Senior menu for the week of Nov. 6, 2011

Monday, Nov. 7

Swedish meat balls and gravy

Pasta

Broccoli

Tossed salad

 

Tuesday, Nov. 8

Chicken California

Steamed rice

Peas

Texas cole slaw

 

Wednesday, Nov. 9

Sliced ham

Sweet potatoes

Dinner roll

Sukiyaki salad

 

Thursday, Nov. 10

Baked halibut

Rice pilaf

Mixed vegetables

Honey orange salad

 

Friday, Nov. 11

Chicken a la king

Steamed rice

Brussels sprouts

Apple salad

 

• These lunches are available at noon for anyone age 60 and older at the Juneau Senior Center Monday through Friday and at the Douglas Senior Center Tuesdays and Thursdays. Beverages, including milk, water, coffee and tea, are offered each day as well as occasional desserts.

Call 463-6175 to reserve a meal and for further information. Free-will donations to help pay for the cost of the meals are much appreciated. A portion of the meal cost is paid by a grant from the Alaska Division of Senior and Disabilities Services.

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