October 16, 2020When Lionel Dotson was 17-years old, he was one of the best basketball players in Texas. As starting guard for Lincoln High School in La Marque, outside of Galveston, he carved out a name for himself as well as a spot on the All-State Team. In the late 1960’s, nearly every major college team in the nation offered him a scholarship – or at least those who allowed Black athletes on their teams at the time.
October 13, 2020Meals on Wheels Central Texas is committed to protecting the health and safety of our clients, volunteers, and staff. Towards that end, our agency is closely monitoring the current global spread of the coronavirus or COVID-19 and its impact on our community.
September 30, 2020“This house means everything to us. It’s our little castle,” says 73-year-old Teresa Estrada.
August 29, 2020When it came to serving his country, he learned from watching his father. “My dad was in the Navy,” John Dixon says. “That’s what I decided to do with my life.”
August 4, 2020If you ever need living proof of the adage “not all superheroes wear capes”, look no further than our amazingly dedicated volunteers! They continue to be life savers during the COVID-19 outbreak, delivering food and other vital services to the thousands of vulnerable homebound older Central Texans we serve. Donning masks and practicing social distancing and other precautionary measures, these selfless individuals have rallied to the cause of keeping our elders healthy and safe during these unsettling times.