WHO WE ARE
The Heart of Hope
MCC is a non-profit Community Center and Preschool that is driven by a single goal; to be a place where caring happens. We are staffed almost entirely by volunteers and are 100% committed to delivering enjoyable, meaningful programs and services to all residents on the eastern shore of Lake Pend Oreille and beyond. The Memorial Community Center was built to honor and carry on the legacy of community spirit of five young people (Bill & Kathie Yost, Steve & Joni Diehl, and Mark Heumann) who lost their lives in a boating accident on Lake Pend Oreille in 1982.
We invite you to join in, have some fun and , if possible, make a contribution of your time and dollars.
A Place Where Caring Happens
We serve our local communities by providing access to a Preschool Program, Christmas Giving Program and High School Scholarship Program. We also bring guest speakers to our center each month who provide education and awareness to our communities at large at no cost. We continue to provide a meeting place for many groups and clubs at an affordable rate.
Affordable Quality Education
CHRISTMAS GIVING PROGRAM
Providing Food and Gifts to local families at Christmas
HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Investing in the future
Our facility and equipment is available to rent for private events such as meetings, parties, fundraisers, family functions, or whatever you may need. We also have rates for ongoing groups and clubs that meet regularly. Check availability by calling (208) 264-5481 or click the links below to access our rental applications.
These guidelines are in place to keep our community, staff and volunteers safe and healthy.
We ask that you please respect our guidelines when visiting
the Memorial Community Center during Stage Four of Idaho's Rebound.
Maintain at least six-foot physical distancing from other individuals whenever possible;
Wash hands with soap and water for at least twenty seconds as frequently as possible or use hand sanitizer;
Cover coughs or sneezes (into the sleeve or elbow, not hands);
Regularly clean high-touch surfaces and not shake hands;
Stay home if sick;
Wear face coverings while in public, especially when six-foot distancing is not always possible (e.g., inside businesses); and
Implement additional protocols established in the Governor’s Guidelines for Opening up Idaho published at https://rebound.idaho.gov/.
We will re-evaluate these guidelines as new information becomes available or as necessary.
Thank you & stay safe!
You can reach our office by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by leaving a message on our MCC phone (208) 264-5481. We would like to thank you for your understanding and if you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.
The groups that meet at MCC pay a nominal fee to use our space for their regular meetings and classes. Your donations to MCC allow us to keep our rates affordable so that they can continue their community meetings and classes that are beneficial to the health and wellness of our community.
Here is a list of our current regular meetings and classes at MCC. Some of our regular classes have not yet resumed, Please call (208) 264-5481 for more information.
AA Mondays @ 7 pm
Clark Fork Valley Quilters 1st & 3rd Thursdays of each month
Hope Senior Fitness Every Tuesday & Friday @ 10 am
Hope Fitness Mondays @ 5:30 PM
Yoga Tuesdays @ 8:30 AM
Gardener's Gathering 2nd & 4th Wednesdays of every month @ 9 am
2020 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
LEY ANNE MERICA