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New Kewaunee County food program for senior citizens 

The Aging & Disability Resource Center of the Lakeshore announced Monday that a new food program for senior citizens will be coming to Kewaunee County.  Starting on June 22, anyone over 60 years old can pick up bagged lunches from three different locations.  The pre-ordered lunches will be available Monday through Friday for pick up between 11 AM and noon.  Outreach Coordinator for ADRC of the Lakeshore, Olivia Delikowski, explains why the program has expanded into Kewaunee County.



Delikowski adds that the lunches will include a sandwich, fruit, chips or crackers along with a beverage.  A two-day advanced notice is needed and a $3 donation is recommended.  All Pick-ups will be alphabetized with social-distancing being followed and masked personnel bringing the bagged lunches to your vehicle.  Locations will be at parking areas at the Kewaunee Human Services Building, St. John’s Lutheran Church in Luxemburg, and the Algoma United Methodist Church.  You can find more information about the new Senior Citizen Food Program online with this story. 


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