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JOHNSTOWN — Cambria County

Today: Baked Salisbury steak with gravy, baked potato, sweet corn, whole wheat bread and fruit salad.

Tuesday: Creamy chicken Alfredo with sauce, steamed broccoli, dinner roll and fruit.

Wednesday: Hamburger, macaroni salad, baked beans, roll and melon.

Thursday: Hot roast beef with gravy, whipped potatoes, green beans, wheat bread and cake.

Friday: Baked ham loaf with pineapple sauce, scalloped potatoes, sweet peas, white bread and mandarin oranges.

Somerset County

Today: Barbecued pork sandwich on bun, pickled egg and beets, tropical fruit salad, cookie and milk.

Tuesday: Spaghetti with meatballs, green beans, apple, vanilla mousse, Italian bread and milk.

Wednesday: Chicken rice soup, egg salad sandwich, mandarin oranges, pea and carrot salad, crackers and milk.

Thursday: Roast turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, broccoli, cranberry salad, tapioca pudding, rye bread and milk.

Friday: Chopped steak with gravy, parsleyed red potatoes, wax beans, fruit cocktail, wheat bread and milk.

Somerset County Meals on Wheels

Today: Dinner: Roast beef, mashed potatoes, carrots, coleslaw and dessert. Supper: Homemade soup, peanut butter sandwich, applesauce and raisins.

Tuesday: Dinner: Veal and mushrooms, buttered spaghetti, green beans, tossed salad and dessert. Supper: Homemade soup, egg salad sandwich, fruit cocktail and grapes.

Wednesday: Dinner: Pork chop, stuffing, peas, bean salad and dessert. Supper: Homemade soup, tuna salad sandwich, pineapple and melon.

Thursday: Dinner: Brunswick stew, hot fruit, homemade rolls, cucumber salad and dessert. Supper: Homemade soup, roast beef sandwich, pears and orange.

Friday: Dinner: Fish, scalloped potatoes, limas and corn, pasta salad and dessert. Supper: Juice, bread, apricots and melon.


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