Info On Hot Curbside Meals At Senior Centers In West Alabama

I love everything about our seniors.  I took care of my parents for eleven years, and I enjoyed every moment of the time, I was able to spend with them.  I miss them so much, as my Father passed in 2014 and my mother in 2016.  When we lived in Birmingham, they were a pretty popular couple because my Dad would go around town, letting people know he was the “95.7 JAMZ MAN.”  [Please insert much laughter].  So, I really have so many concerns about our seniors during this COVID-19 pandemic.  I was so excited to learn about the Area Agency on Aging of West Alabama and how it serves seniors in Bibb, Fayette, Greene, Hale, Lamar, Pickens, and Tuscaloosa Counties and they are located in Northport, Alabama.  Also, I learned that the Area Agency on Aging of West Alabama is a program of the West Alabama Regional Commission.  According to ABC 33 40, “The West Alabama Regional Commission is giving seniors hot curbside meals at their 22 seniors centers.  The commission made the decision after Governor Kay Ivey lifted COVID-19 restrictions in Alabama.”  This is amazing!

I know how much senior centers help the community and provide such an excellent outlet for seniors.  My mother always enjoyed her socialization with others at various centers.  She enjoyed the game activities like Bingo, bible study programs, comforting meals, and of course, her friends. My Dad, well, he was there for the meals, snacks, and the large TV.  [Insert more laughter].  Another great point, ABC 33 40, noted that “Meals are given Monday-Friday from 11 A.M. until noon. The commission plans to continue giving them out until further notice.”  If you know of a senior in West Alabama, be sure to give them this information.

(Source) For more on the West Alabama Regional Commission, click here.  Also, to find out about the Area Agency on Aging of West Alabama, click here.  For the full story from ABC 33 40, click here.

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