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YMSL Trailblazers: Posterity in Action

Tue, 02/03/2015 - 12:43 -- Jacqueline Carson

YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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YMSL TRAILBLAZERS:  Posterity in Action

At a recent YMSL meeting, Fort Worth City Council Member, Jungus Jordan, spoke to us of the importance of contributing to the posterity of our community.  Councilman Jordan’s talk focused primarily on the investment that was made by previous generations to build our interstate highways and bridges.  He also reminded us that by building stronger communities, we add to the Posterity of our Nation. 

The YMSL Trailblazers completed 2014 with a generous amount of time and effort going towards building-up the Posterity of the Fort Worth community.  Early in November, YMSL moms and sons dedicated their Saturday to be a part of Hope Farm’s Fall Festival.  It was an honor to partner with other volunteer groups who supported this event.  600 people were present, 315 bags of food were given to families in need.  There were lots of smiles as pumpkins were painted and participants happily enjoyed sack races, good food, and more Fall Festival fun.  Another great YMSL volunteer opportunity was organized by YMSL Trailblazer mom, Kimberly Thode.  She worked with Deborah Villicana, Trailblazer Philanthropy Chair, for YMSL members to participate in the Salvation Army Angel Tree at local malls.  On Black Friday, YMSL shirts could be seen at the mall, as Trailblazer moms and sons signed up shoppers to adopt an Angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree.  It was a great opportunity for the Trailblazers to represent YMSL, as they positively interacted with the public and shared information about what it means to adopt an Angel. 

These community volunteer programs allow YMSL members to actively and meaningfully contribute to the Posterity of our community.  Councilman Jungus Jordan emphasized that Posterity is a generational gift: The time and effort we give today, affects future generations. 

When YMSL moms and sons volunteer together, Posterity is fortified and established for the next generation of our families, communities, and our Nation.

Article Submitted by: L. Caballero

Photos Submitted by: T. Queen, K. Thode, and L. Caballero 

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution

                                                                                      

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