Every year we award one or two scholarships to outstanding graduating students from
Clark Fork High School. These scholarships are offered to students who have volunteered at the Community Center during the year.
Wes Simko received a scholarship last year from MCC and we are honored to award him an additional scholarship for his second year attending The University of Hawaii at Manoa. His performance has put him on the Deans list which makes us proud.
Caiya Yanik will be attending Boise State University with a major in Business. Caiya has been recognized by her instructors and mentors. She has proven herself in so many ways, through her grades, leadership and ability to overcome obstacles.
Our Christmas Giving Program is supported by the generous donations from Friends of MCC. These donations enable us to provide several families with gifts and toys, and, in cooperation with the Clark Fork Food Bank, Christmas dinners. This popular program brings a tremendous amount of joy to these families.
Every year MCC receives beautiful handmade, one of a kind, hats from the Knotty Knitters group. These gifts are then given to every family member in our Christmas Giving program. These are labors of love from some very giving and dedicated women. These gifts are so needed by our families.
CLARK FORK VALLEY QUILTERS
Tues & Fri 10 - 11 am
The Clark Fork Valley Quilters group works on a service project every year at MCC. They choose an organization(s) to receive one of their gorgeous handmade quilts. This year the veterans and the children’s hospital were the lucky recipients.