Jan. 17 Senior Menus

January 17, 2014 

Harrisonville

Senior Citizens Multipurpose Center

Sponsored by Cass County Council on Aging

Harrisonville Community Center

2400 Jefferson Parkway

Jan. 20-24

Congregate meals are served 11:15 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday. For reservations, call 380-8980, Ext. 240, before 9 a.m. Call anytime for future reservations.

The suggested price is $2 for seniors, age 60 and over and disabled age 18 to 59 with a written disability award. A fixed price of $3.75 is for people under age 60.

Milk, coffee or tea served with every meal.

Monday - Closed; Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday

Tuesday - Lasagna, Italian vegetables, tossed salad, garlic bread, strawberries with bananas.

Wednesday - Vegetable beef stew, coleslaw, wheat roll, mandarin oranges.

Thursday - Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts, wheat roll, apples with cinnamon sugar.

Friday - Ham, sweet potatoes, green beans, whole-grain bread, strawberries with bananas.

Belton

Senior Center

609 Minnie Ave., Belton

Jan. 20-24

Meals are served at noon Monday through Friday at the Belton Senior Center. There is a suggested contribution price of $2 for those age 60 and over and the price for ages 18 to 59 is $3.75. The center also offers cards, bingo, birthday parties, holiday parties and outings.

Reservations are required. For more information or to make a luncheon reservation, call 816-348-7410.

2% milk served with every meal.

Monday - Closed; Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday.

Tuesday - Cheeseburger, O’Brien potatoes, tomato slice, lettuce, wheat bun, mustard, ketchup, fresh orange.

Wednesday - Baked sliced ham, baked sweet potato, green beans, rye bread, tropical fruit.

Thursday - Swedish meatballs, zucchini and tomato, tossed salad, ranch dressing, wheat bread, strawberries and peaches.

Friday - Spaghetti with meat sauce, Italian mixed vegetables, tossed salad, ranch dressing, wheat roll.

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