The North Volney United Methodist Church will hold a public supper on Thursday, Sept. 15, featuring scalloped potatoes and ham. The supper starts at 4:30 p.m. and take outs are available. Homemade pies are featured for dessert.
Also on hand for the evening will be personnel from Oswego Health. They will do blood pressures checks for those who would like to keep track between doctor visits. If people don’t have regular visits to a doctor, this is a good way to make sure they are doing alright with this important part of their health program.
For those interested in the Lifeline Program, there will be someone who can explain how it works and benefits those in need. For a small monthly fee, a person with Lifeline can summon help in a time of crisis.This simple thing can give peace of mind to the sick and elderly as well as their family members.
In addition, there will be someone from Seneca Manor to discuss adult daycare.
This is a program available to those in need in Oswego County and it is authorized for veterans as well. All of these folks will be on hand with information people can take with them as well as answer any questions they may have.
The church is located at the corners of country Routes 4 and 6 in the town of Volney and is handicapped accessible.