Hoops and Hope 2019

We are very excited about partnering to bring “Hoops and Hope” back to Dugger Park, Sunday, August 25 from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM.  Lots to be excited about, and you can find out more at the Hoops and Hope Web Site:  http://www.hoopsandhope.org/...

WMCC A PROUD PARTNER OF THE CUMMINGS FOUNDATION

We, here at the West Medford Community Center, are proud to be able to announce our new partnership with the Cummings Foundation, one of New England’s largest and most respected foundations.  You can learn more about the great work of the Cummings Foundation at: ...

WMCC Board for 2018 – 2019 Program Year We are very excited to announce our WMCC Board of Directors for the upcoming year, as voted on at yesterday’s Annual Meeting. From Left to Right: Henry Workman, William McIntyre, Monique Doherty, Brian Collins, Rev. David Kilpatrick, Chyenne Bell, Jarrett Lovett, Joanne Bell, and Jameel Webb-Davis (Stephen Douglas and Bob Penta, not...

Quick Links to WMCC Videos!!!

Over the past year or so, we’ve been recording many of our special events on video for later viewing. We’ve gathered the links to these videos on a handy new web page.  You can go directly to that page by clicking on this: WMCC Online...

WMCC Afterschool Youth Club Now Enrolling for the 2019 – 2020 School Year

Our mission is to provide youth from grade 4 – 8 with opportunities to complete homework, get tutoring assistance, build social skills, utilize computer access, and to learn from our adult and youth leaders, all to make them productive, educated, socially apt, aware and prepared for the future to come. Our goals are to: Reassure parents their children have a safe and nurturing environment, Provide an enriching environment where these kids can learn and grow, and Provide a place where parent, youth leaders and the youth come together to produce a safe, fun and healthy experience. By bringing in families from all areas and walks of life, we are building a community that can thrive into the future.  Structure: The Afterschool Youth Club is available every day school is in session (including early release days) from when the kids get dropped off from the school buses until 6:00 PM.  (*) (*) Both Medford Junior High Schools and the Brooks Elementary School will drop the kids off on the intersection of Arlington and Harvard, three houses down from our facility.  Because the West Medford Community Center is a multi-use facility providing a variety of program through the day, we do not have the physical space for the kids on days the schools are not in session. Programming: We provide space, time, and mentoring for doing homework for all the youth attending.  We have access to both computers, printers, and internet access for all the children, to facilitate homework assignments. (*) (*) We utilize paid staff, as well as work study and volunteer placements from Tufts University to support the kids...