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.
Event: Ruby Tuesday's Community Giveback
When: Thursday 9/11/2014 and Friday 9/12/2014
Time: During Ruby Tuesday's business hours
Event details: Present a copy of the flyer below to your Ruby Tuesday server and 20% of your total bill will be donated by Ruby Tuesday to WorCOA. You can print the flyer by opening the link below and using the printer icon near the top of your screen. If you need any assistance doing this just e-mail us.
Ruby Tuesday Community Giveback Flyer - September 2014
Recently held events:
On Monday, 8/18/14 close to 100 seniors participated in our annual Farmers’ Market celebration at the Snow Hill Senior Center. Seniors from the Snow Hill, Northern Worcester and Pocomoke Senior Centers, as well as attendees of the Worcester Adult Medical Day Center, enjoyed a day of fun and food.
Each year the Maryland Department of Agriculture issues Senior Farmer’s Market coupons to low income seniors over the age of 60. Worcester County receives 60 booklets each with 6 coupons valued at $5.00 each. In the past there was a problem with redemption of the coupons due to transportation and other issues.
Maria Pereya brought her fruits and vegetables to the senior center so the seniors could redeem their coupons. This resulted in a 98% coupon redemption rate for Worcester County. Everyone enjoyed the day and took home fresh fruits and vegetables to enjoy!
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