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Senior meals, June 3-7

Pasco County operates nine congregate dining sites that offer a nutritious meal and various program activities. There is no charge for the meals, but donations are requested. Additionally, Pasco County delivers meals to homes of the elderly through two programs. The Elderly Nutrition Program meal is offered for a donation only. The Meals on Wheels program requires a registration fee and $6 per meal. All meals include low-fat milk. To get information on any of these meal options or to volunteer, call (727) 834-3340 in West Pasco, (352) 521-5174 in East Pasco or (813) 929-1231 in Central Pasco.

Monday: barbecued meatball hoagie, cheesy mashed potatoes, Italian beans, margarine, raisins

Tuesday: baked chicken thigh, yellow rice with tomatoes and peppers, black beans, dinner roll, blended juice

Wednesday: turkey-ham and cheese on whole-grain bun, mayonnaise or mustard packet, orange-pineapple juice, fresh apple, chocolate chip cookie

Thursday: grilled chicken breast patty in marinara sauce, penne noodles with garlic oil, Tuscan vegetables, rye bread with margarine, peaches

Friday: vegetable soup, flame-broiled beef patty on hamburger bun, ketchup or mustard packet, mashed sweet potatoes, chopped spinach, fresh orange

Senior meals, June 3-7 06/01/13 [Last modified: Friday, May 31, 2013 3:39pm]
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