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The Mower Brigade

April 1, 2019

Not sure you want to adopt-a-lawn for the season but still want to help? The “Mower Brigade” may be a good alternative for you! A team of Volunteers (fondly called the “Mower Brigade”) meet each Wednesday morning during the growing season to load equipment and mow multiple Client lawns that…
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We Love Our Volunteers

April is Volunteer Appreciation Month

April 1, 2019

MCCC has the absolute best Volunteers! This year we are trying something new. For the 4 full weeks of April we will draw 5 Volunteer names per week for gift cards. How do you get your name on the list? You can like us on Facebook, send us a short…
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“Girls Gone Mowing” Team

March 29, 2019

Meet the “Girls Gone Mowing” team, left to right, Jamie Johanson, Cindy Wielenski, Cathy Syring and Karla Ward.  The “Girls Gone Mowing” team is looking to expand! If you love to help Seniors and enjoy being outside and working in the yard, consider joining Mid-Cities Care Corps and the “Girls…
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The 3rd Annual Friends of Mid-Cities Care Corps Luncheon

February 28, 2019

On February 28, 2019, one-hundred community members gathered at Crown of Life Lutheran Church in Colleyville to lunch and learn about Mid-Cities Care Corps (MCCC). This year, Karin, an MCCC Client, spoke at the luncheon, with the help of long time MCCC Volunteer Karla Ward, and Advisory Board member Kay…
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MCCC has Awesome Transportation Drivers

February 1, 2019

We like to thank all of our Transportation Volunteers for the time and miles they put in helping our Clients. In fact, it’s hard to thank them enough. Each week Volunteer drivers sign up to take Mid-Cities Care Corps (MCCC) Clients to medical appointments or quality-of-life drives (grocery store, bank,…
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Super Target offers New Friends and Partners

January 31, 2019

Jane Nauman, MCCC Volunteer Coordinator and Steve Rice, Hurst Target Team Leader. The Super Target store in Hurst has become one of our new partners this past year. Steve Rice, the Store Team Leader, has led his staff to participate in an MCCC sponsored yard clean-up service day for one…
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Lunch & Learn – First Aid Basics

January 30, 2019

Mid-Cities Care Corps (MCCC) offers a Lunch and Learn once a quarter to show our appreciation for all of our Volunteers and Supporters interested in learning about a subject area that may help them in their volunteer efforts.  MCCC provides water, chips, and cookies and the volunteers bring their own…
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A New Website for Mid-Cities Care Corps

January 14, 2019

Mid-Cities Care Corps (MCCC) has finally made it to the twenty-first century, we have a new website! We engaged a local web developer, Strike Anyware, to build us a brand new, modern and up-to-date website. For the first time we have our Client Applications and Volunteer Applications available through the…
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Holiday Outreach to Mid-Cities Care Corps Clients

December 19, 2018

The Holidays present Mid-Cities Care Corps (MCCC) with a unique opportunity to help provide assistance to our senior communities with food and gift baskets.  As part of the Social Outreach program, MCCC relies on several organizations that provide generous and heartfelt support.  These organizations include Good Shepherd Catholic Community, Second…
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MCCC has “Friends with Hearts as Big as Texas”

November 1, 2018

The 2018 Festival of Friends was held on Thursday, November 1, 2018 at the Hurst Conference Center. Volunteers, Clients, and members of our community came together to raise much needed funds that support our programs and services. Nearly 400 guests gathered this year to celebrate Mid-Cities Care Corps. Guests were…
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MCCC Festival of Friends 2016 - Mike Fay

‘Throw kindness like confetti’

October 21, 2017

Mid-Cities Care Corps featured in the Star-Telegram: “Since 1981, Mid-Cities Care Corps has been working hard to help older adults in Northeast Tarrant County remain independent by providing free services that support seniors in the quest to live healthy, independent lives in their own homes. “ Read the full article…
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