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    A change is coming for about 2,500 elderly people who rely on home delivery of hot meals. The meals not only provide nutrition but are a way to make certain seniors avoid isolation.

A change is coming for about 2,500 elderly people who rely on home delivery of hot meals. The meals not only provide nutrition but are a way to make certain seniors avoid isolation. Jill Toyoshiba, Shelly Yang, and Mara’ Williams The Kansas City Star
A change is coming for about 2,500 elderly people who rely on home delivery of hot meals. The meals not only provide nutrition but are a way to make certain seniors avoid isolation. Jill Toyoshiba, Shelly Yang, and Mara’ Williams The Kansas City Star

Hot meals for shut-ins and the daily contact that comes with them being replaced

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