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County Nutrition Menu – April 12-16

The Senior Nutrition Program is part of Stanly County Senior Services. Lunch is served to anyone 60 and older at 11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday.
Sites are in Albemarle (1816 E. Main St.), Locust (101 Park Dr.), Norwood (247 Turner St.), and Oakboro (626 Long St.). There is no set charge for this service. Donations are accepted. All meals must be ordered at least a day in advance.
Call Joy Richardson at 704-986-3773.
Nutrition Sites will be open to serve hot meals daily. Each participant will receive one meal daily. Frozen meal boxes are no longer available. Home Delivered Meals recipients will receive their meals again daily, delivered by volunteers.
Seniors who normally participate at the lunch sites can pick up one grab-and-go meal each day at their local site, Monday through Friday, 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Seniors will not be able to congregate at the lunch sites; lunches are for pick up only.
Monday, April 12
Sliced ham with pineapple
Sweet potatoes
Vegetable trio
Mini yeast roll
Tuesday, April 13
Bacon (3 slices)
Hash brown casserole
Pancake
Banana
Orange slices
Butter and pancake syrup
Wednesday, April 14
Sloppy joe with bun
Baked Lays
Coleslaw
Peach cobbler
Thursday, April 15
Sausages and sauerkraut
Red bliss potatoes
Steamed broccoli
Apple slices
Friday, April 16
Carved turkey breast
Scalloped potatoes
Green peas
Mini yeast roll
Strawberries

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