Mount Greylock Lunch Menu for Kids, Seniors

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School District on Thursday released its lunch menu for its "grab-and-go," service for next week.
 
Anyone in Lanesborough or Williamstown wishing to participate in the program is asked to call and leave their information at 413-458-9582, Ext. 1195, or email lunches@mgrhs.org.
 
The district asks that potential recipients respond in advance so it can plan for the proper number of meals.
 
The lunches will be available for pickup each morning at Lanesborough Elementary School and Williamstown Elementary School, and delivery is available for seniors who ask in advance; leave a call back number when you notify the district.
 
Residents who need breakfast items are asked to leave that information in their message.
 
The student lunch menu is:
 
Monday, March 23
Turkey sandwich, milk or juice, fruit cup, veggie sticks, pretzels.
 
Tuesday, March 24
Chef salad, milk or juice, dried cranberries, bread and butter.
 
Wednesday, March 25
Spaghetti with meat sauce, milk or juice, salad, bread and butter, fruit cup.
 
Thursday, March 26
Chicken with stuffing casserole, milk or juice, hot vegetable, fruit cup.
 
Friday, March 27
Tuna sandwich, tuna on a salad, milk or juice, fruit cup, veggie snacks, whole-grain Goldfish.
 
The senior lunch menu is:
 
Monday, March 23
Turkey sandwich, milk or juice, fruit cup, veggie sticks, pretzels.
 
Tuesday, March 24
Chef salad, milk or juice, dried cranberries, bread and butter.
 
Wednesday, March 25
Cheese ravioli, milk or juice, salad, bread and butter, fruit cup.
 
Thursday, March 26
Chicken and stuffing casserole, milk or juice, hot vegetable, fruit cup.
 
Friday, March 27
Tuna sandwich, tuna on a salad, milk or juice, fruit cup, veggie sticks, whole-grain Goldfish.

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