The Moore American

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February 29, 2012

Senior Menus

MOORE — Aging Services of Cleveland County Moore Senior Nutrition Site, 501 E. Main St., serves a daily meal and offers games, entertainment, helpful services and companionship.

To make a reservation for meals, call 793-9069. Donation for a meal for seniors 60 and above is $2. Required costs for a meal for guests under 60 is $4.

Dominos, card games, jigsaw puzzles, pool, quilting and volunteer work to assist shut-ins or other work is available at the site.

Moore Council on Aging Bus Service provides a local bus service for seniors. Seniors may have transportation anywhere in the city of Moore for errands or appointments, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. Call 799-3130 for arrangements.

Thursday

· 9-11 a.m. Woodcarving

· 10-11 a.m. Wii Bowling

· 1 p.m. Oil painting lessons, (small charge)

Friday

· 10 a.m. MCOA Monthly Meeting

· 10:15 a.m. Exercise

Monday

· 10:15 a.m. Exercise

Tuesday

· 10 a.m. Country Music House Singers

Wednesday

· 9-11 a.m. Woodcarving

· 10-11 a.m. Chair Yoga with Robin

· 10:15 a.m. Exercise

Menu

Thursday — Beef stew, steamed cabbage, cornbread, peach crisp

Friday — Chicken chow mien, rice/bread, pickled beets, pineapple

Monday — Chili w/ beans, potato wedges, crackers, orange

Tuesday — Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, bread, broccoli, oatmeal cookie

Wednesday — Cheeseburger, macaroni, green peas, tomatoes and okra, bread, pears

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