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Posted on: January 14, 2022

Senior nutrition program closes in-person dining

Nutrition Services Update

The Johnson County Area Agency on Aging temporarily closed in-person dining at Neighborhood Centers for the nutrition program. This includes at the Spring Hill Civic Center.

This goes into effect on Tuesday, January 18. A "grab and go" lunch option is available by calling the Neighborhood Center at (913) 592-3180  by 10 am the day before to request a meal.

The Area Agency on Aging plans to resume in-person dining on Monday, February 28.

Anyone over the age of 60 and their spouse can eat. A donation of $3 is suggested, but no one will be denied a meal if they are unable to pay. 

The Area Agency on Aging also provides home-delivered meals to homebound residents over the age of 60 and their spouse. The agency requires an evaluation of need to qualify. 

To find out more about the service, call the Aging Information line at (913) 715-8861.

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