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October 25, 2013

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SeniorCare serves this lunch menu this week to seniors 60 and older:

Friday, Oct. 25 — Oven fried chicken, whipped potato, collard greens, tapioca pudding

Monday, Oct. 28 — Chicken sausage cacciatore with pasta broccoli, fresh fruit

Tuesday, Oct. 29 — Carrot and parsnip soup, lemon thyme chicken, confetti rice, chilled fruit

Wednesday, Oct. 30 — Fish sticks with tartar sauce, roasted sweet potatoes, green beans, pudding

Thursday, Oct. 31 — Green goblin pesto stuffed shells, tomato Florentine soup, peas and corn, pumpkin spice cake

Friday, Nov. 1 — Dijon pork, scalloped potatoes, red and green cabbage, apple sauce

Skim milk and controlled-sugar dessert available. Meals are served at:

Rose Baker Senior Center: 978-281-0081

McPherson Park: 978-283-3141

Sheedy Park: 978-281-5128

Rockport High Apartments: 978-546-7061

Lunch is served Monday to Friday at 11:30 a.m. Reservations are required and a donation of $2 is requested.

For details on home-delivered meals or to volunteer, call SeniorCare’s Nutrition Program at 978-281-1750.

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