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Meals On Wheels

Healthy Meals Delivered By Community Volunteers : Since 1970, the Meals On Wheels program
has provided nutritious meals to homebound persons in Salina. At the present time, volunteers deliver
approximately 150 hot noon meals every weekday to all Salina neighborhoods.  Volunteers also deliver hundreds
of frozen meals every month to Meals On Wheels customers for evening, weekend and holiday meals.

Who delivers the meals?
More than 200 community volunteers take turns delivering Meals On Wheels. Volunteers deliver meals 3-5 times
every 6 weeks. Volunteers spend about 45 minutes delivering meals on their scheduled days.

What is included in a typical meal?
Most meals include an entrée, two vegetable or fruit side dishes, bread, dessert, and milk.

Click here for a printable version of the July 2017 menu.

Entrée items are also listed each month in the
2nd Sixty insert in the Salina Journal (published on the last
Monday of the month).

Where are the meals prepared?
Meals On Wheels are prepared at the Salina Senior Center, 245 N. Ninth Street in Salina. Feel free to stop by
anytime to meet our kitchen staff and view our food preparation area.
245 N. Ninth Street   |   Salina, KS  67401   |   Phone 785-827-9818
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PROMOTING ACTIVE AND INDEPENDENT LIVING                                                                                              IN SALINA AND SALINE COUNTY KANSAS
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