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Have you ever looked in the mirror and said to yourself, I need a haircut! Just imagine a tree that has no mirror but wants to be beautiful! No worries, the YMSL (Young Men's Service League), their moms, volunteers Bob, Richard and members of the Frisco Garden Club came to the rescue. The lopping, chopping, cutting and moving of limbs began! Two truckloads of limbs was carted away and a quick raking of leaves and twigs resulted in a new look for the trees in the courtyard of the Boys and Girls Club of Collin County.

The children and the staff, now have a safe serene place to participate in outside activities, admire the raised beds filled with plants and just relax. I think the trees are enjoying their haircut!

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