IN REMEMBRANCE OF MARTIN LUTHER KING JR
We had a lot of great food donations in December. But guess what? We are already running low on canned vegetables. So spread the word and bring on the vegetable donations!
We are starting our bingo fundraisers back up on February 27th. These fundraisers benefit Meals on Wheels here in Parker County. You can help….donate bingo prizes….be the bingo event food sponsor! Or buy a ticket to eat and play! Click here to contact us.
We are gearing up for 2020! March For Meals is our biggest annual event at PCCOA, and we are planning it now. You can be a part of this wonderful event for a good cause – Meals on Wheels. We need walkers for the 5K Walk. We need food trucks. We need vendors for Read More
Everybody has a wish list. A wish list for Christmas, a wish list for the New Year, and wish list for a growing business. PCCOA has a wish list too. The need for Meals on Wheels in Parker County is growing every year. In 2019, with the help of our staff and volunteers, we served Read More
JUST A REMINDER THAT WE WILL BE CLOSED ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24th, AND ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25th FOR CHRISTMAS.
Remember that December raffle to remember? A night for two in Fort Worth, Texas….dinner for 2 at Joe T Garcia’s and 2 tickets to Michael Martin Murphey’s “Cowboy Christmas” at Bass Hall….our winner was Jimmy Day of Weatherford, Texas. Jimmy and his wife Janice went to Fort Worth on December 16th for their evening of Read More
The Mary Martin Elementary School singers came to sing Christmas songs to the seniors at PCCOA center on Wednesday, December 18th. They came dressed in bright, colorful Christmas attire and they sang their hearts out. These students are good singers, and the choreography on some of the songs, by Musical Director Elizabeth Baker, was very Read More
The Seguin Elementary School singers came to the PCCOA center and sang Christmas songs for the seniors. Accompanied on the piano by Musical Director Zee Kidd, the singers sang “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas”, “Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree” and other traditional Christmas songs. These kids certainly got everyone into the Christmas spirit with Read More
If there were any doubts about the status of our youth today, PCCOA got a dose of today’s youth in a good way. The Victory Baptist Academy varsity basketball team brought their “A” game to PCCOA to volunteer. They raked leaves. They organized the food pantry. Now we have room for more food donations. Thanks Read More