She can’t say enough about Meals on Wheels
I just can’t let another day go by without singing the praises of Meals on Wheels.
At the age of 85, not long ago I had a ruptured appendix. At my age, that’s hard for even me to acknowledge.
With limited mobility, one of the first things I did was to call Meals on Wheels. Much to my surprise and delight, I ‘ve become one of their aficionados.
The food is varied daily, delivered at least warm and ready to pop into my microwave. It comes with a drink, bread or rolls (that look homemade) and a dessert. (Today’s was red-velvet frosted cake).
Now how in the world could I shop for, bring home, store, then later prepare such a delectable feast – personally delivered – for all of $2?
All this well-balanced food is delivered by volunteers under the sponsorship of St. Joseph Community Services Inc. The program also works out of the Nashua Senior Activity Center.
Even I thought the cost would be prohibitive. I was blown away by the $2 per meal cost. Of course, “contributions” are willingly and gladly received – voluntarily, of course.
The quality and variety of this well-balanced food delivered to my home is nothing short of spectacular.
Thank you, Meals on Wheels, to every one of you who helps make this program work so well.
Betty J. Winberg