Activites Start Tuesday May 28th, 2024

May 23, 2024 – Senior Citizen activities officially start at the new Senior Citizen Activity Center on Tuesday. Volunteers are working to move the last of the supplies from the old building on MLK to the new one at 301 Oak Ave. Heavier, and more bulky items have already made the trip. The City of Sulphur Springs has been working for the last few weeks to make the short move a huge success.

Meal-A-Day will begin setting up shelving in the dry storage area of the new building on Saturday. The climate controlled pantry will be a huge improvement. Issues with food spoiling due to intense summer heat will not longer be a concern.

Director Amanda Dietlin said, “Meal-A-Day is not in any hurry to move. We have several hoops to jump through with the Texas Food Bank, and the current facilities are working well. We want to make sure all our clients get those daily meals.”

Volunteer cooks and drivers will be notified by Meal-A-Day when the new facilities are ready. If could be several weeks before that happens.

Author: KSST Webmaster

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