After extensive and careful consideration of our options, the Golf Tournament Committee, Board of Directors, and Center Leadership have all decided that it is in the best interest of the safety of our tournament participants, supporters, sponsors, and donors to cancel this year’s Annual Paul Schultz Memorial Golf Tournament. Please read the below announcement.

If you have questions, contact Zac at 518-792-6007 x19 or at zac@moreaucommunitycenter.org.

We thank you for your understanding and ask for your continued support.

Help the Center to ensure that we can continue to meet the needs of the community, especially during this difficult time. Click the #GivingTuesdayNow image to donate!

Together we will, together we can … overcome this crisis.


As always, be safe, be well, be kind.

Greetings friends,

In accordance with social distancing regulations and to reduce unnecessary travel, the Center is ONLY OPEN for our
Emergency Food Pantry & Mon/Wed Hannaford Outreach program.

There are no social programs.
The Thrift Store, the Craft Store, Maybaskets, the Lend-Lease Library, all workshops, all trip sign-ups, and all social visits to the Center are cancelled and/or discouraged.
Trips will be revisited when it is again safe to gather and travel.

Please obey the Governor’s encouragements to stay home except for essential services!

If you need assistance with paperwork related to SNAP Benefits, HEAP, Medicare/Medicaid, Health Insurance, Unemployment paperwork, or other essential document completion, please
at 518-792-6007 x12!

Do not walk in for these issues.

It is our intent to maintain a safe and clean environment for clients and staff still using the building, and to be community leaders in the stay-at-home orders. If you have any questions, please call the Center at 518-792-6007.

We are all in this together, and we are all
obligated to take the pandemic and the executive orders from Albany and Washington DC seriously.
That means limiting travel to legitimate essentials only, and taking advantage of social media and digital conferencing to be able to visit with loved ones. We understand how difficult this is, and we appreciate your pain and concern as we share it as well.

Be safe. Be well. Be kind. Stay home!

During the COVID19 Pandemic and subsequent stay-at-home orders, we will not be mailing out the MCC Pulse Newsletter. We will post the abbreviated newsletters here, and you can choose to receive emailed copies.

Just notify Zac at zac@moreaucommunitycenter.org that you want to be included in the email list. 

Be safe. Be well. Be kind.

COVID-19 Emergency Support Funding