Meal A Day is in desperate need of help on Wednesdays and Thursdays, according to Karon Weatherman, who serves as program director of the Senior Citizens Center, where the Meal A Day program is headquartered.
The program needs a Wednesday driver and a couple of cooks for Wednesday and Thursday. The route is in-town and should take only about an hour, if anyone is interested in donating their time to deliver meals prepared at the Senior Citizen Center. All cooks are welcome, but the center is most in need of someone who can help serve as a head cook, according to Weatherman.
To donate time to help prepare food or drive meals to shut ins, call Karon Weatherman at 903-885-1661 or email at [email protected]
The Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center is a place where Senior Citizens age 50 and over can have a good time with old friends and make some new ones. Meal-A-Day is just one service the center provides. The coffee pot is always on and a smile is on each face. The SCC has a full library with all different kinds of reading books that can be taken, read and returned. Take as many as you like and bring some of your books in to share with others. Click here to find more information for seniors citizens.