City of Lubbock Senior Meal Program Offers Curbside Pickup
During this COVID-19 pandemic, it's very good to know the City of Lubbock Senior Meal Program continues with curbside pickup from noon to 1 p.m. at five Lubbock parks, according to their website press release.
This meal program provides a hot nutritious lunch for seniors age 60 and older, with a suggested donation of just $3.
Here are the park locations and details for Senior Meal pickup from their website:
All meals will be provided in take away containers for curbside pick-up.
Lubbock Adult Activity Center – 2001 19th Street
Copper Rawlings Adult Activity Center – 213 40th Street
Mae Simmons Adult Activity Center – 2004 Oak Avenue
Maggie Trejo Supercenter – 3200 Amherst Street
Homestead Adult Program – 5401 56th Street
The Senior Meal Program is grant funded and for adults ages 60 and older with a suggested three dollar
donation. This program is designed to provide a hot nutritious lunch for seniors within the City of
Lubbock. Completion of proper paperwork is required for meal eligibility.
We're grateful that the city is able to continue this terrific program that can step in to help many seniors during this crisis. You can follow visit the City of Lubbock's website for more information.