For seniors who are able and have transportation, a lunchtime meal can be picked up at their local senior center Monday through Friday.

Home delivery is available for those who are unable to pick up their meal.

There is no charge for the meal, but donations are accepted, and the suggested donation per meal is $1.50.

Whole wheat products should be two slices or 2 oz. unless otherwise noted. A 1% milk should be served at each meal.

MONDAYPolish sausage, black eyed peas, cabbage, pineapple, hot dog bun, mustard.

TUESDAYBreaded chicken, hominy, Italian blend vegetables, tropical fruit, hamburger bun, mayo

WEDNESDAYMeatloaf with ketchup, mashed potatoes, green peas, dinner roll, peaches, margarine.

THURSDAYBean soup, coleslaw, diced pears, cornbread, margarine.

FRIDAYPot roast, stewed tomatoes, carrots, fresh orange, wheat bread, margarine.

DIETARY TIPOne of the easiest ways to maintain a healthy weight is eating low fat or nonfat foods.

EXERCISE TIPFor some easy ways to get more active try these: take a walk or swim, take the stairs, not the elevator.

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