The Worcester County Commission on Aging, Incorporated, is a non-profit agency headquartered in Snow Hill, Maryland.  The Commission on Aging operates the Worcester County MAC Program and Worcester Adult Medical Day Services.  The WorCOA has operated Worcester County's MAC Program for more than 35 years.  The program has four multi-service senior centers strategically located throughout Worcester County where qualified and dedicated staff offer education, recreation, and health services.

Our Mission is to enhance the quality of life of all older Worcester County Citizens by managing community based senior programs that are comprehensive, coordinated, accessible, and to advocate the needs of older citizens.

New Roof for County Senior



Mrs. Gertrude Shockley (center) poses with several members of the Chesapeake Housing Mission. The group installed a new metal roof on her home. We are very grateful to all those involved for helping making hers a home that is now leak free!


A Visit From Bayside Youth



The youth group from Bayside Community Church stopped by the Snow Hill Senior Center recently to cook lunch and entertain our participants. The kids were great cooks! Thanks so much for sharing your day with our seniors. They really enjoyed the visit. You're welcome to come back anytime!



A Generous Donation Received



Ann Toney, Supervisor of the Ocean City Senior Center, was recently presented with a very generous donation of $1000.00 from the Ocean City Elks Lodge 2645 by Exalted Ruler Christopher Graf. A sincere thank you from the OC Senior Center staff and clients, as well as the Commision on Aging.



Fish Fry 2015
 
Please join us for a fish fry on Friday August 21st! See the flyer below for details.





First Aid Training

Our staff recently participated in first aid and CPR training instructed by Tom Kane.



Pictured above are Brandy Trader, Sandy Linton, and Tom Kane.



Soup and Sandwich Fundraiser a Success Despite the Weather

In spite of freezing temperatures and several inches of snow, our most recent fundraising event was still a success. The Snow Hill Senior Center was closed due to the winter weather but still raised $600 for the Adult Medical Day Services!  Thank you to all those that participated in this event.



A Special Day for a Special Lady



Mrs. Lizzie Waters, a member of the Snow Hill Senior Center, was presented balloons and cupcakes from the Commission on Aging in honor of her 108th birthday!  Mrs. Waters has been attending the Senior Center for greater than 15 years. 
Longevity: one of the many benefits of our senior centers.




Recently held events:

The Adult Medical Day Care had fun decorating pumpkins for Halloween.   Dolores, Abel, Pauline and Barbara all won prizes for their artistic talent.
Come and see what other fun things are happening!















Members from the Pocomoke, Northern Worcester County and Snow Hill Senior Centers helped raise funds for the Senior Emergency Fund by participating in the Soles for Seniors event sponsored by MAC, Inc. The event was held on 9/17 at the Centre in Salisbury. The Worcester County Senior Centers helped raise over $17,000 and also had a good time!



















Our Adult Medical Day Center recently had a luau. Entertainment, food, drinks and authentic dress were enjoyed all day by the participants as well as the staff and their children. Everyone was wearing a smile and having a terrific time. This is just one of the many fun days that your family member could be enjoying. Call our staff at 410-632-0111 to get more information or better yet, stop by for a tour, you never know what may be going on!



















March 2014 Newsletter


The latest edition of our newsletter is now available. Click the image below to read this edition or visit our newsletter archive to read previous editions. Some of the highlights include:
Santa for Seniors; OC Lioness Club; Spring is in the air; Legal services for Seniors