Gateway Community Industries is pleased to have been selected by the Ulster County Office for the Aging to prepare and deliver nutritious meals to seniors throughout Ulster County.

  • For information about our Home Delivered Meal Service, please call (845) 331-2496.
  • For information or reservations at one of our congregate meal sites, please call (845) 331-2180.

 

For more information about Ulter County's nutritional and other programs for seniors, please visit the Office for the Aging website.

LIST OF FRIENDSHIP SITES

TOWN SITE ADDRESS DAYS OF OPERATION MEALTIME
ELLENVILLE 50 CENTER STREET, ELLENVILLE, 12428                          
    M        T        W        TH        F   
11:30AM
KINGSTON ANDY MURPHY COMMUNITY CENTER BROADWAY, KINGSTON                          
    M                 W                 F   
11:30AM

TOWN OF ULSTER

RUSSELL F BROTT SENIOR CENTER 1 TOWN HALL DR, LAKE   KATRINE, 12449

1ST AND   3RD TUESDAY OF THE MONTH 12PM

NEW PALTZ

NEW PALTZ COMMUNITY CENTER

RTE 32, NEW PALTZ 12561

EVERY THURSDAY 12PM

SAUGERTIES

FRANK GRECO SENIOR CENTER 207 MARKET STREET, SAUGERTIES   12477                          
    M        T        W        TH        F   
11:30AM
SHOKAN

RESERVIOR UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

RTE 28, SHOKAN NY

2ND AND 4TH TUESDAY OF THE MONTH 12PM
ROSENDALE

ROSENDALE REC CENTER

RTE 32, ROSENDALE, NY 12572

                         
    M        T        W        TH        F   
11:30AM

Senior Nutrition Program Menu

 February 2017 Nutritinal Information

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From the desk of the Registered Dietitian:
Rachel Robinson, RD, Chief Clinical Dietitian

 

February is American Heart Health Month

The best gift anyone could give for Valentine’s Day is the gift of heart health.

 

Along with Valentine’s Day, February is also American Heart Month, a good time to commit to a healthy lifestyle and make small changes that can result in a lifetime of heart health.


A heart healthy diet and lifestyle is your best weapon in the fight against heart disease. An overall healthy dietary meal plan focuses on:

Continue reading on the Ulster County Office for the Aging web site.

 January 2017 Nutritinal Information

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From the desk of the Registered Dietitian:
Rachel Robinson, RD, Chief Clinical Dietitian

 

Keeping a Food Record

A Quick Guide to Reading the Nutrition Facts Label

sample label

1) Start with the Serving Size

Look here for both the serving size (the amount for one serving), and the number of servings in the package. Remember to compare your portion size to the serving size listed on the label. If the label serving size is one cup, and you eat two cups, you are getting twice the calories, fat and other nutrients listed on the label

Continue reading on the Ulster County Office for the Aging web site.

 

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The holiday season doesn’t have to mean throwing all your healthy habits away. Here are some tips from the USDA for ways to maintain your healthy lifestyle in the face of temptations.

Create MyPlate makeovers


Make over your favorite holiday dishes. Substitute low fat milk for whole milk or heavy cream in recipes. Swap white flour for whole wheat flour. Use herbs and spices in place of salt.

Enjoy all the food groups at your celebration


Prepare whole-grain crackers with hummus as an appetizer; add unsalted nuts or beans to a salad; include fresh fruit at the dessert table. Share healthier options during your holiday meal.

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November 2016 Nutritinal Information

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 From the desk of the Registered Dietitian:
Rachel Robinson, RD, Chief Clinical Dietitian

 


November is National Diabetes Month

Managing diabetes involves maintaining a healthy weight, making healthy food choices, being physically active, and taking medications as prescribed. The following are 4 steps to managing diabetes from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK).

Step 1: Learn about diabetes

What is Type 2 diabetes? If you have Type 2 diabetes, your body does not make or use insulin well. You may need to take pills or insulin to help control your diabetes. Type 2 is the most common type of diabetes.

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