The Prosper Chapter of the Young Men’s Service League congratulates its sixteen seniors as they all begin a new chapter and leave for college. The class of 2020 is the first class in the Prosper Chapter to complete the full four-year leadership program. Since 2016, the class of 2020 has volunteered over 4600 hours most of these alongside their mothers for the 26 philanthropies the chapter supports. They served our community in many ways from helping Grace Bridge and Bethlehem Place with food distribution to needy families, delivering and assembling beds for Bed Start, playing wheelchair basketball with the Miracle League special needs athletes, assisting with veteran ceremonies at Honor Flight DFW, and building ramps for the disabled for Texas Ramps, to name a few. In addition to volunteering with their moms in the community, these young men have also spent over 700 hours in leadership meetings. The Class of 2020’s dedication to service over the past four years has no doubt left a lasting impact on the community and we are proud of their accomplishments. As they enter the next stage of life, we know that they are prepared and that they will do great things.
YMSL Prosper’s class of 2020 includes: Matthew Alsina, Nate Beitel, Cole Bicksler, Brooks Caple, Preston Cutler, Harrison Fox, Jack James, Jace Jordan, Nick Lawless, Liam Morris, Connor Smith, Mason Smith, Jacob Strong, Jackson Thetford, Cobey Weemes, and Alex Williams.
Young Men’s Service League 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. YMSL is a national non-profit with over 100 chapters in 16 states.