The holidays are fast approaching, and the Wayne County Department of Aging and Youth is extending an invitation to community seniors for Thanksgiving dinner.
To be eligible for a meal at the suggested $3, diners must be 60 years of age or older, or their spouse and attending the meal with them; an adult disabled child living with a parent meeting the age requirement and attending the meal with them; or the caretaker/aide for a person ages 60 or older who needs their assistance to eat the meal.
Anyone younger than 60 who does not meet the stated eligibility guidelines must pay full-cost for the meal, which is $4.26. No eligible senior will be denied a meal based on inability or unwillingness to contribute.
Reservations are required by noon on Nov. 8. Dinner will be served at the Lunch Club 60 centers on Nov. 21. The menu consists of turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, winter squash, cranberry sauce, rolls, pie and 1% milk.
Thanksgiving dinner will be served at the following Lunch Club 60 centers, and are listed by location, contact person and phone number.
Clyde Center: United Methodist Church, 84 Sodus St.; Brenda; (315) 359-3119.
Newark Center: Emmanuel Methodist Church, 301 E. Miller St.; Nancy; (315) 331-8755.
Ontario Center: Brown Square Village Apartments, 2100 Brown Square; Vivian; (315) 524-3034.
Palmyra Center: Village Park and Club Rooms, 149 E. Main St.; Sharon; (315) 597-4015.
Sodus Center: 47 Maple St., Suite 200; Melissa; (315) 729-1490.