News Room

Area Mayors Deliver Meals on Wheels

Wednesday March 19, 2008

Scarborough, Maine—Mayors and other elected officials from area cities and towns will experience first hand the rewards of delivering Meals on Wheels during national Mayors for Meals Day on Wednesday March 19, 2008.

The following officials have volunteered to participate and join mayors from across the county delivering Meals on Wheels to seniors in their communities on Wednesday March 19:

Ed Suslovic, Portland, Mayor
Tom Blake, South Portland, Councilor
Bruce Chuluda, Mayor of Westbrook
Joanne Twomey, Mayor of Biddeford
Dan Flint, Selectman, Parsonsfield
Thurman Mills, Selectman, Porter
Joe Hanslip, Sanford, Chair, Town Council
Terry Christy, Standish
Judy Churchard, Lebanon

Representatives of the media are invited to travel with a Meals on Wheels volunteer driver Monday through Friday from distribution sites covering both Cumberland and York counties.

Meals on Wheels Distribution Sites Managed by the Southern Maine Agency on Aging

BIDDEFORD
J. Ross Martin Community Center
189 Alfred St.
2,503 average meals delivered monthly

BUXTON
Groveville Fire Barn
38 Turkey Lane
792 average meals delivered monthly

KENNEBUNK
Ross Corner Woods
124 Ross Road
993 average meals delivered monthly

KEZAR FALLS
Riverside Methodist Church
5 School Street, Porter
660 average meals delivered monthly

KITTERY
Community Center
2 Cole Street
1,292 average meals delivered monthly

NAPLES
United Methodist Church
On The Village Green
Route 302
640 average meals delivered monthly

PORTLAND
Salvation Army
297 Cumberland Ave.
1,717 average meals delivered monthly

PRIDE'S CORNER
Congregational Church
235 Pride Street
Westbrook
1,446 average meals delivered monthly

SANFORD
National Guard Armory
88 William Oscar Emery Dr.
2,279 average meals delivered monthly

SOUTH PORTLAND
Peoples Methodist Church
310 Broadway
2,247 average meals delivered monthly

WINDHAM
Unity Gardens
Rt 115, 124 Tandberg Trail
661 average meals delivered monthly

YARMOUTH
Masonic Lodge
Mill Street
700 average meals delivered monthly

Media Inquiries

Kate Putnam
Director of Development
207-396-6590
1-800-427-7411, ext. 590
kputnam@smaaa.org

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