Olathe Towers is the new site for Older Adult Neighborhood Centers

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Johnson County Aging and Human Services is excited to announce the opening of a new congregate dining site for older adults. Olathe Towers will host older adults Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. A hot nutritious lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. daily. Breakfast is also offered Tuesday-Thursday.

“We are thrilled to partner with Olathe Towers for this congregate site. It has been more than ten years since Olathe had a new congregate site for older adults. We are happy to be able to meet this need in the community,” Tim Wholf, Aging & Human Services Director, said.

The suggested donation is $3 per lunch or $2 per breakfast. No one age 60 or older is denied a meal if they are unable to donate. Individuals younger than age 60 are also welcomed to eat lunch but must pay the full cost of the meal. Reservations are required to receive a meal. Older adults are asked to call Olathe Towers by 10 a.m. the day before to make a reservation 913-393-3663.

About Johnson County Neighborhood Centers

The Area Agency on Aging provides nutritious meals at seven Neighborhood Centers in Johnson County. Neighborhood Centers offer a variety of services, activities, and educational programs for older adults in the community. Meals are funded in part through the Older American Act and the Kansas Department for Aging & Disability Services (KDADS).

Aging and Human Services