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Program makes nutrition easy
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MONROE - One phone call is all it takes to have a hot meal with friends in the Green County Nutrition Program for seniors.The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is the place to start, said David Fisher, Wellness and Prevention Coordinator at Green County Human Services.About 70 people over age 60 or with disabilities are served a hot meal daily at six different Senior Dining Centers located around the county.For those who can't get out of the house, Green County Home Delivered Meals will bring the same nutritious meal to their home. Frozen meals can also be delivered to allow seniors meals during weekends.Green County's Nutrition Program can meet the special diet needs of almost anyone. Meals are valued at $7.10 each, but with government funding and organizational contributions, the a suggested donation is brought down to $3.50.