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YMSL North San Antonio Chapter Ultimate Gift Project Benefits AVANCE Parent-Child Education Program

Wed, 01/24/2018 - 13:10 -- Heidi Holguin

 

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The North San Antonio YMSL Chapter, in coordination with the United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County and AVANCE-San Antonio, purchased a United Way Born Learning Trail for the AVANCE Parent-Child Education Program at the Fenley Family Center in San Antonio, TX. The chapter logo was included on 20 metal signs that were installed through out the walkways and play areas of the campus. Each sign promotes reading in English or Spanish and also encourages positive interactive learning and physical activity between parents and young children. The chapter also donated $1,770.00 worth of Lowe's gift cards to cover AVANCE's expenses for paint, landscaping mulch, and supplies needed for the project. Approximately 135 mothers and sons volunteered over 275 hours on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017. Mothers and their sons painted a hopscotch and educational shapes on walkways for the Born Learning Trail.  A large group also painted iron rail fencing that surrounds a large playground and additional fencing and gates through out the campus. Crushed granite was spread around a tricycle trail and other needed areas. Weeding, raking, trimming, spreading mulch and sweeping up many areas helped make the campus a more appealing and inviting environment for the families who benefit from the center's educational programs on a daily basis.
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The North San Antonio YMSL Chapter, in coordination with the United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County and AVANCE-San Antonio, purchased a United Way Born Learning Trail for the AVANCE Parent-Child Education Program at the Fenley Family Center in San Antonio, TX. The chapter logo was included on 20 metal signs that were installed through out the walkways and play areas of the campus. Each sign promotes reading in English or Spanish and also encourages positive interactive learning and physical activity between parents and young children. The chapter also donated $1,770.00 worth of Lowe's gift cards to cover AVANCE's expenses for paint, landscaping mulch, and supplies needed for the project. Approximately 135 mothers and sons volunteered over 275 hours on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017. Mothers and their sons painted a hopscotch and educational shapes on walkways for the Born Learning Trail.  A large group also painted iron rail fencing that surrounds a large playground and additional fencing and gates through out the campus. Crushed granite was spread around a tricycle trail and other needed areas. Weeding, raking, trimming, spreading mulch and sweeping up many areas helped make the campus a more appealing and inviting environment for the families who benefit from the center's educational programs on a daily basis.
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Park Cities UG Revitilize Jubilee Park

Tue, 01/23/2018 - 16:26 -- Heidi Holguin

On the weekend of October 21-22 the 249 members of the Park Cities chapter of the Young Men's Service League converged on Jubilee Park and Community Center to give back to the community during their "Ultimate Gift" weekend.  Mothers and sons worked side by side redoing the gardens of Jubilee and OM Roberts Elementary School as well as painting picnic tables, stepping stones, and benches working over 440 hours.  Jubilee is located in a "food desert" where access to healthy food is limited.  The gardens of Jubilee and OM Roberts will be used to grow and supply fresh herbs and produce.

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Jubilee has strengthened the community and revitalized southeast Dallas.  In addition to redoing the gardens, YMSL helped link Jubilee and OM Roberts Elementary by creating a butterfly path between the two sites.  

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Jubilee has strengthened the community and revitalized southeast Dallas.  In addition to redoing the gardens, YMSL helped link Jubilee and OM Roberts Elementary by creating a butterfly path between the two sites.  

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YMSL Rancho Chapter Does UG Playground Makeover

Tue, 01/23/2018 - 15:55 -- Heidi Holguin

YMSL Rancho in California completed their first Ultimate Gift Project!  They restored the therapy playground at Family and Children's Services of Silicon Valley which included replacing rail posts and rails, sanding and painting the rail, sanding and painting a retaining wall with bright art, installing a succulant garden, and replacing the lost playground bark.  They were able to donate the bark, playground toys, patio furniture, a patio umbrella and 3 benches.  From Family & Childrens Service of Silicon Valley news blog: "We are profoundly thankful for the time and effort these young

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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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