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Elderly Nutrition/Meals on Wheels Program, Aug. 20-24

Pasco County operates eight congregate dining centers for adults 60 and older, funded in part by the Older Americans Act. There is no charge for the meals, but donations are encouraged. The county also delivers meals to homes of the elderly through two programs. The Elderly Nutrition Program, also funded in part by the Older Americans Act, delivers meals at no charge, but donations are encouraged. And the Meals on Wheels program requires a registration fee and a $6 fee per meal. To get meal options or volunteer, call (727) 834-3340 in west Pasco, (352) 521-5174 in east Pasco or (813) 929-1231 in central Pasco.

Monday: Beef with rotini pasta, parsleyed carrots, Italian vegetable medley, white bread, applesauce, low fat milk.

Tuesday: Barbecue pork riblet, scalloped potatoes, green peas, hamburger bun, mixed fruit, low fat milk.

Wednesday: Vegetable soup, orange pineapple juice, breaded fish filet with tartar sauce, cheese grits, tomatoes and okra, whole grain bread with margarine, low fat milk.

Thursday: Salisbury steak with brown gravy, rice pilaf, seasoned collard greens, whole grain bread with margarine, raisins, low fat milk.

Friday: Barbecue chicken thigh, mashed potatoes, green beans, whole grain bread with margarine, graham crackers, low fat milk.

Elderly Nutrition/Meals on Wheels Program, Aug. 20-24 08/18/12 [Last modified: Saturday, August 18, 2012 12:37pm]
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