Heartfelt thanks to these meal- delivering volunteers Tues, Wed.Thurs. and Friday every week/2 routes. Also thankful for the Pierce County/ADRC-sponsored meals on wheels program, and the Sneakers/SV staff that prepares & packs them. What a difference you make in our community.
And don't want to forget --- thank you Diane Huebel for the hand-crafted decorative masks that several us are wearing!
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***COVID-19 UPDATES AND RESOURCES LIST***
We thank First Bank of Baldwin for their support!
*** IMPORTANT UPDATES FROM SPRING VALLEY SENIORS STAYING PUT***
Due to the coronavirus pandemic and community health concerns, Spring Valley Seniors Staying Put has suspended ALL group activities until further notice. Local transportation assistance is also suspended.
If you are homebound and need help with delivery of local groceries/supplies, Staying Put can assist. Please call: (715) 778-5800.
The Senior Dining congregate meal site @ Sneakers in Spring Valley is discontinuing the Tuesday – Friday buffet EFFECTIVE 3/17/20. In its place has been established a Grab and Go meal (for pickup) to 60+ diners. This temporary program is intended only for those who struggle to prepare their own meal. NOTE: to observe safety for all, participants of the program are asked to pick up the meal and leave.
New participants must call Sneakers to register: (715) 778-4200.
Call the Pierce County ADRC with any other questions regarding this program (715) 273-6780.
The Meals on Wheels program through the Pierce County ADRC, delivered by Staying Put volunteers, continues to operate. Call the Pierce County ADRC with questions: (715) 273-6780.
If you are in St. Croix County, please check with them on current updates: (715) 381-4360.
Feel free to call Staying Put with questions and concerns during this challenging time: (715) 778-5800.
Please watch for updates, and stay well!
“A supportive community offers
a safety net that inspires confidence”
Spring Valley Seniors Staying Put
Our organization depends solely on volunteers to take clients to their appointments, grocery shopping, providing companionship and many other daily tasks that may be too difficult for them to handle on their own.
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