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Ultimate Gift

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This year, the Legacy Chapter partnered with Equest as their Ultimate Gift recipient

Sat, 01/27/2018 - 13:24 -- Heidi Holguin

Equest was founded in 1981 and was the first therapeutic riding center in Texas.  Equest provides equine facilitated activities, therapies, and counseling to children and adults with physical, cognitive, sensory, coping, social and learning disabilities and veterans with adjustment challenges.  In May 2017, Equest relocated to the Texas Horse Park in South Dallas.  You can read more about Equest on their website www.equest.org. 

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Equest was founded in 1981 and was the first therapeutic riding center in Texas.  Equest provides equine facilitated activities, therapies, and counseling to children and adults with physical, cognitive, sensory, coping, social and learning disabilities and veterans with adjustment challenges.  In May 2017, Equest relocated to the Texas Horse Park in South Dallas.  You can read more about Equest on their website www.equest.org. 

On October 29th, the YMSL Legacy chapter spent the entire day working on several projects, including clearing of low lying limbs from some of the riding areas; clearing out an area for use as a camping and picnic area for riders; creating a sensory trail; and, general trail maintenance to remove buried debris that creates a hazard for the horses and riders.
 
Their chapter really enjoyed the opportunity to work with Equest to help them move the needle on these projects.  It was a very hard, but rewarding day both for Equest and those that volunteered

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On October 29th, the YMSL Legacy chapter spent the entire day working on several projects, including clearing of low lying limbs from some of the riding areas; clearing out an area for use as a camping and picnic area for riders; creating a sensory trail; and, general trail maintenance to remove buried debris that creates a hazard for the horses and riders.
 
Their chapter really enjoyed the opportunity to work with Equest to help them move the needle on these projects.  It was a very hard, but rewarding day both for Equest and those that volunteered

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On October 29th, the YMSL Legacy chapter spent the entire day working on several projects, including clearing of low lying limbs from some of the riding areas; clearing out an area for use as a camping and picnic area for riders; creating a sensory trail; and, general trail maintenance to remove buried debris that creates a hazard for the horses and riders.
 
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On October 29th, the YMSL Legacy chapter spent the entire day working on several projects, including clearing of low lying limbs from some of the riding areas; clearing out an area for use as a camping and picnic area for riders; creating a sensory trail; and, general trail maintenance to remove buried debris that creates a hazard for the horses and riders.
 
Their chapter really enjoyed the opportunity to work with Equest to help them move the needle on these projects.  It was a very hard, but rewarding day both for Equest and those that volunteered

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On October 29th, the YMSL Legacy chapter spent the entire day working on several projects, including clearing of low lying limbs from some of the riding areas; clearing out an area for use as a camping and picnic area for riders; creating a sensory trail; and, general trail maintenance to remove buried debris that creates a hazard for the horses and riders.
 
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On October 29th, the YMSL Legacy chapter spent the entire day working on several projects, including clearing of low lying limbs from some of the riding areas; clearing out an area for use as a camping and picnic area for riders; creating a sensory trail; and, general trail maintenance to remove buried debris that creates a hazard for the horses and riders.
 
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West Frisco Chapter kicked off the Frisco Fastpacs Hygiene Packs project

Sat, 01/27/2018 - 13:01 -- Heidi Holguin

On November 4th West Frisco Chapter kicked off the Frisco Fastpacs Hygiene Packs project.  They conducted several hygiene drives at various Walgreens, CVS and Dollar Tree locations, where they collected enough hygiene products for over 150 middle and high school students.  The hygiene packs - consisting of shampoo, soap, toothpaste, deodorant, and feminine products - will last through the remainder of this school year and into the beginning of the next school year. 

