Above, a small but happy group was on hand for the senior lunch at the new Norvell Township nutrition site last week at their new location in the township’s Mill Street building. Bottom, from left: Linda Breidenbaugh, Mary Hinton, and Barbara Haag. Top, from left: Township Supervisor Bill Sutherland, Al Weesner, Larry Breidenbaugh, Harry Crass, and Nutrition Site Leader Marla Gilpin.
There is good news for Norvell Township residents 60 and over. The Jackson County Department on Aging has reopened its Norvell Township senior nutrition site – but at a new location.
Harry Crass, U.S. Navy veteran, 1962-63.
The senior nutrition program will now be taking place at the township’s Mill Street building located at 300 Mill Street. The new Norvell site opened this week and will be open every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Lunch is served at noon. There is also card playing, Bingo, and exercise opportunities available.
Judy Morrison enjoys her lunch at the Norvell Township seniors’ nutrition site.
“We are very excited to have the senior meal program return to Norvell Township,” said Township Supervisor Bill Sutherland. “It is a wonderful service for our residents and we are glad that we were able to work with the Jackson County Department on Aging to restore this vital program.”
These three Norvell Township veterans enjoyed a lunch at the Norvell nutrition site last week. From left: Al Weesner, U.S. Navy 1957-61; Harry Crass, U.S. Navy 1962-63; and Larry Breidenbaugh, U.S. Marine Corps 1965-67.
Seniors 60 and over can enjoy a hot, nutritious lunch for a suggested donation of $2.50. Those under 60 can also partake in lunch for just $3.50. Reservations are required – call 517-768-8684.
In addition, area seniors 60 and over can visit the Napoleon Township meal site at the Napoleon Township building on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the same hours.