A program to help adults 60 and older better meet their nutritional needs recently became available to Jackson County residents.
“This is for very low-income people,” Carol Gee said. “It’s for those who need the most help.”
Gee, meal site director at the Seymour senior luncheon site, was referring to Aging and Community Services of South Central Indiana’s Commodity Supplemental Food Program.
That program is administered by Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana as part of the state’s Commodity Supplemental Food and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Foods programs.
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