A lunch at The Islander. (Photo courtesy of The Islander’s Facebook page).
I mentioned in a column a few weeks ago that March is National Nutrition Month and gave some tips on how we seniors can get meals that are really beneficial for our aging selves.
Senior Center director Laurie Fanelli passed on some interesting and enlightening comments on Island places to eat during the winter months. (more…)
COURTESY PHOTO | An assortment of cheese and fruit available by special order through Marie Eiffel Market for Thanksgiving, or any celebration.
When the Island hunkers down for winter, seasonal eateries close but many cafés, restaurants and shops stay open and, along with community programs, will be serving over the long weekend.
RICHARD LOMUSCIO PHOTO | Lunchtime at the Dinner Bell
It’s the best kept secret on the Island. That’s how I felt after my first Dinner Bell luncheon at the Presbyterian Church last Friday.
The program is funded by SCOFA (Suffolk County Office for the Aging), NYSOFA (New York State Office for the Aging) and the Town of Shelter Island. It is managed by Karin Bennett, who prepares the meals with help from her staff, Diane Anderson and Angela Corbett. They are assisted by a host of volunteers. (more…)
JO ANN KIRKLAND PHOTO | Columnist Richard Lomuscio
On Monday, I had a pleasant chat with longtime Town Board member and Deputy Supervisor Chris Lewis who is the board liasion to the Senior Citizen Advisory Council. (more…)
The Dinner Bell is open Monday and Friday at 12:15 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church. For reservations call 749-0291.
Friday, September 30
Cheese quiche, carrots,
Italian green beans,
black bean & corn salad
Monday, October 3
Pork roast & gravy, mashed potatoes,