Kevin's Community Center

  • Mozart, Merlot & Mums Continuing To Raise Money For Kevin's Community Center

    Following the Mozart, Merlot and Mums fundraising event on Saturday, October 10, at Edmond Town Hall for Kevin’s Community Center, founder and Medical Director Z. Michael Taweh said, “It was really exceptional.”

    The event is KCC’s annual major fundraising event, and Dr Taweh said about 175 people attended this year, up from roughly 60 attendees last year.

    Goldman Sachs offered to match each donation for the event “dollar for dollar,” according to Dr Taweh.

  • ‘Mozart, Melot And Mums’ To Help Fund Work Of Kevin’s Community Center

    Unlike years past, when guests gathered for an outdoor “Mozart, Merlot & Mums” celebration, attendees this year will again gather at Edmond Town Hall the annual Kevin’s Community Center fundraiser. MMM 2015 is scheduled for October 10.

  • Kevin’s Community Center Clinic Expanding Service Under Grant

    Kevin’s Community Center, the free or low-cost community health clinic serving Newtown and the surrounding region, is expanding its hours and scope of operations with underwriting now in place from a federal recovery grant.

  • Fundraiser Supported Kevin’s Community Center

    Krista Adams’s crystal voice held a rapt audience Saturday, September 13 as she gave a musical performance during the annual Mozart, Merlot, and Mums fundraiser benefiting Kevin’s Community Center (KCC).

  • 12/14 Foundations And Community Groups Reach Out In A Network Of Caring

    A chorus of voices spilled from The Alexandria Room Tuesday afternoon as various outreach and community-based groups networked at Edmond Town Hall.

  • Kevin's Community Center Fundraiser Draws Large Crowd

    Trays of catered foods, tables draped with linen and filled with wine, live music, and a silent auction greeted guests to the sixth annual Mozart, Merlot & Mums to benefit Kevin’s Community Center (KCC). The center is a free medical clinic open to uninsured or underinsured patients. A large banner outside George and Shane Miller’s house at 50 Main Street announced “an afternoon of music, fine wines, and garden tours.” Mr Miller’s extensive gardens and antique barn beckoned to guests while others clustered around food tables or stood listening to music.