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Silver Star Chapter partnered with Buckner International for UG

Sat, 01/27/2018 - 12:12 -- Heidi Holguin

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On Nov. 11th the Silver-star Chapter partnered with Buckner International. Since 1879 Buckner International has been transforming lives by: providing foster care for vulnerable children, providing preventative care for at risk families and protecting families from disintegration by providing housing, support and financial assistance so single mothers can complete their higher education.Their Ultimate gift was a 2 fold assignment this year requiring them to be on 2 campuses. During their morning shift they did inside painting of stair railings and doors. Outside they did doors, railings and trim work to liven up the front of the buildings. They also freshened up the names of the buildings on the signs out front. Their afternoon shift at the second location required them to get the campus ready inside and out for the holiday season by putting up Christmas trees and decorating them, hanging garland on the light poles and placing shrub lights. Decorating was made extra special this year with the letters, Faith, Hope and Love which were made by one of their member's father Ed Bellow and painted by the chapter. Buckner liked them so much they are going to keep them up year round. As always Ultimate Gift is the day when we all work together to build that bond that makes YMSL such a great experience and realizing how we can impact our communities.

 

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On Nov. 11th the Silver-star Chapter partnered with Buckner International. Since 1879 Buckner International has been transforming lives by: providing foster care for vulnerable children, providing preventative care for at risk families and protecting families from disintegration by providing housing, support and financial assistance so single mothers can complete their higher education.Their Ultimate gift was a 2 fold assignment this year requiring them to be on 2 campuses. During their morning shift they did inside painting of stair railings and doors. Outside they did doors, railings and trim work to liven up the front of the buildings. They also freshened up the names of the buildings on the signs out front. Their afternoon shift at the second location required them to get the campus ready inside and out for the holiday season by putting up Christmas trees and decorating them, hanging garland on the light poles and placing shrub lights. Decorating was made extra special this year with the letters, Faith, Hope and Love which were made by one of their member's father Ed Bellow and painted by the chapter. Buckner liked them so much they are going to keep them up year round. As always Ultimate Gift is the day when we all work together to build that bond that makes YMSL such a great experience and realizing how we can impact our communities.

 

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Northeast Atlanta Chapter Improves Playground for UG

Sat, 01/27/2018 - 11:57 -- Heidi Holguin

The YMSL Northeast Altlanta's UG project was working on the playground at Child Development Center, a preschool for at-risk students. They painted a several playhouses, a seashell stage, and hauled away an old sandbox, as well as pressure washed the sides of the building. Their donation was the addition of new windscreens to the playground.

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YMSL Alpharetta, Georgia Chapter partnered with Project Live Love of Atlanta

Sat, 01/27/2018 - 10:04 -- Heidi Holguin

The YMSL Alpharetta, Georgia Chapter partnered with Project Live Love of Atlanta on Saturday, October 21, 2017, for their Ultimate Gift Project.  The boys and moms served the homeless of Atlanta and the Restart 3:20 Shelter in a variety of ways.

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The YMSL Alpharetta, Georgia Chapter partnered with Project Live Love of Atlanta on Saturday, October 21, 2017, for their Ultimate Gift Project.  The boys and moms served the homeless of Atlanta and the Restart 3:20 Shelter in a variety of ways. The scope of work and various jobs included: maintenance projects around the homeless center (painting, landscaping, etc.), grill and serve meals (hot dogs, chips, water), give out hygiene/warm weather kits & cold weather supplies, interact with homeless, oversee stations for haircuts, nail care, & health screenings.  Project Live Love is a non-profit organization that provides hands-on opportunities by creating programs and projects that are based on local community needs.  It was a very rewarding event for all of them.

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The YMSL Alpharetta, Georgia Chapter partnered with Project Live Love of Atlanta on Saturday, October 21, 2017, for their Ultimate Gift Project.  The boys and moms served the homeless of Atlanta and the Restart 3:20 Shelter in a variety of ways. The scope of work and various jobs included: maintenance projects around the homeless center (painting, landscaping, etc.), grill and serve meals (hot dogs, chips, water), give out hygiene/warm weather kits & cold weather supplies, interact with homeless, oversee stations for haircuts, nail care, & health screenings.  Project Live Love is a non-profit organization that provides hands-on opportunities by creating programs and projects that are based on local community needs.  It was a very rewarding event for all of them.

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