beautify the area.

2.     Refinishing all of the play area benches including the cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing of four wooden picnic tables.

3.     Cleaning and refinishing outdoor musical instrument stations and the toy shed, which involved a lot of cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing

4.     Replacing the beloved tree bench with all new wood. Our members were digging new leg holes, drilling, sawing, sanding, hammering, nailing & screwing, and pouring cement.

5.     Generally cleaning the area involved raking, digging, resetting and replacing garden and climbing rocks, scraping and leveling the track, laying new garden edging, building a new compost center, restoring original mosaic garden art.

 

Whew! That was a lot of work! I hope you enjoy seeing the workday photos and – most importantly – knowing that the students and staff at Mainspring Schools are enjoying their new and restored play area! 

 

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Our Ultimate Gift recipient was Mainspring Schools whose mission is to provide the highest quality early childhood education and care to Austin’s most economically disadvantaged children – along with services so each child and parent have tools for success in school and life. The school’s main playground had weathered erosion, heavy use and deterioration over the past few years. Our goal was to give the playground a revamping and refresh and it was a huge success because of your labor, time, and monetary donations! To find out more about Mainspring, visit their website at www.Mainspringschools.org .

 

 Our chapter was able to complete the following projects:

1.     Upgrading the sandbox with the construction of a new retaining wall, placement of an upgraded weed barrier, addition and spreading of 85 bags of fresh play sand, and creation and planting of a new flower bed to beautify the area.

2.     Refinishing all of the play area benches including the cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing of four wooden picnic tables.

3.     Cleaning and refinishing outdoor musical instrument stations and the toy shed, which involved a lot of cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing

4.     Replacing the beloved tree bench with all new wood. Our members were digging new leg holes, drilling, sawing, sanding, hammering, nailing & screwing, and pouring cement.

5.     Generally cleaning the area involved raking, digging, resetting and replacing garden and climbing rocks, scraping and leveling the track, laying new garden edging, building a new compost center, restoring original mosaic garden art.

 

Whew! That was a lot of work! I hope you enjoy seeing the workday photos and – most importantly – knowing that the students and staff at Mainspring Schools are enjoying their new and restored play area! 

 

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Our Ultimate Gift recipient was Mainspring Schools whose mission is to provide the highest quality early childhood education and care to Austin’s most economically disadvantaged children – along with services so each child and parent have tools for success in school and life. The school’s main playground had weathered erosion, heavy use and deterioration over the past few years. Our goal was to give the playground a revamping and refresh and it was a huge success because of your labor, time, and monetary donations! To find out more about Mainspring, visit their website at www.Mainspringschools.org .

 

 Our chapter was able to complete the following projects:

1.     Upgrading the sandbox with the construction of a new retaining wall, placement of an upgraded weed barrier, addition and spreading of 85 bags of fresh play sand, and creation and planting of a new flower bed to beautify the area.

2.     Refinishing all of the play area benches including the cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing of four wooden picnic tables.

3.     Cleaning and refinishing outdoor musical instrument stations and the toy shed, which involved a lot of cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing

4.     Replacing the beloved tree bench with all new wood. Our members were digging new leg holes, drilling, sawing, sanding, hammering, nailing & screwing, and pouring cement.

5.     Generally cleaning the area involved raking, digging, resetting and replacing garden and climbing rocks, scraping and leveling the track, laying new garden edging, building a new compost center, restoring original mosaic garden art.

 

Whew! That was a lot of work! I hope you enjoy seeing the workday photos and – most importantly – knowing that the students and staff at Mainspring Schools are enjoying their new and restored play area! 

 

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Our Ultimate Gift recipient was Mainspring Schools whose mission is to provide the highest quality early childhood education and care to Austin’s most economically disadvantaged children – along with services so each child and parent have tools for success in school and life. The school’s main playground had weathered erosion, heavy use and deterioration over the past few years. Our goal was to give the playground a revamping and refresh and it was a huge success because of your labor, time, and monetary donations! To find out more about Mainspring, visit their website at www.Mainspringschools.org .

