219 West Ross Street
Palmyra, Mo 63461

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573-769-3358

Monday - Friday
8:00am - 1:00pm

 

DECEMBER 2016 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
01—DAILY DRAWING STARTS
iiiiiiiiiiiiKiwanis Meeting 11:45—1:00.
08—Kiwanis Meeting 11:45—1:00
13— Blood Pressure Screening & Presnetation on
iiiiiiiiiiiiDiabetes & Healthy Eatinng by Traci Kline and
iiiiiiiiiiiiStephanie Schaeffer from Blessing Health Care 11:00
14—ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER
15—Kiwanis Meeting 11:45—1:00
21—WINTER BEGINS
22—Kiwanis Meeting 11:45—1:00
25—CHRISTMAS DAY
26—CENTER CLOSED
29—Kiwanis Meeting 11:45—1:00
Jan 2nd, 2017—CENTER CLOSED

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Cost of Congregate Meals
For those 60 years of age or older or to handicapped adults age 18-59 we suggest a contribution of $4.00 per meal. Suggested cost for those under 60 years of age is $7.00 per meal. The suggested contribution for home delivered meals is $3.50.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!


Nutrition center people eating

How To Get Home Delivered Meal Service
To become a participant of home-delivered meals please contact the site director. A representative of the Center will visit you, explain the program and get you started.

To become a participant at the Center just visit us any day for lunch.

How Are We Funded?
The Palmyra Nutrition Center is a non-profit organization supported by meal contributions, private donations, the Northeast Area Agency on Aging, The Mark Twain Area United Way Agency, and various grants.


volunteers

What Is A Volunteer?
Volunteers are the heart of our program. They assist us with meal deliveries and food preparation.
If you are interested in joining this dedicated team, please call
573-769-3358

 
 


OUR MISSION!

To provide hot meals for the elderly age 60 and over and the handicapped residence age 18-59 in a congregate setting or by delivery to home bound residents.

WHAT IS OUR GOAL?
Our goal is to be a "home away from home" by providing food, information and referral, socialization, educational and recreational activities to the elderly and handicapped adults in Palmyra and the surrounding area. The main objective is to allow seniors and handicap adults to remain active and independent in their homes thus preventing their premature institutionalization.

 

 
How Can We Help?

Congregate Meals
Home Delivered Meals
Monthly Newsletter
Blood Pressure Screenings
Educational Programs



Entertaining Programs
Socialization
Air Conditioners & Fans
Referrals