Our Mission & Vision
The St. Michaels Community Center's mission is to serve, empower and connect our community.
SMCC’s vision is to enhance the quality of life and to serve the needs of our community by:
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On May 10, 1990 community representatives—many from the Christmas in St. Michaels Committee and local church representatives—met to initiate the formation of the St. Michaels Community Center. Ray Winch agreed to serve as its first president, and St. Michaels Elementary School (SMES) provided a home base for our early after-school and summer programs, which served SMES children.
In December 2009, we took a lease on our current space at 103 Railroad Ave. and purchased it in 2015 with a Federal Grant submitted on our behalf by the Town of St. Michaels.
Currently, a full-time, paid Executive Director and six, part-time or contractual employees staff the center. An additional 100 volunteers—including a Board of Directors, students, parents, and community members—contribute time and skills to further the center's goals, run the Treasure Cove Thrift Shop, and meet community needs.
Funding for the SMCC includes proceeds from the Treasure Cove Thrift Shop, local foundation grants, groups, organizations, fundraising events, and an annual drive organized by the Board of Directors.
PROGRAMS & SERVICES