National League Of Young Men, Inc. Announces New Mid Valley Chapter And 1st Annual Compass Awards Event

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National League of Young Men, Inc. (NLYM), the non-profit organization for high school boys and their mothers, announce the launch of its newest chapter, Mid Valley, in the San Fernando Valley.

NLYM’s Mid Valley Chapter President, Gretchen McCourt shares "We are thrilled with the response to the launch of the Mid-Valley Chapter of NLYM. I hope that the organization offers a place for these young men to build friendships, learn in areas outside of school and give back to their community."

The National League of Young Men is the vision of founders Diane Edmonton and Mary Pat Lucas of Newport Beach, CA. From its 2007 start, the programs growth will now support 20 chapters nationally. Through a structured curriculum, NLYM promotes the development of young men into community leaders with charitable and community service, cultural experiences, protocol education, and leadership involvement.

The new Mid Valley chapter is comprised of 25-30 sponsored founding young men per grade class, who live or go to school in the communities of Encino, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Toluca Lake and Burbank, CA. NLYM’s Mid Valley Chapter President, Gretchen McCourt shares "We are thrilled with the response to the launch of the Mid-Valley Chapter of NLYM. I hope that the organization offers a place for these young men to build friendships, learn in areas outside of school and give back to their community. The enthusiasm for our initial meetings, fall philanthropy events and upcoming cultural events is terrific and there is so much more to come!”

With NLYM’s foundation of Leadership, Philanthropy, Culture and Protocol in young men grades 9-12, the Mid Valley Chapter will hold its first Compass Awards Event for the young men and their parents in honor of its inaugural year this coming May at Lakeside Country Club. The annual Compass Awards event is a respected tradition of NLYM, Inc. It is considered a significant event of the Young Men's Leadership, Service and Protocol component of NLYM, Inc. The Young Men receive awards and recognition for their accomplishments.

ABOUT NATIONAL LEAGUE OF YOUNG MEN, INC.
National League of Young Men, Inc. (NLYM), initially named Beach City Service League, was founded in 2007 in Newport Beach, California by Diane Edmonton and Mary Pat Lucas. Their goal was to provide a unique program of leadership, service, culture and protocol opportunities, for the young men in their community, while at same time strengthening the mother-son relationship. Today there are twenty chapters with over 2,000 Mothers, Young Men and Sustainers as members of the National League of Young Men, Inc.

NLYM is committed to providing a quality program for young men in grades 9-12 and developing long-term partnerships that will provide benefits to not only the young men but also their surrounding communities. National League of Young Men, Inc. aspires to offer gratifying experiences for their young men and to help them learn that the greatest joy in life truly comes from serving others and discovering the confidence and courage to do so.

For more Mid Valley Chapter information, please visit: http://www.nlymmidvalley.org/.
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National website: http://www.nationalleagueofyoungmen.org
National Mailing address: PO Box 3403, Newport Beach, CA

NLYM Mid Valley Chapter Media Contact: Allyson Arons
Public Relations officer
1+(818) 522-6009

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