The Johns Creek Young Men’s Service League celebrated its first year of service May 5 at the Atlanta Athletic Club

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — The Johns Creek chapter of the Young Men’s Service League recently recognized its members for completing more than 2,500 hours of service in its first year.  

Young Men’s Service League is a nonprofit organization that encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and provides an opportunity to enhance mother-to-son relationships.

Its motto is “to assist, serve and support those who are in need.”

The Johns Creek chapter was established in 2018. In the first year, it had 102 members, 51 moms and 51 sons. Members volunteered for local philanthropies including Meals by Grace, Foster Care Support Services, Children’s Restoration Network, The Memory Care Center and North Metro Miracle League.

The group served the community with over 2, 500 hours. Sixteen young men served more than 25 hours and three earned the Presidential Service Award.

These certificates presented on May 5 at an end of year banquet at the Atlanta Athletic Club. 

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