WHAT: Dozens of community leaders will show their support for Meals on Wheels and Senior Outreach Services (MOWSOS) by helping deliver meals to senior clients in Contra Costa County during the national March for Meals event.
District V Supervisor, Federal Glover – March 24th, Bateman Canteen
District IV Supervisor, Karen Mitchoff – March 21st, Concord Sr. Center
Clayton Mayor, Howard Geller – March, 22nd, Concord Sr. Center
Martinez Mayor, Rob Schroder – March 23rd, Martinez Sr. Center
Pleasant Hill Mayor, Sue Noack – March 21st, Pleasant Hill Sr. Center
Oakley Mayor, Kevin Romick – March 24th, Oakley Sr. Center
Orinda Mayor, Victoria Smith – March 25th, MOWSOS Office
Walnut Creek Mayor Pro-tem, Rich Carlston – March 24th, MOWSOS Office
Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff, Lt. Paul O’Mary – March 22nd, Bateman Canteen
Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County, Executive Director, Will McGarvey – March 24th, Bateman Canteen
Bay Point Municipal Advisory Council Member, Debra Mason – March 24th, Bateman Canteen
WHY: Senior hunger is a serious issue in our community – 25,000 seniors are hungry in Contra Costa County and nearly 800 rely on our meal delivery to survive. Community leaders will join MOWSOS volunteers to deliver meals and see first-hand the impact Meals on Wheels has on individual lives.
WHEN: March 21st through March 25th, 2016 (see dates above for each community leader).
Bateman Canteen — 1409 Auto Center Drive, Antioch
Concord Senior Center — 2727 Parkside Circle, Concord
Pleasant Hill Senior Center — 233 Gregory Lane, Pleasant Hill
Oakley Senior Center — 991A Rosemary Lane, Oakley
MOWSOS— Meals on Wheels and Senior Outreach Services 1300 Civic Drive, Walnut Creek.
Meals on Wheels and Senior Outreach Services is a full-service nonprofit organization dedicated since 1968 to helping seniors live independently and with dignity. Based in Walnut Creek, the agency serves seniors all across Contra Costa County. More information can be found at www.mowsos.org.