The Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging offers weekday lunch meals to people age 60 and older at its senior citizen centers and with the Meals on Wheels program for homebound elderly in the Omaha area. Menus may be subject to change. Some modified meals are available with the Meals on Wheels program. For more information on ENOA senior centers, call 402-444-6513. For Meals on Wheels information, call 402444-6766.

Menus for senior citizen centers for the week of Sept. 16 (include 1% or skim milk):

Monday: Sliced roast beef and gravy, garlic Parmesan mashed potatoes, diced beets, heavy hearth roll with margarine, chocolate chip cookie or diet cookies.

Tuesday: All-beef Chicago dog — jumbo frank, sliced tomato, pickle spear, diced onion on a whole-grain hot dog bun — tater tots, strawberry applesauce.

Wednesday: Pork fritter with gravy, baked potato with sour cream, peas, whole-grain dinner roll with margarine, vanilla pudding or diet pudding.

Thursday: Cheesy broccoli chicken breast, brown rice pilaf, honey-roasted baby carrots, whole-grain dinner roll with margarine, tropical fruit mix.

Friday: Cod loin in Manhattan red sauce, garlic roasted baby red potatoes, Brussels sprouts, rye bread with margarine, frosted brownie.

Menus for Meals on Wheels for the week of Sept. 16 (include 1% milk):

Monday: Sliced roast beef and gravy, garlic Parmesan mashed potatoes, diced beets, heavy hearth roll with margarine, chocolate chip cookie.

Tuesday: All-beef jumbo frank, whole-grain hot dog bun, diced carrots, seasoned potato wedges, strawberry applesauce.

Wednesday: Pork fritter with gravy, ½ baked potato, sour cream, peas, whole-grain dinner roll with margarine, vanilla pudding.

Thursday: Cheesy broccoli chicken breast, brown rice pilaf, honey-roasted baby carrots, whole-grain dinner roll with margarine, tropical fruit mix.

Friday: Cod loin in Manhattan red sauce, garlic roasted baby red potatoes, Brussels sprouts, rye bread with margarine, frosted brownie.

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