Senior nutritionSenior Connections offers hot, nutritious meals Monday-Friday for people 60 or older, or with disabilities. Meals are served at congregate sites throughout Douglas County, and are delivered to homebound individuals.
Senior Connections offers hot, nutritious meals Monday-Friday for people 60 or older, or with disabilities. Meals are served at congregate sites throughout Douglas County, and are delivered to homebound individuals. A contribution of $3.50 per meal is requested, but no one is denied because of inability to pay. Call (715) 394-3611 or (800) 870-2181.
Next week’s menu includes:
Jan. 30: Turkey and noodles, squash, wheat bread, fruit crisp.
Jan. 31: Sweet and sour pork, seasoned rice, steamed cabbage, peaches, blondies.
Feb. 1: Swedish meatballs
whipped potatoes, gravy, broccoli and carrots, wheat dinner roll, berry and yogurt parfait.
Feb. 2: Chicken enchilada casserole, Mexican corn, 12-grain bread, chocolate mousse bar.
Feb. 3: Egg salad sandwich on wheat bread, tomato basil soup, marinated beet salad, fruit pie.
Make reservations 24 hours in advance for congregate meal sites at 11:30 a.m. at Phoenix Villa, 1001 Clough Ave., Monday-Friday, (218) 591-3553; Amnicon Senior Center, Tuesday-Thursday, (715) 364-2316; Solon Springs Community Center, Tuesday-Friday, (715) 378-4546; Senior Center, 1527 Tower Ave., Monday-Friday, (218) 591-0001; Lake Nebagamon Village Auditorium, Tuesday-Friday, (715) 374-3101; and Gordon Town Hall, Tuesday-Friday, (715) 376-4683; noon Tuesday and Thursday at Northland Community Center, Dairyland, (715) 244-3354; and 11:15 a.m. Monday-Thursday at Holy Assumption Parish, 5601 Tower Ave., (715) 394-7919; and 11 a.m. at Summit Town Hall, Monday-Thursday, (715) 399-2311 and Kro Bar and Grill, Brule, Tuesday-Friday, (715) 372-8424.