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New program aims to provide lunch to senior citizens in Louisville

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- There's a new service in Louisville providing lunch for senior citizens.

It's offered thanks to a government grant through Louisville's Department of Community Service.

The agency took registrations Saturday for its new Senior Nutrition Site.

It'll be called Molo Village and will be located at "St. Peter United Church of Christ" in the Russell neighborhood.

The program will offer meals at this location three days a week and also provide home deliveries.

You just have to be at least 60 years old and make a reservation.

"It's an opportunity for seniors to get out of their homes ... to be around other seniors," Senior Nutrition Program Manager Faith Aeilts said. "Because as a senior, it can be very isolating. So this is a reason to get up in the morning ... a reason to get out and be with other folks."

The program starts Monday, Nov. 2.

To reserve a spot, just call 502-744-0951 at least one business day in advance.

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