Editor’s note: Please call ahead to the meal site to ask about any COVID-19 protocols in place.
Meals are served in the Marinette Senior Center on Ludington Street, Monday through Friday. Reservations may be made by calling 715-735-9686 the day before the meal. Beverages are served with each meal. Suggested donation is $4.50.
Meals are served at the Peshtigo Center Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Reservations may be made by calling 715-582-9920.
Meals are served at the Crivitz-Pound meal site (Crivitz Senior Center) Tuesday through Friday. Reservations may be made at 715-854-7453 or 800-990-4242.
Residents of Wausaukee can be put on a home delivery list and to be put on the list, people may call 715-854-7452. For Niagara Senior Center, meals are served Monday through Thursday. Reservations for Niagara may be made by calling 715-251-1603.
The Goodman meal site, held at Goodman Town Hall, is open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Reservations may be made at 715-336-2343.
Monday: Ground beef stroganoff and noodles, green beans and Jell-O with topping.
Tuesday: Chicken salad sandwich, chili and fruit dish with topping.
Wednesday: Roast beef with gravy, mashed potatoes, California blend, steamed veggies and pie.
Thursday: Egg bake, sausage, breakfast potatoes, fruit muffin and juice.
Friday: Lasagna, spring mix salad, breadstick, fruit and lemon bar.
Participants in the meals at the Menominee Senior Center should call in reservations the previous day to 906-863-2158. For Stephenson call 906-753-6986. All meals served with bread, margarine and milk. Suggested donation is $3. Menus subject to change without notice. Substitutions are made for diabetics.
Monday: Pasty, coleslaw and fruited yogurt.
Tuesday: Chicken drumsticks, mashed potato, Brussels sprouts and orange fluff.
Wednesday: Pork roast with gravy, mashed potato, green beans and fruit dessert. One meal per person.
Thursday: Cheese ravioli with meat sauce, green beans, Caesar salad, garlic bread and fruit.
Friday: Chicken Cobb salad, cottage cheese, peaches and cranberry muffin.