Senior center offering drive through lunch


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Eloise Garrison (driving), Mr. Hotdog and Rhonda Purdin, the Highland County Senior Citizen Center director of foods and banquets, display what it looks like to pick up lunch during one of the center’s Wednesday drive through events.


The Highland County Senior Citizens Center will be offering a drive through lunches two Wednesdays each month through December from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The dates are Oct. 4 and 11, Nov. 1 and 8, and Dec. 6 and 13.

All proceeds from the drive through events go to the operation of the senior center.

“Our first Drive-Thru events were a hit. All are welcome. Look for Mr. Hotdog and just pull in the center’s parking lot, order a yummy meal, and you never have to leave your car,” senior center executive director Mechell Frost said.

You can call ahead or order in the drive through. Participants have an opportunity to win a door prize.

The October menu includes: Footlong Meal – footlong, slaw, chips and drink with toppings including sauce, cheese, chopped onion, relish, ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise; Cheeseburger Meal – burger, slaw, chips and drink with toppings including lettuce, onion, tomatoes, pickles, mustard, ketchup.

The November menu includes: Big plate of hand-cut, homemade noodles, chicken and dumplings and drink for $6.

The December menu includes: Bowl of chili, footlong, chips and drink for $4.

Then senior center is also having a Community Night at KFC. When customers eat at the Hillsboro KFC on Thursday, Oct. 12 from 4 to 8:30 p.m. KFC will be donating 10 percent of pretax sales to the senior center.

Submitted by Mechell Frost, Highland County Senior Citizens Center.

Eloise Garrison (driving), Mr. Hotdog and Rhonda Purdin, the Highland County Senior Citizen Center director of foods and banquets, display what it looks like to pick up lunch during one of the center’s Wednesday drive through events.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/10/web1_Senior-lunchpic.jpgEloise Garrison (driving), Mr. Hotdog and Rhonda Purdin, the Highland County Senior Citizen Center director of foods and banquets, display what it looks like to pick up lunch during one of the center’s Wednesday drive through events.

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