We are so fortunate in Kimball to have such a great senior dining site. The lunch program which is geared towards seniors is much more than just a good meal.
Coordinator Roselea Hoeft does a wonderful job making sure diners receive tasty meals that are hot and on time. But there’s more to it than that. Senior Dining, located at St. Anne’s Catholic Church, is a place for seniors to congregate and spend a couple of hours a day visiting with friends and other diners. Diners are entertained with occasional games of Bingo or other activities. After lunch, one can usually find a game of “500” or Euchre being played. If cards are not your thing, there is almost always a jigsaw puzzle to complete … or at least fit a piece or two into its proper place.
If a senior is not able to attend in person, there are volunteers more than happy to personally deliver lunch to shut-ins or clients not able to attend for one reason or another.
To insure this program continues, please consider taking advantage of it. After all, where else can one get a tasty, healthy meal and enjoy such good company at such a reasonable cost? Seniors are needed to keep the program going strong. If you are a senior (over 60) who would enjoy the company of other local seniors and a great meal, come to senior dining at St. Anne’s Catholic Church. Meals are served at 11:45 a.m. The phone number to call if you wish to attend or receive a “Meals on Wheels” lunch is (320) 398-2211.
(a volunteer as well as a diner)