Montgomery County Youth Services to host IRONMAN station

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Montgomery County Youth Services (MCYS) volunteers are once again hosting a relief station for this year’s IRONMAN Texas.

MCYS is hosting “Bike Aid” station #5/9 offering refreshments. Athletes will roll by the station located on the Hardy Toll Road at Richey Road twice. Volunteers staffing the station this year are from National Charity League – The Woodlands Chapter and Sam Houston State University. All volunteer efforts during the race will benefit MCYS from the IRONMAN Foundation.

MCYS will also benefit from a $7,500.00 grant from the IRONMAN Foundation, along with a donation of 150 backpacks filled with healthy snacks and a note from a participating athlete.

Read more about the 2017 Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Texas race.

Montgomery County Youth Services volunteered in the 2016 IRONMAN and handed out refreshments to athletes during the bike portion (see photo). Individuals from National Charity League – The Woodlands Chapter and Sam Houston State University will be volunteering at the 2017 race.
Montgomery County Youth Services (MCYS) is a private, not-for-profit counseling agency committed to providing quality social service programs to children and families in crisis throughout Montgomery County.

The mission of MCYS is to provide crisis counseling, shelter programs and prevention services to strengthen families, keep youth in school and prepare them to be productive citizens. With offices in Conroe, The Woodlands, Magnolia, New Caney, and Huntsville, MCYS has been servicing Montgomery County since 1979, continuously working to help improve young lives.

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