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Heritage Senior Center Provides Free Lunch Daily

BY IRVING WEEKLY STAFF

Irving, Texas. September 4, 2017

The Heritage Senior Center prepares lunches daily for Irving residents and visitors. The meals are served from 11:30 a.m. to  noon, Monday through Friday at 200 S. Jefferson St.

The lunches are free to those 60 and older, whether living in Irving or surrounding cities. However, there is a suggested donation of $1. Those who wish to partake in the free program must complete a senior center meal application and present an official photo ID (such as a driver’s license or passport). Membership to the senior center is not required.

Lunch also is available to individuals younger than 60 for $6.25 per person.

Irving purchases the meals from the Visiting Nurse Association and is reimbursed through a grant from the Dallas County Area Agency on Aging. The program serves meals to more than 13,000 guests annually.


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