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Pasco senior menus/Meals on Wheels

Pasco County operates nine congregate dining sites that offer a free nutritious meal and various program activities. 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 a $5 fee per meal. For 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.

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Monday: Barbecue pork riblet, seasoned black-eyed peas, turnip greens with onions, hamburger bun with margarine, pineapple chunks, low-fat milk.

Tuesday: Shell macaroni and cheese, green peas, carrot cuts, whole wheat bread with margarine, mixed fruit, low-fat milk.

Wednesday: Salisbury steak with mushroom gravy, potatoes au gratin, green beans, whole wheat bread with margarine, graham crackers, low-fat milk.

Thursday: Smoked sausage with mustard, baked beans with tomato bits, broccoli cuts, hot dog bun, vanilla pudding, low-fat milk.

Friday: Beef barley soup, Swiss steak with country gravy, Italian flat beans, Potatoes O'Brien, whole wheat bread with margarine, chocolate chip cookie, low-fat milk.

Pasco senior menus/Meals on Wheels 01/24/09 [Last modified: Saturday, January 24, 2009 12:22pm]
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