Viva Mission Central is going virtual! This new "Virtual Viva" will be held via Zoom on May 28th from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. While we won't be together in person, we will have a chance to visit during a cocktail hour, you'll be able to purchase wine pull tickets and bid on silent auction items, and we'll have a few games to brighten your evening like, Are You Smarter Than Our 5th graders? and Is the Price Right? The dress code is "Quarantine Chic" and you'll want to get creative with that theme - there will be prizes for the
About Treasure FordThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Treasure Ford has created 5 blog entries.
Tutoring at the Village Library has gone virtual. Since March 13th HEB schools have been closed, but the homework doesn’t stop, and neither have our tutors. For the last two weeks tutoring has been happening over Zoom Meetings, and it has been a great success. Algebra tutoring is going especially well since students are able to share their screens with the tutors. The tutors can then walk the student through solving the problems step by step. Other subjects can be challenging online, but our amazing volunteers are creative and they are coming up with solutions. Lola Nelson-Spay, Director of Student Enrichment,
Have you been cleaning out your closets and want to donate your gently used items? We’ve got you covered! On Monday, April 20, 2020 the Mission Central Thrift Store will begin accepting contactless donations from 10am-6pm, Mondays Only. Here are the easy steps to drop off your donations: Bring donations to the front door at 722 East Pipeline Rd. Hurst 76053. Call the Thrift Store Staff at 817-510-3002 to let them know you have left a donation. If you would like a tax receipt for your donation, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and one will be sent to you. We can’t accept large appliances, medical
Our friend Ella is a young lady with a very big heart. She began making birthday boxes as a way to volunteer. “I started volunteering because of my participation in pageants,” Ella said. “I had to have volunteer hours, but as a six-year-old it was very hard for me and my mom to find things that I was able to do.” Ella puts together boxes full of everything someone would need to throw a birthday party for their child. Things like cake mix, icing, decorations, little games, and even a birthday button. “When I was volunteering at different shelters
This school year, two of our Village Library students were selected for the Duke University Talent Identification Program! In order to be chosen for the program, students must test above a 95% on their STAAR test in either reading or math. Some of the benefits include the opportunity to take the SAT test as a 7th grader and they also get information about camps and opportunities for gifted students. These amazing 7th grade students joined the Village Library program with a severe academic need, so this is truly a great honor and a testament to their hard work. The volunteers