Wednesday, September 21, 2011
The Lone Star Chapter created a slide show with pictures of the moms and sons serving their various philanthropies over the summer, and would love for you to view it. The Lone Star Chapter logged over 2, 416 hours of summer service, an increase of 10% from the prior summer. This video, shown at the first moms’ meeting, was another way to highlight their different philanthropies and how they serve them.
Posted by Carole Kelly-Higgins at 8:56 AM
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
The Southlake Chapter was busy this summer volunteering close to 1100 hours since May and almost 5500 hours total since the organization was formed three years ago.
Volunteering for Rise Adventures, which is a program for the disabled that utilizes watercraft and fun items for them to enjoy.
They also helped construct a home for the Habitat for Humanity Program in Fort Worth this past June.
Helping organize and volunteer at the Southlake Senior Center Luau this summer the seniors enjoyed a day of Hawaiian fun.
Posted by Carole Kelly-Higgins at 1:59 PM