Masks and groceries delivered as a bonus

 

April 30, 2020

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, most week days, Keith McKweon, Superior, attended congregate meals at the Vestey Center prepared by the Midlands Area on Aging staff. Now the meals are delivered to patrons homes. To receive a meal one must sign up ahead of time. Last Wednesday, the meal delivery included a bag of groceries which includes fresh fruits and vegetables and a loaf of bread.

COVID-19 seems to have affected everything. For several weeks now, older citizens have been encouraged to stay home. Perhaps more than ever, having a home delivered meal is important, even if social contact is limited.

The Superior Senior Center kitchen housed at the Vestey Center and associated with Midland Area on Aging, continues to cook and deliver hot nutritionally balanced noon meals five day each week.

Each day, small aluminum trays are filled with the day's menu, covered and delivered using a specially designed heat chest, constructed to fit the trays. The chest plugs into a veh...



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