LaMoure County Senior Centers

Congregate Meals are hot meals which assure a minimum of one-third of the Required Daily Allowance (RDA) are served to groups of older persons at senior centers throughout the County. Meals are served on the listed days at the listed times, with the exception of legal holidays. The suggested donation for meals is $3.00 for people over 60.  Persons under the age of 60 must pay the full cost of the meal – $9.00.  Following is a schedule of meal sites, locations and serving days:

LaMoure Senior Center
115 1st St SE

883-5088

Tuesday through Friday – Noon

Edgeley Senior Center
604 Main St

493-2569

Tuesday through Friday – Noon

Kulm Senior Center
3 1st Ave SW

647-2258

Monday through Thursday – Noon

Dickey Community Hall (meals only)
304 Main St

883-5088 (LaMoure Center)

Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays – 11:30 am

Marion Community Hall (meals only)
303 Main Ave

883-5088 (LaMoure Center)

Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays – 11:30 am

Jud Fire Hall (meals only)
510 Randy St

647-2258 (Kulm Center)

Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays – Noon

People are asked to call and reserve meals at least one day in advance if possible. There is no set fee charged for the meals. The suggested contribution is posted at each meal site. Food Stamps are an accepted method of contribution for congregate meals.

Menus can be found in the Newsletter section of this website.

The Home Delivered Meals program, frequently called “Meals on Wheels,” provides a hot meal to seniors who are unable to shop and prepare food on their own. Home delivered meals may be received for an extended period of time, or on a temporary basis due to illness, or following release from the hospital. Meals are generally delivered by volunteers.

Home delivered meals are available at all of the county’s meal sites on the scheduled meal days listed above.

There is no set fee for home delivered meals. Participants are informed of the suggested contribution prior to receiving meals. Food Stamps are an acceptable method of contributing for meals.

Frozen Meals are available to elderly people who are unable to shop and prepare meals, and where hot home delivered meals are not available. Frozen meals also provide a minimum of one-third Recommended Daily Allowance.

The meals are labeled with instructions for cooking. A serving of bread, butter, milk, and dessert is included for each meal. These meals work well in the rural area and for people who receive only one hot delivered meal each day.

Contact the Outreach Worker or your Senior Center for more information.