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Volunteer Driver Needed Tuesdays To Deliver Meals

A volunteer driver is needed on Tuesdays to help deliver meals to Meal A Day recipients.

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Meal A Day is staffed by volunteers who donate their time to prepare and deliver food to senior citizens and individuals who are unable to provide or prepare meals for themselves.

Cypress Basin Hospice has, for the past few years, been delivering meals to seniors and shut ins along the Tuesday route, but is having to give it up. The route is in-town and takes approximately 1-1 1/2 hours to deliver prepared containers of food to senior citizens in Sulphur Springs. Food an be picked up at 9:30 a.m. each Tuesday at the Senior Citizens Center. This could even be filled by a couple or pair working together to distribute to the boxed meals.

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Senior Citizens Center Program and Marketing Director Weatherman asks that anyone willing to help, even if on a temporary basis until a dedicated driver can be found, contact her at 903-885-1661, send her an email at [email protected] or comment on her post on Facebook.

A volunteer driver is needed to deliver Meal-A-Day on Mondays.

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.

Author: KSST Contributor

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