Remember, each person served by the MCA is a story:


Gail Bigelow moved to Tennessee and lived in a quiet family based neighborhood. Gail connected with our services, and we started bringing meals to her Monday through Friday. Then we invited her to join other seniors at the community center twice a week for bingo, lunch and crafts. She loved it, looked forward to coming to the center, and talk with others and have fun.

George Dean, a 92 year old veteran, says “that community center has been an inspiration to my soul.  My boy and I watch for them every day, we know it is an assurance we aren’t going to go hungry.” Mr. Dean is only one of the people whose lives “remain intact” through the Meals in the Hills program.  Without the MCA, the meals and other services would cease to exist.