Senior Meals

Castleton Community Center

Monday: Nov. 8: Chicken-n-biscuit, boiled potatoes, Italian green beans, Congo bar

Tuesday, Nov. 9:  Spaghetti with meat sauce, cucumber and red onion, salad and wheat bread, ambrosia

Wednesday, Nov. 10: Cream of potato and leek soup, crackers, chicken salad, lettuce and tomato, chocolate mousse

Young at Heart Senior Center

Tuesday, Nov 9: BBQ pork, oven potato wedges, green and yellow beans, cottage cheese & peaches, cookies

Wednesday, Nov 10: Savory meatloaf, mashed potato and gravy, steamed broccoli, apple crisp

Thursday, Nov 11: Ham and scalloped potatoes, carrots, pineapple up/side/down/cake

Friday, Nov 12: Chicken and biscuit, cranberry sauce, garden peas, pears

Wells Senior Meal Site

The Wells Senior Meal Site is located in the Modern Woodman Annex Building on Route 30 in Wells. Meals are served Monday, Wednesday and Friday and reservations can be made by calling either Charlotte at 325-3293 or Dot at 645-0330 one day in advance.  Suggested donation is $3.25 per senior.  These meals are open to any senior within a 15-to 20-mile area.

Monday, Nov 8:  Chicken and biscuit, boiled potatoes, Italian green beans with a Congo bar for dessert

Wednesday, Nov 10: Cream of potato and leek soup with crackers, chicken salad, lettuce and tomato with chocolate mousse for dessert.

Friday, Nov 12: Italian chicken fingers with barbecue sauce, rice pilaf, baby carrots, pumpernickel bread and Mandarin oranges with cream for dessert.

The Green Mountain Seniors will be taking a bus trip on Thursday, Nov, 11, down to Bennington.  Please sign up if you are interested in this trip at the senior rooms.

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