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.

MONDAY THEME DAYChicken broccoli casserole, carrots, cake, dinner roll, margarine.

TUESDAYBreaded pork chop, cheesy potatoes, peas and carrots, raisins, wheat bread, margarine.

WEDNESDAYParmesan chicken, parsley potatoes, green beans, pineapple, dinner roll, margarine.

THURSDAYChicken tetrazzini, Brussels sprouts, peaches, wheat bread, margarine.

FRIDAYChicken tortilla soup, tossed salad, mandarin oranges, saltine (1), wheat crackers (3), ranch dressing.

DIETARY TIPTake a 10-minute brisk walk every day. Climb stairs, garden, clean the house, buddy up with a friend to go to the park and walk.

EXERCISE TIPChoose fat free or low fat milk or yogurt more often than cheese. They have more potassium and less sodium than cheese and are fortified with Vitamin D.

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