The first senior class of the Frisco chapter of Young Men’s Service League that have served all for years is about to graduate high school.
The chapter of the nonprofit organization began in Frisco in 2011 and consists of mothers and sons serving the community through philanthropic groups and develop leadership skills.
The current class has 26 students from within Frisco ISD started the program the summer before their freshman year in high school.
The students served over 2,000 hours in the community in the last four years and over 4,000 hours when you count their mothers’ involvements.
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