Sooke’s Meal on Wheels program needs cooks and meal planners. (Pixabay)

Meals on Wheels needs volunteers

Cooks, meal planners desperately required

Are you looking for something different to do a couple of mornings a month? Sooke Meals on Wheels is looking for people who like to cook and meal plan.

The Meals On Wheels program provides meal delivery to anyone who is unable to provide meals for themselves regardless of age or income.

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The local Meals on Wheels program has served Sooke for more than 50 years, but without more volunteers could be forced to shut its doors.

Kitchen helpers work approximately 3½ hours per day, twice a month. Meals and Wheels operates Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at the Sooke Community Hall.

To volunteer or for more information, please call May at 250-642-4973.



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