The Assistance League of Coppell collected over 300 books from early childhood to young adult for our "Make A Difference" day this year. Project Transformation of Dallas was the recipients of these books for their outstand literacy programs. Pictured above:
Right with Project Transformation of Dallas: Lynne Hodes, Volunteer Manage and Becca Liles, Program Associate.
Left with Assistance League of Coppell: Kay Adams, Chairperson and Bobbie King Chairperson for "Make A Difference" 2016.
Assistance League of Coppell (ALC) presents its award-winning community cookbook, Serving Coppell. Scroll down to read about our award!
Our community cookbook, Serving Coppell contains over 400 recipes from local school administrators, business owners, medical professionals, politicians and citizens.
The cookbook features artwork from local artist and ALC member Shelley Minnis. The cookbook may be purchased for $25.
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All proceeds from this cookbook help fund the programs of Assistance League of Coppell.
Sue Miller, Beverly Smith, and Lynette Fortson, members of the Youth Today Committee for Drug Testing Kits gave out 39 free drug testing kits and current drug information literature to parents at the conclusion of the Coppell ISD DEA drug information forum during Red Ribbon Week.
Coppell High School Junior Tate Trueblood attempts to "walk the line" during a Fatal Vision Goggles demonstration provided by ALC at a Young Men's Service League meeting. Other YMSL members looking on include Josh Fink, Pierce Dalton and Shane Steiger.
Assistance League of Coppell provides clothing for students through Operation School Bell. Over 200 students have benefited from our program. Clothe a Child provides the opportunity for you to contribute funding to support the program Operation School Bell®. Click the link below for more information.