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L – R Cathy Edgington, Krista Finnegan, Janice Singer, Kim Smith, Kristi Mann, Heidi Gough, Alicia McGurk, Alicia Anderson, Dolores Kelly, Kathleen Purches, Debra Roundtree, Janice Coberly, Jan Micheli. Not pictured are Elects Carol Basso, Debbie Eckley, Amy Gardner and Gene Liese

Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) Coppell board members for 2016-17 have been announced.  These board members were selected from all members of Coppell YMSL.   Board member Heidi Gough shared her thoughts on being a board member.  She said, “Serving on the board is such an honor for me!  This organization gives us the opportunity to work with our sons showing them that to whom much is given, much is expected.  We are able to share our beliefs of giving back to our community and helping those less fortunate than us.”  YMSL President, Alicia McGurk  explained the impact YMSL has already had this summer.  She said, ”I am so excited that the Coppell YMSL Chapter has started their 5th year on May 1 with over 200 moms and sons. In just three months we have served over 900 hours. Some of the philanthropies served this summer were RISE Adaptive Sports, Buckner Shoes for Orphans, Coppell Humane Society, The Stew Pot, MetroCrest Back to School program, Special Olympics, Coppell Community Gardens and Cornerstone Kitchen. We look forward to our first mom’s and boy’s meetings in September."

The board members are:  President, Alicia McGurk; 1st Vice President, Heidi Gough; Secretary, Julie Albright; Treasurer, Janice Singer; VP Website, Debbie Eckley, VP Membership Elect, Amy Gardner; VP Membership, Dolores Kelly; VP Parliamentarian, Kristi Mann; VP Philanthropy, Jan Micheli; VP Communications, Debra Roundtree; Boys’ Coordinator, Janice Coberly; Boys’ Coordinator Elect, Carol Basso; Philanthropy Elect, Gene Liese; Secretary VP Website Elect, Cathy Edgington.

YMSL is a non-profit organization that initiates and encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and provides an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships.  To learn more about YMSL Coppell, go to