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Meals on Wheels serving over 150 meals Thanksgiving Day

2 years, 6 months ago by Paige Traeder

Meals will be prepared by the Meals Plus for Seniors kitchen at the Quincy Senior & Family Resource Center

Over 150 meals will be prepared and delivered to homebound recipients this Thanksgiving Day.

Meals will be prepared by the Meals Plus for Seniors kitchen at the Quincy Senior & Family Resource Center.

The Noon Kiwanis Club of Quincy will deliver the meals and make a donation to the program for the continuation of Meals on Wheels. Program organizers say many recipients are alone for the holidays and look forward to a visit from the Kiwanis members.

The Meals on Wheels Program serves about 250 meals each day in the Quincy community. The meals allow recipients to remain at home, living independently. Recipients can receive up to 2/3rds of their daily nutritional requirements with both a lunch and breakfast meal, which are offered.

For more information about the program and how you can help, call 224-5031.


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