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Welcome to the Palisades Chapter Of NLYM, Inc.!

Mission Statement

National League of Young Men (NLYM) is a non-profit organization for young men in grades 9-12;

this structured program for mothers and their sons promotes the development of young me

into community leaders through leadership involvement, charitable and community service,

cultural experiences and protocol education. 

The Palisades Chapter was formed in 2016.

 If you are interested in membership for the 
2018-2019 school year please email 
Tina Kenefick  VP of Membership

Young Men Outting 


Fifteen members of the Pacific Palisades/Brentwood National League of Young Men, Class of 2021, visited the Palisades 76 Station on Sunday, November 11, 2018 to learn the basics of car maintenance.

Palisades 76 Station owner Mr. Robert Munakesh, father of Class of ‘21 member Oliver Munakesh, was raised in the gas station business.  His father who also owned gas stations.  Mr. Munakesh bought his first 76 gas station in the Palisades in 1995 and purchased his second in 2008 on the corner of Via de la Paz and Sunset.

Mr Munakesh and his friend taught the NLYM members, mostly 15 to 16 years old and new drivers, the importance of tire pressure, changing a tire and how to jump start your car safely if your battery dies.  He also taught us how to:

·      Test the condition of the wiper blades and properly squeegee car windows 

·      Check tire air pressure and tread depth, as well as signs of tire wear

·      Check the fluid levels–such as oil, brake, windshield wiper, coolant and transmission–and how top them off

·      Put on a spare tire

·      Test a battery

·      Fill a car with gas, and how to know what side the tank is on before parking

The afternoon was a fun and informative outing.
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