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Senior Menu

July 26, 2013

Senior Menu: July 29 to Aug. 2



Monday: Breaded fish sandwich with tartar sauce, coleslaw and butterscotch pudding.

Tuesday: Chicken Parmesan with side of pasta and sauce, peas, Italian bread and fresh fruit.

Wednesday: Barbecued pork on a bun, macaroni salad, applesauce and peanut butter cookie.

Thursday: Egg salad sandwich, pasta salad, carrot raisin salad, whole wheat bread and fruited gelatin.

Friday: Stuffed cabbage roll with sauce, pickled beets, veggie blend, oatmeal bread and ice cream.


Coventry: Windy Hill Senior Center, Coventry Town Hall, state Route 235, Tuesday and Thursday, 656-8602.

Greene: Brightman Senior Center, Birdsall Street, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 656-4789.

McDonough: Genegantslet Activity Center, Methodist Church, two Thursdays per month, 647-5666.

New Berlin: Unadilla Valley Senior Activity Center, Terrace Heights Center, Tuesday and Thursday, 847-8053.

Norwich: Westside Park Senior Center, First Baptist Church, West Park Place, weekdays, 334-2910.

Sherburne: The Welcome Center, Grace Manor Center, Knapp Street, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 674-4600.

South Otselic: Plum Valley Forever Young Center, Methodist Church, Church Hill Road, two Fridays per month, (315) 653-4411.


Call by 10 a.m. on the serving day for reservations. Hours are weekdays 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.


Monday: Home-style meatloaf, baked potato, mixed vegetable, quick fruit salad, whole wheat bread and brownie.

Tuesday: Roast pork with gravy, mashed potatoes, steamed peas, applesauce, whole wheat bread and Jell-O with topping.

Wednesday: Maple mustard chicken, oven browned potatoes, fresh squash casserole, cranberry sauce, whole wheat bread and rice pudding.

Thursday: Pepper steak, parslied new potatoes, sliced carrots, apple juice, whole wheat bread and peanut butter cookie.

Friday: Macaroni and cheese, stewed tomatoes, green sunshine salad, whole wheat bread and ice cream with peaches.


Delhi: First Presbyterian Church, 746-2250.

Grand Gorge: Civic Center, state Route 30, 588-6166 before 9:30 a.m.

Hancock: Baptist Church Messenger Hall, Wheeler Street, 637-2219.

Middletown: Margaretville Methodist Church, (845) 586-4764.

Sidney: Civic Center, 563-2212.

Walton: St. John’s R.C. Parish Hall, 865-6739.

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