 

 Our chapter was able to complete the following projects:

1.     Upgrading the sandbox with the construction of a new retaining wall, placement of an upgraded weed barrier, addition and spreading of 85 bags of fresh play sand, and creation and planting of a new flower bed to beautify the area.

2.     Refinishing all of the play area benches including the cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing of four wooden picnic tables.

3.     Cleaning and refinishing outdoor musical instrument stations and the toy shed, which involved a lot of cleaning, sanding, wood filling and weather sealing

4.     Replacing the beloved tree bench with all new wood. Our members were digging new leg holes, drilling, sawing, sanding, hammering, nailing & screwing, and pouring cement.

5.     Generally cleaning the area involved raking, digging, resetting and replacing garden and climbing rocks, scraping and leveling the track, laying new garden edging, building a new compost center, restoring original mosaic garden art.

 

Whew! That was a lot of work! I hope you enjoy seeing the workday photos and – most importantly – knowing that the students and staff at Mainspring Schools are enjoying their new and restored play area! 

 

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Southlake YMSL UG video

Tue, 11/29/2016 - 21:14 -- Heidi Holguin
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YMSL Peninsula :: Mid Peninsula Boys & Girls Club

Tue, 11/29/2016 - 20:06 -- Heidi Holguin

The Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club is a non-profit organization that has served youth between the ages of 6 and 18 years since 1955. They are part of a national movement that began in 1860 and now serves over 4.8 million youth in over 4,000 Boys & Girls Clubs across the country. Their Mission is to inspire and enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.

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On Thursday, November 10 and Saturday, November 12, 120 members of the YMSL Peninsula California Chapter provided our Ultimate Gift by painting all the interior doors and casings, interior window casings as well as 3 bathrooms for the Boys and Girls Club. We were fortunate in that some of our local vendors donated and provided discounts on the supplies. As one of our summer philanthropies that our boys are so passionate about we were thrilled to take on this project.

We spent the first day prepping the walls and areas to be painted and then went full force painting. It was a messy project but when all said and done the place looked vibrant and alive!

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We spent the first day prepping the walls and areas to be painted and then went full force painting. It was a messy project but when all said and done the place looked vibrant and alive!

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On Thursday, November 10 and Saturday, November 12, 120 members of the YMSL Peninsula California Chapter provided our Ultimate Gift by painting all the interior doors and casings, interior window casings as well as 3 bathrooms for the Boys and Girls Club. We were fortunate in that some of our local vendors donated and provided discounts on the supplies. As one of our summer philanthropies that our boys are so passionate about we were thrilled to take on this project.

We spent the first day prepping the walls and areas to be painted and then went full force painting. It was a messy project but when all said and done the place looked vibrant and alive!

Peninsula moms and sons enjoyed working together to help an organization that does so much to foster positive growth for the local boys and girls.

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On Thursday, November 10 and Saturday, November 12, 120 members of the YMSL Peninsula California Chapter provided our Ultimate Gift by painting all the interior doors and casings, interior window casings as well as 3 bathrooms for the Boys and Girls Club. We were fortunate in that some of our local vendors donated and provided discounts on the supplies. As one of our summer philanthropies that our boys are so passionate about we were thrilled to take on this project.

We spent the first day prepping the walls and areas to be painted and then went full force painting. It was a messy project but when all said and done the place looked vibrant and alive!

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Argyle, TX Ultimate Gift Project

Tue, 11/29/2016 - 19:02 -- Heidi Holguin

The Argyle, TX Chapter partnered with Serve Denton to build, initially stock and install Little Free Pantries around Denton, TX.  Members and sons worked over three weekends to complete this project.  The Little Free Pantry is for neighbors helping neighbors...If you are in need of something (food and/or hygiene items), take something.  If you have approved items to share in the pantry, you are welcome to do so.  Pantries are adopted by a host facility (business or residential) and are monitored and stocked as needed by the host.  Our chapter donations funded this project and provided the i

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