Goodie Bags

April 26, 2021

January through April of this year, we have delivered goodie bags in lieu of the monthly social luncheon. We want to thank the following organizations for providing all the items and bagging and delivering them: Colleyville Chamber of Commerce SOS group, Colleyville Women’s Group, First Colleyville Church and Holy Trinity…
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Mid-Cities Care Corps turns 40!

March 1, 2021

The new 2021 year is a cause for celebration for all of us. The hope of a better, healthier and more normal year ahead is what we all desire and pray for. For Mid-Cities Care Corps (MCCC), this year marks another reason to celebrate with a special anniversary, our 40th!…
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What a Freeze in February!

February 26, 2021

We all were a bit taken aback by the extremely low temperatures and the length of time it lasted. The winter weather definitely took its toll on homes across the Metroplex. Several of our clients had minor pipe damage but two clients had major damage. We are grateful that the…
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Caroling in Colleyville

December 2, 2020

This year, Compass Church Youth offered to sing Christmas carols from a safe distance for our Clients in Colleyville. After getting their approval, the Youth group caroled on the evening of Dec. 2nd. We had overwhelmingly positive input from our Clients: “Loved it – they show such enjoyment while singing.”Ms.…
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MCCC Transportation Drivers ROCK!

November 9, 2020

Transportation Drivers help MCCC in so many ways. From the start, they have transported our clients to medical appointments and for quality-of-life needs that can range from grocery shopping, going to the bank and even taking someone to get a haircut or style.As of this year, they pick up and…
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Festival of Friends 2020

November 5, 2020

Festival of Friends 2020 is one for the history books of Mid-Cities Care Corps (MCCC). [Hint: see our History Timeline] On Thursday, November 5th, MCCC held its first ever “Virtual” FOF Event. It was hosted from the Hurst Conference Center which provided its usual exceptional service to help make the…
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About Mid-Cities Care Corps

October 22, 2020

Learn about Mid-Cities Care Corps from Executive Director Elizabeth Grace…
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ROAPS = Reach Out And Phone a Senior

October 1, 2020

In response to the COVID19 pandemic, MCCC started a new Social Outreach Program to help alleviate the expected loneliness and boredom associated with self-isolation and quarantining at home. MCCC worked with existing volunteers, Dana and Oliver Cozby, Linda Ray, a new volunteer, Debbie Afzali and with a young group of…
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2020 Adopt-a-Lawn Season Comes to a Close

October 1, 2020

As the 2020 growing season comes to a close, we want to sincerely thank the Adopt-A-Lawn (AAL) Volunteers for maintaining a record number of Client lawns this year, 86 in total. As COVID affected work, school and home life around the globe, many looked beyond their own circumstances and embraced…
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Senior Socials

December 17, 2019

October 15, 2019 A festive and colorful fall carnival in October, with a funny clown, games and prizes November, 19, 2019 Giving thanks in November with the Colleyville Chamber of Commerce Serving Our Seniors (SOS) networking group that stopped by to serve lunch and visit with our Clients. Thanks to…
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TCU / Arnold Air Society Service Day

November 19, 2019

Not to be outdone, a group of TCU students with the Arnold Air Society provided seasonal yard maintenance for Ms. Debora on October 26th, and again for Mr. Herman and Mrs. Lola on November 16th. The Clients were impressed with the Volunteers’ enthusiasm and how their yards were transformed by…
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A Helping Hands Assessment turns into a Transportation Story

October 30, 2019

On October 12th, UTA Pre-Law Society students provided a seasonal yard clean-up, trimming Crepe Myrtles and cleaning flower beds for Ms. Alice. Ms. Alice enjoyed visiting with the Volunteers and sincerely appreciated their efforts. Ms. Alice’s priceless impact on the students is summed up by the UTA team leader, Ms.…
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