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Senior Meals: Menus for May 16-20, 2022

Senior Nutrition Program offers weekday meals in Pine River

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PINE RIVER — The Senior Nutrition Program offers a nutritionally balanced meal for all people and is open again for in-person dining. Masks are no longer mandatory.

Meals are served at 11:30 a.m. Monday-Friday at the Heartland Apartments, 445 Snell Ave., in Pine River.

The suggested voluntary donation is $5 per meal for those over 60 and $8.50 for those under 60.

To make a reservation, call 218-587-2921.

Menus are subject to change. Meals are served with low-fat milk.

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May 16-20

  • Monday: Chicken fried steak with gravy, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, bread with margarine, dessert.
  • Tuesday: Baked chicken, baked potato with sour cream, Italian blend, bread with margarine, dessert.
  • Wednesday: Lasagna, California Normandy, peaches, breadstick, dessert.
  • Thursday: Chicken salad, croissant, coleslaw, tropical fruit, dessert.
  • Friday: Beef chili with beans, romaine salad with dressing, corn bread with margarine, pears, dessert.
Related Topics: PINE RIVERFOOD
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