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Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

March 17, 2020

In agreement with the CDC guidelines and in the best interest of our Mid-Cities Care Corps (MCCC) Clients and Volunteers, on March 13, 2020, MCCC cancelled the March Senior Social Event that was to be held on March 17, 2020.  Since that time, the CDC issued the guidance above, further…
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4th Annual Friends Luncheon

February 27, 2020

The 4th annual Friends of MCCC Luncheon was held at Crown of Life Lutheran on Thursday, Feb. 27th. Ninety attendees enjoyed a wonderful message from MCCC Volunteers and long-time Client, Ms. Jimmie along with a box lunch. Many thanks to our generous donors and supporters for helping to make the…
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Mid-Cities Care Corps gets a Storage Shed for Helping Hands Equipment

February 24, 2020

Mowing lawns and yard clean-up have long been part of our Helping Hands(HH) program support. Lawn equipment owned by Mid-Cities Care Corps (MCCC) has been spread across multiple locations and maintenance was done at one Volunteer’s home. As part of our 5-year Strategic Planning Initiative, MCCC has collaborated with our…
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Volunteers Lunch and Learn

January 15, 2020

On January 15th, the quarterly Lunch & Learn was a presentation of the “ultimate” list of activities for Seniors! We learned about activities for all areas including groups, indoor, physical, or even nursing home activities, for yourself, a loved one, or for a Senior that you visit or drive. The…
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Santa’s Helpers provide Holiday Outreach to MCCC Clients

December 19, 2019

Holiday Outreach deliveries to Mid-Cities Care Corps (MCCC) Clients concluded December 19, 2019. Special thanks to Second Saturday Mothers and Sons, St. Luke’s UMC in Haltom City, Boy Scout Troop 32, Good Shepherd Catholic Community and Hurst Citizens’ Fire Academy Alumni Association, all of whom made this outreach possible. These…
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Festival of Friends

November 7, 2019

Thank you to all of our attendees, donors, volunteers, and sponsors for your loyal support to make this event a successful FUNdraiser! We appreciate your support of our mission of working togetherto preserve the independence and well being of our senior neighbors in Northeast Tarrant County.…
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North Texas Giving Day

August 17, 2019

Save The Date! North Texas Giving Day is September 19, 2019. A little goes a long way when North Texans give all at once. Schedule your gift today for #NTxGivingDay! Want to find out ways you can give? Visit our Get Involved page!…
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Keller Women’s Club Foundation

June 21, 2019

MCCC is honored to be one of the 2019 recipients of a grant from the Greater Keller Women’s Club Foundation. This award will be used to support and grow our Helping Hands projects throughout the year. We appreciate the support and endorsement of this organization. They are awesome!…
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Lunch and Learn

May 15, 2019

At the second quarter Lunch and Learn, MCCC provided 26 volunteers and staff members certification in CPR. Led by the Carrollton Fire Department, we learned how to administer CPR, perform the Heimlich maneuver, and to use the AED (Automated External Defibrillator) machine in emergency situations. A special shout out to…
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Senior Synergy 2019

May 9, 2019

Bob Thornton, MCCC Volunteer, Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley, who sponsors the Expo, and Duane Buuck, Executive Director of Mid-Cities Care Corps. The Senior Synergy Expo was held at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth. Tarrant County seniors drop in to get simple health assessments and to learn…
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The Hills Renew Program

May 4, 2019

Mid-Cities Care Corps is proud to announce our partnership with The Hills Church during their Renew Program. This project included a day of service (Renew Serve) on May 4th, the opportunity to visit with the congregation on Sunday, May 5th at all of The Hills Church locations, and then to…
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Southlake Art in the Square

April 28, 2019

MCCC was well represented at the Southlake Art in the Square event held April 26-28, 2019. Thanks to our Volunteers and Staff for all the help and support. Pictured: Pat Washburn, Jane Nauman and Lois Dixon. Also pictured: Duane Buuck and Jim Newlon (top) with Beth Claypool and Kay Lynn…
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